Consumer Information

In compliance with educational regulations, MNTC provides the following information to its students, employees and the community in an easily accessible environment. Please contact our Financial Aid Office with any questions.

Academic Programs, Costs, Facilities, & Policies

Campus Crime & Safety Information


The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) (20 U.S.C. § 1232g; 34 CFR Part 99) is a Federal law that affords parents of minor students and “eligible students” over 18 years of age certain rights with respect to the student’s education records. See FERPA in the MNTC Student Handbook (pg. 20)

Financial Aid

  • Financial Assistance Available
  • Rights and responsibilities of students receiving financial assistance (Student Handbook: Financial Aid)
  • Programs Eligible for Federal Student Assistance, if applicable, is listed on each career program page.
  • Misrepresentation and Fraud
    • If the institution suspects that an applicant, employee, or other individual has misreported information and/or altered documentation to fraudulently obtain federal funds, the institution will report its suspicions (and provide any evidence) to the Officer of the Inspector General (OIG).
  • Help prevent financial aid/scholarship fraud
    • On November 5, 2000 Congress passed the College of Scholarship Fraud prevention Act of 2000 (CSFPA).  The CSFPA enhances protection against fraud in student financial assistance by establishing stricter sentencing guidelines for criminal financial aid fraud.  It also charged the Department, working in conjunction with the Federal Trade Commission, with implementing national awareness activities, including a scholarship fraud awareness site on the Ed Web site.

To file a complaint, or for free information, student or parents should call 1-877-FTC-HELP (1-877-382-4357) or visit

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Student Right-to-Know

  • Retention & Graduation Rates (College Navigator)
  • Placement Rates
  • Placement Rates Methodology
    • The Oklahoma State Department of Career and Technology Education requires the institution to report the students’ job placement rate for twelve months following the end of the school year in which the students completed their program. The placement rate includes the percentage of completers who have found employment in a profession related to the completer’s program or career cluster. It also includes program completers who are continuing their education at another institution or have entered the military. It does not include program completers employed in a job not related to the program or career cluster, students who are unemployed but seeking employment, students not in the labor force, or students whose status is unknown.

Textbook Information

To determine whether your program requires any textbooks, please refer to the program information guide for your program. Textbooks prices are subject to change, so any costs that are listed are estimates. Please confirm any textbook requirements with your instructor prior to beginning class.

Textbook and other cost data is listed on individual career program pages.