Info Sessions

Thank you for your interest in St. Cloud Technical and Community College! Info Sessions are a great way to learn more about the admission process, program requirements, how to register for classes or any other questions you may have for us! We offer both in-person and virtual sessions for many of our programs.

If your session is offered on campus, registration will be limited to 10 students and 1 guest (for a total of 20 people). Guests will be required to wear a mask and complete a health screening questionnaire which can be found at while on campus.

If you are unable to attend an Info Session, the Admission staff are still available to speak with you via phone by calling 320-308-5089 or by virtual appointments (using ZOOM technology). To request a virtual appointment, please email us at and let us know a day and time that works for you. We will email you a meeting request for a specific date and time to discuss your questions. You will need internet access (either on computer or phone) to participate in a ZOOM appointment.

We look forward to speaking with you in person in the near future.

The Admissions Team

Choose a program category from the list below to see available info session dates:

Post Secondary Enrollment Option.

Exploring Majors and Careers
Are you career confused? Let our professional advisors help you discover what career might be right for you! Open to all students.

Business, Information Technology, and Education
Programs include: Accounting, Accounting Clerk, Business Management, Computer Programmer, Culinary Arts, Cyber Security, Data Analytics Tecnician, Early Childhood Education, Education, Finance, Marketing and Design, Network Administration, Sales Management Marketing, Special Education.

Construction Technology
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.

Health Programs
Programs include: Biomedical Equipment Technology, Cardiovascular Technology, Dental Assistant, Dental Hygienist, Health Information Technology, Medical Coding, Paramedicine, Sonography, Surgical Technology, Nursing Assistant, Nursing and A.D.N.

Manufacturing Technology
Programs include: CNC and Advanced Machining, Computer-Aided Design Manufacturing, Computer-Aided Mechanical Design, Electronics Technician, Energy Technical Specialist, Industrial Electronics Technician, Instrumentation and Process Control, Mechatronics, Robotics and Automation, Welding/Fabrication.

Liberal Arts (AA Degree) and Transfer Studies
AA, Transfer Studies, Minnesota Transfer Curriculum, Biology Transfer Pathway, Business Transfer Pathway, Elementary Education Transfer Pathway, Engineering Broad Field Transfer Pathway, Psychology Transfer Pathway, Theatre Transfer Pathway, Spanish Transfer Pathway, Special Education Transfer Pathway.

Transportation Technology
Information for Transportation Technology programs, which include: Auto Body Collision Technology, Automotive Service Technician, Medium/Heavy Truck Technician.