Dunwoody College of Technology, founded as the Dunwoody Institute in 1914, merged with the NEI College of Technology in 2003, and came to be known as the Dunwoody College of Technology. The college campus covers 15 acres of land in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Classes are also offered at the McNamara Center.
Dunwoody College of Technology offers associate's degrees in applied science, bachelor's degrees in science, and a number of vocational training courses. Certificates and diploma programs are also available.
Students of Dunwoody College of Technology are offered extensive financial assistance. The college awards deserving candidates Pfund Scholarships, the Dunwoody Outstanding Student the Award, Lavon H. Cooper Scholarship, the Mary Jane Young Scholarship, the Minnesota Indian Scholarship Program, the Achieve Scholarship, and the B Davis Scholarship.
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