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SALINA, KANSAS 67401 913 825-0275
Students are the life line of Kansas Techg without them, we would not
be. Our students can be proud to be a part of a new educational con-
cept in Kansas Technical Education. They are to be admired
and commended for being pioneers in this new, but rapidly expanding
field. Our students are setting precedents in many areas for future
classesg what the are accomplishin in the "formative" years of the
Institute will be the beginning of its Eeritage.
The administration of KTI is continually adopting policies and prac-
tices conducive to a well-rounded educational and social campus
life, keeping in mind both the needs and desires of its students, as
well as those necessary for an efficiently-operated institution of higher
As the state's only public technical institute, Kansas Tech has been
established to provide the technicians so eagerly sought and urgently
needed by industries today. We constantly strive to "spread the word"
to Kansas youth about the career opportunities available in the chal-
lenging and rewarding world to tomorrow 's technology. Our programs
prepare graduates for immediate placement, as para-professionals in
the engineering and scientific fields of industry.
This graduating class has contributed much to the development of
Kansas Tech. The results of their fine attitude and personal involve-
ment will surely be remembered by future students and will serve as
a reminder that the character and reputation of any college is depen-
dent on its student body.
Congratulations and good luck!
Sincerely, A W
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H. M. Neely,'PE
2 H. M. NEE LY
MRS. GLENDA EVANS
Secretary to the
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As the academic dean of the institute, Mr.
Creech is always concerned with the academic
status and potential of students. His efforts
in curriculum development have won him
the respect and admiration of leaders in
education and industry.
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GEORGE A good place to get advice about finance
E, and fiscal affairs is Mr. Evans' office. He
EVANS has the responsibility of guidance in the
DIRECTOR ysegyfgmcproilagt alfa of money, and as such
OPERATIONAL 1 H C mpus'
Avoid him you may try, but avoid him
you can't. As Dean of Students and
everybody at one time or another.
Admissions Director, Mr. Carter will meet
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