Kirksville Area Technical Center

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Institution Profile

Name: Kirksville Area Technical Center

Address: 1103 S Cottage Grove

City: Kirksville

State: MO, 63501


Phone: (660) 665-2865

Size: <1,000

Setting: Rural: Fringe

Sector: Public, less-than 2-year

Highest Offering: At least 1, but less than 2 academic yrs


In 2015, the applicant pool for this institution was comprised of:

Applicant Pool Applications Acceptances Rate
Men 1 1 100%
Women 13 11 84%
Total 14 12 85%

Test Type Score Type 25% 75% Population
SAT Math
Critical Reading
ACT English


Tuition data is not available for this institution


In 2015, the enrollment at this institution was comprised of:

Degree Type Part Time Full Time Total
Total 1 26 27
Undergraduate 1 26 27

Financial Aid

Below is the average financial aid information for those who were entering postsecondary education for the first time in 2015.

Grant Num Students Pct Students Avg Amount Total
Federal Grant 27 93% $4,454 $120,257
State/Local Grant 20 69% $3,985 $79,695
Institution Grant 0 0% n/a $0
Loan Aid 6 21% $5,333 $32,000
Total Aid 27 93% $7,406 $199,952

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Costs and Fees At-a-Glance

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Submission Requirements Checklist

  • Admissions Tests: Neither required nor recommended
  • Teacher Recommendations: Required
  • School GPA: Required
  • Class Rank: Neither required nor recommended
  • Transcript: Required

Application Information

  • Application Deadline: n/a

  • Common Application: no
  • Universal Application: no

Student Body

In 2015, for all enrolled students the ratio of men to women:

In 2015, for all enrolled students the racial breakdown was:


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