FALL 2014 Anywhere You can get from here

FALL 2014
REGISTRATION GUIDE
You can get Anywhere from here
Future Students: Apply now for Spring Semester
Current Students:
Priority registration for students with earned MTC credit begins.... October 21
General registration begins ................................................................ October 23
Schedule an advisement appointment.................................................. see page 7
All Students:
Register and pay by.......................................................................... December 13
Classes start ...................................................................................... January 13
IMPORTANT DATES
Why choose MTC? ...................... page 2
See what programs are offered .... page 5
Get started with an application .... page 6
Apply for financial aid ................ page 10
FUTURE STUDENTS
Registering for Spring .................. page 8
Spring exam schedule.................. page 13
CURRENT STUDENTS
Access the latest course listings, apply and pay online at midlandstech.edu
A complete and up-to-date listing of all Fall Semester courses is
available online. Visit midlandstech.edu and choose the “Course Search”
link in the left-hand navigation. Students without Internet access may use
college computers at the following locations:
Airport Campus
Library (Academic Center 225)
Academic Success Center
(Academic Center 151)
Online Services Center
(Student Center 222)
Beltline Campus
Library
Academic Success Center
(Wade Martin 110)
Online Services Center
(Student Center 227)
Northeast Campus
Library/Academic Success Center
(Center for Technology Building 153)
Batesburg-Leesville Campus
Academic Success Center
Fairfield Campus
Online Services Center
Harbison Campus
Academic Success Center
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Contents
Why choose MTC?.............................. 2
REGISTERING FOR CLASSES • PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE • CONTENTS
Registering for Classes
Calendar ................................................4
Programs of Study ................................5
Applying to the College........................6
Departmental Advising Contacts..........7
How to Register ....................................8
Financing Your Classes ........................9
Changing Your Schedule ....................11
Dropping/Withdrawing
from a Class ....................................11
Services to Students............................12
Examination Schedule........................13
Campus Maps ....................................14
Midlands Technical College will close at
1:30 p.m. on Fridays except for limited
essential functions.
College closes at 1:30 p.m. on Fridays
President’s Message
hank you for choosing Midlands Technical College. Whether your future plans are to transfer to a four-year
college or to move directly into a challenging career, MTC can be your key to success in a competitive
marketplace.
I hope you will take advantage of the many college resources available to you, especially the individualized
attention that is the hallmark of our dedicated faculty and staff. At MTC, we are here to help you reach your
full potential within the global economy and to accomplish your academic and personal goals.
Please accept my best wishes for a rewarding semester,
Dr. Marshall (Sonny) White, Jr.
President
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Ten reasons to choose Midlands Technical College
1. THE FUTURE IS HERE
With 70 percent of tomorrow’s careers
requiring education beyond high school,
but less than a four-year degree, Midlands
Technical College is the place to build
a bright future. Today’s employers are
looking for a new kind of employee –
one who is technologically savvy, and
can think critically and evolve with a
growing business.
2. BE PART OF MTC’S
TRADITION OF SUCCESS
MTC has helped thousands of students
achieve their academic, career and
personal goals, and we can do the same
for you. Midlands Technical College has
3. PROGRAMS 4. YOU CAN TAKE IT WITH
THAT FIT YOUR
NEEDS
YOU
degree, diploma and
MTC. In many
With more than 100
certificate programs,
Midlands Technical
College has the
education and training
that’s right for you.
Even if your educational
an excellent reputation among area
employers and university partners
for educating students for the workforce
and preparing them to transfer to four-
year colleges.
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goals don’t include
earning a degree, diploma
or certificate, you can expand your
marketable skills and broaden your
knowledge base through our Continuing
Education courses.
Colleges and universities throughout the
Southeast accept transfer credit from
cases, you can
complete the
equivalent of
the first two
years of a
four-year
college degree –
at a fraction
of the
cost.
