Allied health, design, nursing, business, and information technology are all subjects offered at Southern Technical College. Students can also learn technical trades. The training helps people acquire entry-level jobs after graduating. Degree and diploma programs are available, along with online classes.
Courses vary to suit different learning styles, but they all focus on careers. By tuning into the needs of employers, the vocational school produces qualified graduates. Campuses are in Fort Myers, Sanford, Port Charlotte, Auburndale, Brandon, Orlando, and Tampa, Florida.
Programs & Courses
Medical Laboratory Technician
Medical Billing and Coding
HVAC & Building Services
450 Havendale Blvd., Auburndale, FL 33823
608 East Bloomingdale Ave., Brandon, FL 33511
Fort Myers, FL
1685 Medical Ln., Fort Myers, FL 33907
1485 Florida Mall Ave., Orlando, FL 32809
Port Charlotte, FL
950 Tamiami Trl., #109, Port Charlotte, FL 33953
2910 S. Orlando Dr., Sanford, FL 32773
3910 Riga Blvd., Tampa, FL 33619
Financial Aid Services
Experts help applicants navigate their funding options at Southern Technical College. There are a number of financial aid choices for which people may qualify at the federal level. Examples include Pell grants, FSEOGs, direct loans, and parent loans. The staff continues to answer questions about repayment for alumni.
Candidates could start by taking the Career Training Readiness Quiz. This gives them an idea of what they might pursue at Southern Technical College. Students then link up with local employers through internships, externships, and recruitment events. Both undergraduates and alumni can attend career fairs as well.
Veteran and Military Services
The state has approved Southern Technical College’s programs for former military members. Those interested may contact the school for more information. Veterans’ education benefits and assistance are available to cover costs. Attendees coordinate these services through the VA.