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Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology has a 92% job placement rate for graduates. In many of the programs, 100% of the graduates find jobs upon graduation.
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a premier residential, two-year, accredited technical college that educates Pennsylvania’s economically and socially disadvantaged as well as other qualiﬁed students for skilled employment in a diverse, ever-changing workforce and for full effective participation as citizens. Stevens has expanded from its original student body of 15 to over 875 students who are enrolled in 20 high-skill, high-wage technical programs. Over 90% of the College’s graduates have remained in the Commonwealth since its founding in 1905. Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology is Pennsylvania’s only state-owned, two-year college of technology. Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology was recognized by the Aspen Institute, an independent research panel, as one of the top 120 two-year colleges in the country for three consecutive years. Thaddeus Stevens College was the only two-year, technical college in Pennsylvania recognized by the Aspen Institute.
Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology educates Pennsylvania’s economically and socially disadvantaged as well as other qualiﬁed students for skilled employment in a diverse, ever-changing workforce and for full effective participation as citizens.
Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology will be the best two-year technical college of its kind by adding value to the lives of our students so that they will ﬁnd skilled employment, be effective citizens, and reach their full potential. The College is owned by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania residency required to apply.
Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology offers 20 innovative technical-based majors that educate and train students for many different job opportunities. Knowledge and skills enable graduates of the programs to excel in their lives, both professionally and personally. Major classes allow students the opportunity to learn from instructors who have had ample experience in the industries they are teaching and provide a unique, hands-on, project-based curriculum. The hands-on nature of the programs allow students the experience, problem solving ability and the skills that will be used throughout their careers. Accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, some Thaddeus Stevens graduates choose to pursue higher level degrees at four year colleges and universities.
Associate Degree Programs: Architectural Technology Automotive Technology Business Administration Cabinetmaking and Wood Technology Carpentry Technology Collision Repair Technology Computer Aided Drafting Technology Computer and Network Systems Administration Electrical Technology Electro-Mechanical Technology (Mechatronics) Electronic Engineering Technology Â Graphic Communications and Printing Technology Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Machine Tool and Computer Aided Manufacturing Masonry Construction Technology Mechanical Engineering Technology Metals Fabrication and Welding Technology Plumbing Technology Residential Remodeling Water & Environmental Technology
Certificate Programs: Construction Electrician General Machine Masonry Construction Metalcasting/Foundry
affordable Thaddeus Stevens College is aware that the cost of education often places a financial strain on both the student and their family. Originally founded to benefit the State’s indigent orphans, Stevens works to serve economically disadvantaged and tuition-paying students. The Stevens Grant assists students who are financially disadvantaged. To be eligible, students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Those who qualify for the Federal Pell Grant will be awarded the Stevens Grant. The Stevens Grant covers the following costs: Commuter students receive: Resident students receive: Tuition Tuition 5-Day Meal Plan Dorm Room $250/semester book allowance 7-Day Meal Plan $250/semester book allowance
For students who do not qualify for the Stevens Grant, the Financial Aid Office assists by obtaining financial assistance through a variety of programs, including: • Grants from the Pennsylvania Higher Education Assistance Agency (PHEAA) • Student Loans (Stafford) • Parent Loans (PLUS)
• VA Approved Loans • Outside Scholarships • Alternative Loans
For questions or details regarding financial aid at Thaddeus Stevens College, please contact the Financial Aid Office at: 1-800-842-3832 or firstname.lastname@example.org
sports and activities
At Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology, we recognize the importance athletics can play in a student’s life. From a recreational to an educational opportunity, athletics provide personal growth and leadership skills and help to emphasize the importance of teamwork both on and off the field.
The intercollegiate Athletics Program at Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology includes: • Basketball • Cross Country (men & women) • Football
• Track & Field (men & women) • Wrestling
A variety of intramural sports are offered as well, including dodgeball, volleyball and one-on-one basketball.
Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology offers a wide array of activities for students. Among them are: American Institute of Architectural Students (AIAS) American Design and Drafting Association (ADDA) Black Student Union Building Industry Association Boxing Club/Powerlifting Latino Scholars Outdoor Club Phi Theta Kappa
Power Source Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) Rube Goldberg Society Student Congress Skills USA Tech Phi Tech Women in Technology and Trade (WITT) Yearbook Staff (Stevensonian)
apply yourself Thaddeus Stevens College provides educational opportunities and life experiences to individuals who have the intent, desire, and ability to seek an advanced technical education. Because each program area requires different abilities, admissions standards vary from program to program.
