ManhattanTech will be doing network maintenance on Wednesday  the 25th from
4:00PM to 8:00PM.  We don't expect full downtime but services may be interrupted during this time.



  • Dental Hygiene Newsletter

    See what's happening with our dynamic Dental Hygiene Program.

  • Tech Announcement


     ManhattanTech will be doing network maintenance on Wednesday  the 25th from
    4:00PM to 8:00PM.  We don't expect full downtime but services may be interrupted during this time.


  • Supervisory Training Coming This Summer

    Gain new skills at our two-day workshop with facilitator Jason York from MATC's Business faculty, along with various regional experts sharing their knowledge.  Connect with supervisors across the region to share stories and build your network!

  • ManhattanTech eCampus bookstore now live!

    Do you need summer books? ManhattanTech's new eCampus bookstore is now Live!  Go to to check it out!

  • New SimMan Coming Soon to Our Simulation Area

    Nursing program is awarded a KBOR Perkins Reserve Fund Grant to purchase a new SimMan.

  • Digital Drafting Design Technologies Logo Contest

    Click here to complete an Entry Form

  • Students to State SkillsUSA

    On April 18th these 6 students will represent Manhattan Area Technical College at State SkillsUSA in Hutchinson, KS. Student(s) in Welding Ed Wagoner, Auto Collision Repair Roy Zelenka and Amber Channel, HVAC/R Josh Sweeney, Jared Mills, and Bryan Richlinski will be competing in their specific areas. MATC wishes them the best of luck at this year's event.


  • Spring 2016 Commencement Time Announced

    Manhattan Area Technical College's Spring 2016 Commencement ceremony will be held Saturday, May 14, 2016 at the Hilton Garden Inn.  The ceremony will begin promptly at 11:00 a.m. 


    Commencement will be preceded at 9:00 a.m. by a Pinning ceremony for our Nursing students.

  • MATC Graduate Named Manhattan High School's Teacher of the Month

    MATC grad, Christopher Collins, is named as Teacher of the Month!

  • MATC accepting proposals for college copiers

    Manhattan Area Technical College is accepting bids for all college copier units and service.  Click Here to access the request for proposal document.

  • ITIL Service Management Training

    MATC will offer ITIL training on demand to our own INT program students, as well as to the public.  Questions about the ITIL training can be directed to Dawn Krause, Director of Continuing Education & Corporate Training, at 785-320-4558.

  • New Student Services Office Hours

    The student services team is available to assist you Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  We look forward to seeing you!

  • ManhattanTech Innovates to Win Think and Do Challenge

    James Genandt, President of Manhattan Area Technical College, is pleased to announce that the institution had the winning proposal for the National Bio and Agro Defense Facility’s Think and Do Challenge called Biohazardous Risk Reduction Training and Assessment.  This contest was sponsored in part by the Department of Homeland Security and asked “…thinkers, doers, and entrepreneurs to offer fresh approaches, unique ideas or proven methods to jumpstart the development of an instrument that enhances the NBAF’s role in shaping bio/agro security for the 21st century.”


    With the $53,106 award, MATC will develop a unique Biosafety/Risk Reduction training program that will be offered to our own biotechnology program students, as well as to area facilities maintenance, construction, first-responders and other personnel that will be interfacing with NBAF’s unique laboratory environment.  An innovative component of MATC’s new training program is development of a key assessment piece to test workers on their ability to stay safe in Biosafety Security Level 2-4 laboratories that must comply with stringent federal requirements. 


    Known for hands-on technical training, the College plans to fund the development of the curriculum, creation of an assessment and market the program, as it will have application beyond just NBAF-related laboratories and facilities. The MATC faculty and staff involved with the development of the proposal included Frank Avila, Barb Wenger, Dawn Krause, and Marilyn Mahan. Each of these individuals contributed key information and expertise in the development of the proposal.


    The project timeline and implementation will be released within a few weeks. 

  • Dental Hygiene Information Session

    Dental Hygiene Information Session - November 18 - 5:30 to 6:30

  • Delta Dental Grant Award

    Manhattan Tech Receives Delta Dental Grant

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