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Military Programs and Services

Trident Technical College is honored to provide a quality education to active duty personnel, veterans and their spouses and children. TTC has earned the 2024-25 Military Friendly School and 2024-25 Military Spouse Friendly School designations.

Trident Technical College is also recognized as a 2023 Best for Vets College by the Military Times

Steps for Enrollment

  • Active duty members must receive approval from an Educational Services Officer (ESO) or counselor within the Military Service prior to enrolling.
  • Learn more about Trident Technical College in the Enrollment Guide, a handy reference that includes a college calendar and general information about admission, registration and financial aid.
  • Spouse MYCAA Flyer

Request Military Transcripts

GI Bill® Benefits

In-State Residency for Covered Veterans and Dependents

A covered veteran or military dependent must produce a copy of their COE (Certificate of Eligibility) to the Veterans Assistance office. The Veterans Assistance office will communicate to the Admissions office verifying your eligibility for in-state tuition.

Tuition Assistance

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Trident Technical College Resources


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.

AFCEA Educational Fund
Air Force Association
American Veterans Scholarships
Army Aviation Association of America
Army Nurse Corps Foundation
Army Scholarship Foundation
Army Women’s Foundation
Benjamin A. Gilman-McCain International Scholarship
Chief Petty Officer Scholarship Fund
Coast Guard Exchange (CGX) Scholarship Program
Coast Guard-Supplemental Education Grants
Dolphin Scholarship Foundation
FINRA Foundation Military Spouse Fellowship
Fisher House Foundation
Google SVA Scholarship
Homefront America
Imagine America Foundation
Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation Scholarship Search Department of Veterans
Military Order of The Purple Heart Scholarship Program
NAVPA Scholarship
Navy League of The United States Scholarships
National Military Family Association
Nursing Scholarships for Veterans
Patriot Legacy Fund
Project Working Moms
Scholarships For Military Children
South Carolina State Office of Veterans Affairs CLEP Scholarship for Military Members Scholarship for Military Spouses
The American Legion Scholarships
The Folded Flag Foundation
Tillman Military Scholars
US Department of Education (ED) Grants
VFW Auxiliary
Wings Over America
Women’s Army Corps Veterans’ Association

Local Resources

Helpful Links


GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government Web site at

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.

Email veteransassistance
 for help.

8 a.m.-5 p.m.
8 a.m.-noon
Bldg. 410/Rm. 102

Students: Click here to upload documents for Veterans Assistance.



Student Activity Periods

Active duty and veterans are invited to use the VETS Center for student activity meetings (Bldg. 700/Rm. 201). Call 843-574-6882 or 843-574-6105 to reserve.

Workforce Training Programs

Please note: Workforce Training Programs (noncredit courses) are not eligible for VA benefits.

Impacted Chapter 33 Beneficiaries Must Review and Change Payment Information

If you have a US mobile phone number on file with the Department of Veterans (VA), and you’re actively enrolled at an IHL, you should receive a text after Dec. 17 inviting you to opt-in to text verification. This is the simplest and most efficient way to verify monthly enrollment. To learn more, visit the monthly enrollment verification webpage.

No later than April 20, 2024, GI Bill® beneficiaries who receive another VA benefit and currently have two separate payment accounts will need to consolidate their benefits payments into a single banking account. For example, if a Veteran receives GI Bill payments to one of their bank accounts and disability compensation payments to another, they will need to select one account for all payments by April 20.

GI Bill beneficiaries can receive step-by-step instructions on how to update deposit information online at