Linn State's new name reflects statewide mission

Monday, June 30, 2014 | 3:32 p.m. CDT

LINN — Linn State Technical College is getting a new name to reflect the mission it has had for years.

The state-owned college in central Missouri will officially change its name Tuesday to State Technical College of Missouri.

School president Donald Claycomb says the new name reflects that the technical college draws students from throughout the state to teach technical skills. He says 91 percent of Missouri's counties are represented in current enrollment.

The Jefferson City News-Tribune reports that unlike community colleges, which get funding from local property taxes and state government, Linn State's funding comes from the state, tuition, grants, gifts and private donations.

Along with a new name and logo, the State Technical College of Missouri will have a new website:

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