Why Dixie Tech?


The average cost of a program at Dixie Tech is $3,000 with several financial aid options available.


Quickly enter the workforce by learning only the skills you will need without anything extra.


Students learn in-demand skills that are needed locally with over 95% of our graduates employed in their field of study.


Do more than simply learn about a job…you’ll get hands-on training to prepare you for a greater career.

Professional Development

Our short-term industry classes are designed to provide companies and individuals with knowledge and skills to retain their job or increase their marketability and value in the labor market.

Workforce Training

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president Jordan
“We train students to master essential skills they will take directly to the workforce, enabling them to support their families, strengthen the community, and contribute to local industry while advancing their careers.

Dixie Tech has developed a solid reputation by working closely with industry experts for over 20 years. Local employers anxiously wait to staff their companies with our graduates because they know they are career ready!

Stop by for a visit and learn what Dixie Tech can do for you. Whatever your background or past experience is, whatever your goals might be, come see how Dixie Tech can change your future. We have a place for you!”

Jordan Rushton

Interim President of Dixie Technical College

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