Admissions Policies

Admissions Policy

Maysville Community and Technical College welcomes all individuals with a desire and commitment to achieve post-secondary educational goals. MCTC’s admission policy requires all students to have a valid admissions application, ACT or COMPASS scores, and, if under the age of 25, an official high school transcript or passing GED scores on file at the time of registration. In addition, transfer students must have official transcripts mailed directly to the college in order for the admission file to be complete and before the student can register.

 

Admission Procedures

  • Prospective students should contact the admissions office or complete an online application.
  • Applicants should submit results of the American College Test® (ACT). Applicants who have not taken the ACT® must complete the COMPASS™ placement examination administered by the Assessment Center. For specific information regarding course placement, students should refer to the college’s Assessment and Placement Policy, which is available on the MCTC website.
  • Applicants under the age of 25, must submit an official copy of the high school transcript or GED. Applicants entering with transfer credit must submit an official transcript from each college previously attended forwarded to the admissions office.
  • Students who are re-entering MCTC after being out for one or more semesters are required to submit a new application for admission.
  • Admission to a college does not guarantee admission to a specific program. Applicants seeking admission to selective admission programs should contact the program coordinator for information regarding any special requirements for program admission.
  • Applicants must submit an application for admission and supporting documents prior to the application deadline for the term or session for which the student wishes to enroll. Applicants will receive an admission acceptance letter which will contain their Student ID number.
  • A student who applies for admission to MCTC will receive instructions to establish access to Student Self-Service. Student Self- Service allows a student access to many services such as registration, grades, class schedule, financial aid awards, bill payment and many other services.
  • All enrolled MCTC students will be given access to an assigned email account. Official communication from faculty and student service personnel will be sent to this address. Students will continue to have access to this account as long as they are enrolled. After receiving the completed application and other forms, the admission office will notify the applicant of his or her admission status.
  • Once the student’s admission filed is complete, the student is eligible to enroll in classes.