About the College

Greenville Technical College is Growing Greenville

Greenville Technical College (GTC) provides high-quality learning opportunities at a cost people can afford from locations they can reach. Since its beginning in 1962, the college has worked with employers to deliver relevant skills, giving students what they need to qualify for good jobs and succeed in their careers.

Driving Personal and Economic Growth in Greenville CountyExecutive Summary

Greenville Technical College is charged with driving personal and economic growth through learning. A recent third party evaluation concluded that each dollar spent supporting the college gained nearly $12 in added taxes and public sector savings. And in one fiscal year, GTC contributed more than $400 million into the Greenville economy. 

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Return on InvestmentThe ROI of a Greenville Technical College Education

What is the value of a Greenville Technical College education? A recent third party evaluation concluded that GTC graduates earn more than 40% higher annual incomes than those with just high school diplomas. Over a working lifetime, this means about $540,000 in more personal income. And higher earnings lead to increases in the tax base. In one fiscal year, this led to more than $200 million in added tax revenue. 

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More about Greenville Technical College

  • You’ll find a good value that fits your goals
    A GTC education can take you anywhere, and the reasonable cost means you won’t have debt that follows you forever. 
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  • Accreditation means your credits move with you
    GTC is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges just as Clemson and USC are, so you receive a quality education, and if you transfer, your credits move with you.

  • Small classes mean more attention
    Instructors are available to you in class and after, so that you can get answers to your questions.

  • Gain a strong foundation that helps you move forward
    Master the material in small classes taught by caring instructors.