Students at graduation







Headed for a four-year college?  Through MTC’s Associate in Arts/Associate in Science program, students can complete the equivalent of the first two years of a four-year college degree at a fraction of the cost. These degree programs are especially designed for students who are planning to transfer to a four-year college or university. For more information, visit the S.C. Transfer and Articulation Center.

Headed for the workforce?   With 65% of tomorrow's careers requiring education past high school but less than a four-year degree, MTC is the place to build a bright future. Today's employers are looking for a new kind of employee -- one who is technologically savvy, and can think critically and evolve with a growing business. Because faculty work directly with industry representatives, our students are ensured of getting the specific, hands-on skills that lead to rewarding jobs.  MTC offers degrees, certificates and diplomas in more than 120 programs of study to students wanting to enter the job market or enhance career skills.

Student opportunities.   Call Me MISTER is a project seeking to recruit, train and assist in the certification of black males who are interested in becoming elementary school teachers in South Carolina's public schools.  SCAMP is a program that focuses on increasing the number of underrepresented minority students who go on to pursue college and graduate degrees in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.  Financial assistance is available to participants.  Contact Rick Bailey in the Mathematics Department.  The Teacher Quality PATHWAYS Project is for students planning a teaching career who begin their degree at Midlands Technical College and intend to finish at USC.  The Title III Grant program addresses the needs of Developmental Studies students through individualized tutoring, counseling and advising, career development, and supplemental instruction.