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How much can you accomplish?

See for yourself. Choose from more than 50 programs of study at Central Carolina Technical College, a public, two-year South Carolina institution dedicated to fostering a positive teaching and learning environment for students in Clarendon, Kershaw, Lee and Sumter counties. CCTC offers associate degrees, diplomas and certificates, utilizes both traditional and online courses, and has cooperative agreements with other four-year colleges and universities for a smooth transfer if that’s your goal. We invite you to explore our website to learn more!

55+ Programs of Study to Choose From
$30K Average Savings of CCTC Students
16:1 Student to Faculty Ratio

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Success Stories

Tonyea Daley

Engineering Design Technology Instructor

“I chose CCTC because of convenience and affordability and I specifically chose Engineering Design because I wanted to develop and innovate new things. CCTC has impacted my life by providing opportunities and teaching me the importance of education and networking.”

Aaron Watson

Computer Technology

“The college provides a very affordable learning experience, which has been a huge help to me personally, If I could share any piece of advice with a future student, it would be to never lose your faith, always give your best in all the work that you do and always keep your eyes open. You never know what door will open next and what amazing opportunity might be waiting for you on the other side.”

Stephanie Caro

CCTC Alumna

Central Carolina gave Stephanie Caro a head start on her bachelor’s degree without acquiring an overwhelming amount of debt.

Rodney Conyers

CCTC Alumnus

“CCTC is the starting point of your race in life, your race in academics and your race in a successful career,” Conyers said. “You determine where the finish line will be.”

Angela Ramsey

CCTC Alumna

“I am a firm believer that education can open doors of opportunity” Ramsey said. “My parents often talked a lot about the importance of education and instilled it in my siblings and I.”

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