All prospective and accepted students should sign up for a Program Info Session.
These sessions offer you a chance to learn about the application process, program requirements, testing, and registration. You also get an opportunity to talk with faculty, tour the labs, and get your questions answered.
Seating for each session is limited, so sign up as soon as you can.
Some programs only offer the Information Meeting during Fall and Spring semesters. If an Information Meeting is not available for your program please sign up for a tour of the college. We strongly encourage that you review your specific program web pages that are available under the Programs and Majors section of the SCTCC website.
Choose a program category from the list below to see available info session dates:
Post Secondary Enrollment Option.
AA Program / MnTC (Liberal Arts and Sciences)
Associate in Arts Program and Minnesota Transfer Curriculum.
Business and Information Technology
Programs include: Accounting, Accounting Clerk, Administrative Assistant (Medical and Legal Options), Advertising Communication and Design, Advertising Web Page Designer, Business Management, Child, Adult Care & Education, Computer Programmer, Culinary Arts, Finance and Credit, Health Data Specialist, Health Information Technology, Legal Administrative Assistant, Network Administration, Paralegal, Paraprofessional, PC Specialist, Sales and Management.
Programs include: Architectural Construction Technology, Carpentry, Electrical Construction Technology, Heating and Air Conditioning-Residential, Heating and Air Conditioning-Commercial, Land Surveying and Civil Engineering, Plumbing, Water Environment Technologies.
Programs include: Cardiovascular Technology, Dental Assistant, Dental Hygienist, Paramedicine, Sonography, Surgical Technology, Nursing and A.D.N.
Programs include: Biomedical, Electronics Technician, Energy Technical Specialist, Industrial Electronics Technician, Instrumentation and Process Control, Mechanical Design (CADD) Technology, Machine Tool Technology, Welding/Fabrication.
Information for Transportation Technology programs, which include: Auto Body Collision Technology, Automotive Service Technician, Medium/Heavy Truck Technician.