Take control of your academic eligibility for financial aid with new online tool!
Your academic success and progress have a big impact on your eligibility for financial aid. To receive certain forms of financial aid, including loans and Pell Grants, you must meet federal requirements for satisfactory academic progress (SAP). A new online tool is now available to help you determine the steps you must take to remain eligible for aid.
Go to the My SAP Manager page on the my.tridenttech.edu portal to see your current SAP status, and use the online tool to find out how the number of hours you take and the grades you make in future semesters will affect your status. Visit http://bit.ly/291IvuU to check it out.
Take control – know your status and plan for success. For more information about standards of academic progress, see http://bit.ly/291ugV9.
New classes/formats this fall include:
• Full semester day sections: MAT 112, 140 and MAT 242
• Full semester night sections: MAT 110, MAT 111, MAT 140, MAT 141 and MAT 240
• Mixed mode sections of MAT 120 in Fall 1 and Fall 2
• ISP section of MAT 109 in Fall 2
MAT 101 and 102 will continue to be offered in lecture and individualized study plan formats. Also, two new online sections of MAT 101 have been added to Fall Semester.
The TTC/PTK Grocery Vault is located in Bldg. 100/Rm. 140 on Main Campus. Summer hours (until Aug. 19) are 10 a.m.-noon on Fridays. The Grocery Vault is intended to provide food for those in our college community in need, including students, faculty and staff. Non-perishable food items and plastic bags will be accepted in donation boxes placed across the campus.
Weighing Your Options (Withdrawing)
July 18, 1 p.m.
Main Campus, Bldg. 410/Rm. 216
Test Taking Strategies
July 20, 10 a.m. and 5:15 p.m.
Palmer Campus, Rm. 226
Mount Pleasant Campus (10 a.m. only) - ask for location at reception desk.
For those who are taking classes, have a blockbuster term!
Trident Technical College is a public, two-year, multi-campus community college that provides quality education and promotes economic development in Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester counties.
An open-door institution of higher education, the college serves approximately 15,000 traditional and nontraditional curriculum students who have a wide variety of educational goals, from personal enrichment to career development to university transfer. To help students meet their goals, TTC offers university transfer associate degrees and applied technical associate degrees, diplomas and certificates. The curriculum includes programs in arts and sciences, agriculture, business, computer technology, engineering technology, health sciences, industrial technology, and public service. TTC students draw on knowledge from a broad range of disciplines to develop the communication and critical thinking skills that are fundamental to lifelong learning.
TTC further promotes economic development through continuing education courses; customized education and training for business, industry and government; and a variety of employment training programs.
TTC is committed to being accessible and responsive to community needs. To foster student success, TTC provides developmental education and comprehensive student services. In addition to traditional instruction, TTC’s flexible course offerings and alternative delivery methods, including online instruction, enable more members of the community to pursue higher education.