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Welcome to Registrar Services

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Contact Information

Genell Gause-Registrar

Delores Dingle- Assistant Registrar

Visit 100 Building

PO Box 100548 Florence, SC 29501

Phone 843-661-8090
Fax 843-661-8386


Hours of operation
Monday-Thursday 8:00am-5:30pm
Friday 8:00am-11:30am


In order to register, one must apply online and accepted by the Office of Admissions.  Students must register online through WebAdvisor or visit the Enrollment Center located in the 100 building.   If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Enrollment Management at 843-661 -8289.

Change of Name or Address

Change of Academic Major

Students desiring to change their program of study after enrolling should follow these steps:

  1. Meet with the new advisor (advisors are listed on the website). 
  2. Student must complete a Change of Curriculum form located in the Office of the Registrar. 
  3. The completed form should be given to the new program advisor for data entry.
  4. Change of programs are effective at the beginning of a term or at the end of a term.
  5. A student who requests a change of program will be required to complete the program requirements as outlined in the catalog in effect at the time of the change in program.

Student Code for the South Carolina Technical College System

It is the policy of Florence-Darlington Technical College to provide due process procedures for students in matters relating to student discipline.  Technical college students are members of both the community at large and the academic community.  As member of the academic community, students are subject to the obligations which accrue them by virtue of this membership.  As members of the larger community of which the college is a part, students are entitled to all rights and protection accorded them by the laws of that community.

By the same token, students are also subject to all laws, the enforcement of which is the responsibility of duly constituted authorities.  When students violate laws, they may incur penalties prescribed by legal authorities.  In such instances, college discipline will be initiated only when the presence of the student on campus will disrupt the educational process of the college.  However, when a student's violation of the law also adversely affects the college's pursuit of its recognized educational objectives, the college may enforce its own regulations.  When students violate college regulations, they are subject to disciplinary action by the college whether or not their conduct violates the law.  If a student's behavior simultaneously violates both college regulations and the law, the college may take disciplinary action independent of that taken by legal authorities.

Section I of the Student Code Manual includes the following sections:

  1. General Rights of Students
  2. Student Government and Student Organizations
  3. Proscribed Conduct
  4. Rules of Student Disciplinary Procedure and Sanctions
  5. Procedures for Hearings Before the Student Appeals Committee

Section II contains the following information on the Student Grievance Procedure for the South Carolina Technical College System:

  1. Purpose
  2. Definitions
  3. Procedures
  4. The Student Grievance Committee

Review the entire South Carolina Student Code and Student Grievance Procedure Manual.
For additional information or clarification concerning anything contained in this Manual, go to the Registrar Services Office in the 100 Building of the College.

Review the Student Complaint Resolution Chart, we also recommend you review the Student Concern Process Flowchart.

For more information on student complaints please refer to the SC Commision on Higher Education.

Academic Honors

Student Honors

Student honors and admission to any Honor Society shall be based upon the student's cumulative GPA, in addition to any other program requirements.  However, the cumulative GPA would continue to be used to calculate academic honors.

Graduation Honors

  • Cum Laude    3.50 - 3.75
  • Magna Cum Laude    3.76 - 3.95
  • Summa Cum Laude    3.96 - 4.00

President's List

Students who complete 12 or more credit hours and attain a 4.0 GPA  for the semester with no remedial courses will be placed on the President's List. Students are not eliible for the President's List if they are repeating courses or receive a "D" or "F" grade during the current semester.

Dean's List

Students who complete 12 or more credit hours and attain a 3.5 GPA with no remedial courses will be placed on the Dean's List.  Students are not eligible for the Dean''s List if they are repeating courses or receive a "D" or "F" grade during the current semester.

Student Marshals

Student Marshals are chosen from the current student body based upon their scholastic records and/or demonstrated qualities of leadership and commitment to the College to assist with the annual commencement ceremony. Their assistance with respect to the graduation event provides a valuable service to the College and, at the same time, affords the College the opportunity to recognize these students for their outstanding qualities.  

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