Become a part of the sea of change in the way Americans cook, eat, view, source, and
use food. Explore diversified cuisines, cultures, and businesses in the multifaceted
culinary and hospitality fields.
Whether you want to focus on the fundamental concepts and principles associated with
law enforcement, the courts, corrections, juvenile justice, or crime scene investigation,
get started in the Criminal Justice field today!
If you're interested in a career in this fast-growing industry, you should check out
HGTC's Golf and Sports Turf Management associate degree program, the only associate
degree program of its kind in South Carolina.
Early Care and Education professionals work in partnership with families to create
a nurturing environment that is respectful of culture and rich in experiences to promote
the optimal growth and development of each child.
Last year, HGTC opened the doors of its Center for Advanced Manufacturing on its Georgetown
Campus. Now we are inviting the entire community to an Open House on Wednesday, September
2 at 6 p.m. at GCAM.
HGTC and Lander University have formed a partnership to enhance the transfer of students
from HGTC to Lander. Articulation agreements will allow HGTC students to easily transfer
their credits to Lander, entering as juniors.
HGTC recently modernized its datacenter with the implementation of Nutanix and Lenovo
– a hyperconverged solution for increased application performance and the deployment
of a new management system previously unavailable for the College.
HGTC is proud to announce that HGTC President, Dr. Marilyn Murphy Fore, has been recognized
as the 2020 Chief Executive Officer of the Year by the South Carolina Association
of Technical College Commissioners (SCATCC).
HGTC announced today that the College will be able to offer multiple delivery modes
of instruction for students this fall. Courses will be taught in-person, hybrid, and
online next semester to accommodate students.
HGTC recently received additional funding from Duke Energy for the Lineworker Program.
The grant, awarded in the amount of $124,225.77, will be used to purchase new equipment
and safety gear for the program.