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TCL summer semester registration continues, offers options for high school students

May 03, 2011

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It’s not too late to apply and register for summer 2011 classes at the Technical College of the Lowcountry. Summer registration ends May 12.


The summer 10-week term runs May 23 through August 5. In addition, TCL also offers a 7-week term that runs June 13 through August 5.


This 7-week option is particularly convenient for those high school students looking to enroll at TCL once the school year ends. Qualified high school students in Beaufort, Colleton, Hampton, and Jasper counties may begin as early as their junior year to receive college credit for high school classes through participation in TCL’s Early College Credit Opportunities (ECCO) program. This program provides classes to high school students in the four counties served by TCL whether attending a public, private, or home education school. The 7-week terms also offers new high school graduates a convenient opportunity to get a jump-start on their college career.


TCL offers degree, diploma and certificate programs in industrial technologies, business technologies, arts and sciences, and health sciences. Specific programs include computer technology, civil engineering, administrative office technology, paralegal studies, criminal justice, building construction, hospitality management, culinary arts, computer aided design (CAD), transfer programs and more.


Most South Carolina residents qualify for S.C. Lottery Tuition Assistance, which may pay more than half of TCL tuition.


Interested students may apply and register online anytime at


Visit the TCL web site or call 843.525.8211 for more information.



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