Stiles Machinery says that, after 25 years, Stiles Education will become Stiles University.
This distinction provides students the opportunity to receive college credit for selected Stiles courses. It also allows Stiles University to further develop affiliations with government agencies and institutions of higher education, according to the company.
“Becoming a University was the next step for our education program,” Stiles University director Duane Griffiths said in a statement. “Continuous learning is crucial to our industry. It is driven by technological advances and the training needs of our customers to optimize their production. This collaboration opens up many more doors for us to even further grow and develop our education and training to better serve the industry.”
Through a new collaboration with Pittsburg State University in Kansas, Stiles University graduates will be able to additionally earn credit hours that can be applied towards an associate or bachelor’s degree.
For information, visit www.stilesmachinery.com.