Governor Cox Visits Southwest Tech

Governor Spencer Cox visited Southwest Technical College to participate in the Cedar City Business & Innovation Center ribbon-cutting ceremony and to hold a special meeting with regional college access advisors.

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Our goal at Southwest Technical College (Southwest Tech) is to help you gain the technical skills required for success in today’s dynamic workforce. We develop programs with ongoing involvement from our business and industry partners and quickly adapt as the workplace and business environment changes. Many of our programs are self-paced and competency-based, providing individualized instruction.

Come be part of the Southwest Tech family! The education and experience you gain will lead to both personal and professional growth.

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We have multiple accredited college programs for adult students to help them gain the skills to start or advance in their careers. Click here to explore.

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High school students can take college courses that also count toward high school CTE credit. Learn more.

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We also offer community and employer training classes for occupational training purposes. Click here to explore.

Governor Cox Visits Southwest Tech

Governor Cox Visits Southwest Tech

Governor Spencer Cox visited Southwest Tech to participate in the ribbon-cutting ceremony of the Cedar City Business & Innovation Center. The Innovation Center serves as a business launch hub to give entrepreneurs access to guidance, mentorship, potential funding,...

Annual Notice: 2021-2022

Annual Notice: 2021-2022

As a condition of the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended (HEA), and other statutes that require postsecondary educational institutions to report and disclose certain consumer information, all students, faculty, and staff are being provided this Annual Notice. ...

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