Williamsburg Technical College often provides academic courses that count as both high school and college credit. Some of these courses are offered on-site at high schools or on the WTC campus for selected juniors and seniors approved by their high school principal to take college courses.
The dual enrollment program has been developed to provide students the opportunity to begin their college education while still in high school. The student may be eligible to receive both college and high school credit for each course satisfactorily completed. Each 3-credit-hour course must be taught for a total of 45 instructional hours plus an exam.
Students have the same privileges as any regular student on our campus. Each student will complete an application for admission to Williamsburg Technical College and be accepted as a General College Studies major. All high school students are required to pay tuition and fees. Any student under the age of 18 is required to have his high school principal's approval and parental consent before enrolling in the College.
Disclaimer: Williamsburg Technical College does not guarantee the transfer of courses to any other school, college or university, except where articulation agreements have been developed. Furman University will not accept college courses taught on a high school campus. If a student is planning to attend a public or private college in South Carolina or a college outside of South Carolina, please contact that institution regarding transfer courses. It is the policy of the State Board for Technical and Comprehensive Education that the State Student Code and Grievance Procedure shall govern conduct and guarantee due process for students at the technical colleges.