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 Clover Park Technical College 

Name: Clover Park Technical College
President: Lonnie Howard
Website: www.cptc.edu
City: Lakewood
State: WA
Type: Public
Campus Setting: Suburban, Large City
Year Established: 1942

Governing Board Website

 

Student Characteristics Based on Fall 2013 IPEDS Data

2011 Fall Credit Enrollment 
Total: 7,836
Part Time: 38%
Full Time: 62%

Gender 
Male: 35.5%
Female: 64.5%  

Race/Ethnicity
American Indian/Alaskan Native: 0.9%
Asian: 6.5%
Black/African American: 14.9%
Hispanic/Latino: 4.5%
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander: 2.1%
White: 56.4%
Two or more races: 3.4%
Nonresident alien: 0.8%
 

 Clover Park Technical College President

Lonnie Howard
President

 Clover Park Technical College Board Chair

Mary Moss
Board Chair

Quote from the President

“Being an entrepreneurial institution, we want to help students complete their programs, find meaningful employment, and be responsive to the needs of the local community and business industry.”

 

Interesting Facts

  • This fall, CPTC launched its first applied baccalaureate program with its bachelor of applied science in manufacturing operations.
  • CPTC received a federal grant for nearly $2.5 million under the Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training (TAACCCT) initiative. The grant will go toward the Mechatronics Technician Program (launched Fall Quarter 2014) to develop a pathway into advanced manufacturing and industrial technology careers.
  • Over the past year, CPTC has focused on diversifying program delivery to meet the needs of working professionals in Pierce County. In one year, the college has increased online, enhanced, and hybrid offerings by 76% and opened three new evening programs.
  • The college’s rich history of professional and technical education dates to the 1940s, when a war production program was established to train civilians as auto mechanics, aircraft-service mechanics, ship-fitters, welders, and blueprint readers.
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