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Visit Southeast Tech

SCHEDULE YOUR SUMMER VISIT!

We're more than just a fancy website and we have the campus to prove it! Visiting Southeast Tech will give you an experience you just can't get from a brochure or browsing through the website. Take a tour of our campus, immerse yourself into the state-of-the arts labs and see why our graduates excel. Choose from the following options for you and find out why Southeast Tech has been recognized as one of America's best 2-year colleges.

Campus Tour

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Meet with an Admissions Rep! 

Our campus tour is created to provide you with an in-depth campus experience with the opportunity to meet our students and explore campus. Your parents or friends are always welcome to visit with you! Tours are given Monday through Friday at either 11am or 1pm. Feel free to come in early or stay late to visit with an Admissions Representative who will be available expressly for Campus Tour visitors from 10am - 2pm every day!  Email Admissions to set up a tour.


Special Visit Days
VIP Visit Days 

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Looking to possibly transfer or enroll for Fall courses? This is a great opportunity for you to work with our Admissions staff to get you on track quickly and easily without missing a beat. Just remember to bring your high school and/or college transcript with you. These days are made specifically for high school juniors and seniors as well as college transfer students. Click here for more information.


Group Tours

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If you have a group of 10 or more who wants to have an excellent experience, email us to discuss availability and specific requests. This is open to any and all groups who want to experience Southeast Tech!


Shadow Experience

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Gain first hand knowledge of what it's like to be a student at Southeast Tech! Take this experience to immerse yourself into the lab or classroom to learn information that you can't get from a brochure, website or even a campus tour. Click here for more information. This experience is open to all high school students.