Diversity & Inclusion


Call Me Mister

Greenville Technical College is proud to be part of Call Me MISTER (Mentors Instructing Students Toward Effective Role Models), an initiative to recruit, train, certify and place men, particularly minorities, as teachers in South Carolina public elementary schools.

About Call Me Mister

The Unsung Hero

The Unsung Hero Awards Program is an annual event that Greenville Technical College uses to recognize the unselfish and often unnoticed acts of individuals in the college and community.

About Unsung Heroes

Disability Support

We'll balance your needs and course requirements in an accommodations plan that gives you an equal opportunity for success.

About disability support



SpiritFest is a Gospel music event and includes scholarship opportunities for deserving youth.

About SpiritFest

MLK DreamWeekend

MLK DreamWeekend honors Dr. King's legacy through a collaboration of community leaders, business executives, civic organizations and academic institutions to encourage and implement scholarships, diversity, community service and other values that represent Dr. King.

About MLK Dream Weekend

Black History Month

Greenville Technical College celebrates Black History Month 2021 with an art show featuring the work of 13-year-old Josiah Hill, a virtual presentation on Liberia, South Carolina, an African American Appalachian community, and a virtual presentation on Gullah culture. All events are free and open to the public.

About Black History Month