How to Enroll

We are excited you’re interested in continuing your education! Your first step to becoming a student is to apply for admission. Before you begin the online application, make sure you have everything you need to tell us about yourself:

  • Your Social Security number
  • An email address we can use to contact you.
  • Name and address of the high school you attended
  • Name and address of any colleges you attended

Got everything you need? Great!

You're ready to start your application.

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PromotionFirst Time Students

The steps below are for students who have never attended a college before. If you are enrolled in dual credit classes through MCTC and would like to enroll as a first-time college student after graduating high school, please see the steps titled Readmission/Returning/Dual Credit Students.

  1. Complete the application for admission.

  2. Apply for financial aid by completing the FAFSA (use school code 006960).

  3. Send your high school transcript or GED
    Contact your high school and request that they send an official copy of your high school transcript that includes your high school graduation date and official high school seal or counselors signature either via mail or email directly to MCTC. Official GED transcripts can be requested from their site.

  4. Take the college entrance exam
    If you need to schedule entrance testing with MCTC, please contact  the MCTC Testing Center to schedule your appointment. MCTC administers the TABE for English and Reading and the KYOTE for Math.

  5. Register for classes
    Once your admissions file is complete, you can schedule an appointment to meet with your academic advisor and schedule classes. You can find your advisor and their contact information in your Student Self-Service Account.

  6. Pay your tuition
    Once you are registered for classes, you will be responsible for paying your tuition and making sure that any accepted financial aid is posted to your account. If you have questions about how to set up a payment plan.

  7. Attend Orientation
    Complete registration to attend New Student Orientation. 

PromotionNon-Degree Seeking Students

The steps below are for students not planning to pursue a degree at the college and who want to take no more than six credit hours per semester. Please note that non-degree students are not eligible to participate in federal student aid programs or to receive Veteran Educational Benefits.

  1. Complete the application for admission.

  2. Send transcripts and/or test scores
    Non-degree seeking students are not required to submit official documents, however; any student who wishes to take a course in either English or Math will be required to take the respective MCTC entrance exam or show evidence of successful completion of pre-requisite college courses, or successful placement scores.

    Students who later decide to become degree-seeking must submit all required documents, such as an official high school transcript or GED transcript and any college transcripts in order to be admitted as a degree-seeking student.

  3. Register for classes
    Once your admission file is complete, you can schedule an appointment to meet with your advisor. You can find your advisor and their contact information in your Student Self-Service Account.

  4. Pay your tuition
    Once you are registered for classes, you will be responsible for paying your tuition. If you have questions about how to set up a payment plan.

PromotionReadmission/Returning/Dual Credit Students

The steps below are for those students who have previously attended MCTC but have not been enrolled in classes for one or more semesters AND for students who were enrolled with MCTC in dual credit classes while a high school student.

  1. Complete the application for admission.
  2. After you have completed the application for admission, submit any required official transcripts and test scores to your home campus (please note that if you have submitted these to MCTC in the past, you do not need to submit them again).

  3. Apply for financial aid by completing the FAFSA (use school code 006960).

  4. Register for classes
    Once your admissions file is complete, you can schedule an advising appointment with your faculty advisor. You can find your faculty advisor and their contact information in your Student Self-Service Account.

  5. Pay your tuition
    Once you are registered for classes, you are responsible for paying your tuition and making sure that your financial aid is posted to your student account. If you have questions about how to set up a payment plan, please click here.
  6. Attend Orientation
    Complete registration to attend New Student Orientation.

PromotionTransfer Students

The steps below are for those students currently enrolled in another college who plan to transfer to MCTC.

  1. Complete the application for admission.

  2. Apply for financial aid by completing the FAFSA (use school code 006960).

  3. Send your high school transcript or GED
    Contact your high school and request that they send an official copy of your high school transcript that includes your high school graduation date and official high school seal or counselors signature. Official GED transcripts can be requested from their site.

  4. Send your college transcripts
    Please contact any college or university you have attended and request that they send an official copy of your college transcript to MCTC.

  5. Take the college entrance exam
    If your transfer credit does not satisfy the prerequisites for college level enrollment you will need to complete the Compass exam. Contact the MCTC Testing Center to schedule a Compass testing appointment.

  6. Register for classes
    Once your admission file is complete, you can schedule an appointment to meet with your advisor. You can find your advisor and their contact information in your Student Self-Service Account.

  7. Attend orientation
    Schedule a new student orientation session.

  8. Pay your tuition
    Once you are registered for classes, you will be responsible for paying your tuition and making sure that any accepted financial aid is posted to your account. If you have questions about how to set up a payment plan.