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Foundation

Tri-County Technical College Foundation is forever grateful to donors who support the special projects and needs of our students each year. Your gift is critical in helping students overcome financial obstacles, enable staff to excel professionally and ensures ever current instructional programming. Forming in 1982, the Foundation is a 501C3 which supports all essentials of the College and our students.

Rachel

Rachel

Rachel, a rising senior at Pendleton High School, started taking dual-credit courses at Tri-County during her junior year. "It was a great opportunity to meet my high-school requirements and earn college credit at the same time. I enjoyed coming to a college campus for classes and have been able to apply my college skills to my high school classes," said Rachel, who experienced a significant GPA increase after taking dual-enrollment classes. Rachel was recently named Anderson County's Distinguished Young Woman, and finished as second runner up to South Carolina's Distinguished Young Woman. She attributes her success,especially her preliminary scholastic award, to her dual-enrollment involvement. "Tri-County has definitely been a great experience for me."

 

ENROLLMENT DEADLINES

CAMPUS VIDEO TOUR

Veterans Can Connect to Resources at Tri-County’s Hearts for Heroes Event

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Linda Jameison Named Tri-County’s Assistant Vice President for Student Support and Engagement

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Job Fair and Training Expo Set for January 9 Will Connect Participants with Potential Employers

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Get Connected-Anderson Campus (1/28/2015)

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Clemson University Advisors on Campus (1/28/2015)

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FAFSA Fridays (1/30/2015)

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Have a Heart Food Drive Begins (2/2/2015 - 2/14/2015)

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Clemson University Advisors on Campus (2/2/2015)

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Contact Us Foundation (864) 646-1348 or (866) 269-5677 (toll free within 864 area code) Fax: (864) 646-1895

Our office is located on the second floor of the Ruby S. Hicks Library/Administration Building, suite 200.