Side by side, we’re here for you from day one to graduation.

TCL offers the hands-on skills and high-tech training that employers need, which helps you get the job you want. Even better, our programs are highly flexible and can be completed on your timeline. With TCL’s certificate, diploma and associate degree programs, you can go from graduation day to payday in just a year or two. And don’t forget, our affordable tuition can help make debt-free college a reality.

With the TCL community supporting you, there’s nothing you can’t do.

We can help! Contact us at admissions@tcl.edu or call at 843-525-8207.


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  • Careers That Pay

    You deserve a job that makes you happy and pays the bills. Check out our more than 60 degree, diploma and certificate programs that lead to great professions that pay. In fact, average salaries for these in-demand careers in South Carolina range from around $40,000 to more than $100,000! Talk about a great return on investment.

    *South Carolina annual mean wages, according to May 2023 reports from U.S. Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics.

    Why TCL?

    It takes a college

    Student success is why we do what we do. One-on-one admissions assistance, dedicated faculty and a variety of student support services help ensure every student gets personal attention.

    Tuition You Can Afford

    At $214 per credit hour, TCL is one-third to one-half the cost of other S.C. universities, which can help you save tens of thousands of dollars. Financial aid and scholarships make it more affordable (or even free).

    Convenient & Flexible

    Your busy life demands college that meets you where you are. Get the flexibility you need with evening and online classes and four campus locations. We also offer hybrid classes where you can choose how to attend!


    Student View

    “I love TCL’s flexibility and support structure.
    The staff and faculty do their best
    to make sure you can reach your next goal.

    I am so close to a better future for me and my family. Plus, I’ll have a career that I’m passionate about.”

    Shirley Torres,
    Computer Technology Student
    & Future Video Game Programmer