Although MTC campuses are closed due to coronavirus (COVID-19), you can complete the MTC application right here online. Our enrollment team will be working remotely to help you move from applied to enrolled. If you have questions, you can always call, email, or Live Chat with us for a one-on-one conversation. (Coronavirus: FAQs and Resources page)
Need to meet with an Admissions Counselor? The Admissions Team is available to answer your enrollment questions in a virtual meeting environment. If you would like a virtual admissions meeting, please submit a request to email@example.com.
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Browse our programs to find one that meets your goals, timeline, and budget!
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Note: Only Academic students need to apply to MTC. Training students can simply register for courses online without applying.
Our online application system allows you to create an account so that you don't have to finish your application in one sitting. Log in anytime and pick up where you left off!
- What are the admission requirements for MTC?
Admission requirements can vary based on what type of student you are.
- How do I get started?
Just follow our step-by-step enrollment guide!
- What can I major in?
- How many courses should I take?
MTC suggests the following guidelines. It can be tough to balance school and other responsibilities, so don't overload yourself with too many courses at first! Be sure to check course load criteria if you have a LIFE scholarship or other scholarships.
Your Situation MTC Suggested Guidelines I don't work. 12 credits in your first term; 12 or more in subsequent terms I work part-time. 3-6 credits in your first term; 6-9 in subsequent terms I work full-time. 3 credits in your first term; 6 in subsequent terms
- I need to change my legal residence.
Tuition is based upon the student's legal residency. If an applicant or student wishes to petition to change his/her residency status, he may complete and submit an Application for Reclassification of Residency.
- I need to ask someone about my record.
The Office of the Registrar (Records Office) is the administrative body responsible for enrollment and degree verification, auditing a course, transcript request, advanced standing, and transfer of credits.
What's the difference between Training and Academic Programs?
Only academic programs provide college credit, transfer to four-year colleges and universities, and are eligible for federal financial aid (FAFSA). Training programs can be completed in a matter of weeks or months. These are not eligible for federal financial aid, but they may qualify for other scholarships and grant funds.