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Nail Tech Clinic Hours:      Myrtle Beach Campus     843-477-2182
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday               from October 8th to November 29th          Time: 8:30-12:00

 
Esthetic Clinic Hours:   Myrtle Beach Campus    843-477-2182
Wednesday and Thursday                           from October 10th to November 29th       Time:  12:00-4:00
 
 
Cosmetology Clinic Hours:   Conway Campus       Building 500        843-349-5245
10:15 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday         *No Friday Mornings     All Services need to arrive by 10:15 am
 
1:00 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday , Thursday and Friday     *All Services need to arrive by 1:00pm

News Center

Media Inquiries:
Contact: Mary Eaddy, APR, Director of Marketing and Public Relations
843-349-5341


Say “cheese” and “thank you”

Myrtle Beach—The nation's newest high-tech dental training facility at Horry Georgetown Technical College is giving thousands of people a new reason to smile. Computers and monitors at each of twenty-one dental treatment stations permit dental hygiene and assisting students to study patient issues and receive immediate hands-on instruction from faculty.
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Congratulations Graduates!

More than 1100 Horry Georgetown Technical College seniors have applied for spring graduation and about 425 of those are expected to march in commencement ceremonies at 7 p.m., Mon., May 7, at the Myrtle Beach Convention Center.

HGTC Senior Vice-President Marilyn Fore said the largest number, 268, will earn associate degrees and certificates in health related programs, from emergency medical tech nology to nursing, radiology to phlebotomy. Fifty-seven will graduate in industrial trades and engineering technology, and many graduates will pursue bachelor degrees at senior colleges.

“This is a time to celebrate success on all levels,” Fore said. “We'll recognize students, faculty and staff who have sacrificed time and effort for a better future.”Eighty percent of HGTC graduates will be from Horry and Georgetown Counties. Ten percent live in other Palmetto State counties, and ten percent are from other states.

Commencement speaker will be General Walter F. Johnson, III (retired), chairman of Eagle Group International, a company Johnson started after retiring as the first African-American and youngest person ever to serve as chief of the U.S. Medical Service Corps.



New programs coming to HGTC

Surveying and Architectural Computer Aided Design are two of five new programs Horry Georgetown Technical College is preparing to launch this fall. They will be certificate programs, along with Gerontology and Medical Coding and Billing. Medical Coding and Billing will be offered on campus and online. An associate degree in Health Information Management is pending review by the State Commission on Higher Education. Health and technology graduates are among those most likely to find jobs, experts say.


Networked and Ready to Go

Six computer science technology students from Horry Georgetown Technical College placed among the top in the nation recently at the 17th Annual Association for Information Technology Professionals (AITP) Conference in San Antonio, Texas.

First year student Clinton Johnson scored second in the nation on a key skills test, and Jeremiah Farley scored third in a network design competition. Christine Keasler and
Clint Johnson scored second in a graphics communications contest, and everyone on the HGTC team ranked among the top 30 of 538 students for hardware repair.
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HGTC's Fourth Annual Engineering Day

More than 150 local high school students are expected to participate in the Fourth Annual Engineering Day next Wed., April 18, at Horry Georgetown Technical College.

AUTOCAD competitions start at 8 a.m., with concrete beam, egg crash and bridge challenges to follow. Students will also have opportunities to meet and talk with professional engineers and engineering technicians in the local area. For details or advance interviews, please call Prof. Suliban Deaza at (843) 251-6488.
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Campus Construction Update

Fencing will be moved this week to accommodate construction of the new Engineering and Technology Building on the HGTC Conway Campus. Some parking spaces near the construction site will be removed temporarily, but other parking spaces have been added to the overflow parking lot east of Victory Lane. The pedestrian walkway in front of Building 300 will be removed. Large yellow circular signs will designate new pedestrian walkways in this area, along with blue circular signs to define newly designated handicapped parking spaces. Students, faculty, staff and guests should drive slowly and exercise caution when crossing Victory Lane and around this construction.
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HGTC students earn honor society awards

More than twenty awards went to students and faculty at Horry Georgetown Technical College recently during the Carolinas Region Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society at its convention at Springmaid Beach Resort. The Alpha Nu Sigma Chapter at HGTC is one of 83 chapters in the region. The following are among the most significant awards

HGTC earned:

The chapter earned a Five Star Chapter Award, Distinguished Honors-In-Action Project, Distinguished College Project Award, and was first runner-up for Most Distinguished Chapter.

Individuals earning awards included Distinguished Chapter Member, Chante Gore, an Early College High School student; Distinguished Chapter Officer, Bianca Forte, an Early College High School student; Distinguished Chapter Officer, Christopher Cox; and, Continued Excellence Award for Advisors, John Sharpe.



HGTC's provost to be honored

The Southeastern Regional Board of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity has chosen Greg Mitchell, vice-president of workforce development and continuing education and provost of the Grand Strand Campus of Horry Georgetown Technical College, to be honored Fri., Mar. 23, for his achievements in education.

The recognition will be presented in Myrtle Beach at the Marriott Resort. Phi Beta Sigma was founded in 1914 at Howard University in Washington, D.C. to uphold the ideals of brotherhood, scholarship and service.

HGTC student takes best of show

One digital arts student at Horry Georgetown Technical College won “Student Best of Show” in local Addy Awards competition recently and three others won silver and gold awards. Heather Thornton won “Best of Show” and a gold for a “Design Is” poster and a silver Addy for “Gas Mask,” an illustration. Brooke Greenwood won a gold Addy for her poster, “Outside the Box.” Chip Angel won a silver Addy for his photograph called “Lime,” and Cory McNair won a silver award for a “Create South” poster.
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Financial help for high school grads

College-bound students and their families seeking help with the financial aid application process are invited to participate in a free help session from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m., Sat., Feb. 18, in Building 1100 on the Conway Campus of Horry Georgetown Technical College.
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HGTC's annual addiction series features TV celebrity- Thursday February 16th

Jeff Van Vonderen, an interventionist best known for his work on A&E's Intervention, will be the keynote speaker Thurs., Feb. 16, for the annual public lecture series on addiction and recovery held at Horry Georgetown Technical College. Van Vonderen will share highlights of his addiction and recovery and speak with the audience about the techniques used in interventions.
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ACBSP Awards Horry Georgetown Technical College Reaffirmation of Accreditation of its Business Programs

Overland Park, KS — The Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP) Associate Degree Board of Commissioners recently awarded Horry Georgetown Technical College in Conway, S.C., reaffirmation of accreditation of its business programs.
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