St. Paul College - A Community and Technical College
State Community / Technical College
235 Marshall Ave, St. Paul, MN, 55102-1800
Distance: 898 Miles
College that offers two-year degree and vocational education programs. Students can earn associate degrees, diplomas and certificates. Associate degrees may be transferred to a four-year university. Job training programs are also available.
This school is part of Minnesota State, a system of public higher education in the state of Minnesota. There are 30 technical and community colleges in the state and seven state universities.
St. Paul College provides full-time programs as well as evening part-time extension classes.
Programs offered at the school are:
* Business Programs
* Career and Technical Education Programs
* Liberal and Fine Arts
* Health Science Programs
* Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) & Liberal Arts
* Wellness and Service Programs
* Continuing Education
The College focuses on advanced technology to enhance curriculum and the learning experience. Classrooms are equipped with state-of-the-art technology and there is free Wi-Fi access campus-wide.
The campus provides support services that include academic support and free tutoring, computer labs, access and disability services, retention services, transfer services, career services and a free online job posting access.
The "Power of You" scholarship program provides qualified students graduating from Minneapolis or St. Paul public schools the opportunity to attend Saint Paul College tuition-free.
Open admissions policy. Anyone with a high school diploma or GED may enroll.
Tuition varies for each program. Financial aid packages are available.
Anoka, Carver, Chisago, Dakota, Hennepin, Isanti, Ramsey, Scott, and Washington counties
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HD-6000.1300-650Public Colleges/Universities Definition
Postsecondary educational institutions supported by public funds that offer the highest possible level of formal learning in various fields and disciplines for people who meet entry level requirements and are interested in an advanced education. Included are public colleges and universities that offer a four year, undergraduate course of study, which award a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) or a Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree to successful graduates; and those that offer postgraduate study at masters or doctorate levels in addition to an undergraduate program.
HD-6000.1500Community Colleges Definition
Public postsecondary educational institutions, commonly organized into two-year programs, which offer instruction that has been adapted in content, level and schedule to meet the needs of the community in which they are located. Community colleges (also known as junior colleges) generally offer a comprehensive curriculum which includes basic liberal arts and sciences with transfer, occupational, general education and adult education components. The program awards an Associates in Arts (A.A.) certificate to those who successfully complete the requirements.
HD-6000.9000Technical/Trade Schools Definition
Postsecondary educational institutions that offer training in specific technical occupations and skilled and semiskilled trades for individuals who have graduated from high school or the equivalent and have completed prerequisite postsecondary science and mathematics courses. Included are programs that prepare people for careers in areas as diverse as business, cosmetology, computer science, allied health occupations, auto mechanics, building trades and manufacturing.
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Programs that enable students who demonstrate financial need to obtain the financial assistance they require to meet their educational and living expenses while in school. Most students receive a financial aid package which includes aid from a combination of sources that may include loans, scholarships, grants, work-study awards, and fellowships or assistantships for graduate students. Also included are programs that help current and former students make arrangements to defer, repay or obtain forgiveness for student loans.
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Individuals who are generally between the ages of 18 and 25 depending on the ages that specific programs use for qualification.
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Individuals who are enrolled in classes or courses of study in colleges or universities that are part of the formal education system.