Saint Paul College
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|Type||Public community and technical college|
|Chancellor||Dr. Steven Rosenstone (MnSCU)|
|President||Dr. Rassoul Dastmozd|
|Address||[235 Marshall Avenue
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102], St. Paul, Minnesota, USA
Saint Paul College - A Community and Technical College, is a two-year college located in Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States serving more than 11,000 students in the Minneapolis-Saint Paul metropolitan area. Saint Paul College is part of the Minnesota State Colleges and University System (MnSCU). The school offers associate degree programs, and certificate & diploma programs in areas such as; accounting, marketing, web design, culinary, carpentry, auto repair, business, fine arts, and nursing.
The College employs 114 full-time faculty, 140 part-time faculty, 164 staff members, and 16 members of the administration. The average student age is 29.
Education for Employment… Education for Life. Saint Paul College offers comprehensive learning opportunities in both career and transfer education to enhance personal knowledge and advance economic opportunity for the benefit of a diverse population of constituents which includes students, business/industry/labor and the community.
Saint Paul College will be a leader in providing comprehensive life-long learning through innovative and quality-focused strategies and services.
Saint Paul College is located in the Cathedral Hill neighborhood near downtown St. Paul. Its current campus is 520,968 square feet with one building. The College will open a new building in 2017 called the Saint Paul College Health and Science Alliance Center which will serve as the primary space for the College’s STEM and health career programs.
Saint Paul College was founded in 1910 as a boy’s vocational high school. In 1966, the College moved into its current facility and became Saint Paul Technical Vocational Institute, or Saint Paul TVI. In 2002, the College added liberal arts programs to its curriculum and changed its name to Saint Paul College – A Community & Technical College.
In 2010 and 2013, Saint Paul College was ranked America’s Best Community College by Washington Monthly magazine citing student engagement and student-faculty interaction.