A. We offer the following daytime classes: Administrative Business Technology, Auto Collision Technology, Auto Services Technology, Building Trades, Computer & Networking Technologies, Diesel Technology, Digital Design, Health Sciences, Paramedics, Practical Nursing, and Welding.
Evening classes cover a wide variety of subject areas. Many classes are offered in these areas: computers, business, health, personal enjoyment, career enrichment, and hobbies.
A. A representative of Pike-Lincoln visits with all sophomores at the 7 high schools in Pike and Lincoln Counties every January. Each school’s unique application process is explained at that time. In general, if a student is interested in attending Pike-Lincoln Tech, they should visit with their school’s guidance counselor. Junior and senior homeschool students should contact the guidance counselor at the high school in whose district they reside.
Those adults with a high school diploma, HSE or having completed homeschooling should contact the Adult Education office to get details on enrollment. Call 573-485-2900 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Alternatively, you may stop by and visit.
Any student taking the ACT, may list Pike-Lincoln Tech’s school code, which is 2387, so their scores will be sent directly to us.
A. For daytime classes, juniors and seniors from high schools in Pike and Lincoln Counties and adult students (those with a high school diploma, HSE or having completed homeschooling) from anywhere. Our evening classes are open to virtually anyone with an interest to learn.
A. For daytime classes, adults begin our program in mid-to-late August. The Practical Nursing program is an exception as it starts annually in early October. The Practical Nursing program is an 11-month program while the others take 1-2 years to complete depending if you enroll as a full-time or part-time student. Evening classes vary as to start date, length of class each session, and the number of sessions.
A. The morning session begins for high school students at 8:15 a.m. and ends at 11:15 a.m. while the afternoon session starts at 11:45 am and ends at 2:30 p.m. Adult students begin the morning session at 8:15 a.m. and the afternoon session at 11:45a.m. Part-time adult students may choose to attend either the morning or afternoon session or attend fewer than 5 days a week. Daytime classes are held Monday –Friday. Evening class times vary. .
A. Yes or a HSE (High School Equivalency) if you’re an adult student. High school students from our seven sending schools, obviously, do not have that requirement.
A. For our daytime classes other than Practical Nursing and Paramedic, the tuition is $7,000 to go a full day for one school year (900 clock hours) or $3,500 for a half day. (Books and fees are in addition to the stated tuition.)
For our Practical Nursing class, the total cost including books and fees is approximately $15,700.
In addition, we offer a Paramedic course that meets one full day per week but requires the student to perform additional work outside the classroom. The total cost including books and fees for the Paramedic course is $7,650. Almost all students qualify for some financial aid which significantly reduces these amounts. Pike-Lincoln Technical Center is also an eligible post-secondary institution to receive Missouri A+ scholarship monies from A+-eligible students.
Please note that our costs are set each year and are subject to change. For exact pricing, please contact the adult education department.
NOTE: The figures above are subject to change.
A. To determine this, YOU must complete a FAFSA (Free Application for Financial Student Aid). You may find this form at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Our Financial Aid staff will be glad to answer questions you may have about the FAFSA. Once you’ve submitted this and received your SAR (Student Aid Report), bring it in and our Assistant Director can go over financial aid available to you. If you wish Pike-Lincoln Technical Center to receive a copy of your SAR, enter our school code of 013785 in the proper space.
Pike-Lincoln Technical Center is an A+-eligible postsecondary institution. Therefore, those students graduating as A+ students from their high school will be eligible to receive A+ scholarship monies toward their tuition at Pike-Lincoln Tech.
A. Yes, Pike-Lincoln Technical Center is an A+-eligible postsecondary institution. Therefore, those students graduating as A+ students from their high school will be eligible to receive A+ scholarship monies toward their tuition at Pike-Lincoln Tech. Eligible students should notify the Assistant Director at Pike-Lincoln during the enrollment process.
The State of Missouri is in the process of making some changes to the A+ scholarship program, both in the eligibility requirements for students and the amount of scholarship monies a student may be eligible to receive. For the latest information available on this topic, click here or contact our Financial Aid Administrator at 573-485-2900 ext. 425.
A. We are located just off of Highway 61 in Eolia, MO. Our main campus is right next to the Eolia water tower. Our address is 342 VoTech Road, Eolia, MO 63344.
A. No. This class starts each year in August and runs through June. If interested, you need to contact our Adult Education department for details. Selection for the Practical Nursing program begins in February and continues until all 26 slots have been filled for the class beginning that August.
A. Each semester (fall or spring) we offer a wide variety of classes. These classes range from computer classes to welding and playing guitar to phlebotomy. We attempt to offer classes that are of interest to many people. If you have an idea for a class you’d like to see offered or maybe one you could teach, contact our Assistant Director at 573-485-2900, ext. 424.
A. These are no longer offered here at PLTC. For information about the HSE classes, you may click here St. Charles HSE Classes or call 636-922-8411 (Mon.-Thurs. 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.)
A. Yes. We do this frequently whether it is training on a specific computer software, welding, infant care, first aid, etc. If you’re interested in learning more, contact our Assistant Director at 573-485-2900, ext. 440.
A. Sure! We encourage anyone interested in attending or learning more about our school to stop by. We conduct Open Houses at different times during the year. This is an ideal time to stop in and meet our instructors, see our facilities, and visit with staff and current students. Watch our Facebook page or the web site for when these are offered.
A. Yes! We are always looking for persons who would be interested in substitute teaching. If interested, contact Brenda at 573-485- 2900, ext. 421 or email email@example.com.
A. We are always looking for persons who may be interested in serving on our advisory committees. Each class/program area has one made up of persons from the surrounding labor market working in related fields. They meet once or twice a year and make sure the skills being taught our students are “on target” to prepare them for today’s changing workplace.
Also, if your business has job openings or would be interested in providing real-world work experience to a student(s), please notify our Placement Coordinator. She may be reached at 573-485-2900 ext. 439 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A. You may obtain an official copy of your Pike-Lincoln Technical Center transcript by submitting a request in writing with your signature. A $3 fee is required at the time of request. The fee may be paid by check or cash. Requests cannot be taken by phone.
Click here to print a Pike-Lincoln Tech Center transcript request form
• The date of your request.
• Your full name, as well as any names previously used
• Your social security number, also known as your student number
• Your complete address
• Your date of birth
• The address where the transcript is to be sent
• Your daytime phone number
• Your legal signature authorizing the release of your records
Send your request to:
Pike-Lincoln Technical Center
ATTN: Transcript Request
342 VoTech Road
Eolia, MO 63344