Denmark Technical College is a two-year college in Denmark, South Carolina. The college primarily serves Bamberg, Barnwell and Allendale counties in South Carolina. It was founded in 1947 & is a member of National Junior College Athletic Association. Their motto is A New Beginning.
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1126 Solomon Blatt Blvd, Denmark, South Carolina 29042
Phone: (803) 793-5100
Type: 2-year, Public
Less than one year certificate
One but less than two years certificate
Campus housing: Yes
Student population: 1,033 (all undergraduate)
Student-to-faculty ratio: 21 to 1
- The General Assembly of the State of South Carolina authorized the establishment of Denmark Technical College in 1947 and the College began operation on March 1, 1948, as the Denmark Branch of the South Carolina Trade School System.
- In 1979, the institution was accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and assumed its present designation as Denmark Technical College.
The College is located in Denmark, South Carolina, a small city of approximately 5,000 citizens. The campus stands on 53 beautifully landscaped acres of land conveniently located about 50 miles south of Columbia, 85 miles northeast of Charleston, and 50 miles east of Augusta, Georgia.
- Total Students 1,571
- Full-time Students 936
- Part-time Students 635
- In-State Tuition $2,288.00
- Out-of-State Tuition $4,376.00
- Student-to-faculty ratio: 21 to 1
- Full Time Faculty 144
- Instruction, Research, Public Service FTE Staff 44
- Individuals who seek to pursue a career at the technical or para-professional level may enroll in a two-year college credit program leading to an Associate Degree.
- One-year College Credit Diplomas and Technical Certificates are offered for those persons desiring to spend fewer than two years in preparation.
- Technical certificate programs of various lengths can be chosen by individuals which, depending upon the preparation needed by the individual, allow the student to graduate in one year or less.
- All occupational programs are designed to prepare students for immediate employment after graduation.
- Students may be placed in transitional courses as needed to help prepare them for successful completion of the Associate Degree, Diploma, or Certificate, based on test results obtained by COMPASS scores.
- Work experience options for student program majors are also available via Cooperative Education opportunities.
- Students can gain valuable job experience in their major or area of study through this structured learning experience.
- Students have the opportunity to engage in activities that will enhance their social and academic endeavors.
Source: Denmark Technical College