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The application process is required for all long-term career programs (1,050 class hours or more). Some of our programs require a different application process. See exceptions at the bottom of this page.

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Adult Student

Adult Students Long-Term Application Process

Introduction

MNTC operates on a traditional school calendar with sessions starting in August and January. Some career programs may have quarterly openings for students to start sooner, if space is available. Enrollment begins in January for the following Fall semester. We highly recommend applications be submitted for the upcoming Fall semester by February of that year, since many of our programs are highly competitive.

Admission to most of Moore Norman Technology Center’s training programs is based on completing the following steps:

Step 1: Complete an Application

Find a Long-Term Career Program you're interested in and then complete an application.

Not sure what you're interested in? You can also request a free career advisement prior to your application.

Step 2: Meet with a Career Advisor

Your MNTC Career Advisor will cover the following:

  • Interview questions will be asked during your career advisement.
  • This includes the ACCUPLACER, ACT, or college General Education courses GPA), if needed. Your career advisor will provide more information. To schedule an assessment, click here.
  • Submit a copy of your transcript to Student Services. Call (405) 801-5000 for more information.

Step 3: Apply for Financial Aid, if needed.

Financial aid and scholarship information is available here.

Exceptions & Disclaimers

Exceptions

Exceptions for the above steps include Dental Assisting, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Medical Assisting, Practical Nursing, Surgical Technology, and high-school only programs. Please review those individual Career Programs or call (405) 801-5000 for more information.

Acceptance

Completion of the application does not constitute admission to Moore Norman Technology Center or placement on a waiting list for a career major that may be full at the time application is made.

  • If a student meets career major criteria requirements, and space is available, the student is notified by letter they have been accepted and enrolled.
  • If a student meets career major criteria requirements, but space is not available, the student is notified by letter that they have been placed on a waiting list and will be contacted by phone when an opening occurs.
  • If a student does not meet career major criteria requirements, a career advisor will contact the student and provide a referral for free tutoring in the Academic Resource Center.

Tuition

Adult students are responsible for paying tuition prior to the first day of class. If a third party, such as Workforce, Department of Rehabilitation Services, Worker’s Comp or MNTC tuition waiver, is paying a student’s training costs, verification of sponsorship must be presented prior to beginning class. Adult students are responsible for paying for any additional fees, tools and supplies which may be necessary for their class. Tuition is subject to change. 

An in-district student resides within the boundaries of the MNTC district, which includes both the Moore and Norman public school districts. An in-district adult student pays a lower rate of tuition than out-of-district students. There is no mandatory waiting period to be considered a resident. Review the District Map to determine if you reside in-district or out-of-district.

Recent high school graduates may qualify for the MNTC Tuition Waiver which would enable them to attend MNTC on a partial tuition waiver.  For more information on the MNTC Tuition Waiver, click here.

1098-T Tuition: MNTC’s Bursar office is required by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to issue the form 1098-T to any student that provides a social security number to the school and is enrolled during the current calendar tax year period.

The form 1098-T will report payments made during the current tax year.  The form also documents if you were enrolled at least half-time during any semester and if you have graduated. To ensure timely delivery, please make sure to update your address, when appropriate.

MNTC CANNOT determine whether tax credit is available to students who pay higher education cost through the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997. Please consult your tax advisor or the IRS (search on Tax Benefits for Higher Education) for more information.

For more information: please consult your tax adviser, or contact the IRS at: 1-800-829-1040

IRS Help with Tax Questions Telephone: 1-800-829-1040
Local IRS ContactsIRS Link
Telephone: 1-800-TAX-FORM (1-800-829-3676)

Or select one of the following links:

Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
IRS Notice 97-60: Lifetime Learning Credit
IRS Form 8863: Education Credits (Hope and Lifetime Learning Credits)

For questions and assistance on enrolling, you may contact Moore Norman Technology Center at (405) 801-5000.

If the above steps are not completed within 90 days, the student will be required to begin the application process from the beginning.

High School Student

High School Student Application Process

Introduction

For questions and assistance on applying or enrolling, you may:

  • Sign up to see a High School Career Advisor at your high school or
  • Contact one of our staff members.

MNTC operates on a traditional school calendar with sessions starting in August and January. Enrollment begins in January for the following fall semester.

Admission to most of Moore Norman Technology Center’s training programs is based on completing the following steps:

Step 1: Complete an Application

Find a Long-Term Career Program you're interested in and then complete an application

Step 2: Wait for High School Career Advisor to Contact You at High School

A high school career advisor will get in touch with you at your high school. 

Step 3: Meet with a High School Career Advisor

  • Once you have successfully completed an application, MNTC will call you to set up an appointment. You can also request a free career advisement prior to your application.
  • Interview questions will be asked during your career advisement.
  • The career interest inventory may be completed during your career advisement.
  • Complete an academic indicator for success (ACT PLAN or ACCUPLACER), if needed. Speak with your High School Career Advisor for more information.

