As we welcome students back to campus today, we continue to lift up those whose families and homes were affected by the weekend’s storm. We also would like to sincerely thank those who have helped – and who are still helping – in the recovery. MTC currently has several faculty and staff assisting in the clean-up process here in South Carolina and in our neighboring states. Additionally, our MTC Alumni Association worked this weekend to assemble nearly 3,000 food packs for those taking shelter in the Midlands. It has been truly inspiring to see the support and resilience of our community.Give to MTC
Real Impact: MTC emergency assistance helps students complete their goals
Unexpected situations and financial hardships can make it difficult for students to balance the cost of college. When MTC student and single mother Rochelle Goodwin experienced a financial emergency, the MTC Foundation’s Emergency Grant Fund got her back on track.Read how you can help future students in need.
Real Achievement: MTC Industrial Technologies Instructor Named Top Technical College Faculty Member in the Stat
Midlands Technical College second-year dental hygiene students and faculty recently volunteered their services to hundreds of Midlands residents in need of free dental care.Read how more than 800 patients received an estimated $600,000 in free dental care.
Real Direction: Student has a defined career path thanks to MTC
Sarah Donnelley, Associate in AOT, Class of 2017
At MTC, I found it really easy to get involved in campus life.Read Sarah's Story
MTC Commission Spotlight
George (Garry) P. Powers, MTC Commission Chair
MTC's greatest impact is in transforming lives.Read more.
Sparks Fly when Businesses Collaborate with MTC
Ben Abernathy, EM&C Towers
Not only are they training welding candidates, they are training great employees.Watch the video
Jake Tyler, MTC Graduate and U.S. Army Sergeant
I got to serve my country, and I got to be a really good student.Read his story.
Emma Anderson, Retired Master Sergeant
If you’re a student who achieves better in small environments, go to MTC."Read Emma's story.
Bob Adams, Assistant Vice President of TCube Solutions
“If you have a training need, go talk to your business partner at MTC.”Watch his story.
On the Road with Myles
Myles was a hit at the Lexington County Back to School BashSee it in action.