Williamsburg Tech is a public college located in Kingstree, South Carolina. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 194 undergraduate students. The Williamsburg Tech acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Nursing Assistant, Liberal Arts and Humanities, and Child Care Provider. Graduating 7% of students, Williamsburg Tech alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $16,600.
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Most Popular Majors
Nursing Assistant30 Graduates
Liberal Arts and Humanities27 Graduates
Child Care Provider16 Graduates
Automotive Mechanics15 Graduates
Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN)8 Graduates
Industrial Electronics Technician5 Graduates
Phlebotomy Technician5 Graduates
Medical Secretary3 Graduates
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Williamsburg Technical College Reviews
Great school! Wouldn't change a thing. The school works along with their students and help with student life, academics and much more. Professors , advisors even the Dean will help you along your college life.
I liked the amazing teachers. They brought so much joy to the class. I feel like when the class more brighten up with enthusiasm, students are more involved. And I was greatly involved. The nice faculty and staff are amazing. Have great respect for them. And the place looks great, clean, nice lodge, and nice library.
I took 18 credits a semester and worked 20 hours a week during my second semester, served in the student government association, and received an A in all classes. I was dropped with a WF from one class my second semester due to missed days (I caught the flu twice), but I had over a 100 average in the class and only had one test and my final to complete. I had other issues with the same teacher. She had basically no business experience (she was the business teacher) and did not seem to like the fact that I knew more than she did and pointed out mistakes she made (mainly in math). Thankfully, she no longer teaches there. All of the other teachers and staff I dealt with were wonderful.