Schedule a personal campus tour or attend one of our special visit days. Attend Come See State Tech, Junior Preview Day, or a large group bus tour from your school. Call us today to schedule your visit!
To apply, submit the Application for Admission. Some programs have application deadlines and require additional admissions items. Contact Admissions for more details. You can also apply online at: www.statetechmo.edu.
Arrange to have ACT (our ACT code is 5105) or COMPASS test scores sent to STC. We use these scores for course placement and program admittance. We give the COMPASS test most Wednesday’s for a $15 fee; call us to schedule your testing appointment. To prepare for the test, visit www.act.org/compass/sample/index.html.
|COMPASS (minimum scores needed in most programs)
|| Writing – 68
||Reading – 65
|ACT (minimum scores needed in most programs)
|Math – 15
|| English – 18
||Reading – 14
|Submit an official high school transcript, GED score report, or official college transcript.
|Send application materials to:
|Office of Admissions
|State Technical College of Missouri
|One Technology Drive
|Linn, MO 65051
- Review your housing options.
Apply for on-campus housing soon! Our dorms fill on a first-come, first-served basis. There’s a separate housing application along with a roommate matching form and deposit. Your housing application isn’t valid until the deposit is received. You can print off the forms you’ll need from our website or call the Resident Manager at 573-897-5165 to find out more.
Off-Campus Rental Housing
State Tech has a list of rental properties in the community. This list is provided as a courtesy to students. State Tech is not responsible for availability, quality, or rates. Contact Admissions for a copy.
- Apply early for Scholarships & Tuition
State Tech has scholarships and tuition waivers available for incoming freshmen. There is a separate application you will need to complete. You may mail in a paper copy or apply online at www.statetechmo.edu.
Tuition Waivers waive tuition only. Should outside funding become available, it will take precedence over the college tuition waiver. Priority deadline for tuition waivers is May 1 for fall enrollment and December 1 for spring enrollment. If you will be receiving A+ benefits, you will not be eligible for State Tech internal tuition waivers.
Scholarships are corporate, endowed and privately sponsored and are often program specific. Check the scholarship application to see if you are eligible to apply for these scholarships. Deadline is February 15 unless otherwise noted.
- Complete the FAFSA form for Financial Aid.
Financial aid is available in the form of grants, loans and work study. To be considered for federal and state financial aid programs, complete and submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Forms are available through high school counselors or financial aid offices each December for the following academic year (fall, spring, and summer).
Or you can submit the FAFSA online through the Department of Education’s site: www.fafsa.ed.gov.
The State Tech FAFSA Title IV Code is 004711.
- Attend New Student Registration.
Once you’ve been admitted into a program, you’ll be invited to attend a New Student Registration session. At registration you’ll meet your faculty advisor and enroll in classes.
Visit our Bookstore to find out which books you’ll need for your classes. Many programs require tools and other supplies as well. The Bookstore can give you a complete list for your program and details about ordering them through State Tech.
- Check the mail for your bill.
Four to six weeks before classes begin you will receive a bill for your charges. Your bill is due on the first day of classes.
State Tech offers a payment plan option which allows you to pay your charges (tuition, fees, and on-campus room and board) in monthly installments. To participate in the payment plan you have to sign up ahead of time. Contact the Cashier for more details.
- Watch for your room assignment.
If you have an on-campus housing application on file with State Tech, the Resident Manager will mail you information about your room and roommate assignment. Frequently, students are placed on waiting lists for a room due to the high number of housing applications received.
- Submit final official transcripts.
We need a final official high school transcript, GED score report, or college transcript in your file. To be final, it cannot be a faxed copy. It must be mailed directly to State Tech from your school. The high school transcript must include the date of graduation and the seal/stamp from your high school.
- Transfer & Articulation Credit.
State Tech has more than 225 agreements with most area career centers in Missouri. Credits from these schools may apply toward your degree.
To receive this credit you’ll need to have your career center instructor send in the articulation forms. If you have questions, contact our Registrar.
Have you already earned college credit? Be sure to send us those official college transcripts, too. If you’re transferring from another college you’ll need to also submit the Transfer Information Form. Call Admissions for details.
- Go to New Student Orientation & Power UP.
At New Student Orientation you’ll receive vital information you’ll need to be successful at State Technical College of Missouri. Power UP is all about fun, with a free barbecue, games and prizes. You won’t want to miss it!
Semester Date Classes Begin
Fall 2014 August 26, 2014
Spring 2015 January 6, 2015
Summer 2015 May 14, 2015
FREE Tutoring & Student Email
You’ll receive information about the Academic Resource Center and learn how to activate your free student email account at enrollment! Learn more about these free services and more at New Student Orientation.