Spartanburg Community College Truck Driver Training Program is dedicated to preparing individuals for careers in the truck driving industry, to help meet the fast growing needs for qualified professional truck drivers. Your decision to enroll and acceptance to Spartanburg Community College Truck Driver Training Program will get you started toward a financially rewarding and gratifying career. It is our objective to help each individual reach their goal of a more secure, productive future, by becoming the kind of professional driver every company is looking for.
The school offers both CDL-A and CDL-B license programs. The CDL-A course is six weeks for a total of 240 documented instructional hours and will qualify you to drive a tractor trailer. The CDL-B is two weeks for a total of 80 documented instructional hours and will qualify you to drive a Box Truck. This comprehensive program covers:
Classes are Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., with night driving hours scheduled as necessary to meet state requirements. Prospective students must complete an application online. Tuition for the Class A CDL is $4,399, and tution for the CDL-B is $2,299.
Students may apply for financial aid through FAFSA, and the State of South Carolina also offers several unique options for funding assistance. These include the Future Scholar 529 College Savings Plan designed to help families jump-start saving for college while enjoying federal and state tax benefits, and the South Carolina Tuition Tax Credit. The school itself also offers scholarships and the SCC Emergency Fund Request to assist a student with one-time emergency needs through a designated Foundation fund, based on specific hardship circumstances and available funds (up to $500). For those eligible, this fund is also applicable toward books.
Spartanburg Community College
800 Brisack Road
Spartanburg, SC 29303
Did you know there are also paid CDL training programs available? These are truck driving schools which are owned and operated by trucking companies. They're also known as company-sponsored CDL training programs. These programs can often turn out to be free CDL training! Check out that link to learn more.
Independent truck driving schools and company-sponsored schools are both worthy of consideration and are covered thoroughly in our truck driver's career guide.
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