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Jarvis Robertson from FOX Carolina speaks with the president of Spartanburg Community College, and with a student to talk about free college tuition.
Since January companies have invested more than a billion dollars to open and expand upstate businesses.When companies need skilled workers many of them turn to SC works and SCC.
SCC and the Bringing Back the Burg Business Recovery Task Force Announce Partnership to Grow Educational Attainment in Spartanburg County.
SCC, OneSpartanburg, Inc., and the Bringing Back the Burg Business Recovery Task Force have joined forces to make attending college at SCC more affordable.
SCC partnered with Spartanburg One Inc. and Bringing Back the Burg Business Recovery Task Force to virtually eliminate tuition for all students through the 2021-2022 academic year.
Spartanburg's Spark Center SC alum, Siemens, is celebrating its recent $36 million expansion, which helped bring 180 new jobs to Spartanburg.
Epica International, a leader in cutting-edge mobile medical imaging systems and precision manufacturing robotics, unveiled their new headquarters and operations facility at Spark Center SC.
SCC Foundation receives a $56,105 Grant from the Timken Foundation for
SCC Tyger River Campus Educational Equipment.
Students Al'Valon Allen and Melissa Poole are named to the SC Tech College System's 2021 PTK All-State Academic Team. SCC's PTK Beta Sigma Psi is 2021 Advisor Team of the Year.
Spartanburg Community College received a $2,500 grant from the SC Ports Authority to support the college's commercial driver's license program.