Automotive Collision Technology
Automation & Robotics Technology
Electronics Engineering Technology
Heavy Equipment Technology
Medium/Heavy Truck Technology
Precision Machining Technology
Commercial Turf & Grounds Management
Civil Construction Technology
Civil Engineering Technology
Drafting and Design Engineering Technology
Electrical Distribution Systems
Electric Power Generation Technology
Heating, Ventilation, & Air Conditioning Technology
Utility Systems Technician
Computer Application Development
Dental Assisting Technology
Heavy Equipment Operations
Medical Radiologic Technology
Networking Systems Technology
Nursing (Associate Degree in Nursing)
Physical Therapist Assistant
Practical Nursing Technology
Please note: Face masks are recommended but not required on Graduation Day.
Pick up details will be announced at a later date.
The State Tech Marketing team will be taking pictures all day. Students will be getting their picture taken before the ceremony and when they receive their diploma as they cross the stage. Pictures will be sent out to students after Graduation, and will be our gift to you.
The State Tech Graduation ceremonies will be streamed on multiple platforms such as Facebook, Twitch, and YouTube. Follow us on these platforms to view the live stream.
The State Tech Bookstore will be open on Graduation day from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m.! The Bookstore will be located in the Activity Center Game Room. Online ordering is also always available. Click here to visit the Bookstore online. Congratulations from the State Tech Bookstore. We are proud of you!
Restrooms will be available in the Osage County Community Center and the Activity Center.
Students that need any ADA accommodations at Graduation, should contact Katy Minnix at firstname.lastname@example.org or (573)897-5120.
Rusty Dutton has been in the construction industry for almost 25 years. After graduating from Centralia High School in 1996, Dutton began honing his skills at State Technical College of Missouri. In 1997, he graduated from the Heavy Equipment Operations program and started his career. While working primarily in heavy highway construction, Dutton has worked in multiple capacities from the field to the office leading him to his current role as manager of Capital Hauling. Dutton also serves on the Centralia R-6 Board of Education, Central Missouri Political Action Committee for the Builders’ Association, Emerging Leaders Committee for the Missouri Asphalt Pavement Association and is a Kiwanis member. Most importantly Dutton is a husband and father. Dutton and his wife, Jessica, have been married for 21 fantastic years. They are parents to Tanner, a junior in high school, and Raleigh, a seventh grader. Dutton and his family reside on their farm in Audrain County and are members of Parkview Christian Church. Outside of work and other commitments you will likely find Dutton at his children’s sporting events or working to improve his farm. Unless it is turkey or deer season, then he is hunting. Dutton also enjoys spending time with his two Labrador Retrievers, Willie and Waylon, who love riding shotgun in the ranger.