Starting college can be an exciting time full of transitions and changes. Getting to know the campus and exploring all of your opportunities will help you to be successful. In college, learning takes place in and out of the classroom, so get connected to campus resources and get involved in campus life. There is a lot happening at Greenville Technical College!
How well do you manage your money? Do you have questions about paying for college? Do you know how to budget? Do you understand how your credit will impact all areas of your life? All of these questions are important to college and life success.
Money Management Information
At Greenville Technical College, students are expected to use technology both in and outside the classroom. Do you know how to use BlackBoard? Are you familiar with GTC4me? Do you know how to create documents, develop spreadsheets, and design PowerPoint presentations? Do you need technical assistance?
It is important to not only get involved in campus life, but also your community. Some academic majors require students to complete Service Learning projects. Community service is a great way to network with community members, build skills for your resume, and help others.
Peer Leaders are current Greenville Technical College students who serve as role models and leaders in the College Skills and Freshman Seminar classes. Peer Leaders assist first year students with the transitions into college life by connecting students to the college community.
Meet our current Peer Leaders