The Easley Campus of Tri-County Technical College exists to provide higher education programs and services to the residents of Pickens County and surrounding areas. The Easley campus is YOUR community college campus and we seek to be an innovative and collaborative community partner in lifelong learning and economic development.
Open since 2011, the campus provides over 42,000 square feet of classrooms, labs, learning commons and collaboration space to provide a wide variety of academic programs and student support services – all in a convenient location with plenty of accessible parking.
The Easley Campus is also home to the Pickens County QuickJobs Center, a partnership between Pickens County, the South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce (SC DEW) and the College's Corporate and Community Education Division (CCE). The Center provides short-term training in employee/workforce development and essential job skills, plus many opportunities for connecting employers with potential employees.
For more information about College programs, visit www.tctc.edu/programs.
For more information on SC DEW, please visit www.dew.sc.gov.
Click here for more information on the College’s Corporate and Community Education opportunities.
Student Support Services
The campus offers all of the necessary services to get you started on your college journey, including admissions, career exploration, placement testing, advising, registration, etc. We also provide the support you may need along the way – counseling, accessibility resources, student development activities, career guidance and the like.
Please contact us for more information:
Testing services are offered on Tuesdays starting at 1:30 pm. Students should arrive no later than 3:30 pm to allow ample time to complete the assessment.
Academic Support Services
Our Learning Commons provides many resources to help you become a more effective learner, including traditional library services, access to numerous online databases, tutoring, supplemental instruction, writing assistance and the like.
Academic Degree Programs
Dual Enrollment (for current high school students)
Getting Started (Prospective Student Information)
Calendars and Schedules