Public 2 Year

Manhattan Area Technical College

Manhattan, Kansas

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Student Population
Manhattan Area Technical College overview
Location Manhattan, Kansas
Online manhattantech.edu
School Type Public 2 Year
Setting Remote Town
Manhattan Area Technical College overview
Size Small
Status Non-profit
On Campus Housing No
Level of Study Undergrad
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Located in Manhattan, Kansas, Manhattan Area Technical College is a small two year community college offering undergraduate programs. Manhattan Area Technical College has an open admission policy which permits enrollment by any high school graduate or GED holding student.  318 students are enrolled on a full time basis, and 459 attend part time. In-state tuition for 2019/2020, excluding room and board, is $5,040 plus fees of $1,650.


Admission Requirements
Open Admission

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Annual Cost to Attend

Costs for Manhattan Area Technical College
Fee Cost
Books and Supplies$2,000
Other Fees$1,650
Estimated Off Campus Cost of Living $6,200
Budget for Other Expenses$4,110
Total One Year Cost$19,000

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Average Salary After 10 Years
$41,100 per year
Bachelor's Degree Graduation Rate
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Popular Areas of Study

Popular subjects studied by Manhattan Area Technical College students
Subject Percent of Class
Health Professions 41%
Construction Trades 20%
Mechanic and Repair Technologies 16%
Business 6%
Precision Production Trades 6%

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