Thank you to all veterans and active duty military personnel for your service to our country! We are here to help you transition from soldier to student.
“I have used the Veteran Services at MTC and the staff is knowledgeable and helpful. The process was not hard.” – Sarah Rick, Radiography Student
Come network with other military members and veterans on the first Tuesday of each month from 12:30-1:30 p.m. in the Alber Student Center, room 111B. Bring your lunch, hang out, study, and meet new people. (Excludes holidays or when campus is closed.)
How to Apply
As a veteran or active duty student, we have staff that will help you enroll at MTC. Contact the Office of Admission at 740-389-4636 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Your application fee will be waived.
“I am using my post 9-11 G.I. Bill® and the process was actually pretty easy. Diane in the financial aid office is very knowledgeable and will do anything to help you. The only advice that I would give is don’t forget to do the FAFSA and see about getting grants. It will help you in the long run.” – Christine Stoddard
Your military training, experience, and coursework will count for credit at MTC. We use the American Council on Education guide to translate military education into credit that will be applied toward your major or general education requirements, when possible. Contact Bob Chidester at 740-389-4636 ext. 322 or email@example.com.
We can help you with career counseling, resume development, interviewing skills, and job searching strategies. Contact Shannon Niedzwicki at 740-389-4636 ext. 317 or firstname.lastname@example.org to start building your career strategy.
We employ a licensed professional clinical counselor to help students address personal challenges and barriers to academic success. Consultations with the counselor are confidential and free to MTC students. For more information, visit the Student Resource Center or contact Mike Stuckey at 740-389-4636 ext. 271.
We are committed to serving students with disabilities equally. Our student resource center (SRC) houses the Office of Disabilities and will advocate on behalf of students for reasonable accommodations for physical, mental, learning, and/or emotional disabilities.
Suicide is preventable!
In 2015, 1100 College students died from suicide. Suicide was the second leading cause of death for children and young adults, from ages 10-35.
Do you or someone you know need help?
Are you or someone you know considering suicide? Contact the services below.
Veterans? Help is available, just for you.
Veterans Crisis Line or Text to 838255
You can also call 1-800-273-8255 Press 1 and
You can have a Confidential Veterans Chat by clicking the link below:
Here are some additional links for veterans and active duty students: