COVID-19 Information for Students

Information for Students

  • Friday the CDC issued new guidance on indoor masking based on enhanced metrics by county.  The new guidance can be found here: COVID-19 Community Levels | CDC.  Based on this new guidance, Marion County is considered medium (yellow) and there is not a recommendation for indoor masking.  The guidance highlights the following for areas which are yellow:

    • If you are at high risk for severe illness, talk to your healthcare provider about whether you need to wear a mask and take other precautions
    • Stay up to date with COVID-19 vaccines
    • Get tested if you have symptoms
    • People may choose to mask at any time.
    • People with symptoms, a positive test, or exposure to someone with COVID-19 should wear a mask.

    As a result of this change, we will be removing the masking requirement while in Marion Tech buildings at all locations beginning Monday, February 28, 2022.

COVID QUESTIONNAIRE NOTICE: You must complete this questionnaire daily before proceeding to classes or working at MTC: COVID-19 Health Screening Questionnaire

We can fully assist you via phone.

Primary phone number:  740-389-4636

Direct phone numbers to MTC offices:

  • Admissions and Financial Aid:  740-386-4113
  • Student Accounts:  740-386-4172
  • Office of the Registrar:  740-386-4104
  • Center for Student Success and Engagement (CSSE):  740-386-4200


COVID-19 Notice – 2021-2022 Academic Year

As we prepare for the upcoming academic year, the challenges and uncertainty for delivering course content remain in this COVID-19 environment.  The college intends to provide academic courses through a variety of formats, including in-person/onsite, blended/hybrid, remote, and online.  Since unanticipated circumstances at any time could affect the ability to deliver course content in a particular manner, the college reserves the right to modify the delivery method for course content for the health and safety of students, faculty, and staff.  Irrespective of the delivery format, the college’s competitive tuition, and course fee structure shall remain the same for academic courses, consistent with published college tuition and fee schedules.  There will be no refund or reduction on tuition or course fees since the college will be providing a full semester of instruction and awarding full academic credit to those who satisfactorily fulfill course requirements.

Course Formats

Choose from four types of classes in formats designed to keep you safe and meet your needs. Formats include in-person, blended hybrid, synchronous online, and asynchronous online.  Learn more about these formats here.

New Student Orientation

New Student Orientation is available online.  This is required for all new students, including transfer and former CCP.  For more information, please visit https://www.mtc.edu/future-students/orientation/.


Setting up your MyMTC account:

Establish your password to gain access to your MTC email and MyMTC account.  This brief video will show you how.


Advising and registering for classes:

Any student with 12+ completed credits in good standing (2.0) can register online in MyInfo. CCP students are not eligible for online registration and must contact their advisor to register. Step-by-step instructions for online registration are included in the following PDF:

Online Registration Instructions

You are encouraged to speak with your advisor prior to registering to ensure you are selecting the right courses. If you are new to MTC or have fewer than 12 credits completed or you are on academic warning or probation, you will need to meet with an advisor to register.  Registration appointments are currently being held by phone or Zoom.

For more information about advising during the fall semester, please visit https://www.mtc.edu/current-students/advising/.

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.

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.

Book an Admissions Phone Appointment

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

Will College Credit Plus (CCP) continue during COVID-19? Where can I get the information?

College Credit Plus (CCP) classes offered at our high school partner sites will return to normal starting in the Fall of 2021. Please contact your home high school to verify. Students wanting to take CCP courses online or at MTC please contact our CCP department with any questions  collegecreditplus@mtc.edu  The Ohio Department of Education has provided the following resource for information on CCP during COVID-19:

COVID-19 Crisis Guidance for CCP Students & Families

Will support services be available to students?

Yes. MTC recognizes that with all the changes and fluctuations due to COVID prevention measures, attending college may have been, and may continue to be, a bit more stressful than you expected.  There are student services available at MTC to assist you with managing your stress.

If you want to talk with someone about your stress/anxiety, Mike Stuckey at MTC is available by email (stuckeym@mtc.edu) or phone (740-386-4171) to provide guidance to community counseling resources, if needed.

Additionally, Natalie Longmeier, the Student Resource Navigator for MTC, is still available to assist students in getting connected to community resources for additional support in housing, food, transportation, family situations, etc. Natalie is available for on-campus, walk-ins, and face-to-face contact but still can be reached by email or phone Monday through Friday during regular business hours. Please leave a message or text her at 740-262-8356, or email at ern.marionmatters@gmail.com.

If you are a student with a documented disability that the new guidelines are now impacting and you want to discuss possible accommodations, please contact Jenifer Montag, Director of Disability Services at MTC by email DS@mtc.edu or phone 740-386-4222.

Available for all students who want additional reading and writing support through computer tools that read text on the computer aloud, or assist with writing skills, please download Read & Write software.

How can I get assistance with Canvas and other online/ technology needs?

Students may contact Mike White at whitejm@mtc.edu. Students are also able to get technical support for their online needs in Canvas by clicking on the HELP button (24/7 Canvas Support is available for students).

How do you use conferences in Canvas?

What other technology resources are available for students?

Tyler Maley, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, has created a Google document of resources for students with information on wi-fi access, cellular data plans, remote learning, and more. This resource will be updated regularly and is available through the following link:

Resources for Students During Virtual Learning

Jenifer Montag, Director of Disability Services, has developed the following resource to assist students in managing the transition to online learning:

Adjusting Your Study Habits Through the COVID-19 Transition

Student Assistance Program

Your ComPsych, GuidanceResources, Student Assistance Program offers someone to talk to and resources to consult whenever and wherever you need them.  These services are free of charge and include in-person mental health counsel for you and anyone else living in your household. For immediate assistance, call toll-free (833) 955-3384. For additional information,  Contact Your GuidanceResources@ Student Assistance Program

I need to send a printed document to MTC electronically, such as a transcript. How can I do so?

If you do not have a scanner at home, a solution would be to use your mobile phone’s camera and an app to convert an image of a document into a shareable PDF. One such app is Genius Scan, available for iOS and Android devices. You can download Genius Scan for free and optionally unlock a paid upgrade if you want to do so:

Genius scan app icon
Genius Scan by The Grizzly Labs

App Store icon     Google Play icon

Will the Testing Center be open?

Yes, the Testing Center is open on a limited basis due to social distancing guidelines.  Appointments are required.  You can sign up for a time here.  Evening appointments are available by request, please call 740-386-4200 or email testing@mtc.edu to make arrangements.  If you need to take the Accuplacer placement test, reach out to your advisor about alternate placement testing that can be done online at home before scheduling a time to take the Accuplacer on campus to see if this is an option for you.

Will the Marion Campus Library be open?


Spring Semester Library Information

  • Library Hours
  • Monday – Thursday        8a-8p
  • Friday                                8a-5p
  • Saturday/Sunday             CLOSED

As a reminder, the library will close at 5 pm on December 17th and reopen on January 3rd at 8 am.


For questions, please contact the library staff.

Head Librarian: Pat Wood 740-725-6335 wood.360@osu.edu /woodp@mtc.edu.

Library Associate: Deanna Bachtell 740-725-6327 bachtell.1@osu.edu / bachtelld@mtc.edu.

For more information about the library, visit our webpage at www.mtc.edu/library.

ASC – Open Lab Hours: 

Mondays – Thursdays 9 am – 7 pm

Fridays 9 am – 3 pm.

Will financial aid, admissions, and other student support services remain open?

Yes. These resources will remain open via phone.