SIZES AND PERSONAL
ATTENTION
You’re not just a number on our cam-
pus. You’ll get one-on-one attention in
a career-focused learning environ-
ment. From your initial tour of our
8. TOP-QUALITY
FACULTY, A STIMULATING
ENVIRONMENT
The foundation of our commitment to
academic excellence is
experienced,
dedicated
campuses on through gradua-
faculty and
tion day, you’ll find car-
staff. MTC
ing MTC faculty and
instructors have
staff committed to help-
garnered state,
ing you reach your goals.
6. EDUCATION THAT’S
TUNED-IN TO
AREA EMPLOYERS
Midlands Technical College teaches
the skills that employers demand. MTC
regularly brings business and industry
representatives in to review our pro-
gram offerings. In this way, our stu-
dents are ensured of getting the
specific, hands-on skills that lead to
rewarding jobs.
7. WE’RE
NEARBY, DAY
OR EVENING OR
ONLINE
Most MTC students fit their
education in with other
responsibilities, including families
and jobs. With six campuses, the
choice of day or evening programs and
distance learning opportunities,
Midlands Technical College makes
getting an education convenient.
regional and
national
awards for
their superior
teaching, so you can be assured of a
high-quality learning experience. In
addition, our award-winning student
development programs provide the sup-
port services you need to excel both academically and socially.
9. FINANCIAL
10. STUDENT
EMPLOYMENT SERVICES
MTC works hand-in-hand with hundreds of area employers to identify
WHY CHOOSE MTC?
5. SMALL CLASS
career opportunities for its graduates.
The college’s career specialists
provide employment listings and career
and job search resources. In addition,
they will critique your resumé and
provide tips on how to succeed in an
interview.
ASSISTANCE THAT
CAN MAKE YOUR
DREAM A
REALITY
For those who desire to
go to college, MTC
believes in helping you
find a way. Pell Grants,
scholarships and Lottery
Tuition Assistance are
several ways many
students fund their
education.
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Fall Semester 2014 Calendar
June
July
12 Summer II last day to submit residency petitions before fee
payment begins and 7-week term begins
16 Fall priority registration begins
18 Fall general registration begins
15 Priority deadline for guaranteed processing of Fall financial
aid awards
24 Last day to make appointment for departmental advisement
for Fall term
25-Aug 8 Book buy back
31 Fall Semester departmental advising ends
August
5 Deadline for residency petitions before Fall fee payment
ends
8 Last day to schedule appointment - New Student
Advisement for Fall
8 Fall payment by mail deadline
15 Fall registration and fee payment end at 1:30 p.m.
16-17 Online late registration. No faculty advisors. A $150 late fee
is charged. All tuition and fees are due upon registering.
18 Fall student Bookstore charges begin
18-19 Online/on campus late registration. No faculty advisors. A
$150 late fee is charged. All tuition and fees are due upon
registering.
20 Late registration, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. & 5-7 p.m. Faculty advisors
available on campus, 8 a.m.-12:30 p.m. & 5-6:30 p.m. A
$150 late fee is charged. All tuition and fees must be paid by
7 p.m.
21-22 Online/on campus late registration. No faculty advisors. A
$150 late fee is charged. All tuition and fees are due upon
registering.
22 Registrations for faculty, staff and senior citizens
25 Fall, Fall I, FJ I & Fast Track classes begin
25 Fast Track 100% refund ends
25 Fall, Fall I, FJ I & Fast Track schedule change, 8 a.m.-1 p.m.
& 5:00-7 p.m.
26 Fall I and FJ I 100% refund ends
26 Fall, Fall I and FJ I schedule change, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. &
5:00-7 p.m.
