Programs & Services
Inclusion & Diversity Council
Through strategic planning and programmatic development, the Inclusion & Diversity Council strives to transform our academic community to provide diversity and inclusion for students, faculty and staff. Through student engagement/community initiatives, we aim to develop a substantially more inclusive and culturally diverse environment.
Our doors are always open. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please connect with us.
Accessibility and Disability Services
The Office for Accessibility and Disabilities provides students with disabilities an equal opportunity to participate in and benefit from programs and services offered at HGTC.
All Gender Restrooms
Bldg. 200 Industrial Wing, beside Room 228, 1 Restroom
Bldg. 500 Cosmetology Lobby, 1 Restroom
Bldg. 900 Second Floor, 2 Restrooms
Bldg. 1100 2nd Floor in Library, near the Employee Offices, 2 Restrooms
Grand Strand Campus
Bldg. 200 Back hallway near Room 159, 1 Restroom
Bldg. 200 Massage Therapy Classrooms 181/186, 1 Restroom
Bldg. 1000 First Floor, near Room 1141, 2 Restrooms
Bldg. 1000 Second Floor, near Faculty Offices in Dental Wing, 2 Restrooms
Bldg. 100 Near Testing Center, 1 Restroom
Personal & Career Counseling
HGTC Counseling Services strives to optimize student success through managing personal and academic concerns that may interfere with achieving educational goals. Staff are available to every student for assistance and guidance on career exploration, personal matters, academic concerns and other areas of concern.
Veterans Resource Center
The Veterans Resource Center provides a meeting place for the HGTC Student Veterans Organization, as well as a comfortable atmosphere where veterans or active military members can study, use computers, access veteran resources, and visit with other veterans.
Location: Conway Campus
Building 1100, Room 223
Call Me MISTER
The Call Me MISTER (Mentors Instructing Students Toward Effective Role Models) program is a statewide and national initiative. The mission of the program is to increase the pool of available teachers from a broader more diverse background particularly among the State’s lowest performing elementary schools.
TRIO programs are designed to help low-income and first-generation American students enter college, graduate, and move to participate more fully in America's economic and social life.