Tennesse Technology Center in Ripley, Tennessee accomodates its students and their various scheduling needs by providing flexible and accessible career training programs.
Full-time programs on campus at Tennessee Tech lead to employment in such fields as Computer Information Technology, Building Trades, Practical Nursing and Patient Care Technology. Evening degrees are also available.
Designed for those with especially busy schedules, online programs are offered in Administrative Assisting, Medical Transcription, Customer Service and Web Development, among other fields.
Student life is geared towards helping students refine and expand upon what they’ve learned in class. Student organizations such as SkillsUSA give students the opportunity to practice professional skills in a group setting.
Admission requirements to Tennessee Tech include a high school diploma or GED.
Financial aid options, which include scholarships and loans, are awarded to eligible students and may be discussed with a Tennessee Tech financial aid officer.
Quick Facts about Tennessee Technology Center at Ripley
Small Town Setting
Small (Under 2,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
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