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Junior Preview Day 2019

Published on March 11, 2019

State Technical College of Missouri hosts Junior Preview Day, awards $1,000 in tuition waivers

Linn, MO – On Friday, March 1, State Technical College of Missouri (State Tech) welcomed High School Juniors throughout the state of Missouri for the (State Tech) Junior Preview Day.  

The goal of the event was to provide juniors an opportunity to learn more about State Tech in an effort to help students with their college decisions.

After touring campus and lunch, the juniors were given the opportunity to visit State Tech offices including Financial Aid, Records, Admissions, and view on campus housing.

During the forum, one tuition waiver valued at $1,000 was awarded for the high school juniors. Dalton Seabaugh, a junior from Saxony Lutheran High School, received the $1,000 tuition waiver. 

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