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Military Programs and Services

Welcome! This page is Trident Technical College’s military portal, where you can easily find programs and services available to veterans and active-duty members of the military.

Trident Technical College is honored to provide a quality education to active duty personnel, veterans and their spouses and children. TTC has been named Military Friendly and Best for Vets.

Military Enrollment Specialist

TTC's Military Enrollment Specialist helps military, veterans and military spouses with the application process, financial aid, one-on-one advising and registration process.

David Spell
The Hub (Bldg. 500)
843.574.6380
Email

Enrollment Checklist

Veterans Upward Bound

Veterans Upward bound is a free, pre-college program that helps eligible U.S. military veterans brush up on their academic skills so they can enter the college of their choice. Click here for more information.

Scholarships

TTC provides these sites for informational purposes only. Application requirements and time lines for application vary, so we encourage you to check them out thoroughly.

Thanks USA
Scholarships For Military Children
Homefront America
Military Spouse Resources
Project Working Moms
Tillman Military Scholars
South Carolina State Office of Veterans Affairs
Military.com Scholarship Search Department of Veterans

The 2019 scholarship application is open for the Southeastern Council on Military Education (SECOME). Click here for more information.

Helpful Tips

Post 9/11 Students: Are you aware that some courses have a digital book fee? Be aware that VA will not cover the cost for this book fee because you will receive a book stipend from the VA for this credit course. Please read information about the book program and decide if it works best for you. Know your options now to prevent unexpected costs at the end of the semester. Click here for more information.

What's Your GI Bill Story?

Seventy-five years ago, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the GI Bill into law, changing the lives of generations of American Veterans and their families. Since 1944, an estimated 25 million American veterans have used the GI Bill to pay for education, buy a home, and pursue vocational training. Create and share a personal video of how the GI Bill impacted your life. Videos will be posted daily to VA’s 75th Anniversary webpage.

It’s easy to provide a video. Just visit https://fs9.formsite.com/gibill75th/fizrlbbyvo/index.html and follow the simple instructions. Stories will be featured through June 22, 2019 as the VA celebrates this important milestone.

Financial Aid/Veterans Assistance office
TTC’s Veterans Assistance office helps veterans and their dependents with educational benefits forms, tuition assistance, transcripts, standards of academic progress and related information. Click here for more information on financial aid for veterans.

Main Campus
Bldg. 410/Rm. 102
Hours
Monday-Thursday,
8 a.m.-6 p.m.
Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
843.574.6105
Fax: 843.574.6661

VA Orientations, 11:30 a.m. in Bldg. 700/Rm. 201

March 20 April 10
April 24 May 8
May 22 June 5
June 19 July 10
July 24

The VETS Center
The VETS Center on Main Campus is a veterans-only place to study and relax. The benefits counselor is available to help you identify the best benefits for your educational needs.

Main Campus
Bldg. 700/Rm. 201
Spring 2019 hours:
8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Thursday
843.574.6882

Continuing Education Funding Opportunities for Veterans

Veterans may receive funding for a variety of career training programs in the Division of Continuing Education and Economic Development. Click here for more information.

Online Resources for Veterans

Video Files

Veterans Readjustment: Problems and Resources
Facilitating Effective Transitions – Pt. I
Facilitating Effective Transitions – Pt. II

PDF Files
Facilitating Effective Transitions – Pt. I.
Accommodating Traumatic Brain Injury and PTSD
Promising Practices in Veterans' Education

Military Transcript Requests
Direct link to request military transcripts
Army
Navy
Air Force
Marines
Coast Guard

Local Resources
Carolina Homeless Veterans
Charleston Vet Center
Crisis Ministries
Goose Creek Primary Clinic
Tri-County Veteran Support Network

Vet Villas (No website)
(843) 452-9258

Web Links
Military Friendly Schools
National Resource Directory
South Carolina State Office of Veterans’ Affairs
All the Benefits for Service
US Department of Veterans Affairs
Benefits Application
Military.Com Scholarship Search Department of Veterans Affairs
Online DD-214 Request Form
Military Connection
National Resource Directory 
National Resources for Veterans
Military Pathways - Mental Health Screening
Vocational Rehabilitation
Military benefit handbooks
National Coalition for Homeless Veterans
Disabled American Veterans
American Legion
Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America
Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW)
Vietnam Veterans of America
Veterans of the Vietnam War, Inc.
Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall Page
National Center for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center
PTSD combat blog
E-Benefits
Real Warriors
Veterans Crisis Line
Returning Service Members (OEF/OIF)
Alcoholism in Veterans
Women Veterans
Assisted Living Benefits for Veterans
NRD Website
Addiction Counselor