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Make progress toward your future without taking a gap year. Stay local with many options including online programs.

Trident Technical College welcomes visiting students from other colleges who wish to continue their studies. Take courses at Trident Tech to transfer back to your home institution and save money. Our costs are often 50% less than that of four-year institutions. Click here to see our low tuition and fees.

Trident Tech offers programs in many areas of interest including:

Business Culinary and Hospitality
Education Engineering and Manufacturing
Health, Human and Personal Services Information Technology
Law and Criminal Justice Maintenance and Technical Trades
Media and Visual Arts University Transfer

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If you are attending Trident Tech to transfer credit back to your home institution:

  1. Complete the admission application online and meet the admission requirements for Nondegree Students if this is your first time taking classes to transfer back to your home school. If you have taken courses at TTC previously and are coming back, complete the Admission Update form.
  2. Provide course registration approval forms from your home institution to the Trident Technical College Admissions office if you are a new student.

Learn more, including detailed steps to register for visiting students and FAQs.

Important Fall Semester 2020 Information

Registration for Fall Semester is open. Trident Technical College will only offer classes with skills-based, hands-on requirements on our campuses this fall. The majority of classes will be held online. Please check the fall course offerings on the course search page. New students must complete the admissions process before registering for classes. The first step is to submit an admission application.

All TTC campuses are open and the college is using DHEC, CDC and OSHA guidance for social distancing, proper hygiene and use of PPE to ensure students and employees are kept as safe as possible. These measures include the mandatory use of masks, reconfiguration of work spaces in offices and labs where needed, installation of barriers where appropriate, and the closure of common areas. Additional safety efforts include making hand sanitizer widely available, marking spacing for queues and posting signage explaining safety protocols and expectations for behavior while on campus.