Dunwoody College

YOU LEARN BY DOING. YOU’RE CURIOUS, DETERMINED, READY TO GET TO WORK.

HERE IS WHERE THAT’S POSSIBLE.

JOIN A COMMUNITY OF SKILLED PROBLEM SOLVERS WHO ARE PASSIONATE TO LEARN, EXPLORE, CREATE, MAKE, AND DO.

Experience Dunwoody College

Attend an Open House

Dunwoody College holds an Open House every month. Learn more about the well-paying careers available to those with technical degrees. Talk with faculty about what programs match best with your interests, skills, and career goals. Tour our shops, labs, and studio spaces.

Dunwoody College Events

Thursday
Nov 25
Thanksgiving — No Classes, Nov 25-26
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Thursday
Dec 2
LEAD Speaker Series: Nawal Noor
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Friday
Dec 17
End of Fall 2021 Semester
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Friday
Dec 24
Winter Break (Campus Closed 12/24/21 – 1/3/22)
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Dunwoody’s new School of Design

The School of Design is uniquely structured to provide students with a combination of technical expertise and creative practice. Coursework is project-based, with a focus on the entire creative process, from research and ideation through final production.

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Dunwoody Dean featured at 2021 Minnesota SAY IT LOUD exhibition

Dunwoody’s Dean of the School of Design Trevor Bullen, AIA, NOMA is one of those featured designers at the 2021 juried exhibition at Goldstein Museum of Design.

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Celebrating women in technical fields Nov. 17

The Annual Kate Dunwoody Luncheon will raise scholarship dollars Wednesday, Nov. 17.

Generation Do

We are closed in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. Campus will re-open Monday, November 28. Enjoy your break!
We have the labs to give you the hands-on skills so you can excel in your career like a boss. #BornToDo #technicaleducation #electrical
Tag along as #Engineering Drafting & #Design students spend time in the #foundry packing their #3D printed molds, sand casting, and pouring aluminum for their #golf putter project. That molten aluminum at a temperature between 1300 - 1400 F is HOT! "Learning about the casting process is aided greatly with hands-on experience," faculty member Alex Wong tells his students. "In order to design for casting and mold-making, you often have to think of your parts inside-out or backwards." Next up students will finish off their putters in the #Machine Shop and assemble them to test out next week. #BORNTODO #technicaleducation
Removing or lessening the financial barriers for women seeking careers in technical fields and the skilled trades is the goal of the Kate Dunwoody Society. Kate Agnew, vice president of engineering at Kyros, and recently selected as a “40 under 40” honoree, was the keynote speaker at the annual fundraising luncheon. Attendees also heard the story of Latoya Dennis, Bachelor of #Architecture student and recipient of one of the Kate Dunwoody Scholarships. Thank you to all who made the event possible. When barriers are removed, women can soar. If you would like to support scholarship efforts for students seeking to advance their dreams of a technical or skilled trades career, tomorrow is #GivetotheMaxDay. Please consider donating here: https://8666.thankyou4caring.org/HolidayGift 
#technicaleducation #scholarship
Here at Dunwoody, there is always time to learn a new skill. Our Admissions staff was in the Industrial Robotics lab earlier today doing just that. Stop by our Open House this afternoon between 3 - 5 p.m. and ask them what they learned.  #technicaleducation #robotics
#Architecture and #InteriorDesign students in our National Organization of Minority Architects - Student (#NOMAS) chapter recently hosted students from the University of Minnesota's chapter to watch a livestream of the National Organization of Minority Architects (#NOMA) conference held in Nashville.
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Make Curiosity A Career

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In Demand Graduates

” We know our graduates are in demand and will continue to be. Which means it’s our job to attract more students to the field. These are great careers and we need more highly skilled workers to help close the skills gap in Minnesota. “

Polly Friendshuh

Dean of Construction Sciences & Building Technology