27 Fall Schedule change, 8 a.m.-1 p.m.
27 Fast Track 50% refund ends
28 Fast Track 25% refund ends
29 Fall Semester 100% refund ends
29 Fall I and FJ I 50% refund ends
29 Weekend Courses begin
September
1
2
2
3
3
4
5
8
8
4
9
10
11
15
17
18
Holiday – college closed
Weekend 100% refund ends
Last day to add a Weekend class
Fall I and FJ I 25% refund ends
Last day to submit residency petitions for Full Fall status
changes
Fast Track mid-term
Fall Student Bookstore charges end
Fall Semester 50% refund ends
Last day to submit residency petitions before 10-Week fee
payment ends (not registered for Full Fall)
Weekend Courses 50% refund ends
Weekend Courses 25% refund ends
Fast Track last day to withdraw from a class
Fall Semester 25% refund ends
Fall I & FJ I mid-term
Fast Track exams
18
18
19
20-21
22
22
22
23
23-25
24
24
25
October
Fast Track classes end
10-Week last day to add a course
10-Week Late Registration. A $150 late fee is charged
10-Week online Late Registration. No faculty advisors. A
$150 late fee is charged. All tuition and fees are due upon
registering.
10-Week Late registration. A $150 late fee is charged
10-Week registrations for faculty, staff and senior citizens
10-Week student bookstore charges begin
10-Week classes begin
10-Week schedule change
10-Week student bookstore charges end
10-Week last day to submit residency petitions
10-Week classes 100% refund ends
1 10-Week classes 50% refund ends
1 Fall financial aid disbursement
3 Last day to submit residency petitions before Fall II fee
payment ends (not registered for Full Fall or 10-Week)
6 10-Week classes 25% refund ends
7 Fall I & FJ I last day to withdraw
10 Fall I & FJ I classes end
10 Fall Graduation Applications due
13-14 Student holidays
13-17 Book buy back
15 Fall & Weekend mid-term
15 Fall II & FJ II last day to add a course
15-16 Fall I & FJ I exams
16 Last day to submit residency petitions for Fall II only
16-17 Fall II & FJ II late registration. A $150 late fee is charged.
All tuition and fees are due upon registering.
17 Fall II student Bookstore charges begin
17 Fall II & FJ II registrations for faculty, staff and senior citizens
18-19 Fall II & FJ II online late registration. No faculty advisors.
A $150 late fee is charged. All tuition and fees are due upon
registering.
20 Fall II & FJ II classes begin
20-21 Fall II & FJ II schedule change
21 Fall II & FJ II schedule change ends
21 Fall II & FJ II 100% refund ends
24 Fall II & FJ II 50% refund ends
24 Fall II student Bookstore charges end
28 Fall II & FJ II 25% refund ends
29 10-Week mid-term
November
4
12
14
26
27-30
Holiday – college closed
Fall II & FJ II mid-term
Fall II financial aid disbursement
Student holiday
Holiday – college closed
December
2 Spring last day to submit residency petitions before fee
payment ends
3 Last day to withdraw from Fall credit classes
5 Weekend Courses end
9 Fall, 10-Week, Fall II & FJ II classes end
9-17 Book buy back
10-11 Fall, 10-Week, Fall II & FJ II exams
12-13 Weekend Courses exams
15-16 Fall, 10-Week, Fall II & FJ II exams
For important dates regarding Spring Semester, which
begins January 12, 2015, please refer to the MTC Quick
Calendar at midlandstech.edu/quickcalendar.
