Midlands Technical College students are the greatest gift to the Midlands. Ninety percent of our graduates live, work, and play in Fairfield, Lexington, and Richland Counties. Because they graduate with lower college-related debt, they can start their lives sooner, start their families sooner, and become contributing members of society sooner. Equally as important, our graduates can get a job sooner because of the many career options we offer. At MTC, we take pride in playing a major role in helping strengthen our economies and our communities, and we are thankful for our students whose success makes this all possible.Give to MTC
Real Convenience – Students Rave about MTC’s New, Ultra-Modern, High-Tech Building
When Midlands Technical College (MTC) officially opened its 43,000-square-foot Learning Resource Center (LRC) on the college’s Beltline Campus, more than 100 community stakeholders joined college faculty and staff and students to celebrate. Hear what the college’s most important stakeholders – the students – are saying about their new ultra-modern place to learn, collaborate, and succeed.Click to read full story
Real Commitment: MTC Looks to Strengthen Bond with Midlands K-12 Community
Midlands Technical College has always believed in the value of strengthening partnerships between the college and K-12 schools and leaders. Read how MTC hosted the third annual K-12 Summit with representatives from across the region to discuss making MTC more accessible to today’s youth.Click to read full story
Less than a month after receiving my MTC certification, I was offered an office administrative position.Read Kadejah's Story
Real Success: Turning adversity into inspiration at MTC
April Lewis, Associate in Human Services, Class of 2009
Every MTC student has a story, and mine shows that you truly can get anywhere from hereRead April's Story
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 Jake's story.
On the Road with Myles
Dress as a super hero! Join Myles and Midlands Technical College students, faculty and staff in downtown Columbia for the City of Columbia’s annual Carolina Carillon December 2.Learn more about walking in the parade.