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LAKE OZARK — In a ceremony on Nov. 10, State Tech Vice President of Academic Affairs Angie Gaines was among 32 leaders from organizations across the state who graduated from Leadership … more
BIGFOOT aims for the sky as State Tech alum Eric Steinberg put on a show on Saturday at the college’s open house. Eric, a graduate of State Tech, met with Linn elementary students on … more
State Tech employees, friends of the college, students, and industry partners gathered on Thursday for a ribbon-cutting to celebrate the opening of the newly constructed Commercial Turf & Grounds … more
State Tech’s annual PowerUp and Marketplace event held Monday on the Osage County Community Center patio drew more than 1,000 incoming students, with 25 local businesses, churches, and … more
State Tech on Tuesday welcomed a record-breaking 2,200 students to campus, an 8% increase over last year and the sixth straight year for record first-year enrollment. It comes just days after being … more
With the new fall semester just days away, State Technical College of Missouri has been ranked the number one college in the nation by WalletHub (a personal finance website) for the fourth straight … more
State Tech President Dr. Strong is pleased with the project at the Osage Country Club, which is on target for completion next spring. “The clubhouse replacement is a massive project, and it … more
More than 300 Scouts of America will gather at State Technical College of Missouri on Saturday for the Merit Badge University, hosted for the 21st year by Linn Troop 17.  The day will begin … more
LINN  — State Tech President Dr. Strong praised the efforts of all involved for the college’s continued success. “We are seeing retention getting better, and the graduation … more
State Tech Regents on Friday approved a 5% salary increase, effective July 1, and agreed to invest another $50,000 to a fund designed to make salaries equitable. President Dr. Shawn Strong said … more
A golf tournament with elements of “The Amazing Race” resulted in the State Tech Cup on May 19, as 16 teams participated in competitions across the Linn campus. Contests revolved around … more
State Tech will present diplomas to a record-breaking 747 students on Saturday in three ceremonies, at 9 a.m., noon, and 3 p.m., at the State Tech Activity Center. The college has never missed an … more
Eric Steinberg is set to graduate later this month from State Tech with his second degree, but more importantly, he’s been able to live his dream as a driver of the famous BIGFOOT monster … more
SkillsUSA Missouri Director Christy McElwain said last week’s event at State Tech made a huge impact on students and advisors alike as the first in-person state conference in two years drew … more
Among the more than 70 competitions at last week’s SkillsUSA Missouri State Conference at State Tech were Auto Collision and robotics. Three State Tech students — Shiann Goon, Hunter … more
State Tech Regents at a special meeting last Tuesday, March 29, changed banking institutions, selecting First State Community Bank of Farmington to complete the deal at an interest rate of 3.07% over … more
Gov. Mike Parson at Tuesday’s workforce and higher education roundtable discussion with area leaders and representatives from State Technical College, East Central College, and Missouri … more
State Tech students Mason Zollman of Lathrop, and Eric Estrada of Columbia have been selected to attend the Missouri Governor’s Student Leadership Forum to be held Feb. 25-27 in Jefferson … more
State Tech VP of External Relations Shannon M. Grus is thrilled with last week’s career expo as about 290 industry partners were on hand to showcase their companies and talk to students about … more
State Technical College of Missouri has a long history of providing the best education for trade students in the state, and that tradition continues with this year’s classes in the Automotive … more
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