The Student Resource Center assists with:
If you are having problems figuring out your D2L, let us know. We can look up your classes in D2L and help you find assignments, grades, messages, etc. Please keep in mind that a brand new student does not have access to D2L until a week before your first class begins.
The Employment Center assists students and alumni with resume writing, interviewing, effective job search, and workplace skills through individual appointments and workshops. We have multiple computer stations, a wide collection of self-help guides, and many brochures and publications to help you navigate your job search.
Students and alumni may also search for jobs using our online job board, Career Connection. These opportunities are posted by employers in the tricounty area and beyond. By creating a profile, you will also be notified of any on-campus recruiting events from big and small companies as well as any career fairs, both virtual and in-person.
Microsoft Office 365 Access – FREE!
Office 365 Education for Students (including Word, PowerPoint, Excel and other programs) is available free to students who are enrolled at TTC. You can go to www.office.com/student and use your TTC e-mail address to access the registration.
MyITLab – Registration and Training
MyITLab enables students to be trained and assessed in introductory computer concepts and software performance skills. This session demonstrates how this online Microsoft Office program is used as an online assessment and training tool.
Preparing for Online Learning
Taking your first online classes can seem a bit intimidating. Let us show you tips and strategies for making sure you are successful in your online learning.
South Carolina LIFE Scholarship Assistance
If you are eligible to receive the SC LIFE Scholarship and have questions about the number of credit hours to take, how your SC LIFE GPA can be different from your TTC GPA, how to make sure you can renew the scholarship for your second year, etc., we can help explain all of that to you.
Being able to access and navigate TTC’s online tools is essential to students’ academic success. This session reviews how to access the my.tridenttech.edu single sign-on student portal, and provide the basics for navigating TTC Express, Desire 2 Learn (D2L) and student email accounts.
TTC’s transfer program is designed to help students make a seamless transition from one college to another. Knowing the transfer process steps is essential in successfully meeting your transfer goals. We can review the steps of the transfer process, offering instructions in using SC TRAC and university transfer guides.
Student Resource Center
Bldg. 500, Rm. 130
Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
Friday, 8 a.m.-noon