College of Technology

Welcome to The College of Technology

All of our College of Technology programs have access to the newest, most sophisticated technology available to date. This combined with our experienced faculty, small class size and hands-on training will make your educational experience unique and second to none.

Vincennes University partners with international industry leaders to provide you with great opportunites while in school including Subaru, Toyota, and Kimball.

The College of Technology at Vincennes University cultivates the intellectual and personal growth of it's undergraduates, prepares and compels them into any of the exciting technology career paths: Aviation Technology, Electronics Technology, Land Resources and Planning Technology, Manufacturing Technology, Transportation Technology and Welding Technology.

At VU we don’t have Technology teaching assistants, we have full-time dedicated and experienced faculty readily available with years of experience and a wealth of knowledge at their fingertips. That’s what will make your education at VU different.

We have alumni world-wide but most importantly all of our programs have more high paying job opportunities than we have graduates.

Find more information about the College of Technology programs.

To schedule a visit to Vincennes University or for more information please contact the College of Technology at 812-888-5166 or via email: technology@vinu.edu.

Vincennes University’s College of Technology Scholarships for Women Vincennes University’s College of Technology Scholarships for Women

Indiana Manufacturers Association and Vincennes University Team Up to Engage More Women in STEM Careers

Vincennes University’s College of Technology Scholarships for Women

Indianapolis - The Indiana Manufacturers Association (IMA) and Vincennes University (VU) share the goal of ensuring Indiana’s manufacturers have the skilled workforce needed to be successful. 

In an effort to recruit and graduate more women, VU’s College of Technology will soon open its first living/learning technology community exclusively for women. 

Forty-six  (46) women will have the opportunity to reside and pursue degrees in high-skill, high-demand fields including: Advanced CNC Machining, Advanced Manufacturing Automation Technology, Industrial Maintenance, Architectural Studies, Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Construction, John Deere and Diesel, Electronics, Precision Machining, Product Design and Production Processes, Surveying and Welding. 

In addition to offering the lowest tuition rate among all residential Indiana institutions, VU will offer this group of women nearly  $20,000 each in room/board scholarships–this fully covers room and board expenses.

The development of talent in STEM fields is critical to Indiana’s economy. The Indiana Manufacturers Association and Vincennes University are excited to introduce this distinctive opportunity to encourage more Hoosier women to pursue STEM careers. 

VU’s College of Technology Scholarships for Women are being offered on a first-come, first-served basis. 

With multiple entities interested in the program, we urge you to make your student nominations as early as possible by contacting Diana Hatton at 812-888-5101 or dhatton@vinu.edu. If you are interested in applying, please contact the Vincennes University Office of Admissions at 812-888-4313 or vuadmit@vinu.edu. You can also apply to Vincennes University at vinu.edu/apply.

Facts

  • Careers in manufacturing pay a median average of more than $70,000 annually (as compared to Indiana’s median wage of $43,000 in all other non-farm occupations).
  • Studies suggest that students who participate in living/learning communities are often more engaged and satisfied with their college experience and more likely to remain in school. 

Who Can Help and How

  • Manufacturers may further contribute by sponsoring students with tuition assistance and offering students applied experience internships to provide real-world applications. 
  • Area high schools can team with local manufacturers to nominate female students interested in pursuing a career in STEM fields.

Formed in 1901, the Indiana Manufacturers Association is the second oldest manufacturers association in the country and the only trade association in Indiana that exclusively focuses on manufacturing. The Indiana Manufacturers Association, representing more than 1,400 companies, is dedicated to advocating for a business climate that creates, protects and promotes quality manufacturing jobs in Indiana. The staff of the Indiana Manufacturers Association has more than 140 years of combined governmental affairs experience and is recognized as experts in many areas including tax, environment, labor relations, human resources and healthcare. 

Vincennes University, Indiana’s first college, is the State’s premier transfer institution and leader in innovative career programming. The VU community ensures educational access, delivers proven associate and baccalaureate programs, and offers cultural opportunities and community services in a diverse, student-centered, collegiate environment. The Vincennes University Mission Statement was revised in 2005 by a committee which gathered input from the VU community as well as examining the roles of the University.