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Tips for Parents and Family Members of First-Generation Students
What some of our current first-generation college students at MTC wish their parents would know:
Resources for First-Generation College Students:
Interested in taking classes at MTC? See below for the links to see what classes are being offered.
If you are a new student, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for the next steps.
Continuing students should contact their advisors to schedule classes.
We can help you with career counseling, resume development, interviewing skills, and job searching strategies. Contact email@example.com to start building your career strategy.
We are committed to serving students with disabilities equally. Our Center for Student Success and Engagement (CSSE) houses the Office of Disabilities and will advocate on behalf of students for reasonable accommodations for physical, mental, learning, and/or emotional disabilities.
We strongly encourage veteran or active duty students with a disability to contact the Office of Disabilities by emailing DS@mtc.edu or stopping by room BR 183F, located in the SRC during the admissions process.
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 Center for Student Success and Engagement or contact Mike Stuckey at 740-386-4171