DTC will be the wisest choice you ever make

DTC will be the wisest choice you ever make

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Denmark Technical College Admissions

Denmark Technical College offers you a college experience that is based on the latest technology. Our priorities include small class sizes, commitment to the educational growth of our students and pride in our outstanding faculty, who have real-world experience in their fields. Our staff is essential for supporting our students’ achievement of their educational goals.

Choose Denmark Technical College for affordable tuition, campus life and student organizations. Our Career Planning and Placement Center can assist students with summer internships, job placement in their careers after graduation and transfers for further education. Whether your goal is to learn a trade, earn an associate’s degree or  transfer to earn a bachelor’s degree, DTC will be the wisest choice you ever make.

For more assistance in making DTC your choice, contact a counselor from enrollment services from our staff listing below or contact our main admissions office at admissions@denmarktech.edu or 803-793-5103.

Contact a Counselor

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Director of Admissions and Recruitment
803-793-5175 (o) Building 027 - Suite 109-C

Derica Jones

Admissions Counselor
803-793-5260 (o) 803 -809-7470 (m)
Building 027- Suite 108-B


We accept applications through the mail or in person. The easiest way to submit an application is here

The minimum GPA requirement at Denmark Technical College is a 2.0 GPA. However, DTC will work with students who have a lower GPA.

 The SAT/ACT tests are not required. However, we do accept SAT/ACT scores. The Accuplacer Test is not required for admittance but is required for placement. If the scores are high enough, the Accuplacer Test may not be required.

Yes, you will need to complete a new application to determine which semester you will enroll in. Also, your information may need updated since you last attended.

You will receive an electronic email within 24 hours from the Office of Admissions with the next steps in the process.

Not only can you apply, but all senior citizens can attend for free.

Official Transcripts are stamped and approved by your school’s counselor or college registrar. There is an official seal over the flap of the sealed envelope. If the seal is broken prior to arriving at the receiving destination, it no longer is considered official.


Contact the office of admissions via email at admissions@denmarktech.edu or by phone at 803-793-5175.

You can set-up a campus tour here

You can order DTC transcripts here

We offer more than 30 programs of study in multiple disciplines. Find your DTC future here.


Visit us here to determine fees and tuition costs for resident and non-resident students.

You can view our academic calendar here

View step by step instructions for all student types here. 



All students should meet with Academic Advising before registering for classes. The Academic Advising staff will help you create your schedule of classes. Be sure you see an advisor as soon as you have completed the Enrollment Steps and received an acceptance letter. Student Development Coordinators see students on a walk-in basis all year long, so there is no need for an appointment. However, please try to avoid the busiest time, which is right before the beginning of each semester.

Our Student Success Center  offers free tutoring, college skills coaching, a Math Center and a Writing Center. Our Career Planning offers mock interviews, resume development, and job searches. The campus library offers various ways to find research materials and sources. You can use it to search all library content (books, ebooks, articles, journals, and more!) at once.

Contact Us

Email is the preferred contact method. However phone calls and office visits are welcome. 



Office Location

Building 27
Suites 108-A, 108-B, 108-C

Why wait?

As an institution within the South Carolina Technical and Comprehensive Education system, Denmark Technical College is committed to keeping the costs of attending the college to a minimum for students.