Jun 13, 2024  
2023-2024 College Catalog and Student Handbook 
2023-2024 College Catalog and Student Handbook [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Seven easy steps to CCTC!

STEP 1: Application Process

Complete an application on CCTC’s website at http://www.cctech.edu. Applications apply only to the term for which they are completed.

Next, visit the Titan Start Portal or https://cctech.my.site.com/Portal to continue your application process, to include:

  • Contact information for assigned admissions coordinator
  • Admissions requirements and access for uploading forms or other information
  • General information about your program of study
  • Connect to your advisor and other college services

Admission decisions will be made available in the Titan Start Portal or https://cctech.my.site.com/Portal. Decision letters will be available for download.

If you require accommodations, please contact the Accessibility & Inclusion Coordinator at (803)778-7871.

Official Transcripts

Request an official final high school or GED transcript be sent to Student Records if you wish to be considered for federal financial aid or if you are in a Health Sciences or Early Childhood program. If you have been home schooled, you must request a final transcript from the home school association or meet the requirements for the state in which the homeschool is located.

If applicable, request official college transcripts to be sent to Student Records. Official transcripts may be delivered by mail, electronically, or in person. If delivered in person the transcript must be in a sealed envelope. If delivered electronically, transcripts must come directly from the academic institution.

STEP 2: Advisement, Registration and Orientation

You will meet with your assigned academic advisor to discuss program of study details and progression, afterwards, the academic advisor will discuss courses and course registration.

To register, check the Titan Start Portal  or https://cctech.my.site.com/Protal for the username to access myCCTC and CCTCgo, the College’s mobile application, to:

  • Register for first semester classes based on advising from your assigned academic advisor
  • Review financial aid requirements

Continue to visit the Titan Start Portal to access important information:

  • Welcome and Decision Letters
  • New Student Orientation event registration
  • Status of official transcripts

STEP 3: Financial Aid and Payment Information

Apply for financial aid online at www.fafsa.gov. Visit the Titan Start Portal or https://cctech.my.site.com/Portal to learn more about types of available financial aid, scholarships, and payment plans. If you have questions regarding your FAFSA, you may contact Financial Aid at (803)778-7850 or finaid@cctech.edu. Students who may be eligible for Veterans’ Affairs benefits may contact CCTC’s Veterans’ Resource Center at (803)778-7883.

To receive financial aid, high school transcripts must be provided from a public, private, home school or GED program in accordance with the South Carolina Law on Education, Title 59, Chapter 65.

Should you need to make a tuition payment, you may pay in person at the cashier located at Main Campus or Outreach Campuses, online through myCCTC, by mailing a check to the cashier, or by phone using a credit card.

STEP 4: Book Purchase

Purchase your books on Main Campus in the Central Carolina Bookstore located in Building M100, Room M101 or Building K1100 at the Kershaw County Campus. Textbook requirements are posted online at: http://bookstore.cctech.edu and books may be purchased online as well. Book prices can also be found on myCCTC on the Financial Services Page, under Bookstore Price Search.

STEP 5: Student ID and Parking

If you need to visit the College’s campus to access services such as the CCTC Library, Testing Services, computer labs, etc., you will need a College ID. You can obtain your ID from the Cashier desk in Building M300R. The Security Office is located in Building M100/Room M117. Security Office hours change from semester to semester and are posted outside the Security Office. A College ID can also be obtained at the Kershaw County and F.E. Dubose Campuses. ID validations for the semester may be obtained at the Lee County Site.

STEP 6: Classes Begin

Once you have completed the application, admission, advisement, and registration process, it is time to attend classes! If you encounter any technical problems with your online course or myCCTC account, contact User Support Services at 803-778-6607. If you encounter problems with your course material, contact your instructor or academic advisor. If you are not sure who your academic advisor is, please check myCCTC on the Advisement and Registration page or on DegreeWorks.

STEP 7: Graduation

Apply to graduate online (in your myCCTC account). Students who meet graduation requirements should apply to graduate at the beginning of their final semester. Information on ordering graduation regalia, rings, and frames can be found at: http://bookstore.cctech.edu/home. (Graduation Items “Quick Links”)