SCC Union County Campus

  • Spartanburg Community College’s Union County Campus is conveniently located off of Highway 176 in Union. This campus incorporates traditional classroom learning with hands on technical training leading to many of SCC’s certificate, diploma, and degree programs. The SCC Union County Campus plays an important role by serving as catalyst for economic development through innovation, collaboration and excellence in educational programs, services, and course offerings. 

    College Credit Programs and Coursework

    • Full certificate programs in Welding and Mechatronics
    • General education coursework required in diploma and associate of applied science programs
    • Coursework leading to careers in health care

    SCC Corporate & Community Education

    • One day workshops and personal enrichment classes
    • Customized training programs
    • National certifications
    • Business and workforce development solutions

    Union County Scholarship
    Scholarship Opportunity for Union County Residents
    Union County Community Scholarship Program – Established by Union County, along with its partners, Union County School District, the University of South Carolina, and Spartanburg Community College, to provide residents access to post-secondary education and training programs leading to jobs of today and careers of tomorrow. 

    For more information or to inquire about eligibility, contact Kathy Jo Lancaster at (864) 466-1060 or email View or download a Community Scholarship brochure (PDF)
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  • Union County News

    Welding, Mechatronics at SCC Union

    When the fall semester begins in August, SCC Union will offer classes in Welding as it has for the past seven years and, for the first time in its history, Mechatronics classes.  Full Story

    Timken Foundation Awards SCC Union County Campus $135,000

    A ceremony was held to formally open the Union Campus of SCC. Hosts and guests included Union County Supervisor Frank Hart, Timken manager Bob Hart, SCC President Henry Giles, City of Union Mayor Harold Thompson, Union Campus Site Coordinator Kathy Jo Lancaster, Rev. Joshua S. Freeman, SC House District 42 Rep. Mike Anthony, and SCC student Earl Petty. Full Story

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