College Profile

Greenville Technical College

Greenville, South Carolina
  • Public
    2 year
  • 14K
    Full + Part time Students
  • 1:18
    Faculty to Student Ratio
  • 14%
    Transfer Student Ratio
  • $11.9K
    Avg. Financial Aid
Greenville Tech is college that works for people who want to gain job skills in two years or less and those who plan to transfer to earn a bachelor’s degree. Over 160 programs in arts and sciences, business and public service, health and nursing, and technologies provide a strong foundation for employment or further study. With four convenient campuses plus classes offered days, evenings, weekends, online and on TV, it’s a college that works with your schedule, too. No matter how busy your life is, you can find the time to get the education you need with a wide range of convenient choices.
Over 66,000 courses transfer into Greenville Technical College
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Overview

Full-Time Undergraduate 5,923
Part-Time Undergraduate 8,042
Transfer Students 851
Programs 126 Programs
Courses 971 Courses
Transfer Agreements 3 incoming Transfer Agreements
9 outgoing Transfer Agreements
Equivalencies 66,118 incoming Equivalencies
18,788 outgoing Equivalencies

Financial Information

In-State Tuition $4,190
Out-of-State Tuition $7,910
Books and Supplies $1,075
Federal Loans: Undergrads receiving aid 73%
Federal Loans: Average amount received $4,432
Scholarships & Grants: Undergrads receiving aid 78%
Scholarships & Grants: Average amount received $7,437
  • Scholarships and Financial Aid:
    Transfer students may apply for scholarships. For financial aid, complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA ) and submit it via the web at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Contact the Financial Aid Office at (864) 250-8128.

Information for Transfer In Students

  • Accepts Transfers:
    Yes. Submit official college transcripts to Admissions. Twelve university transfer credits from a regionally accredited postsecondary institution (grade of “C” or higher) will waive proof of high school/GED completion and the reading placement test.
  • Transfer Agreements:
    Greenville Technical College has transfer and Articulation Agreements with many four year colleges and universities. Contact the Planning and Transfer Headquarters (PATH) at PATH@my.gvltec.edu for more information.
  • Degree Completion Programs:
  • Technical/Vocation Credit Accepted:
  • Credit For Life Experience:

Application Deadlines for Transfer

Spring 2012 December 15, 2011
Summer 2012 None

Transfer Application Requirements

  • Minimum GPA:
    While the College has an open admissions policy, individual programs may have specific entry requirements and placement testing may be required.
  • Official Transcripts:
    Official college transcripts must be submitted to the Admissions Office. A student copy (unofficial personal copy) may be used for admission/advising for one semester only. Health Sciences/Nursing programs require official high school transcript.
  • SAT Scores:
    SAT/ACT scores are not required but those scores will be reviewed for placement purposes as appropriate. Test scores must be taken within the last 5 years.
  • Letters of Recommendation:
    Not required.
  • Essay:
    Not required.
  • Application Fee:
    Not required.
  • Interview:
    Not required.
  • Other Requirements:
    Students transferring to Greenville Technical College must attend a Planning and Advisement for Student Success (PASS) Session. Prior to applying to a Health Sciences/Nursing program students are required to attend a Career Talk session.
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Transfer Credit Policy

  • Minimum Grade:
    College credit with a grade of “C” or better from regionally accredited postsecondary institutions will possibly qualify for transfer credit. Credit will be awarded by the Transcript Evaluation Office upon receipt/evaluation of official transcripts.
  • Credits (Min/Max):
    To earn an award, all program course requirements in the applicable catalog must be completed and a minimum of 25 percent of the total hours required in the program must be completed through instruction at Greenville Technical College.
  • Transfer Policy Document:

Information for Transfer Out Students

  • Number of Transferring:
    Approximately 1,500 students transfer to four year colleges and universities per academic year.
  • Transfer Agreements:
    Local colleges and universities have identified and agreed upon courses that will transfer to 4-year institutions. Transfer agreements have been established with a number of colleges and universities.
  • Special Programs:
    Students may visit PATH for Transfer Tuesday and Thursday to meet with four year college and university representatives. http://www.gvltec.edu/transfer/

Greenville Technical College

Address:
P.O. Box 5616
Greenville, South Carolina 29606-5616
United States
Main Phone:
(864) 250-8000

Contacts

Transfer Services Contact:
Chris Satterfield
PATH Coordinator, PATH
864-250-8393
Chris.Satterfield@gvltec.edu
International Admissions Contact:
Gretchen Fruechtenicht
Admissions Officer, Admissions and Registration Center
(864) 250-8153
gretchen.fruechtenicht@gvltec.edu

Branch Campuses/Additional Locations

Brashier Campus
1830 West Georgia Road
Simpsonville, South Carolina 29680
(864) 250-7950
Greenville
www.gvltec.edu/brashier
Benson Campus
2522 Locust Hill Road
Taylors, South Carolina 29687
(864) 250-3001
Greenville
http://www.gvltec.edu/greer
Northwest Campus
8109 White Horse Road
Greenville, South Carolina 29617
(864) 250-3600
Greenville
www.gvltec.edu/northwest
Last updated on 5/23/2022 by AcademyOne.