Cost and Financing
The SC Technical College System is pleased to present its financial data to the constituents of South Carolina as part of an
on-going effort to provide financial transparency in state government. Accountability is the hallmark of a well-run organization
and timely access to financial data is critical to accomplishing this goal.
The sixteen technical colleges, who are supported by the SC Technical College System Office, are pleased to present their financial data to the constituents of South Carolina as part of an on-going effort to provide financial transparency in state government. We trust that review of this information will provide evidence of our commitment to the stewardship of state and other resources.
The SC Technical College System is committed to providing transparency for all procurement card transactions. For detail procurement card transactions for the State Board for Technical Education and the 16 Technical Colleges click here.»
The SC Technical College System is focused on providing learning opportunities that promote the economic and human resource development of the state while continuing to be a good steward of the state taxpayer’s dollars. The System does
this by managing agency resources in a cost effective and efficient manner.
Financial statements are provided for each of the 16 technical colleges for the past three years. They detail the current financial position, as well as, changes in financial position and cash flow. These statements have been audited by an independent auditor in accordance with Government Auditing Standards and Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.
2011 Financial Statements
2012 Financial Statements
2013 Financial Statements
This report details the System’s vision, mission and values and outlines the strategic goals, major achievements, funding priorities, challenges, etc. for the previous year.
Reports by Fiscal Year
The SC Technical College System is responsible for the proper planning and management of all of its resources. As such,
every member of the System, its institutions and its customers are responsible to prevent fraud, waste and abuse The System has the necessary internal controls to take a proactive measure to prevent such violations from occurring. To learn about submitting a claim, click visit our Fraud, Waste, and Abuse Hotline section. »
In order to promote accountability and transparency, each state agency must provide and release to the public via the agency’s website, a report of all aggregate amounts of fines and fees that were charged and collected by that state agency in the prior fiscal year.
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