The WAVE: Now available!
The TCL Newsletter is now online.
From dream to reality: a house to call home
TCL graduate’s hard work, education lead to professional, personal success
On Thursday, June 24, Technical College of the Lowcountry graduate Nancy Brink cut a large red ribbon to the house that her family can now call home. With about 30 family members, friends and community officials present, Brink shared her story of hard work that led to personal success… Continue reading here.
TCL honors 37 health sciences students at its July pinning ceremony
On Thursday, July 24, hundreds of proud friends and family members packed the MacLean Hall Auditorium to recognize 37 graduates of the Massage Therapy, Surgical Technology, Practical Nursing and Radiologic Technology programs.
The pinning and award ceremony allows the students an opportunity to receive the respective pins for their profession while being recognized by faculty, staff, friends, and family… Continue Reading here.
TCL offering three new high-tech industrial programs
The Technical College of the Lowcountry will now offer programs in solar photovoltaic technology, solar thermal technology and avionics to prepare students for high-tech careers that are in demand now and in the future.
“Because these programs focus on current and emerging technologies, graduates will gain the skills and training they need to be competitive in the job market of today and tomorrow,” said Dr. Ken Flick, Dean of Industrial and Business Technologies… Continue reading here.
IMPORTANT TCL DATES/EVENTS:
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pinning ceremony thursday
TCL will host its Health Sciences Pinning & Recognition Ceremony at 1 p.m., Thursday, July 24 in the Beaufort Campus Auditorium. Graduates of the practical nursing, massage therapy, radiologic technology, and surgical technology programs will be recognized.
“Swinging with the Superintendent” Golf event a success in Beaufort COUNTY
Nearly 150 golfers dodged some early morning rain drops at the Callawassie Island club to take part in the “Swinging with the Superintendent” golf tournament. It’s the brain child of Beaufort County schools superintendent Jeff Moss.
The purpose is to raise more than $100,000 towards its building a better Beaufort scholarship fund, to the Technical College of the Lowcountry. Continue reading here.
SACSCOC reaffirms TCL accreditation
The Board of Trustees of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges voted June 19 to reaffirm Technical College of the Lowcountry’s accreditation to award associate degrees, diplomas and certificates. Read more here.
July Blood Drives
Click here for a list of dates and locations where you can donate blood for the month of July.
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