Mission, Vision, & Values

Mission
Tri-County Technical College, a public community college, focuses on teaching, learning, and helping students reach their goals. The College supports economic development for Anderson, Oconee, and Pickens counties in South Carolina by preparing a highly-skilled workforce.

Vision
Passionate people transforming lives and building strong communities one student at a time.

Role and Scope
--  An open-door institution of higher education, the College offers affordable, accessible, collaborative, and learner-centered instruction. Offerings include university transfer associate degree programs and applied technical associate degrees, diplomas, and certificates in more than 70 majors associated with business, health, public service, and industrial and engineering technologies. The College also offers developmental courses for students who need to improve their basic academic skills.
-- The College promotes economic development in the region through customized education and training for local businesses and industries through credit and continuing education offerings and a variety of workforce training programs.
--  The College has campuses located in Pendleton, Anderson, Easley, and Seneca, as well as learning centers in Honea Path and Sandy Springs. The College also offers online classes and a variety of academic and support services.

Values
At Tri-County Technical College, we value

INTEGRITY-respect for the dignity, equality, and potential of self and others in personal and professional interactions.

RESPONSIBILITY-accountability in personal, professional, community, and fiscal affairs.

ACCESSIBILITY-equal opportunity to advance professionally and personally in a clean, safe, stimulating, and aesthetically pleasing environment.

COLLABORATION-partnerships among students, faculty, staff, and community to promote open and effective communication, decision-making, and implementation of ideas and processes.

LEARNING-facilitation of intellectual and technical growth through commitment to continuous improvement and innovation.

Tri-County’s Annual 5K Run Salutes Veterans

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Oncology Nurse Says Tri-County Classes Prepared Him for Second Bachelor’s Degree

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Tri-County Technical College Commission Elects Officers

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Alcohol and Other Drug Awareness "SAFE, Not Sorry" Summer Party (4/24/2014)

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Connect to College Overview Sessions (4/24/2014)

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Last day of class (Session A) (4/25/2014)

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Last day of class (Session C) (4/25/2014)

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Easley Campus Spring Fling (4/25/2014)

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