ASSOCIATE DEGREE
PROGRAMS
Accounting
Administrative Office Technology
Architectural Engineering Technology
Associate in Arts
Associate in Science
Automotive Technology
Building Construction Technology
Civil Engineering Technology
Commercial Graphics
Computer Technology
Criminal Justice Technology
Dental Hygiene
Early Care and Education
Electronics Engineering Technology
General Technology
Health Information Management
Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning
Technology
Human Services
Machine Tool Technology
Management
Marketing
Mechanical Engineering Technology
Medical Laboratory Technology
Network Systems Management
Nursing (ADN)
Paralegal
Physical Therapist Assistant
Radiologic Technology
Respiratory Care
DIPLOMA PROGRAMS
Air Conditioning/Refrigeration
Mechanics
Expanded Duty Dental Assisting
Industrial Electricity/Electronics
Machine Tool
Pharmacy Technician
Practical Nursing
Surgical Technology
CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS
Advanced Computer Systems
Advanced Manufacturing Automation
Alternate Energy Technology
Principles
American Sign Language
Applications Programming
Architectural Computer Graphics
Architectural Design Technology
Architectural Systems and Codes
Automotive:
• Automotive Heating and Air
Conditioning Repair
• Brake, Suspension and Steering
Repair
• Drive Train Repair
• Electrical Systems Repair
• Engine Performance
• Engine Repair
Basic Computer Maintenance
Basic Electrical Wiring
Basic Electronics
Cardiac Care Technician
Chemical Technology
Child Care
Commercial Graphics:
• Electronic Publishing
• Offset Pre-Press Techniques
Community Pharmacy Technician
Computed Tomography
Computer Aided Design
Computer Systems Infrastructure
Construction Engineering Technology
Criminal Justice
Customer Service
Database Development
Digital Systems
Early Childhood Development
Engineering Science
Enterprise
Entrepreneurship
Environmental and Economic Design
Environmental Systems Technology
Fundamentals of Robotics
Geographic Information Systems
Geomatics
Gerontology
Heating/Ventilation/Air
Conditioning/Refrigeration
Help Desk
Infant/Toddler
Information Systems Networking
LAN Networking Systems
Legal Administrative Assistant
Low Impact Land Development
Machine Tool:
• Bench Work/Lathe Operations
Machining
Mechanical Process Technology
Mechanical Systems Dynamics
Mechanical Technology Fundamentals
Mechatronics Technology I
Medical Assisting
Medical Office Administrative
Assistant
Medical Record Coder
Networking Specialist
Nuclear Medicine Technology
Nuclear Systems Technology
Nursing Assistant
Office Support Specialist
Paralegal
Phlebotomy
Pre-Dental Hygiene
Pre-Health Care
Pre-Health Information Management
Pre-Medical Laboratory Technology
Pre-Nursing
Pre-Occupational Therapy Assistant
Pre-Physical Therapist Assistant
Pre-Respiratory Care
Routing and Networking
Configuration
Special Needs
Structural Technology
Web Design and Maintenance
Welding Technologies I
CALENDAR • PROGRAMS
Degree, Diploma, Certificate and
Cooperative Programs of Study
COOPERATIVE PROGRAMS
(General Education Components
only; Clinicals available only
through Greenville Tech)
Biotechnology Laboratory Technician
Pre-Occupational Therapy Assistant
Midlands Technical College does not discriminate in admissions or employment on the basis of race, sex, national origin or ethnic group, color, age, religion, disability, genetic
information, military service, or pregnancy. The compliance officer for Affirmative Action, Equal Employment Opportunity and Disability Action can be reached at (803) 822-3261.
To ensure the quality and availability of services, the college requests that students with disabilities notify Counseling Services at (803) 822-3505 of any special accommodation
needs at least 30 working days prior to the first day of class. Call (803) 822-3401 for a TTY SuperPrint telephone.
For information about MTC graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed their programs, and other information, please visit our website at midlandstech.edu/gep.
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Applying to the College
APPLICATION
The college is accepting applications for Fall Semester; however students should be aware that advisement appointments and
availability of course sections for Fall Semester and Fall
Semester I may become limited. Please note that advisement
appointments cannot be made until the applicant has taken the
College Placement test and/or submitted prior college transcripts.
For a current listing of course offerings, please visit the course
search link at midlandstech.edu.
Applications are required for:
• all new students;
• students who have not been enrolled at MTC since Fall 2013;
• students who graduated from MTC; and
• visiting students from other colleges.
The college recently put an enhanced version of its admissions
application online at midlandstech.edu/admissions. Use of the
online application should make the admission process easier. The
electronic admission application can be found at
midlandstech.edu at the online application link.
