Greenville Technical College

http://www.gvltec.edu
620 S Pleasantburg Dr.
Greenville, SC 29607-2418
(800) 922-1183
Accrediting Agency:
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges

Greenville Technical College is a two-year public institution located in northwestern South Carolina. This career-training school was established in 1960 and now has six locations in Greenville County. The school’s main campus serves more than 14,000 students. A number of career-focused programs are available at the certificate and associate degree level. Online learning opportunities are also available for students looking for more flexibility in their educational experience.

Programs Offered

With more than 130 programs to choose from, students interested in directly entering the workforce or those hoping to transfer to a four-year institution are likely to find an area of study that suits their goals. Majors offered at Greenville Technical College include accounting, management, criminal justice, early care and education, paralegal studies, emergency medical technology, medical laboratory sciences, nursing, radiological technology, and engineering technology. Working adults and other prospective students trying to find a more flexible option for pursuing higher education may be interested in the college’s online programs. Available areas of study include computer technology, management, marketing, arts, science, health information management, and medical imaging. Individual online courses are available as well.

Accreditation

Greenville Technical College has been accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools since 1968. The school’s dental assisting, dental hygiene, occupational therapy assisting, physical therapy assisting, radiological technology, and nursing programs also hold specialized accreditation.

Admissions

Students interested in attending Greenville Technical College should submit an admissions application online or by standard mail. Students also need to send in their official high school transcripts. The school has an open admissions policy but some programs may have their own admissions requirements. For more information, visit the school’s website or contact an advisor directly.

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