533 Montana Tech students graduated Saturday morning.
Graduates got to walk across the stage and accept their diplomas in front of family and friends at Alumni Coliseum.
Graduates said they feel Tech prepared them for the working world.
"I do feel prepared. I feel like I asked every question I need to ask I have everything answered. I'm confident in my ability to do whatever I'm asked to do working for a company in engineering," Dustin Hover a Tech Civil Engineering graduate said.
Hover said he has already accepted an engineering position in Helena and is looking forward to hitting the ground running.
He said his hands on learning experience at Tech and intimate learning environment is what separates Tech from other colleges.
Bandi Sparks, an Electrical Engineering graduate agrees with Hover and has accepted an engineering job in Great Falls.
"They know that Montana Tech is in Butte, they know that we're awesome people and that they put out great graduates," Sparks said.
Sparks believes the reputation Tech has for producing hard working graduates helped her get her job.