Saturday, Feb. 13, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Trident Technical College Main Campus (Bldg. 410)
Receive a waiver of the $30 fee when completing the application at the event and leave with details of what to do next to become a student at TTC. For more information, call 843.574.6111 or visit www.tridenttech.edu.
• Confirm graduation details with the Registrar’s office staff
• Order cap/gown, invitations and graduation memorabilia
• Receive graduation ceremony information
• Participate in loan exit counseling with Financial Aid staff
• Obtain resume and career advice from Student Employment
• Have a graduation portrait taken (Main Campus only)
Graduation Fairs will be held:
Feb. 11, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., Mount Pleasant Campus
Feb. 15, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., Palmer Campus
Feb. 24, Noon-5 p.m., Main Campus,
Bldg. 410, Rms. 212-214
Wednesday, Feb. 3, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Bldg. 410, Rms. 212-216
Alphonso Brown, owner and operator of Charleston's Gullah Tours, is the guest speaker. Don't miss his presentation, which is animated, funny and loaded with interesting historical tidbits. TTC students Monai Mitchell and Christopher Johnson and the TTC Gospel Choir will also perform at the opening celebration.
The concert, sponsored by Student Activities and the Division of Humanities and Social Sciences, is open to the public. Light refreshments will be served. A limited number of free tickets are available at the Student Activities office in Bldg. 410, Rm. 130.
Vendors Day Feb. 10, 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Main Campus, Bldg. 410
"The Gullah Story of Hallowed Grounds: Sites of African American Memories"
Presenter: Alphonso Brown
Mount Pleasant Campus, 1-2 p.m.
Feb. 4, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Main Campus, Bldg. 410, Rms. 212-214
Lowcountry AIDS Services provides free and confidential testing. Get educated about HIV and AIDS; get involved in community prevention efforts; get tested to know your status; and get treated to receive the continuum of care needed to live with HIV/AIDS.
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.