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YOU LEARN BY DOING. YOU’RE CURIOUS, DETERMINED, READY TO GET TO WORK.

HERE IS WHERE THAT’S POSSIBLE.

JOIN A COMMUNITY OF SKILLED PROBLEM SOLVERS WHO ARE PASSIONATE TO LEARN, EXPLORE, CREATE, MAKE, AND DO.

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Dunwoody College Events

Monday
Feb 19
Presidents’ Day 2024; campus closed
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Tuesday
Mar 12
Dunwoody College’s March 2024 Open House
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Monday
Mar 18
Spring break 2024: no classes; campus open
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Thursday
Apr 4
April LEAD Lecture: Suresh Krishna, CEO, Northern Tool + Equipment
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Tuesday
Apr 9
Dunwoody College’s April 2024 Open House
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We're celebrating #engineersweek all week long! Congratulations to First Robotics team @errors3130, a team of future engineers from East Ridge High School for their winning entry in our Creating the Future video contest. #BornToDo
Future #Engineers, here's what makes Dunwoody different. #ABETAccredited #technicaleducation #engineersweek #BornToDo
To celebrate #EngineersWeek, we've got some exciting news for current high school juniors interested in studying #Engineering. We are launching Engineering NOW! an engineering-focused #PSEO track for high school seniors to jump start their college career. Classes begin in fall. Don't miss that May 30 deadline! Link to story in bio. #technicalengineering #BornToDo
#SoSatisfying 
Engineering Drafting & Design students tested how much force the bridges they designed and built from balsa wood could withstand. #technicaleducation
We ❤ you. Happy Valentine's Day.

Dunwoody Names Next President

Dunwoody College of Technology, a leader in hands-on technical education, has named Scott Stallman, Ph.D., to succeed Rich Wagner, Ph.D., as the next President of Dunwoody. Stallman, who is currently the College’s Provost, will begin his role as President in July 2024.

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In Demand Graduates

” We know our graduates are in demand and will continue to be. Which means it’s our job to attract more students to the field. These are great careers and we need more highly skilled workers to help close the skills gap in Minnesota. “

Polly Friendshuh

Dean of Construction Sciences & Building Technology


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In accordance with applicable federal and state laws, Dunwoody College of Technology does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, national origin, age, disability, marital status, genetic information, veteran status, or any other legally protected status in its education programs and activities, employment policies and practices, or any other areas of the College. For additional information, see Dunwoody’s full Notice of Non-Discrimination.