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Admissions



The admissions office is open to visitors. Appointments are encouraged.

In-person appointments can be made by calling (740) 389-4582. Phone appointments can be made via the link below.

HOW TO ENROLL FROM HOME

Select from the categories below to see your enrollment steps

STEP ONE – Begin the Financial Aid Process

Apply for federal financial aid first if you need financial assistance to attend college.  The form may take you 30-40 minutes.  Final results may take 3-4 weeks.  Start this process at www.fafsa.ed.gov.  More information is available here on our Financial Aid page.  Questions about your specific situation may be emailed to Amanda Robinson.


STEP TWO – Be Admitted To MTC

  • Apply

Apply for general admission HERE.

Have questions about degrees, certificates, or careers?  Schedule a phone appointment with an admissions representative HERE. Experienced staff are ready to help.

  • High School/Secondary School or GED Transcript

Call or email your current or former high school and request that your transcript be sent to MTC by mail or email at enroll@mtc.edu Your high school or GED transcript will be needed for the course registration process.

Unofficial copies may be used temporarily for admission during the COVID-9 outbreak. This includes copies that you may already have in your possession.

Official copies will be required for federal financial aid.  Financial aid will not be released to you until an official transcript is received. An official copy is one that is sent directly from school to school and was never issued to the student.

GED transcripts may be ordered from www.ged.com. This website will require that you create an account and charges a fee for your order.

International transcripts may be ordered HERE.

  • Acceptance Notification

A letter or email of your acceptance will be sent to you when your file is complete.  This will contain your MTC Student ID number.  Keep your ID number as it is used for your college username and email. 


STEP THREE – Activate Your MTC Email

View this brief video on how to activate your MTC username and email.


STEP FOUR – Course Registration

  • Advising Appointment

Congratulations on your acceptance! Request an advising appointment by email at advising@mtc.edu.  Advising staff will arrange a phone appointment with you to create your schedule.

  • Placement Testing

Some courses require placement testing before you can sign up for the course.  Your academic advisor will evaluate your needs and guide you accordingly. Recent high school grades, ACT, or SAT scores may be substituted for placement testing.

Thank you for enrolling at MTC!

Check your MTC email frequently for updates and instructions on classes, fee payments, and many more topics.

STEP ONE – Update Your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)

Update your current FAFSA with MTC’s school code 010736, or apply for federal financial aid first, if you need financial assistance to attend college.  The form may take you 30-40 minutes for your first time.  Updating an existing FAFSA will take only minutes.  Final results may take 3-4 weeks.  Start this process at www.fafsa.ed.gov.  More information is available here on our Financial Aid page.  Questions about your specific situation may be emailed to Amanda Robinson.


STEP TWO – Be Admitted To MTC

  • Apply

Apply for general admission HERE.

Have questions about degrees, certificates, or careers?  Schedule a phone appointment with an admissions representative HERE.
The experienced staff is ready to help.

  • Transcripts

Transcripts will be needed from both your former high school and previous college(s).

Call or email your former high school and request that your transcript is sent to MTC by mail or email to enroll@mtc.edu.

Request your previous college official transcript to be sent to MTC’s Registrar’s Office. Most colleges use online services for electronic delivery.  You will be notified when your college transcript has arrived, been evaluated, and transfer credit assigned.

NOTE: The high school transcript requirement may be waived for some degree programs if you have earned a bachelor’s degree.  Contact the admissions staff at enroll@mtc.edu with questions about this.

Unofficial high school transcripts may be used temporarily for admission during the COVID-9 outbreak. This includes copies that you may already have in your possession.

Official high school transcripts will be required for federal financial aid.  Financial aid will not be released to you until an official transcript is received. An official copy is one that is sent directly from school to school and was never issued to the student.

Official college transcripts will be required for credit transfer.

GED transcripts may be ordered from www.ged.com. This website will require that you create an account and charges a fee for your order.

International transcripts may be ordered HERE.

Acceptance Notification

A letter or email of your acceptance will be sent to you when your file is complete. This will contain your MTC Student ID number.  Keep your ID number as it is used for your college username and email.


