Minnesota State College Southeast Technical

Minnesota State College Southeast Technical

Initially, a vocational-technical school was founded in Winona, Minnesota, in the year 1949. It was under the Minnesota Technical Institute System, which in 1989 became the Minnesota Technical College System. The Winona Technical College merged with the Red Wing Technical College in 1992. Together they came to be known as the Minnesota State College-Southeast Technical from 1999. The institute is under the Minnesota State College and University System.

At Minnesota State College-Southeast Technical Winona, students can choose from more than 70 degrees, certificates, and diploma programs. Courses are offered in the fields of business, office, and information technology, transportation, musical instrument repair, technology, health and human services , and trades .

Minnesota State College-Southeast Technical Winona supports a large number of student organizations. Students are members of on-campus clubs such as the Business Professionals of America, Delta Epsilon Chi, SkillsUSA - VICA, and Student Senate.

Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

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