Students may also obtain a paper application by calling the
Student Information Center at (803) 738-8324, visiting the
Admissions offices on the Beltline and Airport campuses, or by
writing to: Admissions, Midlands Technical College, P.O. Box
2408, Columbia, SC 29202. There is a $35 non-refundable
application fee.
TRANSCRIPTS
New students must have a copy of their high school transcript
or proof of successful completion of the GED sent to the
Admissions Office if they:
1. are less than 18 years of age;
2. are applying for entry into a Nursing or Health Sciences
program;
3. wish to use their transcript to provide evidence of SAT/ACT
scores or GPA;
4. are applying for Financial Aid or a LIFE Scholarship; or
5. are requested to do so by the Admissions Office.
All students who have attended another regionally accredited
college must arrange for an official transcript from each college
to be sent directly to the Admissions Office, Midlands Technical
College, P.O. Box 2408, Columbia, SC 29202. An official transcript is one that Midlands Technical College receives directly
from the issuing college or university. It must bear the college
seal, date and an appropriate signature. Transcripts that were
issued to the student may be used for acceptance into the college
but are not official and may not be used for transfer evaluation.
Faxed copies may also be used for acceptance, but the official
copy must be received by mail or received electronically through
Parchment Exchange for transfer evaluation. Please allow several weeks for receipt of transcript documents.
TESTING FOR COURSE PLACEMENT
Students will be asked to take the college’s placement test
unless they provide proof of exemption, such as CLEP, AP exams
or prior college coursework. Even if you provided SAT/ACT
scores for admission to the college, you will still need to take the
placement test.
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All placement tests should be taken within three years
of course enrollment. To schedule a placement test, call
(803) 790-7522 or (803) 822-3659.
OTHER TESTS
Certain academic programs may require additional testing
beyond the college’s placement test. For example, students applying for Nursing and Health Sciences programs should arrange to
take the appropriate health admissions exam. Students planning
to enroll in a foreign language must take the foreign language
placement test prior to classes beginning if:
1. they have studied the language within the last five years; or
2. know something of the language through personal exposure.
The Admissions Office will inform you of any additional testing that may be required.
ADVISING
Once you have been admitted to the college, you must schedule
an appointment with an advisor to plan your program of study
and select the right courses for your educational goals. New students without previous college credit, and who have already
selected a major, are advised by the college’s New Student
Advisement Center. Note: new students in the Engineering or
Industrial Technologies program should contact their department contact on page 7. Visiting students who are taking classes
while enrolled at another college are also advised by the college’s
Advisement Center. Note appointment deadlines on page 4.
The Airport Campus Advisement Center is located in room 228
of the Student Center. The Beltline Campus Advisement Center
is located in room 239 of the Student Center. The centers are
open Monday-Wednesday from 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Thursday
from 8:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m., and Friday from 8:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m.:
Airport Campus, ASC 215, 822-3388; Beltline Campus, BSC
239, 738-7810.
Students with Undecided majors are advised by Counseling
Services, located in room 237 of the Airport Student Center and
room 239 of the Beltline Student Center. The centers are open
Monday-Wednesday from 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m., Thursday from
8:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m., and Friday from 8:00 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
New students with previous college credit are advised by
their academic department listed on page 7.
COMPLIANCE WITH THE SC ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION
REFORM ACT
To be admitted to the college, students must be in compliance
with state law. State law requires Midlands Technical College to
review the citizenship status or lawful immigration status of every
student who seeks enrollment or is currently enrolled. In most
cases, the college will verify a student’s United States citizenship
through other legal means, such as the Free Application for
Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Students who are not eligible to
complete the FAFSA or choose not to do so are responsible for
completing the MTC Verification of Legal Presence Form. This
form is located at midlandstech.edu/forms. If you have questions
about this process, you can call (803) 738-7811 or email
[email protected]
Scheduling an Advisement Appointment
Refer to the following chart to see when you should begin calling your academic department to receive information on
scheduling your advisement appointment.