STEP THREE – Activate Your MTC Account

View this brief video on how to activate your MTC username and email.


STEP FOUR – Course Registration

  • Advising Appointment

Congratulations on your acceptance! Request an advising appointment by email at advising@mtc.edu.  Advising staff will arrange a phone appointment with you to create your schedule.

  • Placement Testing

Some courses require placement testing before you can sign up for the course.  Your academic advisor will evaluate your needs and guide you accordingly. Recent high school grades, college coursework, ACT, or SAT scores may be substituted for placement testing.

Thank you for enrolling at MTC!

Check your MTC email frequently for updates and instructions on classes, fee payments, and many more topics.

STEP ONE – Begin the Financial Aid Process

Apply for federal financial aid first if you need financial assistance to attend college.  The form may take you 30-40 minutes.  Final results may take 3-4 weeks.  Start this process at www.fafsa.ed.gov.  More information is available here on our Financial Aid page.  Questions about your specific situation may be emailed to Amanda Robinson.


STEP TWO – Reactivate your MTC account

  • Apply

Submit the Returning Student form HERE.

Have questions about degrees, certificates, or careers?  Schedule a phone appointment with an admissions representative HERE. The experienced staff is ready to help.

  • Transcripts

Submit college transcripts if you have taken other college classes since last attending MTC.  Many colleges use online services to send transcripts electronically to our Registrar’s Office.  You will be notified when your college transcript has arrived, been evaluated, and credit assigned.

No action is needed here if you have not earned college credit elsewhere.


STEP THREE – Activate Your MTC Email

Upon notification that your account has been updated, reset your MTC password.

View this brief video on how to activate your MTC username and email.


 STEP FOUR – Course Registration

  • Advising Appointment

Congratulations on your acceptance! Request an advising appointment by email at advising@mtc.edu.  Advising staff will arrange a phone appointment with you to create your schedule.

  • Placement Testing

Some courses require placement testing before you can sign up for the course.  Your academic advisor will evaluate your needs and guide you accordingly. Recent high school grades, college courses, ACT, or SAT scores may be substituted for placement testing.

Thank you for enrolling at MTC!

Check your MTC email frequently for updates and instructions on classes, fee payments, and many more topics.

STEP ONE – Be Admitted To MTC

  • Apply

Apply for general admission HERE.

NOTE: When choosing a degree program, select “Non-Degree Seeking”.  This will indicate you intend to only take a class or two.

Have questions about degrees, certificates, or careers?  Schedule a phone appointment with an admissions representative HERE. The experienced staff is ready to help.

  • Transcripts

High school or college transcript needs will vary upon the course(s) you wish to take. Entry-level courses will require a high school transcript for advising purposes. Advanced courses may require a college transcript.

NOTE: Contact the admissions staff at enroll@mtc.edu with questions about this.

Call or email your current or former high school and request that your transcript be sent to MTC by mail or to enroll@mtc.edu.

A college transcript may be sent to MTC’s Registrar’s Office.  Most colleges use online services for electronic delivery.  You will be notified when your college transcript has arrived, been evaluated, and transfer credit assigned.

Unofficial high school transcripts may be used temporarily for admission during the COVID-9 outbreak. This includes copies that you may already have in your possession.

Official college transcripts will be required for credit transfer.

GED transcripts may be ordered from www.ged.com. This website will require that you create an account and charges a fee for your order.

International transcripts may be ordered HERE.

  • Acceptance Notification

A letter or email of your acceptance will be sent to you when your file is complete.  This will contain your MTC Student ID number.  Keep your ID number as it is used for your college username and email.


 STEP TWO – Activate Your MTC Account

View this brief video on how to activate your MTC username and email.


STEP THREE – Course Registration

  • Advising Appointment

Congratulations on your acceptance! Request an advising appointment by email at advising@mtc.edu.  Advising staff will arrange a phone appointment with you to create your schedule.

