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State Technical College of Missouri

Linn, MO

One Technology Drive, Linn, MO 65051

State Technical College of Missouri is a two-year community college and trade school located in Linn, MO. Admission is obtainable for anybody, as 100% of applicants are accepted. It has a smaller sized student body with full-time enrollment of 1,093 students. State Technical College of Missouri's most frequently selected major is an Associate's in Automotive Mechanics, which amounts to 14% of students. Alternative popular choices include Construction and Heavy Equipment Operation, which accounts for 11% of students, and Electrical Engineering Technician (9%). It ranks 14th in the United States for its mechanics repair program, and first in Missouri for its building and construction program. In addition, State Technical College of Missouri places 1st in MO according to our best community colleges, best trade schools, and best value 2-year colleges lists. Without any aid, in-state tuition is $6,426 a year, but for applicants who live out of state, tuition is $10,602. Before you decide not to apply because of cost constraints, be aware that an overwhelming majority of State Technical College of Missouri undergraduates receives some financial support. 73% of State Technical College of Missouri students hang in there to commencement day, equipped to hit the job market. Two years after graduating, graduates earn an average salary of $36,200. After 4 more years working, the graduate's median earnings climbs 10.2% to $39,900; however, that is still 0.5% shy of the national median earnings for individuals. Applying students might also like to be aware that State Technical College of Missouri does not have early decision. What's more, State Technical College of Missouri does not offer evening degree programs. With respect to your pocketbook, be aware that the average undergrad spends $1,239 on books and supplies each year and State Technical College of Missouri students awarded federal grants receive $4,883 in aid on average. Related to demographics, 3% of students at State Technical College of Missouri come from households with an income between $30k and $48k and 24% of undergraduates are African American. With regard for the campus experience, meal plans are not available for undergraduates. Lastly, one out of every four graduates make a starting salary of $25,600 or less and six years after receiving their diplomas, one quarter of graduates earn $57,200 or more.



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Automotive Mechanics


Construction and Heavy Equipment Operation


Electrical Engineering Technician


Physical Therapy Technician


Heavy Equipment Maintenance Technician


Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN)


Machine and Metal Working


Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications



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