Executive Council


Dr. Christopher J. Hall, Interim President

Interim President Dr. Christopher J. Hall earned his doctorate in Community College Policy and Administration from the University of Maryland University College and holds a master’s of Public Administration with a concentration in Criminal Justice from Jacksonville State University. In addition, Dr. Hall has earned a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and a graduate certificate of Higher Education Administration from the University of South Carolina. In 2014, Dr. Hall was selected as the Governor’s Professor of the Year for Two-Year Colleges.

Most recently, Dr. Hall held the position of Dean of Business and Public Service at Sumter’s Central Carolina Technical College. In addition to his work at Central Carolina, Hall serves as a reserve deputy with the Richland County Sheriff’s Department and is a sergeant in the Provost Marshal’s Command of the South Carolina State Guard. Hall has also previously served as a corrections officer and training resource officer for the S.C. Department of Corrections.




Mr. Stephen Mason, Associate Vice President for Economic & Workforce Development

Mr. Mason is Associate Vice President of Economic & Workforce Development. He was hired in 2006 as Dean of Continuing Education and after leaving the college for a brief period, he returned as AVP of Economic & Workforce Development. He earned his undergraduate degree in Manufacturing/Mechanical Engineering Technology from Clemson University his master’s degree in Secondary Education from South Carolina State University. He has over 29 years of Industrial experience.

Denmark Technical College offers you a college experience that’s based on the latest of technology. Our priorities include small class sizes, commitment to the educational growth of our students, and pride in our outstanding faculty who have actual experience in their fields. Our staff also plays an essential role in assisting our students in achieving their educational goals.
Co-curricular activities are a vital part of the college experience and Denmark Technical College offers a diverse range of programs and services to support student success. Our programs complement the learning that takes place in the classroom and enhance the overall educational experience of our students.
The Academic Support Center provides tutoring and mentoring support to all Denmark Technical College students. Through these services, students will be afforded the opportunity to become independent learners and strengthen their academic weaknesses. The center is located in building 029 and is equipped with a tutorial computer lab for on-line tutoring services. DTC students may apply for tutoring at any point in a semester. All students are required to log in for sessions. Services are free to currently enrolled DTC students.