CCTC adapts to changes brought on by COVID-19

Central Carolina Technical College adapts to changes brought on by COVID-19

SUMTER, SC — Central Carolina Technical College is adjusting to changes in operation brought on by the coronavirus pandemic. Current CCTC students are finishing their Spring semester in an online format. The college is currently offering a broad range of online courses for the summer term which includes approximately 120 general education, business and computer technology courses that are scheduled to begin in one of three different summer terms. Summer semester’s five-week term starts May 18, 10-week term starts May 26 and eight-week term starts June 1. The 10-week and eight-week terms include all of the college’s various program courses in addition to other general education courses offered face-to-face at one of the college’s campuses. If these terms are impacted by COVID-19, these courses will begin in an online format and then transition to face-to-face when allowable. CCTC is preparing to provide this flexibility so students have the potential to have the class delivery method they prefer.

All of the college’s normal services will continue to be offered online, including tutoring, testing and counseling. This also includes financial aid and registration assistance. We are here to help our students continue their education through this difficult time.

“Our primary goal at Central Carolina is to improve lives through excellence in teaching and learning, and at the heart of this endeavor is the college’s commitment to students and their success. I am very proud that we have operationalized our expertise, our technology, and other resources this semester to continue the delivery of high-quality educational experiences, and all of our faculty and staff are working diligently to keep you on track towards completion. I appreciate the hard work and flexibility from our entire college community, especially our dedicated students,” says CCTC President Dr. Michael Mikota.