College Readiness/GED® Preparation
The college provides FREE OPTIONS to adults who want to improve math, writing and test taking skills in order to:
Prepare for employment, college or vocational training
Prepare for the GED® tests, ACCUPLACER, ASVAB or Work Keys
Services are available on campus and at locations in Morrow and Wyandot counties. Adults 16* and older can benefit from free classes taught by qualified instructors. Online and "face to face" options are provided.
College and Job Readiness
Adults who need to refresh math or writing skills in preparation for college will benefit from this free program. Enrolled MTC students who need additional review in math or writing may enroll through their advisor. Classes meet twice a week on campus. Since no fees are charged for materials or instruction, financial aide can be reserved for credit bearing classes.
GED® Test Preparation
Free programing is for the adult who needs to review skills in order to pass the GED® Tests. Classes meet twice a week in most locations. See our class locations below. Online GED® preparation is also available.
Free GED® practice testing is offered to enrolled students who demonstrate readiness. Visit GED.com first to get all the facts about taking the GED® Test in Ohio.
Each enrolled student in all readiness and GED® Prep classes is connected with a M.T.C. Career Specialist at no charge. Explore your employment and training options with an expert.
How do I start?
Choose an orientation from the site schedule. See class locations below.
Call 740.386.4123 to reserve your seat at orientation.
Orientation is required in order to begin classes. Orientation is usually the week before class session begins. There are no late enrollments.
Click on the class location to see the schedule.
Mt. Gilead Public Library
Mt. Gilead, OH. 43338
Location Coming Soon.
Upper Sandusky, OH.
* Because compulsory school attendance is to the age of 18 in Ohio, those who are 16-18 years old must provide documentation verifying school withdrawal BEFORE the start of orientation.
All instructional services are provided by funds from an Adult Basic and Literacy Education (ABLE) through the Ohio Department of Higher Education.