MTC Lexington North Lake Center

Midlands Technical College Opens New Location in Lexington

Wide range of programs start in January.

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(Lexington, SC) – Midlands Technical College (MTC) will partner with Lexington School District One to offer classes in Lexington to both high school and adult learners starting in January 2024. The Lexington North Lake Center will offer full programs in IT, Health Care, Human Services, and Skilled Trades as well as general education courses. MTC’s new facility will be housed within Lexington School District One’s North Lake Community Learning Center, which was formerly the Lexington Middle School campus.

“MTC’s mission is to improve the communities we serve by offering high quality and affordable education and training opportunities to meet local workforce needs,” said Dr. Barrie Kirk, Midlands Technical College Provost. “Lexington School District One along with local business and industry have been valuable partners in this project to help MTC serve the rapidly growing community of Lexington.”

Initial academic courses being offered in the Spring 2024 semester include English composition, general psychology, introduction to theatre, and contemporary moral issues. First semester corporate training classes include the new heavy equipment operator program which was announced this past Spring, patient care technician, and computer technician certification. Individuals interested in exploring specific MTC class offerings and schedules in Lexington can visit MIDLANDSTECH.EDU/Lexington-north-lake-center.

The center will also offer on-site enrollment to help anyone with the application process, registering for a class, and completing placement testing, if needed.

MTC Lexington North Lake Center’s address is 702 North Lake Drive Lexington, SC 29072.

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