Academic Resources

Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) is proud of the diverse resources it has available to assist students in their academic learning experiences. SRTC is especially proud of the numerous assistive services it has available to offer to students experiencing difficulty in their coursework, whether that difficulty is the result of emotional, financial, or academic struggles.
Student Success Centers Learning Support
SRTC has several high quality tutoring centers and testing services available to it students. These centers provide access to high quality materials and one-on-one tutoring on general education and occupational coursework based on the needs of the site. Learn more about SRTC's Student Success Centers. Persons who seek to enroll at Southern Regional Technical College and do not satisfy recommended admission standards for regular or provisional admissions are eligible for Learning Support Admissions. Learning Support offers instruction in the fundamentals of reading, math, and English, thus improving the student's chance of success upon enrolling in a regular program of study. Click Here to Learn More About SRTC's Learning Support Services
Library and Media Services Transfer and Articulation Agreements
Southern Regional has Library Services Centers located at most of its campuses. Each Center possesses collections of books, media, and journals that support the curriculum, as well as leisure reading interests. Additionally, computers are available and include general applications, Internet access, reference, an online catalog, and tutorials. Click Here to Learn More About SRTC's Library and Media Services Southern Regional Technical College is committed to helping our graduates to pursue their educational and career goals. To this end, Southern Regional Technical College (SRTC) creates partnerships with local colleges and universities. These partnerships allow our students to articulate (transfer) credit between the two institutions. Click Here to Learn More About SRTC's Transfer and Articulation Agreements
Advisor Information Academic Grade Appeals Process
SRTC’s Faculty also serve as advisors for each of their program specialty areas. As advisors, the SRTC Faculty work closely with the students, offering guidance to assist in ensuring academic and career success. Click Here to Locate a Program Advisor Students have the right to appeal a final grade or other academic decision if they feel it was unjustly awarded. Click Here to Learn More About SRTC's Academic Grade Appeals Process
DegreeWorks Counseling Services

Southern Regional Technical College has implemented a new degree auditing system called DegreeWorks. DegreeWorks is a web tool that provides real-time advice for students and advisors to monitor the student’s progress towards graduation.

Student Usage Instructions

The College Counselor is available for day and evening students to provide career counseling, academic advising, personal counseling, and crisis intervention. Click Here to Learn More About SRTC's Counseling Services
Disability Services Lending Library Program

SRTC strives to provide reasonable, quality services to all its students. For students requiring special accommodations, SRTC has numerous resources available to assess and meet those particular needs. Click Here to Learn More About SRTC's Disability Services

The cost of textbooks can be a major expense for college students. For students with limited income or financial aid, this cost can be a potential barrier to completing their program of study. The Student Affairs department is fortunate to have grant funding available to provide book loans to students in need.

Learn More About SRTC's Lending Library Program.

Smarthinking Online Tutoring Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act

With Smarthinking Online Tutoring, you can:

• Connect with a Tutor and interact live.
• Submit your project or assignment for any class to our Online Writing Lab.
• Submit a question and receive a reply from a tutor.

Smarthinking Informational Flyer

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The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Program provides assistance to students who are economically disadvantaged, educationally disadvantaged, underemployed and /or dislocated workers who meet residency requirements. Funding may be available to cover costs of tuition, fees, books, uniforms, equipment, required physical examinations, child care, and transportation.

Learn more about WIOA and who to contact.