St. Cloud Technical and Community College
|Type||Public Community College|
|President||Dr. Annesa Cheek|
|Affiliations||Minnesota College Athletic Conference|
St. Cloud Technical and Community College is a community and technical college in St. Cloud, Minnesota, founded in 1948. Formerly called St. Cloud Technical College and St. Cloud Vocational Technical College (and known as "Vo-Tech"), it is part of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system. St. Cloud Technical and Community College has many types of classes and degrees to offer students. The college grants Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, and Associate of Applied Science degrees in several majors; the college also grants certificates and advanced technical certificates. Graduates have averaged 90%+ placement rates in their field of study over the past five years.
Full-time enrollment was 2,782 for the 2008-2009 academic year.
•Associate in Arts Degree •Minnesota Transfer Curriculum
•Accounting Careers •Administrative Support Careers •Advertising Communication and Design •Business Management •Computer Programming •Culinary Arts •Farm Management •Finance and Credit •Health Information Technology •Information Technology Infrastructure •Legal Support Careers •Sales and Management
•Architectural Construction Technology •Carpentry •Electrical Construction Technology •Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration •Land Surveying/Civil Engineering •Plumbing •Water Environment Technologies
Health and Human Services
•Cardiovascular Technology •Child, Adult Care & Education •Dental Assistant •Dental Hygienist •Health Care Technician •Paramedicine •Sonography •Surgical Technology
•Center for Manufacturing and Applied Engineering •Energy & Electronics •Machine Tool Technology •Mechanical Design & Manufacturing Tech. •Mechanical Design Technology •Welding/Fabrication
•Nursing Assistant (Certified) •Practical Nursing (Licensed) •Nursing (Registered)
•Auto Body Collision Technology •Automotive Service Technician •Medium/Heavy Truck Technician
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