College of Technology Open House
One Day – Two Great Events

Kansas Technology Center – Friday, March 6, 2020

An event designed especially for students to explore technology programs at Pittsburg State University.

Event 1 – High School students and Technical School students, starting at 8:30 a.m.

Event 2 – Community College students and transfer students, starting at 10:30 a.m.

Registration

Students

If you are a student, please complete registration for the KTC Open House.

High School Student Registration

College Student Registration

Schools, Colleges or Sponsors

If you are a teacher, sponsor or administrator please register for the KTC Open House.

School Registration

Have a question? Contact us

Programs Offered in Five Areas

Agenda

Immerse yourself in the world of technology and find out about exciting career options that await after college.

  • Event 1 – High School Students
  • Event 2 – College Students

8:30 AM - 9 AM
Event Check-in

Students check in during this time period.

9 AM - 12 PM
Demonstration and Displays

See demonstrations and participate in hands-on activities associated with Open House. See listing and schedule of demonstrations

8:30 AM - 12 PM
“Information Station” for Teachers, Counselors, Parents and Students

Attendees may stop by information booths anytime throughout the day to discuss and obtain information sheets and/or brochures on a variety of topics, including:

  • Scholarship Opportunities for Students – university-wide, college-wide, and departmental scholarship opportunities, as well as outside scholarship opportunities from professional associations and trade organizations, etc. will be shared
  • BAS in Technology (__) and online BS in Workforce Development - unique 2+2 completion degree opportunities for transfer students in PSU’s College of Technology.
  • Careers in STEM, Specifically Technology and Engineering-Related –career opportunities in technology and engineering-related fields.
  • Teacher Assistance through KCCTE – information about Kansas Center for Career and Technical Education services—workshops, resources, mentoring, and coursework, for CTE teachers.
  • Military and ROTC Scholarships Opportunities – representatives available to answer questions
  • Graduate School Opportunities – representatives available to answer questions
  • PSU Information – view books, brochures, financial aid, etc. Admission representatives will be here to answer your questions.

12 PM
Open House Event Ends

10:30 AM - 12 Noon
Event Check-in

College students check in during this time period.

10:30 AM - 12 PM
Demonstration and Displays

See demonstrations and participate in hands-on activities associated with Open House. See listing and schedule of demonstrations

10:30 AM - 12 PM
“Information Station” for Community/Technical College Faculty, Counselors, and Students

Attendees may stop by information booths anytime throughout the day to discuss and obtain information sheets and/or brochures on a variety of topics, including:

  • Scholarship Opportunities for Students – university-wide, college-wide, and departmental scholarship opportunities, as well as outside scholarship opportunities from professional associations and trade organizations, etc. will be shared
  • BAS in Technology (__) and online BS in Workforce Development - unique 2+2 completion degree opportunities for transfer students in PSU’s College of Technology.
  • Careers in STEM, Specifically Technology and Engineering-Related –career opportunities in technology and engineering-related fields.
  • Teacher Assistance through KCCTE – information about Kansas Center for Career and Technical Education services—workshops, resources, mentoring, and coursework, for CTE teachers.
  • Military and ROTC Scholarships Opportunities – representatives available to answer questions
  • Graduate School Opportunities – representatives available to answer questions
  • PSU Information – view books, brochures, financial aid, etc. Admission representatives will be here to answer your questions.

12 PM - 12:30 PM
Session 1, “What Transfers Need to Know”

This session addresses questions typically asked by community/technical colleges transfer students ask; different degree program options for transfer students (e.g., completion degrees—BAS-T 2+2, BS in Workforce Development [online]; degree options—BST, BSET, BSE, and BSCTE.

12:30 PM - 1 PM
Lunch

Provided by PSU College of Technology.

1 PM - 1:30 PM
Session 2, Q&A Panel Discussion

PSU faculty and administration host a question and answer session using a panel discussion format. Panel will address questions obtained through registration process as well as field questions from participants in the room.

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM
Session 3, Program Area Visits

Community/technical college students and faculty join PSU faculty and students in respective program areas. This provides opportunity to discuss specific program questions, and see any program components of interest - labs, equipment, software, etc. not seen during open house.

2:30 PM
Event Ends

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