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Rochester Community and Technical College

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Name:
Rochester Community and Technical College
City:
Rochester
State:
MN
Nickname:
Yellowjackets 
Type:
Public
Website URL:
http://www.roch.edu/
Athletics URL:
http://www.rctc.edu/athletics
Student Body:
Coed
Degrees:
Certificates, Diplomas, Associate, Bachelor's (also offers 13 programs that lead to a bachelor's degree with Winona State University or University of Minnesota)
In State Tuition
$$4,800
Out of State Tuition:
$$8,500
Total Undergraduates:
5,862
Male %:
%
Female %:
%
Admissions Contact Info:
Mr. Troy Tynsky, Director of Admissions , Rochester Community and Technical College , 851 30th Avenue, SE , Rochester, MN 55904-4999
Phone:
507-280-3509
Toll-Free:
Fax:
507-285-7496
Total Applicants:
2,428
Admitted:
2,400
Acceptance Rate:
99%
Average GPA:
SAT Score Range:
Above 1300, 1200-1290
Middle 50% ACT:
Total Faculty:
225
Full Time:
Student/Faculty Ratio:
Majors:
Agriculture, Agriculture Operations, and Related Sciences (Greenhouse Management,Landscaping and Groundskeeping,Turf and Turfgrass Management) - Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services (Administrative Assistant and Secretarial Science,Business Administration and Management,Fashion Merchandising) - Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services (Computer Science) - Engineering (Pre-Engineering) - Engineering Technologies/Technicians (Civil Engineering Technology,Electrical, Electronic and Communications Engineering Technology,Mechanical Engineering/Mechanical Technology) - Family and Consumer Sciences/Human Sciences (Human Services) - Health Professions and Related Clinical Sciences (Clinical/Medical Laboratory Technology,Dental Hygiene,Medical Administrative Assistant and Medical Secretary,Nursing (Registered Nurse Training),Respiratory Care Therapy,Surgical Technology) - Legal Professions and Studies (Legal Administrative Assistant/Secretary) - Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities (General Studies,Liberal Arts and Sciences/Liberal Studies) - Natural Resources and Conservation (Natural Resources/Conservation) - Psychology (Developmental and Child Psychology) - Security and Protective Services (Criminal Justice/Police Science
Athletics:
Member NJCAA
Scholarship:
NonBaseball, Basketball, Football, Golf, Soccer (w), Softball, Volleyball (w), Wrestling (m)
Non-Scholarship:
Intramural:
Basketball, Football, Soccer, Softball, Table Tennis, Tennis, Volleyball
Intercollegiate:
Baseball, Basketball, Football, Golf, Soccer (w), Softball, Volleyball (w), Wrestling (m)

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