Ranken Technical College to Open Campus in Lincoln County

High School and Post-Secondary Programs to be Focused on Emerging Technologies ST. LOUIS (June 11, 2020) St. Louis-based Ranken Technical College, in collaboration with the Lincoln County R-III School District, the State of Missouri, Lincoln County, and the City of Troy is establishing a new campus in Troy, Missouri. Ranken will provide secondary and post-secondary [..] READ MORE

While Sheltering in Place, Student Builds Website, Develops App for Veterans Museum

      ST. LOUIS (MAY 11, 2020) Luke Gosnell stayed very busy during the COVID-19 shutdown. In addition to completing his required coursework at Ranken-West Wentzville location, he voluntarily helped the St Charles County Veterans Museum in their efforts to honor local veterans who served in World War I, World War II, the Korean [..] READ MORE

Holiday Hours 2016

Thanksgiving On Thursday, Nov. 24 and Friday, Nov. 25, Ranken will be closed for business. The Admissions Office will reopen on Saturday, Nov. 26.   Last Day of Classes The last day of the Fall semester for students is Monday, Dec. 19.   Christmas and New Years Tuesday, Dec. 27 through Friday, Dec. 30, the College [..] 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 Celebrates MFG Day in St. Louis and Wentzville

On Friday, October 2, Ranken’s Manufacturing Division opened its doors for MFG Day, a nationwide celebration of modern manufacturing. MFG Day is intended to address common misconceptions about manufacturing by giving the manufacturing industry an opportunity to open their doors and show what manufacturing is — and what it isn’t. Attendees had the opportunity to: Tour local [..] READ MORE

Ranken Announces Grand Opening of Taylor Automotive Center

New Taylor Automotive Center to House Ranken’s Cutting-Edge Diesel Technology Program Yesterday, Carolyn Kindle, vice president and executive director of the Enterprise Holdings Foundation, Wentzville Mayor Nick Guccione, Emerson President Edward Monser, UAW/GM Representative Vaughn Sanders and Ranken President Stan Shoun joined Wentzville officials and Ranken board members, staff and faculty to celebrate the opening [..] READ MORE

HI-TEC 2015 Innovative Program Award Presented to Gary Young, Ranken Technical College

  WACO, Texas (May 20, 2015) – The HI-TEC Innovative Program Award will be presented July 29, 2015 at the High Impact Technology Exchange Conference (HI-TEC) in Portland, OR. This year’s recipient is Gary Young, Ranken Technical College, Advanced Manufacturing Program. This award recognizes teams of advanced technology education professionals that have designed and implemented [..] READ MORE

Ranken Announces Groundbreaking Ceremony for Wentzville Expansion

Set to break ground this month, Ranken Wentzville will host a groundbreaking ceremony on September 2, 2014 at 10 a.m. for the construction of a two-story building designed to house a new Diesel Technology program and to accommodate for increased enrollment. The new building will boast 35,000 sq. feet of garage space, a modern student [..] READ MORE

Partners for Progress Awards Ceremony

On May 30, President Stan Shoun, Ranken Wentzville Site Director Jeremy Sutton and Ranken Wentzville Information Technology student Tim Shields attended the Partners for Progress of Greater St. Charles annual awards ceremony at the St. Charles Convention Center to accept the civic group’s Education Progress Award. This award was given to Ranken for successfully opening the Wentzville campus in [..] READ MORE