Following the governor’s directive, all MTC campuses are closed at this time, but important resources are still available for student access.
Staff members will be working remotely during normal operating hours to ensure that the lines of communication remain open for students who have questions or need assistance. For updates on the impact of the COVID-19 and the college's response, visit midlandstech.edu/coronavirus. You can also visit the Coronavirus: FAQs and Resources page for answers to frequently asked questions.
To get started, explore the resources listed below, or use the live chat function to speak with a team member from Student Information Services.
- ACADEMIC RESOURCES
Need help with a class? Academic Success Centers offer free individual tutoring, computer access, interactive educational programs, and even microscopes and slides.
College Opportunity Programs are special partnerships designed to help you through unique educational opportunities.
Whether you have an assignment, or just doing research, the MTC Library is here to help.
The MTC Foundation offers several scholarships to help cover your tuition. To apply, you must complete an online scholarship application, in addition to the FAFSA.
The Office of Student Assessment provides a wide range of testing services for students, faculty, staff, and the MTC community.
Student Retention Services is here to provide you with the tips, tools, and resources to ensure that you can make your college experience the best it can be.
As one of the largest providers of veterans’ educational benefits in the state, MTC is fully staffed to assist veterans in processing their benefits.
- CAREER RESOURCES
Students are invited to connect with Alumni Association members for enriching opportunities that can help you grow academically, professionally, and personally.
MTC’s counseling staff assists enrolled students, potential students, and returning alumni in establishing personal and career goals.
Student Employment Services (SES) has the expertise, experience, and resources to make your job search easier.
- STUDENT RECORDS
The Office of the Registrar is responsible for enrollment and degree verification, auditing courses, and transcript requests. Many of these transactions can be done through MyMTC.
Requesting a transcript is easy and convenient through the National Student Clearinghouse.
- OTHER RESOURCES
Designed to aid adults’ transition to the college environment, MTC has dedicated services and programs for adult learners.
You can buy new and used textbooks, reference books, and school supplies at the bookstore. The bookstores also offer specialty items such as backpacks, imprinted shirts, mugs, and snacks.
The MTC app keeps you connected to MTC. Through the app, you can access D2l, look up your grades, and discover upcoming events directly from your smartphone and tablet.
In accordance with the Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act, disability services are offered with a variety of assistive technology resources.
Ride The Comet Bus for free
All MTC faculty, staff, and students can now ride The Comet Bus for free with an official MTC ID card.
Download and explore the newest MTC Student Handbook, filled with everything you need to know as a new student.
With more than 20 student clubs and organizations, there are many ways for you to get involved while you’re at MTC.
Title IX prohibits any discrimination based on sex, including sexual harassment, sexual assault, and sexual misconduct. Learn more about Title IX, and the resources available to all MTC students.
- TRAINING RESOURCES
Looking for training or continuing education resources? Click the link above to learn more about registration, financial help, important forms, and more.
- CAMPUS ESSENTIALS
Want to see for yourself?
We love for prospective students to come and see our beautiful campuses. To learn more about our campuses or to set up a tour, please visit Campus Tours.
Inside MyMTC, students can access their email, class schedules, billing information, grades and more!