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Free Application Day

Saturday, July 20
10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Thornley Campus (formerly Main Campus) and Palmer, Berkeley and Mount Pleasant campuses

Thornley Campus 
(formerly Main Campus)
Palmer Campus Berkeley Campus Mount Pleasant Campus
7000 Rivers Ave., 
North Charleston, 
The Hub, Bldg. 500
66 Columbus St., 
Downtown Charleston
1001 S. Live Oak Dr. 
(Hwy. 17-A),
Moncks Corner
1125 John Dilligard Lane,
Mount Pleasant

Get ready to attend college now.

Free application assistance:

Receive a waiver of the $30 fee if you complete the application at the event and then leave with details of what to do next to be a TTC student.

Bring the following materials for application completion:

  • Proof of high school graduation or completion of GED

  • Provide a final, official S.C. high school transcript with a weighted GPA of 3.0 or higher from the last five years; or qualifying SAT or ACT scores – SAT (Critical Reading 480/Revised SAT Evidence-Based Reading and Writing 530 and SAT Math 580/Revised SAT Math 600) or ACT (English 19 and ACT Math 22). If you don’t have an eligible transcript or scores, you can schedule an appointment to take the TTC placement test.

  • Proof of United States citizenship (valid driver’s license or state-issued ID) or legal immigration status (visa or state-issued ID).

  • Social Security number

Returning Students

If you are returning to TTC, staff will be available to assist you with re-enrolling. Bring your driver's license or other government-issued identification** and unofficial transcripts from previous institutions attended, if applicable. For Thornley Campus, bring this information to the Registrar's office.

**Not required for readmission 

Free Application Day

For more information, call 843.574.6111.

  • Action Period for Fall: now-Aug. 12
  • Fall classes start Aug. 26
  • Completing your share of admission, financial aid, and disability accommodation request processes during the Action Period gives you the greatest opportunity to have all processes completed before classes begin.