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Aug
13
2014
Recent graduates of Piedmont Technical College’s practical nursing program at the Lex Walters-Greenwood campus were recognized in a pinning ceremony in August.
Aug
12
2014
At Piedmont Technical College’s recent summer commencement exercises, outstanding students from each of the college’s seven supporting counties were honored for academic achievement.
Aug
11
2014
The James Medford Family Event Center at Piedmont Technical College welcomed more than 325 Piedmont Technical College graduates for two commencement ceremonies to celebrate their accomplishments.
Aug
08
2014
Piedmont Technical College President Dr. Ray Brooks has announced that Dr. Jack Bagwell has joined the college as the vice president for academic affairs.
Aug
01
2014
Piedmont Technical College will be holding two summer commencement exercises on August 7.
Jul
31
2014
Piedmont Technical College’s Center for Advanced Manufacturing (CAM) in Laurens recently showcased its new mechatronics lab by hosting training for mechatronics instructors from across the state.
Jul
30
2014
PTC is expanding its degree offerings in Newberry with the addition of the Mechatronics Technology associate degree beginning fall 2014.The college will host an information session Wednesday, August 6 at the Newberry County Campus beginning at 6 p.m. The session will be held in room 420NN.
Jul
29
2014
As the Class of 2014 celebrated their graduation from high school, 10 students from Ninety Six High School and McCormick High School were also earning an Associate in Arts degree from Piedmont Technical College. The students – five from Ninety Six and five from McCormick – were enrolled in the Piedmont Middle College.
Jul
28
2014
Piedmont Technical College’s Continuing Education and Economic Development division recently won the 2014 National Exemplary Program Award from the National Council for Continuing Education & Training (NCCET) for its work at the Center for Advanced Manufacturing (CAM) in Laurens County.
Jul
23
2014
The loss of a high school course turned into a great opportunity for one Laurens District High School graduate. As a freshman, Braxton Michels was interested in the machine tool class offered at LDHS. However, when the teacher left to pursue other opportunities, the course was discontinued. But, Michels knew he wanted to enroll in some form of industrial or manufacturing curriculum.

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