Effective March 20, all PTC classes will be delivered online for the rest of the Spring semester. Faculty and staff are working remotely and are available to assist students. Learn More ...
Piedmont Technical College is committed to providing quality services to all students. This includes a commitment to not only the educational success of our students, but to the health and safety of anyone on our campuses.
It is the policy of the South Carolina Technical College System to provide a drug free, healthful, safe and secure work and educational environment. Employees and students are required and expected to report to their work, class, or student activities in appropriate mental and physical condition to meet the requirements and expectations of their respective roles.
Piedmont Technical College is committed to maintaining a safe and supportive campus for all faculty, staff and students. The college affirms the principle that individuals have the right to be free from any form of harassment.
The college community is taking steps to prepare for any pandemic in the interest of minimizing the risk of exposure among employees, students and visitors. The focus of Piedmont Technical College is to provide a coordinated and comprehensive response to any pandemic in order to help ensure continuation of education and services.
Piedmont Tech's Campus Police and Security Department works hard to maintain a safe and secure campus for our students, employees and guests.