Williamsburg Technical College, or WTC, is a part of South Carolina's Technical College System. Established in 1969 as the Williamsburg Regional Manpower Training Center, it officially was named the Williamsburg Technical College in February, 1979. The campus occupies 41 acres in Kingstree, South Carolina.
Williamsburg Technical College grants associate's degrees in arts, general business, occupational technology, science, public service, and office systems technology. A number of diplomas, and certificate programs are also available in science, and technology.
Students of Williamsburg Technical College are provided financial assistance to help complete their education. In addition to Federal grants, work-study programs, and Education Lottery Tuition Assistance, eligible candidates are awarded the Dayco Scholarship, the J.P. Askins Jr. Memorial Scholarship, the Exchange Bank of South Carolina Scholarship, the Progress Energy Scholarship, the Will Northington Meriwether Scholarship, and the LIFE Scholarship.
Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/
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