Advisement & Support Center

The mission of the Advisement and Support Center is to retain students through exceptional advisement, connection to college resources and support with COL 105 assignments. Each student listed in the Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, and Pre-Nursing programs will be assigned an advisor in the ASC. This advisor will be listed in Degreeworks, and will work with the student each semester until graduation, or until they have been accepted into their program of choice. 

Career Services

Career Services is dedicated to help you navigate your career journey by providing comprehensive career services and programs. Our goal is to provide career readiness services and programs designed to provide you with an inspiring and inclusive environment for self-exploration, career exploration and job search preparedness. Promoting career readiness skills such as resilience and resourcefulness, our team facilitates career connections with area employers, schools and organizations. 

Disability Services

Central Carolina’s Disability Services promotes a non-discriminatory campus environment and works closely with students with disabilities to foster a positive college experience. Disability Services provides individualized reasonable accommodations and support for students with documented disabilities by advocating for equal access to all programs and services on all campuses.

Special Populations Program

The federally funded program provided assistance for the following: individuals with disabilities, individuals from disadvantaged families, single parents, single pregnant women, displaced homemakers, individuals with other barriers to education included those with limited English proficiency, students who are in programs that are non-traditional for their gender, students who are homeless, students who are in the foster care system or have aged out of the foster care system, student having a parent who is a member of the armed forces and on active duty. Books, child care, tuition assistance, and transportation assistance may be provided to qualified students. 

Student Nutritional Access Center

The Student Nutritional Access Center (commonly referred to as SNAC) is a food pantry created to assist CCTC students in need of non-perishable food items. Twice per month, students can stop by SNAC to receive 1-2 bags of groceries. A current student ID is needed. 

Titan Attire Program

The Titan Attire Program (TAP) was implemented to help students dress professionally when preparing for an interview or new job. The TAP closet provides professional and casual work for all career industries free of charge to students. The closet is also stocked with scrubs for health science students, work boots for advanced manufacturing students and other program-focused clothing. 


The Student Support Services Program provides opportunities for academic development, assists students with basic college requirements, and motivates students toward the successful completion of their postsecondary education. The goals of the program are to increase college retention, graduation, and transfer rates of students enrolled in the program. Student Support Services (SSS) also may provide grant aid to current SSS participants who are receiving Federal Pell Grant funds. 

Veterans Upward Bound

Funded by the U.S. Department of Education, the Veterans Upward Bound Program (VUB) provides free services to assist in preparing for postsecondary education. VUB provides a wide range of educational resources and individual support for veterans who meet certain eligibility requirements. CCTC manages the only VUB program in South Carolina and serves eligible veterans in Clarendon, Kershaw, Lee and Sumter counties.