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How to apply at MNTC

The application process is required for all career programs (1,050 class hours or more). Many of our career programs are available to both high school and adult students. Check all career programs before you apply. Some career programs require a different application process and different application period. 


Steps to apply for a career program

Most career program applications opened on November 1, 2024 for the 2025-2026 school year. Priority deadline is December 20, 2024 to secure an interview. Applicants applying after this date will be interviewed based on program availability.


Adult only Health Acceptance Program applications for 2025-2026 will open in January 2025. Check back in January 2025 for application information or submit your information on the right side of this page to receive a notification when Adult Health Acceptance applications are open. For questions related to your application, call 405-801-5000 or email  

Follow these steps to get started in our online student application portal.

Learn about our application process.

Do not follow this process if you are trying to enroll in a short-term class (600 class hours or less). Instead, click here.

Start preparing for your future now! Read the viewbook to discover more about the career programs offered at Moore Norman Technology Center. Brief descriptions are included to give you a better understanding of what you need to know about our programs. Applications will open in November 2024 for classes starting August 2025.

Get ready for your interview

1.Once you have submitted your application, you will be contacted for your interview with a Career Advisor or Tech Rep.

2.It is important to follow these steps to complete your career interest survey. The career interest inventory is needed for your interview. Read these instructions to take your Career Interest Inventory.

3.Prepare for your interview with MNTC representatives. 

4.Show up for your interview!


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All career programs start with an application process.