MTC Campus Overview
About Marion Tech
In 1971, Marion Technical College (MTC) began a history of service, opening its doors to 187 students enrolled in four technical programs. To date, over 50,000 students have attended classes in more than 40 associate degree and certificate programs in Arts and Sciences, Business, Engineering, Allied Health, Information, Nursing, and Public Service technologies.
Over the years, MTC has developed courses and programs to meet the educational needs of the community, preparing over 10,000 associate degree graduates for dynamic professional and technical careers. Faculty and staff use national and regional career data and partnerships with employers and other professionals to develop programs that match current and future workplace needs and university transfer opportunities.
Additionally, the College’s Workforce Solutions department continues to creatively meet the needs of business and industry - employee testing and evaluation, job analysis, consulting, and customized training.
To support student success among a diverse student body, MTC offers a full range of career services, financial aid counseling, tutoring, recreational activities, a bookstore, computer labs, organizations, technology and publications.
An important part of attending college is making friends and memories. MTC sponsors various clubs and organizations, intramural athletics, unique outdoor pursuit programs, recreational and common areas, a gymnasium, aerobics and weight room facilities, meeting rooms, wireless Internet lounges, and a full-service library.
Throughout the school year, a schedule of fun-filled campus events and activities provides students with opportunities to meet and interact with new and old friends, college staff, and members of the Marion community. Marion Technical College is located on a 180-acre campus just east of the city of Marion on State Route 95, sharing facilities with The Ohio State University at Marion (OSUM).