At A Glance

 

 

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Five programs at Hennepin Technical College (HTC) are among the best in the nation, according to the 2020 Best Colleges list from GradReports.

  • HTC’s Information Technology ranked No. 2
  • Heating, Ventilation, Cooling and Refrigeration (HVAC-R) ranked No. 3
  • Accounting ranked No. 4
  • Culinary Arts ranked No. 12
  • Automotive Technology ranked No. 13

 

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National Ranking Improves

  • Ranked 22nd nationally for granting Associate's degrees for minorities in Engineering Technology (Source: Diverse Magazine, December 2019)
  • Ford ASSET program ranked No. 1 nationally by Ford Motor company in 2019
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Leading in value & affordability

Average annual cost of tuition & fees (FY 19/20)

 

High Jobs Placement

99% of students find jobs in their field of study

 

Partnerships with Employers

500+ industry partners recruit and hire our students and graduates

 

Readers' Choice Awards

Voted "Best Technical College and Best Vocational School" Readers' Choice Awards from Sun Newspapers

 

 

  HTC has one of the most diverse student populations in Minnesota

 

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Part-time students and full-time students

26%

First Generation Students

46%

of our attendees are students of color

62%

of students are from underrepresented populations

27  

Average age of our students

45+

Programs of Study

 

 Minnesota Location

Campus locations

Brooklyn Park  |  Eden Prairie

 

Top Counties Served

Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin, Ramsey, Scott, Sherburne, Wright 

Recognition

  • White House Healthy Campus
  • 2017 Ranked 22nd nationally for granting Associate's degrees for minorities in Engineering Technology (Source: Diverse Magazine, December 2019)
  • 2 years in a row Minnesota State Board of Trustees Educator of the Year Award
    • 2018 - Kerry Norling, Communications faculty
    • 2017 - Joan Bernard, CCIS faculty
  • Dale P. Parnell Distinguished Faculty recognition by the American Association of Community Colleges,
    • 2018 - Joan Bernard, CCIS faculty
    • 2019 - Brad Thorpe,  ARET faculty
  • "Beyond The Yellow Ribbon" college with veterans clubs and resources on each campus