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Tri-County Technical College

The Easley Campus of Tri-County Technical College exists to provide higher education programs and services to the residents of Pickens County and surrounding areas. The Easley campus is YOUR community college campus, and we seek to be an innovative and collaborative community partner in lifelong learning and economic development for the Pickens County area.

The Easley Campus officially opened for credit programs in January 2011. The campus provides over 42,000 square feet of classrooms, science labs, conference rooms, computer labs, industrial labs, a student lounge, library and a wide variety of student and academic services - all in a convenient location.

The Easley Campus site is also home to Pickens County's Quickjobs Development Center. The QuickJobs Development Center is a partnership with the County of Pickens and is designed to provide short-term training through the College's Corporate and Community Education (non-credit) division. The QuickJobs Center also provides training in employee development and basic job skills.

Directions to the Easley Campus

Map to the Easley Campus

TO EASLEY CAMPUS:
1774 Powdersville Road, Easley, SC 29642
From Anderson: From I-85, head toward Greenville. Take Exit 40 for SC Highway 153 toward Easley. Turn left onto SC Highway 153. Go approximately four miles and turn left at Old Easley Bridge Road. Old Easley Bridge Road becomes Powdersville Road. The Easley Campus will be on the left.
From Greenville:
Take I-85 South toward Atlanta. Take Exit 40 to SC Highway 153 N toward Easley. Turn right onto SC Highway 153. Go approximately four miles and turn left at Old Easley Bridge Road. Old Easley Bridge Road becomes Powdersville Road. The Easley Campus will be on the left.
From Seneca: Follow US Highway 123 in Seneca through Clemson and on to Easley. Turn right onto Powdersville Road. The Easley Campus will be on the right (approximately 3 miles).
From Columbia: Take I-26 West toward Spartanburg, then the 385 connector. Once in Greenville, take I-85 South toward Atlanta and follow directions from Greenville listed above.
From Charleston: Take I-26 toward Columbia.
From Savannah/Hilton Head: Take I-95 to I-26, then I-26 to Columbia.