Hennepin Technical College

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Founded in 1972, Hennepin Technical College is a public technical school, with two campuses in suburban Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal rated the school as one of the state's top 10 colleges in their July 2009 edition.

Hennepin Technical College
Hennepin Technical College
Type Public, two-year technical college
Established 1972 (1972)
President Dr. Merrill Irving Jr.
Students 5582[1]
Undergraduates 5582

Brooklyn Park 45°05′48″N 93°23′50″W / 45.0966478°N 93.3970926°W / 45.0966478; -93.3970926[2]

Eden Prairie 44°50′07″N 93°26′37″W / 44.8353217°N 93.4436244°W / 44.8353217; -93.4436244[3], Minnesota, United States
Campus Suburban
Colors Orange & Gray         
Affiliations MnSCU, NJCAA, ICCAC
Website http://www.hennepintech.edu


The college awards Associate in Applied Sciences degrees, diplomas and certificates in the following areas of study

  • Business & Information Technology
  • Construction & Building
  • Education
  • Emergency & Public Safety
  • Floral and Landscape
  • Health
  • Manufacturing & Engineering Technology
  • Media and Communications
  • Service Industry
  • Transportation

Customized training[edit]

Hennepin Technical College also works closely with community partners to provide customized training in areas such as culinary arts and fire protection.

Campus life[edit]

Several student clubs and organizations are active and sponsored by Hennepin Technical College, including Phi Theta Kappa, Pangea Multicultural Club, Student Life Board, SkillsUSA, Veteran Student Club, Gay-Straight Alliance and the HTC Student Senate.


  1. ^ http://www.braintrack.com/college/u/hennepin-technical-college
  2. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Hennepin Technical College - Brooklyn Park Campus
  3. ^ U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Hennepin Technical College - Eden Prairie Campus

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