How to apply: Submit an application online at www.stevenscollege.edu/ application Submit the $45 application fee (waiver forms available for those who qualify ﬁnancially) Submit a transcript of high school and/or college grades or a copy of GED scores and GED document (high school transcripts should include PSSA/Keystone Exam) If available, submit SAT scores (these are not necessary, however can be considered) Information for Applicants: Enrollment Services Ofﬁce 1-800-842-3832 or 717-299-7701 750 East King Street Hartzell Building Lancaster, PA 17602 Ofﬁce Hours: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday – Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Summer; Holidays Website: www.stevenscollege.edu
Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology will not discriminate in its educational programs, activities, or employment practices on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, age, religion, ancestry, union Announcement of this policy is in accordance with state and federal laws, including Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Sections 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the American Disabilities Act of 1991.
> where we are Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology is located in southcentral Pennsylvania, just blocks from downtown Lancaster. The College is approximately 71 miles west of Philadelphia and 38 miles east of Harrisburg. Tours of the campus are available upon request. Tour times are: Tuesday and Wednesday: 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. To schedule a tour of the campus, please call 717-299-7772.
Directions to Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology
Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology is located at the east end of Lancaster on King Street (Rt. 462) the main thoroughfare for travel east. From York or West via Route 30: Take Route 30 East to the Route 23 West, (Walnut St. Exit). (See directions from Route 23 Exit.) From Philadelphia and South Eastern PA via Route 30: Proceed West on Route 30 to Route 462 West. Continue on Route 462 West to the campus, far left hand corner at light at King and Broad Streets. From the Pennsylvania Turnpike: Exit the Turnpike at Lancaster/Reading (Exit 286) and proceed South on Route 222 to Route 30 East. Take Route 30 East to the Route 23 West, (Walnut St. Exit). (See directions from Route 23 Exit.) From Philadelphia and North: Follow Pennsylvania Turnpike to Exit 286. Exit the Turnpike at Lancaster/Reading (Exit 286) and proceed South on Route 222 to Route 30 East. Take Route 30 East to the Route 23 West, (Walnut St. Exit). (See directions from Route 23 Exit.) From South via Route 272: Proceed North on Route 272 to the center of Lancaster. Turn right on East King Street and continue to the campus. From Harrisburg or via Route 283: Take Route 283 East to Route 30 East to the Route 23 West, (Walnut St. Exit). (See directions form Route 23 Exit.) From Pittsburgh—North and West: Exit the Turnpike at Harrisburg West (Exit 19) and proceed East on Route 283 to Route 30 East. Take Route 30 East to Route 23 West (Walnut St. Exit). (See directions from Route 23 Exit.) From Route 23 (Walnut St. Exit): Turn right off exit ramp, at the third traffic light turn left on Broad Street, cross over King Street and turn Right into admissions parking lot. [ 7
Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology offers a two-year education in a four-year setting. The 32-acre campus offers many amenities in addition to state-of-the-art classrooms and labs.
Thaddeus Stevens College offers on-campus housing in six residence halls. Each building offers local telephone service, internet access, cable television and air conditioning.
Jones Dining Hall
Thaddeus Stevens College offers a spacious and comfortable dining hall that serves meals seven days a week.
The Womenâ€™s Center at Thaddeus Stevens College offers resources for women both on campus and within the community to empower them with the skills, confidence and knowledge to successfully seek career opportunities.
Kenneth W. Schuler Learning Resources Center (LRC)
The purpose of the LRC is to provide information resources and services necessary for promoting the academic mission of the school. This is a Wi-Fi facility. Onsite tutoring is also available.
Multipurpose Activity Center (MAC)
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The MAC is a 61,000 square foot activity center which houses a gymnasium, two raquetball courts, an elevated 110-meter track, coaching offices, a training center, locker rooms and a state-ofthe-art fitness center, complete with free weights and various other workout equipment.
Our newly renovated Branch Campus.
King Street Orange Street
East End Avenue 14
Academic Drive 8
New Dauphin Street
1. Mellor Building 2. Kreider Building 3. Leonard Building 4. Woolworth Building 5. Snyder Building 6. Multipurpose Activity Center 7. Brenner Hall 8. Schuler Learning Resource Center (LRC) 9. Bourne Hall 10. Metzger Hall 11. Armstrong Hall 12. Herrington Hall 13. Schwalm Student Center 14. Hartzell Building 15. Jones Dining Hall 16. Maintenance Building 17. Bevilacqua Field 18. Alumni Association and Thaddeus Stevens Foundation/ Tom Cence Building College Store 19. Office of Advancement 20. Branch Campus Pâ€“Parking Lot
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Pennsylvania’s only state-owned, two-year college of technology. Pennsylvania residency is required for admission.