The Ranken SuperMileage Team took the Pit Award and Best in Show Award for 2019. We also posted the highest single qualifying run of 359.89 mpg

Missouri SuperMileage Challenge Team 2019 Congratulations are in order to all the students who participated on this year’s team.  The Ranken sponsored high school team took both the Pit Award and Best in Show Award for their car number 5 in the 14th annual Missouri SuperMileage Challenge!  Ranken’s vehicle number 4 also far outpaced everyone, establishing the [..] READ MORE

Ranken SuperMileage Team Takes Second Place for 2018

The Ranken sponsored Missouri SuperMileage Challenge high school team took 2nd Place with their car #6 and 3rd place with car #7 in the 13th annual Missouri SuperMileage Challenge!  The team also captured Best in Show for the retro-look design of car #7, their “roadster-inspired” vehicle.  The competition was held on Tuesday, April 17, 2018 [..] READ MORE

Graphic: Holiday Giving / Seasonal Food and Toy Drives

Opportunities to Give with RankCan & Toys for Tots

Ranken Technical College has a tradition of giving to the community. You still have time to join us this year in continuing the Ranken tradition of generosity! We’re supporting local food pantries at Pleasant Green MB Church and Lane Tabernacle CME Church through our annual RankCan competition and food drive. Ranken’s Phi Theta Kappa group [..] READ MORE

Ranken Comes to Perryville

Ranken Technical College is excited to announce that we will open a new location in Perryville, Missouri next year. Along with our existing St. Louis campus and Ranken Wentzville location, the new Perryville facility will make a great contribution to Ranken’s efforts to evolve – bringing our world-class technical education to another community in the Midwest. Ranken leads today’s education evolution by working closely [..] READ MORE

IFMASTL to Meet at Ranken

The St. Louis Chapter of the International Facilities Management Association will hold their Facilities as a Career – Pathway to Leadership program at Ranken Technical College tomorrow, followed by a school tour. The organization expects 25 to 50 professional site managers from the St. Louis region to attend. Students, faculty and alumni are invited to attend the [..] READ MORE

Phi Theta Kappa Honors Student of the Month

Phi Theta Kappa honored Student of the Month Eric Deering today, awarding him a $25 Lowe’s gift card. Deering is a first-semester plumbing student, and was recommended by Drew Shands, the Plumbing department head. Phi Theta Kappa students of the month must meet the following criteria: Arrives on time or early to class Leaves on [..] READ MORE

Ranken Launches New Microenterprise with JEMA Architects

This week, Ranken launched a new architectural microenterprise in partnership with JEMA Architects. JEMA was the architect for Ranken’s new Rodenheiser extension and rain garden, as well as the new Taylor Automotive Center at Ranken Wentzville. Vince Holtmann, director of microenterprises at Ranken, recalls, “The idea was born Sept. 17, at the ribbon cutting for [..] READ MORE

Women In Technology Meeting: Social Media for your Job Search

The Women In Technology group at Ranken Technical College met yesterday to celebrate December graduates; socialize and network with students, faculty and staff; and to see a presentation about using social media to network and build careers. See the presentation below! Women In Technology: Use Social Media to Power Your Job Search from RankenTech

Payscale Names Ranken #1 in Missouri (Again!)

For the second year in a row, Payscale.com has named Ranken Technical College as the top two-year college in Missouri for salary potential. According to the website’s 2015-2016 College Salary Report, “The highest earning graduates with associate degrees for mid-career salary in Missouri graduate from Ranken Technical College. In the beginning of their careers, alumni earn a median [..] READ MORE

ACCESS Academies visit Ranken

Students from the ACCESS Academies program visited Ranken Technical College today to get an introduction to the college experience. The group of approximately 45 eighth-grade students are part of a program that, according to ACCESS Academies, “Transforms the challenging middle school years into a launching pad for high school success for socially/economically disadvantaged students in [..] READ MORE