- New Student
If you have never attended a college or university, you are considered a new student. New students just need to follow the general steps to enrollment.
- Career Development Student
A student taking academic courses, but not entering a degree program. They may be taking courses for self-development or as a prerequisite to entering another college.
- Dual Enrollment / High School Student
Includes high school students who are graduating early and students who want to take college courses while they're still in high school.
- Health Sciences Student
Admissions requirements for all other MTC Health Sciences programs, excluding nursing.
- International Student
International students are attending MTC under an F-1 student visa from a country outside the United States.
- Returning Student
If you have previously attended MTC, but were not enrolled for the last two terms (other than the summer term) and wish to re-enroll, you are considered a returning student.
- Senior Citizen Students
Individuals 60 years old or older, who are legal residents of South Carolina, may be eligible for free tuition at Midlands Technical College.
- Student Returning from Suspension
Former MTC students returning from a period of suspension should follow these guidelines.
- Student Transferring to MTC
If you have attended another college and are transferring to MTC, see Admissions Requirements for Students Transferring to MTC.
- Student Visiting MTC from Another College
Students at other schools who are taking a class at MTC that they want to transfer back to their original institution.
- MTC Student Taking Courses at Another College
MTC students who are taking a course at another college that they want to transfer back to MTC.
- Nursing Student
Nursing students have some additional admissions requirements, including health prerequisites and background checks.
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