Horry-Georgetown Technical College is engineering at its finest. Located in Conway, South Carolina, U.S.A the college's president is H. Neyle Wilson. It is a part of the South Carolina Technical College System.
The fourth largest technical college in the state, HGTC offers over 70 degree and certificate programs in Agriculture Technology, Arts & Science, Business, Engineering & Industrial Technology, Health Science, Information/Computer Technology and Public Service Technology.
HGTC currently has three campuses. In addition to the main campus on U.S. 501 in Conway (33°47′47″N 79°00′12″W / 33.7964°N 79.0033°W / 33.7964; -79.0033 (Horry-Georgetown Technical College, Conway Campus)Coordinates: 33°47′47″N 79°00′12″W / 33.7964°N 79.0033°W / 33.7964; -79.0033 (Horry-Georgetown Technical College, Conway Campus)), the school has campuses in Myrtle Beach (33°39′33″N 78°56′30″W / 33.6591°N 78.9416°W / 33.6591; -78.9416 (Horry-Georgetown Technical College, Grand Strand Campus)) and Georgetown (33°19′14″N 79°19′17″W / 33.3205°N 79.3213°W / 33.3205; -79.3213 (Horry-Georgetown Technical College, Georgetown Campus)). Students can also take classes online. The Conway campus has 13 buildings on 50 acres (20.2 ha).
The Grand Strand Campus Conference and Business Center near The Market Common has meeting space that includes the Thomas C. Maeser Auditorium, a 3,650-square-foot (339 m2) ballroom.
HGTC also includes an off-campus site at North Myrtle Beach High School.
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