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Our top priorities are the safety and well-being of our students, faculty and staff and to continue teaching our students.
Spartanburg Community College's Spark Center gives our community an asset that lets new businesses work from an existing space while setting up Spartanburg operations.
The 2020 Economic Visionaries award winners include Bank of America, Piedmont Natural Gas, Toray Composite Materials America and Milliken & Company.
In 2015, SCC alum Pitts launched BAK'D, a baking company specializing in cakes, cookies and confectioners. BAK'D has steadily grown in Spartanburg and Greenville.
Career changes are creating more non-traditional students at colleges, as seen at Spartanburg Community College.
President Henry C. Giles, Jr., announced his retirement today at the January meeting of the Spartanburg County Commission for Technical and Community Education, effective June 30, 2020.
Isaac McKissick, Director of the SCC Union County Campus, was the keynote speaker at Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebration at Sims Middle School.
Social media is playing a bigger role in politics today -- with politicians using the media to take their views directly to voters, election experts at SCC said Thursday.
For the fourth year, SCC is accepting applications for 2020 Economic Visionaries awards honoring businesses in Spartanburg, Cherokee and Union counties.
Through a partnership with SCC, AFL program offers Byrnes High School students an introduction to manufacturing, taught by SCC professors at Byrnes High School.