Universities with programs in
Heavy Equipment Technology
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23 universities found
Rend Lake College
Rend Lake College is located on the north shore of beautiful Rend Lake. Students at Rend Lake College enjoy the small class sizes and personalized instruction from a college small enough to get to know you on a personal basis, but large enough to meet your educational needs. RLC offers a wide variety of degree programs and occupational certificates from our advanced technology division to our Paul…
Linn State Technical College
Linn State Technical College is a small, Midwestern caring community dedicated to the development of the potential of each student. Class sizes are purposely kept small to encourage adequate individual attention and faculty-student interaction.
Linn-Benton Community College
LBCC's 104-acre Albany campus is just two miles south of Albany, Oregon, and 11 miles east of Corvallis. The campus houses a learning resource center, bookstore, 500-seat theater, library, conference facility, and student lounge/recreation rooms. Dining facilities include a cafeteria, a cafe and a restaurant operated by students in the Culinary Arts program.
Long Beach City College
On behalf of our entire college family, welcome to Long Beach City College! It is our job to provide excellence in education in a student centered environment.
Fort Peck Community College
Fort Peck Community College believes that the opportunity for higher education must be provided on the reservation. Since many of the people choose not to leave their homeland, it is necessary that education be brought to them. FPCC is committed to preserving Indian culture, history, and beliefs, and to perpetuating them among the Indian people of all ages. FPCC promotes self-awareness through edu…
Guilford Technical Community College
GTCC is a two-year accredited community college. It opened in 1958 with 50 students and two classes as the Guilford Industrial Education Center on the site of the Guilford County Tuberculosis Sanatorium, which had operated from 1924 to 1955.
Trinidad State Junior College
Trinidad State Junior College's Valley Campus is nestled in the south central portion of the San Luis Valley in the bustling city of Alamosa, Colorado. The Valley Campus is ideally located for taking full advantage of outdoor activities like fishing, hunting, skiing, hiking, backpacing, mountain biking and windsurfing. It is close to the excitement of Denver and the cultural charm of Albuquerq…
Metropolitan Community College
Metro was created in 1974 when the Nebraska State Legislature consolidated the original eight technical community college areas into six. That year, the programs, personnel, assets and liabilities of the former Omaha Nebraska Technical Community College Area merged with the Eastern Nebraska Technical Community College Area under a new name: the “Metropolitan Technical Community College Area.” In 1…
Mid-State Technical College
Welcome to Mid-State Technical College! MSTC serves the diverse and changing educational needs of central Wisconsin communities. We're here to help you reach you goals, whatever they may be. MSTC offers a range of opportunities for people in all walks of life: for recent high school graduates just beginning their college experience, for those wishing to transfer to a four-year college or un…
Miles Community College
Miles Community College was founded in 1939. For almost 20 years, the College, then titled Custer County Junior College, operated out of a few rooms in the local public high school. In 1957, the College moved into the former Milwaukee Railroad Depot building. Miles Community College promotes student success and lifelong learning through accessible, quality programs and community partnerships.
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