Dunwoody College

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.

Experience Dunwoody College

Attend an Open House

Dunwoody College holds an Open House every month. Learn more about the well-paying careers available to those with technical degrees. Talk with faculty about what programs match best with your interests, skills, and career goals. Tour our shops, labs, and studio spaces.

Dunwoody College Events

Monday
Jan 17
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (Campus Closed)
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Monday
Jan 24
Start of Spring 2022 Semester
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Thursday
Feb 3
LEAD Speaker Series: Julie Snow
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Monday
Feb 21
President’s Day 2022 (Campus Closed)
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Dunwoody’s new School of Design

The School of Design is uniquely structured to provide students with a combination of technical expertise and creative practice. Coursework is project-based, with a focus on the entire creative process, from research and ideation through final production.

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Dunwoody Dean featured at 2021 Minnesota SAY IT LOUD exhibition

Dunwoody’s Dean of the School of Design Trevor Bullen, AIA, NOMA is one of those featured designers at the 2021 juried exhibition at Goldstein Museum of Design.

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Celebrating women in technical fields Nov. 17

The Annual Kate Dunwoody Luncheon will raise scholarship dollars Wednesday, Nov. 17.

Generation Do

Congratulations to these #BornToDo students! Link in Bio.
Studying issues of public health, equity, climate change, justice and proposed various public urban interventions in downtown Minneapolis, fourth-year Bachelor of #Architecture students in Molly Reichert's studio last semester reimagined the Minneapolis 2040 Comprehensive Plan and its policies for the post-pandemic city. The studio involved architects, landscape architects, planners, historians and place makers in the research, design, and review of the work.  We thought we would highlight a few. Here is student Greg Niles vision.
Dunwoody is closed in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
So you may be asking yourself what does a photo of Abraham Lincoln and surveying equipment have in common?
Here is a little fun Friday trivia for you: #OnThisDay in 1834, Abraham Lincoln performed his first survey of record in Illinois for a man named Russell Godbey. He was paid two buckskins. Today surveyors are in high demand and can earn much more than that.  With an average of 32.7 job inquiries per graduate, Dunwoody has a 100 percent placement rate for graduates in our #Surveying & Civil Engineering Technology program.
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Make Curiosity A Career

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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