  • Placement Testing

Some courses require placement testing before you can sign up for the course.  Your academic advisor will evaluate your needs and guide you accordingly. Recent high school grades, college coursework, ACT, or SAT scores may be substituted for placement testing.

Thank you for enrolling at MTC!

Check your MTC email frequently for updates and instructions on classes, fee payments, and many more topics.

Follow these steps only if you have notified your school district by April 1, 2020, of your intent to participate in College Credit Plus.

Contact us at ccp@mtc.edu with any questions you have about the application and registration process.


STEP ONE – Have a qualifying test score through Accuplacer, ACT, or other acceptable testing measures.

Click here for the state testing requirements for admission into College Credit Plus. Submit official test scores by email to enroll@mtc.edu.

Due to the absence of testing during the COVID-19 pandemic, a grade point average of 3.0 or higher will be accepted as a qualifying score for the fall 2020 semester.  A school transcript containing your grade point average may be emailed to enroll@mtc.edu. 


STEP TWO – Be Admitted To MTC

  • Apply for CCP admission HERE.

 Be sure to check the College Credit Plus box displayed in the Academic Information section of the application.

  • Submit a School Transcript

Contact your school counselor and request that your transcript is sent to MTC by mail or email at enroll@mtc.edu. Your school transcript will be needed for the course registration process.

 Unofficial copies may be used temporarily for admission during the COVID-9 pandemic. This includes copies that you may already have in your possession.

  • Acceptance Notification

A letter or email of your acceptance will be sent to you when your file is complete.  This will contain your MTC Student ID number.  Keep your ID number as it is used for Step Three.


STEP THREE – Activate Your MTC Email

View this brief video on how to activate your MTC username and email.


STEP FOUR – Course Registration

  • Registering for classes located on Marion Tech’s campus is done with the help of a First-Year Advisor. Request an appointment by sending an email to the Student Resource Center at advising@mtc.edu.
  • Registering for classes located at your high school is done with the help of your school counselor and coordinated with our College Credit Plus staff. Contact your school counselor for scheduling help.

 Some courses require placement testing before you can take the course.  Your academic advisor will evaluate your needs and guide you accordingly. Recent high school grades, ACT, or SAT scores may be substituted for placement testing.

Thank you for enrolling at MTC!

Check your MTC email frequently for updates and instructions on classes, and many more topics.

Phone Appointments with Admissions during COVID-19

Are you interested in applying to MTC and speaking with admissions? All admissions staff are currently working remotely, but we won’t let that slow you down. You can discover the programs we offer, how to enroll, and discuss the financial aid process with an admissions representative via phone. Use the following link to choose an appointment time that is convenient for you. An admissions representative will call you at your appointment time.

Tip: Get the most out of your appointment by viewing the MTC website during your appointment.

Individual Admission Appointment

To truly experience what Marion Technical College has to offer, we encourage you to visit our campus and meet with a member of our Admission staff.  Use the button below to schedule your visit. We will explain the application process, paying for college, placement tests, and more. Your appointment will be confirmed by text message and you will receive a text reminder the day before your appointment.

Free Sample Courses

MTC has developed Free Sample Courses that you can try to “test drive” the online learning experience. Online course options at MTC include both synchronous and asynchronous courses.

Sixty Plus Program

The Sixty Plus Program allows students aged 60 and older to attend classes tuition-free for non-credit.  Details are available on the Sixty Plus page.

Bring a Sixty Plus Application Form and your driver’s license to the admissions office to get started.  Admission staff can explain available courses and associated lab fees.

Campus Tours for High School Students

These group events include information sessions on admissions, financial aid, and academic advising.  Also included is a guided campus tour and a complimentary lunch!

Admission Staff Contact Information

Tony Box
Director of Admissions & Recruitment
740-386-4109
boxt@mtc.edu

Jay Schlater
Assistant Director, Admissions & Recruitment
740-386-4233
schlaterj@mtc.edu

Sheryl Rossi
Admission Specialist
740-389-4582
rossis@mtc.edu

LaToya Tyler
Admissions Counselor
740-386-4108
tylerl@mtc.edu

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