Campus Life

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Find Your Passion at FDTC

Florence-Darlington Technical College recognizes the value and importance of community in the academic success of its students. Campus life at FDTC revolves around curating opportunities for our students to join together for a common cause. Whether it's cheering on our Stingers, raising awareness for a great cause, giving back to our community or just hanging out and enjoying a fun activity, our student life staff and students create opportunities for our students to flourish and grow.

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SGA & Student Ambassadors

The Student Government Association (SGA) acts as the liaison between the Administration, Faculty, Staff, and Students. SGA fulfills the mission set forth by the administration and is the model for student leadership, community service, and proactive student clubs and organizations.

Student ambassadors serve in a leadership capacity and also assist with a variety of activities as well as fundraising projects and with hosting special events.

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Admissions Diplomat

Admissions Diplomats are a knowledgeable guide for prospective students navigating the journey to higher education. From answering questions to offering support, an Admissions Diplomat ensures a smooth and informative admissions process, helping students find their perfect fit and fostering a welcoming campus community.

Clubs and Organizations

Student clubs and organizations create opportunities for students to build connections with faculty, staff, and other students outside of the classroom. Through these clubs and organizations students are able to develop leadership skills and create relationships through community engagement and enhance their overall college experience.

Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society
The Alpha, Beta, Gamma Organization
Human Services Student Organization
The South Carolina Early Childhood Association
Start a New Club!

Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) has recognized academic excellence in the two-year college since 1918 and is the largest and most prestigious honor society serving two-year colleges worldwide. Membership is based primarily upon academic achievement, and invitation to membership may only be extended by the local chapter at the institution in which you are enrolled. 

To be eligible:

  • A student must have completed at least 12 hours of coursework leading to an associate’s degree program; part-time students are also eligible.
  • A student must have a 3.5 GPA or higher

The Mission of Phi Theta Kappa is two-fold:

  • Recognize and encourage the academic achievement of two-year college students, and
  • Provide opportunities for individual growth and development through participation in PTK’s four hallmarks of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Fellowship.

Members of PTK are eligible to compete for special scholarships and have the opportunity to network with fellow scholars worldwide.

Faculty Adviser: April Cudd | 843.676.8557

The Alpha, Beta, Gamma Organization (Radiology) exists for the purpose of broadening the professional growth of Radiology Students through student outreach, a high standard of integrity, and good will.

Faculty Advisor: Susan Williams | 843.676.8529

The purpose of the Human Services Student Organization is for students to participate in community service projects, connect with peers and engage with professionals in Human Services and related public service fields.

Faculty Advisor: Brantlee Haire | 843.661.8046

Faculty Advisor: Chris Thomas | 843.661.8073

The mission of the South Carolina Early Childhood Association (SCECA) is to enhance knowledge, advance evidence based practices, and provide leadership to increase public understanding and support for policy that results in high quality early care and education for every child from birth to age eight in South Carolina.

Faculty Advisor: Elizabeth Crow | 843.661.8132

Join the Chess Club!

Let Student Life know if you're interested in joining any of these:

  • Anime Club
  • Gospel Choir
  • Spades Club


Interested in creating a new club on campus?

Student Organization Application

Stinger's Nest Food Pantry

The Stinger's Nest Food Pantry helps provide for the needs of our students through gathering and sharing quality food with students and staff who have need. The food bank is located on the first floor of the 5000 Building. Fill out the application below and return to the Student Life office or email to Donations and volunteers are always welcome, please coordinate with our Student Life staff.

Stinger's Nest Food Pantry Application

Still have questions? Contact Us!


FDTC Main Campus
Building 100
Room 110A


Phone: 843.676.8590