MTC is the best place to start your college degree or career after high school. We offer more than 61 associate degrees, certificates and transfer programs. You can earn an associate degree or certificate at MTC and then, if you choose, easily transfer to a four-year college.
We have transfer agreements with many Ohio colleges and universities. After completing your first two years at MTC, you can easily transfer to a four-year college to complete your bachelor’s degree. By starting local, you can achieve career success and save money – as much as two hundred dollars per credit hour.
Learn more about our transfer programs.
If you want to attend MTC, you can apply online right now! We will need your final high school transcripts or GED scores and a valid Social Security Number or Taxpayer Identification Number.*
You don’t need to submit ACT and SAT scores to apply but, if you have them available, please submit them with your application. If you’re submitting AP scores, please ask the College Board to send them to us directly.
If you earned MTC college credit while in high school, please contact the Office of Admission at 740-389-4636 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can save as much as two hundred dollars per credit hour by studying at MTC. Learn more about Financial Aid and available options to help you pay for college.
Dates & Deadlines
Our academic calendar lists important dates for applying to MTC, registering for classes, and more. Make sure you don’t miss any deadlines! View the calendar.
We offer advising, tutoring, and other support services for each and every one of our students. Learn more about our Student Resource Center.
If you’re considering attending MTC, we would love to have you visit us on campus. You can schedule an individual appointment or attend a group tour with other high school students and recent grads. Learn more or make an appointment.
Ohio College Tech Prep is a seamless, integrated education and experiential pathway that starts in high school, continues through postsecondary education, and leads to career success. If you are interested in taking dual credit course while you are still in high school, visit the Tech Prep website to learn more.