Gift a Difference - Your Gift, Your Will. There are many options for giving.

Endowment Possibilities

Donors may establish named endowments to offer living tributes and lasting memorials to family and friends. This creates a fund that will benefit current and future students, as well as College programs. The principal in the fund is never extended. Only the interest is used to make awards year after year. The endowment may be funded over a period of years to reach the desired balance. In addition, subsequent contributions can be made at any time to increase the endowment, which will result in larger annual awards.

Leave a Legacy

It's no secret that the programs of the Tri-County Technical College Foundation depend on your goodwill. We've created this easy-to-understand website to help you plan, for your future and ours. There are many easy giving options from which you can choose-strategies that enhance your personal well being, as well as the Tri-County Technical College Foundation.

Naming Opportunities

If you wish, your pledged gift can be paid over a period of years. An appropriate marker bearing your name will be installed in the building to commemorate your gift. More information can be found here.

Scholarships

Donors interested in the scholarship program at Tri-County Technical College may contribute.

Tri-County’s Foundation Board Welcomes Two New Members

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Tri-County’s Licensed Practical Nursing Program Receives Continued Eight-Year Accreditation

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The Grainger Foundation Supports Tri-County Technical College, Welding Department

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Labor Day (College Closed) (9/1/2014)

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Lunch-N-Learn Workshop on Time Management (9/2/2014)

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Get Connected-Anderson Campus (9/3/2014)

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Clemson University Advisors on Campus (9/3/2014)

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Prevention of Sexual Assault Workshop (9/3/2014)

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Our office is located on the second floor of the Ruby S. Hicks Library/Administration Building, suite 200.