Aiken County Education / Colleges
Aiken Technical College
2276 Jefferson Davis Hwy. Graniteville
Aiken Technical College has approximately 3,000 students preparing for high-demand careers in manufacturing, nuclear, health sciences and more, as well as students who plan to transfer to complete a four-year degree. ATC also offers dual enrollment opportunities for high school students to get a head start through the Aiken Early College program. This public, open-door, two-year comprehensive institution of higher education provides citizens of Aiken County opportunities for educational, economic, professional, social, and personal development.
The College is leading the way in manufacturing and nuclear workforce training.
University of South Carolina Aiken
471 University Parkway, Aiken
The University is a four-year, public coeducational university offering undergraduate degree programs as well as three Master’s degree programs. Additional graduate courses and degree programs are offered through the USC Extended Graduate Campus Program. Approximately 3,200 students attend USCA.
The college also hosts the Ruth Patrick Science Center, Etherredge Center, DuPont Planetarium, Convocation Center, and Gregg Graniteville Library.
Christ Central Institute
159 Church St NE
Wagener, SC 29164
The educational arm of Christ Central Ministries, is a successful and growing center of Christian higher education, missions training, and career arts training. CCI has established a reputation for high quality teaching and research in Christian service and outreach.
Enriching Communities Through Education.
Aiken Extended Campus
1600 Richland Ave W.
Aiken, SC 29801
In order to fill the needs of working adults, Limestone College makes available the Extended Campus, providing the opportunity to take classes throughout South Carolina as well as any place in the world.
54.2% of living alumni are extended campus graduates.