FDTC opens Tech College in Mullins with $400,000 in funding from MCHF
FLORENCE, S.C. -- Florence-Darlington Technical College’s Mullins Technology Center will unveil a 3,000 square-foot renovation Aug. 5 at the college's Mullins campus at 109 South Main Street. A ribbon cutting ceremony will feature FDTC President Dr. Ben Dillard and members of the Marion County Healthcare Foundation which contributed $400,000 to fund the renovations.
The new instructional areas will increase the size of the Mullins site to 11,000 square feet in the heart of downtown Mullins.
The new construction is a building next to the College’s site that formerly housed a substation for the Mullins Police Department.
Workers were able to construct a door to join the two buildings together.
The addition features new classrooms and added biology labs which will keep many students in Mullins instead of having to travel to the main campus in Florence. The renovation also has space for a Certified Nursing Assistants program.
The Mullins Technology Center allows students to take classes and labs leading to diplomas, certificates and associate degrees.
For more information about the Mullins Technology Center and its renovations, contact Site Director Marie Ferguson via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (843) 676-8558.