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Five Easy Steps
Learn More About MTC You can get information about enrollment procedures, financial aid, career-planning, and choosing a major are covered during a discussion with an Admission Counselor. You can obtain this information by using any one of the services listed below:
Call us at (740) 389-4636 or E-mail us at email@example.com to schedule an admission appointment. Setting up an individual appointment. Request a Skype appointment.
Apply online or submit a paper version of the application for admission and the $20 application fee to the Office of Admission. Although there is no formal deadline, we recommend submitting your application at least three months prior to your intended start date. In addition to the application and application fee, please have your official high school transcript or GED results, along with any official previous college transcripts (if applicable), mailed to MTC.
Official transcripts are sent directly to MTC from your high school or college, faxed copies are not considered official, once you apply, you will receive information on how to access your online accounts. Click here for more information.
Financial Aid Fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.gov. We recommend completing the FAFSA at least eight weeks prior to your intended start date. Additionally, complete the MTC Scholarship Application by May 1 for the following academic year.
Basic Skills Assessment (Accuplacer)
In order to assess your current skills in math, reading, writing, and technology, students are required to take a basic skills assessment (Accuplacer) and Technology Skills Test (TST). This free service assists you in selecting appropriate classes in math, English, and technology. Contact the Office of Admission or Student Resource Center for testing dates and times.
MTC ONLINE LEARNERS
If you are involved in one of our online degrees, you also have the option of testing at one of ACT's "Remote Testing Sites". The link will guide you to available locations throughout the state and country. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact Mike Stuckey in the Student Resource Center.
If you are applying to the Business Management Online degree program and you cannot take the Technology Skills Test (TST) at MTC, an alternative option will be offered during the Business Management Online program interview.
*If you have taken the ACT or have previously earned certain college credits, you may be exempt from taking the Accuplacer and/or TST.
Advising and Class Registration
The final step in the enrollment process is to meet with your assigned Academic Advisor and register for classes. Ask your admission counselor about our advising options and what is best for you!
To receive more detailed information on admission call 740-389-4636 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Articulated credit allows high school students to receive MTC credit for learning they achieved in technical courses in high school when they enroll as a traditional student.