Exceptions & Disclaimers

Acceptance

Completion of the application by itself does not constitute admission or placement on a waiting list for a career program to Moore Norman Technology Center.

  • If a student meets career program criteria requirements and space is available, the student is notified by letter that they have been accepted and enrolled.
  • If a student meets career program criteria requirements but space is not available, the student is notified by letter that they have been placed on a waiting list and will be contacted by phone when an opening occurs.
  • If a student does not meet career program criteria requirements, a High School Career Advisor will follow up with student to provide options.

Tuition

Tuition is free to high school students. However, high school students are responsible for paying for any additional fees, tools and supplies which may be necessary for their class. Graduating seniors may qualify for the MNTC tuition waiver, which would enable them to attend MNTC on a partial tuition waiver as an adult.  For more information about the MNTC tuition waiver, click here. For questions and assistance on enrolling, you may contact Moore Norman Technology Center at (405) 801-5000.

If the above steps are not completed within 90 days, the student will be required to begin the application process from the beginning.

Home & Private School Student

Home & Private School Student Long-Term Application Process

Introduction

MNTC operates on a traditional school calendar with sessions starting in August and January. Some career majors may have quarterly openings for students to start sooner, if space is available. Enrollment begins in January for the following Fall semester. We highly recommend applications be submitted for the upcoming Fall semester by February of that year, since many of our programs are highly competitive.

Admission to most of Moore Norman Technology Center’s training programs is based on completing the following steps:

Step 1: Complete an Application

Find a Long-Term Career Program you're interested in and then complete an application.

Not sure what you're interested in? You can also request a free career advisement prior to your application.

Step 2: Meet with a Career Advisor

Your MNTC Career Advisor will cover the following:

  • Interview questions will be asked during your career advisement.
  • This includes the ACCUPLACER, ACT, or college General Education courses GPA), if needed. Your career advisor will provide more information. To schedule an assessment, click here.
  • Submit a copy of your transcript to Student Services. Call (405) 801-5000 for more information.
  • Complete a notarized home school affidavit signed by parents (Provided by MNTC).

Exceptions & Disclaimers

Exceptions

Exceptions for the above steps include Dental Assisting, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Medical Assisting, Practical Nursing, Surgical Technology, and high-school only programs. Please review those individual Career Programs or call (405) 801-5000 for more information.

Acceptance

Completion of the application does not constitute admission to Moore Norman Technology Center or placement on a waiting list for a career major that may be full at the time application is made.

  • If a student meets career major criteria requirements, and space is available, the student is notified by letter they have been accepted and enrolled.
  • If a student meets career major criteria requirements, but space is not available, the student is notified by letter that they have been placed on a waiting list and will be contacted by phone when an opening occurs.
  • If a student does not meet career major criteria requirements, a career advisor will contact the student and provide a referral for free tutoring in the Academic Resource Center.

Tuition

Adult students are responsible for paying tuition prior to the first day of class. If a third party, such as Workforce, Department of Rehabilitation Services, Worker’s Comp or MNTC tuition waiver, is paying a student’s training costs, verification of sponsorship must be presented prior to beginning class. Adult students are responsible for paying for any additional fees, tools and supplies which may be necessary for their class. Tuition is subject to change. 

An in-district student resides within the boundaries of the MNTC district, which includes both the Moore and Norman public school districts. An in-district adult student pays a lower rate of tuition than out-of-district students. There is no mandatory waiting period to be considered a resident. Review the District Map to determine if you reside in-district or out-of-district.

Recent high school graduates may qualify for the MNTC Tuition Waiver which would enable them to attend MNTC on a partial tuition waiver.  For more information on the MNTC Tuition Waiver, click here.

1098-T Tuition: MNTC’s Bursar office is required by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to issue the form 1098-T to any student that provides a social security number to the school and is enrolled during the current calendar tax year period.

The form 1098-T will report payments made during the current tax year.  The form also documents if you were enrolled at least half-time during any semester and if you have graduated. To ensure timely delivery, please make sure to update your address, when appropriate.

MNTC CANNOT determine whether tax credit is available to students who pay higher education cost through the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997. Please consult your tax advisor or the IRS (search on Tax Benefits for Higher Education) for more information.

For more information: please consult your tax adviser, or contact the IRS at: 1-800-829-1040

IRS Help with Tax Questions Telephone: 1-800-829-1040
Local IRS ContactsIRS Link
Telephone: 1-800-TAX-FORM (1-800-829-3676)

Or select one of the following links:

Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
IRS Notice 97-60: Lifetime Learning Credit
IRS Form 8863: Education Credits (Hope and Lifetime Learning Credits)

For questions and assistance on enrolling, you may contact Moore Norman Technology Center at (405) 801-5000.

If the above steps are not completed within 90 days, the student will be required to begin the application process from the beginning.

Do not follow this application process if:

  • You're trying to enroll in a short-term class (600 class hours or less). Instead, click here.
  • You're an 8th grade student applying for our Pre-Engineering Program. Instead, click here
  • You're a parent enrolling in our Summer Youth Academy. Instead, click here.

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