Other Fees and Information



OTHER FEES (2017-18)
(These fees are course or discipline specific, they are not charged to every student.) Clink link to view fees.

Persons who are 60 years of age or over and who is a legal residence of South Carolina may attend classes for credit or non-credit purposes on a space-available basis without paying tuition, provided that neither such persons nor their spouses receive compensation as full-time employees from Denmark Technical College. Any person attending classes for credit must meet admission requirements.

An activity fee is charged to all student enrolled in six (6) or more credit hours. Students enrolled in less than six (6) credit hours may elect to pay the student activity fee.

Students will not be permitted to graduate, receive transcripts or re-enroll in any programs until all debts incurred at the College have been paid in full.

Each student is required to have a current parking permit properly displayed on any vehicle driven and/or parked on campus. Permits will be valid from September to August each year. (This applies to all full-time, part-time, and Continuing Education students.)

Any student who loses his/her permit or trades automobiles may apply for a new permit. The student shall apply for the new permit in the Public Safety Office. The parking permit is free.

Student identification cards are issued during registration. New ID cards are issued yearly. There is a $15 fee for lost cards. ID cards are required for transactions in the Learning Resource Center and the Business Office.

The Student Health Fee is not health insurance.  The Student Health Fee is required for all boarding students. The cost of the Health Fee is included in the semester fee. This service covers boarding students while on the premises of the College, and college-sponsored trips for minor medical needs. This service is optional to part-time and off-campus students.

Emergency services will be rendered at the Denmark Medical Center during office hours and at the Regional Medical Center after office hours.

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.
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