October 21, 2020
Get a jumpstart on Spring Semester.
This winter break, complete a full course in less than 3 weeks with MTC's new Wintermester. All Wintermester courses are completely online (asynchronous) and run from December 18-January 6. Registration is now open – talk to your advisor to see if Wintermester is a good fit for you.
Build your best Spring schedule now.
Spring registration is happening now! If you haven't already, book your virtual Spring advisement appointment so you can get the courses you need in the times and delivery methods that work best for you. If you need help registering, visit our drop-in Zoom room, or check out this Registration Toolbox for how-to videos and step-by-step guides.
Planning to take an online class?
If you plan to take a 100% online class in Wintermester or Spring Semester and haven't completed the Virtual Backpack, complete it now in D2L. The Virtual Backpack is a free, short course that helps prepare you to succeed in online courses.
Last chance to apply for MTC Scholarships
Have you applied for MTC Foundation Scholarships yet? It's easy – just fill out ONE application and be automatically matched to many scholarships. The deadline to apply is Oct. 31.
MTC will be closed for Election Day, Tuesday, November 3, 2020. Information about voting requirements, poll locations, and absentee voting is available from the S.C. Election Commission.
Stay safe and well.
We appreciate what our students, faculty, and staff are doing to help keep MTC's campuses safe. If you have questions regarding COVID-19 safety on campus, you can always refer to the ON-CAMPUS STUDENT PLAN and GUIDELINES.
Corporate and Continuing Education
Learn about offerings through QuickJobs Programs, new self-paced, online certificate programs, and Virtual STEM Summer Camps.
- Coronavirus Impact Update for August 19, 2020
Tips for getting ready. New training courses start this month.
Fall is almost here! We can’t wait to see you on-campus, virtually, and online as your new programs and classes start this month. Please continue to familiarize yourself with the ON-CAMPUS STUDENT PLAN and GUIDELINES to help keep you safe and prevent the spread of COVID-19.
If you see someone on campus without a face covering:
Face coverings are required on campus while in the presence of others and in public settings including common spaces, meeting rooms, rest rooms, hallways, classrooms, labs etc. If you see a person not wearing a face covering, please let a faculty or staff member know, and he or she will address the situation for you.
New Student Work Spaces
When you return to campus, you will have access to some new student work spaces. These spots around each campus are designed to allow for quiet work spaces when you need to access online materials or to take part in virtual instruction or classwork.
*Hours: 7:30am-4pm on T,TH
Zoom Safety Reminders
MTC cares about your safety and your success. Here are some Zoom best practices in order to help keep your virtual classes protected and running smoothly. Learn more by watching Zoom EDU: Zoom for Students and reading MTC's Zoom Participant Guide.
Back in Business
The Airport and Beltline campus Subway restaurants are open for business. You can stop in between 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Monday through Thursday. You can also call ahead and place your order. Call 803.822.6768 for the Airport Campus Subway or 803.738.7829 for the Beltline Campus.
The Fall 2020 Training Guide has arrived. From cybersecurity analysts to patient care techs, our programs and courses will help you reach your career goals. MTC also offers online certificates and courses through our trusted training partners; search certificate options from UGotClass, career training from ed2go, and short-term training from ed2go.
If you'd like to make sure you're on the Training Guide mailing list, please contact the CCE Registration Office at email@example.com.
- Coronavirus Impact Update for August 5, 2020
It's finally August. That means in just a few weeks, all MTC campuses will be open to students taking on-campus classes. When you arrive, things will look and feel a little bit different. We've been proactively putting precautions in place that include social distancing, disinfecting protocols, rearranging classrooms, and safety reminders. Here's a behind-the-scenes glimpse at what learning looks like now on the MTC campuses.
Please continue to familiarize yourself with the ON-CAMPUS STUDENT PLAN and GUIDELINES. Collectively, we all bear personal responsibilities to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Our goal is to keep you safe while preparing you for your next educational and career steps.
- You have options: MTC has created four course delivery modes that all provide safe value, close to home. Be sure to search the MTC course offerings to create a schedule that fits your comfort level.
- Time is ticking: If you are already registered for fall courses, you need to pay tuition and fees by Friday, August 14 at 1 p.m. Otherwise, you could be dropped from your courses. If you have not registered yet, be sure to schedule your advisement appointment ASAP.
- Need to be advised? Act right away – Zoom appointments are filling fast! Schedule your advising appointment.
- Already advised but need to register? Use the tools on this webpage to register right now in Student Planning. Registration assistance is also available.
Access student work spaces
Whether you're taking classes on campus, or you're taking online and virtual classes, MTC has safe where you can come to campus and get your school work done. The college's student work spaces are quiet spots on each campus where you can access WiFi, take part in virtual classes, and work on your assignments. Most spaces are open Monday - Thursday from 7:30 a.m. - 9:00 p.m., and Friday 7:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Complimentary WiFi is also accessible from your vehicle in MTC parking lots 24/7.
These are the locations available:
- Airport Campus - Library and Academic Center
- Batesburg-Leesville Campus - BL Building (Open Tuesdays and Thursdays)
- Beltline Campus - Learning Resource Center (LRC)
- Fairfield Campus - Rooms 101/101A (8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. M-Th)
- Harbison Campus - Library/Academic Success Center (ASC)
- Northeast Campus - Library/Academic Success Center (ASC)
Hear from MTC students
Fellow students say taking online and virtual courses this fall has its advantages. Hear their experiences, and listen to why you should want a seat at the table as a member of the Student Advisory Board (SAB). Applications are due Monday.
Again, welcome back, and best wishes to each of you this semester!
If you are sick (or have been around someone who is sick), please DO NOT REPORT TO CAMPUS.
Instead, adhere to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) If You Are Sick guidelines, and contact Student Development Services (SDS) at 803.732.5201. A college staff member will talk with you, confidentially, about your situation and let you know how many days to stay away from campus.