Financial assistance can makeyour college career possible!The costs of postsecondary education can be a significant burden to a family’sbudget. The goal of the Financial Aid Office is to assist students in meeting theireducational costs by providing streamlined access for students choosing a courseof study at WTC. This goal is met by providing the following services: 1. Providing financial program information to prospective students and their families. 2. Assisting students and their families with financial aid application and process. 3. Analyzing eligibility for aid and making financial aid awards. 4. Making every effort to deliver financial aid in a timely manner. Eligibility to Apply for Financial Aid How to Apply for Financial Aid Title IV Financial Aid Tuition and Fees Tuition for Senior Citizens Deferred Tuition Payment Plan Terms and Conditions Late Registration Fees Returned Check Fee Federal Grants Federal Work-Study South Carolina Need-Based Grants Program South Carolina Education Lottery Tuition Assistance Community Programs for Financial Assistance Net Price Calculator To help ease the financial burden for South Carolina college students and their families, the South Carolina General Assembly has created an income tax credit for tuition paid to South Carolina colleges and universities. To claim the credit, a Form SC 1040 must be filed. When preparing the South Carolina income tax return, Form I-319 Tuition Tax Credit must be completed. This form is included with all state individual income tax booklets. For more information about the tax credit, please visit the South Carolina Tuition Tax Credit website.
Be sure your proper information is on file in the Office of Student Affairs. If your mailing address or phone numbers are incorrect, you could miss important messages, mailing and even checks! Check your WebAdvisor account to see what information is online and notify the Office of Student Affairs with ANY changes.
Every semester students need to meet with their advisors to ensure that they are on track in their programs of study. Early registration for current students is usually held about a month before classes end. This provides students with enough time to secure a seat in a needed class before registration opens up for new students.
Click the button below to see your advisor's contact information and course syllabi.
WebAdvisor is a program which allows students to search for classes; check grades; view program evaluation, class schedules, and entrance test scores; and see the status of financial aid.
Sign into WebAdvisor and follow the information provided. Student records are not available to anyone but the student and College personnel who are working with the information for the purposes of assisting the student in the educational process.
Note: On-line application for admission or registration for classes, once available, ARE not complete until all fees are paid through the WTC Business Office.
For password assistance, contact Vertanza Cunningham (Bldg. A, Room 222) or by calling 843.355.4106.
Keep close check on your student.wiltech.edu email so you won't miss important messages regarding classes, cancellations, events, etc.
Be sure you remember the following information to access your email:
- Email address is email@example.com
- Password is w and Colleague ID number (ex: w0123456).
- Change password upon entering email for the first time.
For password assistance, contact Vertanza Cunningham (Bldg. A, Room 222) or by calling 843.355.4170.
For email assistance, contact M.I.S. Department (Bldg. A, Room 232) Robert Strong 843.355.4173
Grant-funded student programs
at WTC grow students into productive
The Upward Bound Program at Williamsburg Technical
College is a pre-college, academic enhancement
program designed for first generation, low-income
students or those students with a high risk for
academic failure. The program is designed to motivate students
by developing those skills which will enable them to
complete high school and make a successful transition
into postsecondary education. Applications can be
picked up from any one of the four high schools in
the County or from the Upward Bound office at WTC.
To be eligible for the Upward Bound program, a student must:
1. be a high school student residing in Williamsburg County and
is enrolled in grades 9 or 10 at one of the four high schools:
C.E. Murray, Hemingway, Kingstree, and the Youth Academy;
2. meet federal income guidelines;
3. be the child of a parent who has not received his/her bachelor’s degree;
4. be committed to pursuing a 4-year college degree.
Upward Bound offers
- academic assistance
- academic instruction
- cultural enrichment exposure
- work study for graduating seniors
- summer bridge program
- financial aid workshops.
For more information, about the Upward Bound program, please contact the Upward Bound Office at 843.355.4175 or in Building C on the WTC campus.
Student Activities at WTC offer unique opportunities for students.
Student Government Association
The WTC Student Government Association (SGA) is the official organization for coordinating student activities on campus. The president of the SGA serves as the student representative to the College. The association is composed of all students enrolled in diploma, degree, career development, and certificate programs at WTC. Its function is to ensure that open communications are maintained between students and the administration. Executive officers, program representatives, and alternates are elected to the SGA council. Students are encouraged to participate in the elections and activities of the SGA. For more information, contact Student Affairs.
Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society
WTC’s Alpha Sigma Gamma chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) International Honor Society recognizes and encourages academic achievement of two-year college students and provides opportunities for individual growth and development through honors, leadership and service programming. WTC PTK advisors are Geraldine Shaw, and Minette Gentry.
A world of information
-- both bound and online --
is just a click away at the WTC Library.
Williamsburg Technical College, 601 Martin Luther King, Jr., Avenue, Kingstree, SC 29556 843.355.4110
Employee and applicant inquiries concerning the federal laws and their application to the College may be directed to the Vice President for Business Affairs , WTC, 601 MLK Jr. Avenue, Kingstree, SC 29556 843.355.4117, who will serve as the College’s Section 504, Title II, and Title IX Coordinator.
WTC shall not discriminate in employment or personnel decisions or in student admissions or in student decisions, or in all other segments of the College community on the basis of race, color, sex, age, national or ethnic origin, religion, disability, ancestry, political affiliation, pregnancy, marital status or unfavorable discharge from military service, in the educational programs and activities which it operates, and the College is prohibited from discrimination in such manner by applicable laws. Practices and requirements for non-discrimination extend to the enrollment of students in programs and activities of the College and employment by the College. Employee and applicant inquiries concerning the federal laws and their application to the College may be directed to the Vice President for Business Affairs , WTC, 601 MLK Jr. Avenue, Kingstree, SC 29556 843.355.4117, who will serve as the College's Section 504, Title II, and Title IX Coordinator. Student and prospective student inquiries concerning the federal laws and their application to the College or any student decision may be directed to Associate Vice President for Student Affairs, WTC, 601 MLK Jr. Avenue, Kingstree, SC 29556 843.355.4162, who will serve as the College’s Section 504, Title II, and Title IV Coordinator.
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