Many opportunities for student interaction and involvement outside of the classroom are offered and designed to complement the academic programs.
Annual activities are sponsored by the Student Success Center including a Fall Club Fair and Spring Activities Day. Special educational and cultural events, such as activities related to Black History Month, may also be offered throughout the year.
The Piedmont Points initiative is a rewards system where students can earn prizes for being involved on campus. Students must sign-in to the event using their PTC ID or P#, the points are tracked for the student and points can be redeemed for prizes throughout the school year. Download the flyer or contact Amelia Jackson at email@example.com or call (864) 941-8545.
Please take a moment to share how you would like to get (more) involved in Student Life at Piedmont Technical College. To take the survey, please click here. If you have questions about the survey, please contact Amelia Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students have a voice in campus affairs through the Inter-Club Council. The ICC is a Piedmont Technical College organization composed of one representative of each active and approved student club and organization. The purpose of ICC is threefold: to provide input to the administration and give students a voice in the governance of the college; to help plan events and activities for students; and to provide leadership opportunities for members and other students.
Second-year students selected to represent Piedmont Technical College are chosen on the basis of their leadership ability, academic achievement, college involvement and their desire to assist other students. Presidential Ambassadors represent the college at various functions on and off campus each year, speak to visiting groups about their college experience, lead campus tours and serve as new student orientation leaders. If you are interested in becoming an Ambassador, visit the Student Success Center or the Presidential Ambassador page.
The Student Center is available to all students to meet and relax on campus. It offers free wifi, laptop stations, comfortable furniture and an eating area.
- Fall Club Fair
This annual event held in September welcomes students back to class and introduces them to the clubs and organizations available on campus.
- Voter Registration
Piedmont Technical College students are encouraged to register to vote and fulfill their civic duty each year on Election Day.
- Constitution Day
Each year on September 17, Piedmont Technical College celebrates Constitution Day. Typical events include a display in the college’s library, a Constitution Day quiz and a voter registration drive.
- Spring Activities Day
Piedmont Tech faculty, staff and students celebrate spring each April with the annual Spring Activities Day. Teams of students and faculty compete against one another in a series of games, relays and other contests.