CAMPUS
New Students
No previous college credits
No previous college credits
Arts & Sciences
College Transfer (AA and AS)
College Transfer (AA and AS)
Business and Public Service
Accounting, Criminal Justice, Entrepreneurship,
Management, and Marketing
Paralegal
Accounting, Criminal Justice, Entrepreneurship, Management,
and Marketing
American Sign Language, Child Care, Early Care and Education,
Early Childhood Development, Gerontology, Human Services,
and Infant Toddler
Engineering Technologies and Engineering Transfer
All Programs
Health Sciences
Community Pharmacy Technician, Expanded Duty Dental Assisting,
Dental Hygiene, Health Information Management, Medical Assisting,
Medical Laboratory Technology, Medical Record Coder, Nuclear
Medicine Technology, Pre-Health Care, Pre-Occupational Therapy
Assistant, Pharmacy Technician, Physical Therapist Assistant,
Radiologic Technology, Respiratory Care and Surgical Technology
Industrial Technologies
Automotive; Automotive Heating and Air Conditioning Repair;
Brake, Suspension and Steering Repair; Drive Train Repair; Electronic
Systems Repair; Engine Performance; and Engine Repair
Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration (HVACR)
Building Construction Technology (BCT), Commercial Graphics (CGC),
Electronic Publishing, and Offset Pre-Press Techniques
Basic Electrical Wiring and Industrial Electricity (EEM)
Bench Work/Lathe Operations and Machine Tool (MTT)
Welding (WLD)
Mechatronics
Information Systems Technology
Applications Programming, Computer Technology, Customer Service,
Database Development, Enterprise, Help Desk, Legal Administrative
Assistant, Medical Office Administrative Assistant, Office Support
Specialist, Administrative Office Technology, and Web Design and
Maintenance
Applications Programming, Computer Technology, Customer Service,
Database Development, Enterprise, Help Desk, Information Systems
Management, LAN Networking Systems, Legal Administrative
Assistant, Medical Office Administrative Assistant, Networking
Specialist, Office Support Specialist, Administrative Office Technology,
Routing and Networking Configuration, Network Systems Management,
and Web Design and Maintenance
Nursing
All Programs
Visiting (Transient) Students and Professional Upgrade
(Career Development)
Professional Upgrade (Career Development) and
Visiting (Transient) Students
Counseling & Career Services
Undecided
Undecided
AC – Airport Campus
BC – Beltline Campus
NE – Northeast Campus
AC
BC
AC
BC
DATE TO BEGIN
CALLING
CONTACT PERSON
PHONE
midlandstech.edu/new Christina Slice (ASC 228)
midlandstech.edu/new Kataya Dease (BSC 239)
822-3388
738-7810
June 9
June 9
Program office (RO 103)
Program office (WM 403)
822-3293
738-7612
AC
AC/BC
June 9
June 11
June 9
Cheneeka Nash (SA 137)
Jeanne West (CO 131)
Kat Kinnie (LB 111)
822-3602
822-3594
AC/BC
June 9
Donya Albert (SA 115)
822-3358
BC
738-7732
NE
June 10
Janessa Amaker (ETS 272/280) 691-3888
AC
June 2
Health Sciences Advising
Appointment Line
822-3068
BC
AC
June 2
June 4
Melissa Collins (AU 120)
Stephanie Joyner (SA 149)
738-7751
822-3361
AC
BC
BC
AC
BC
June 11
June 9
June 9
June 9
June 9
Stephanie Joyner (SA 149)
Ronnie West (AU 109)
Ronnie West (AU 109)
Stephanie Joyner (SA 149)
Ronnie West (AU 109)
822-3361
738-7152
738-7152
822-3361
738-7152
AC
June 11
Jeanne West (CO 131)
822-3594
BC
June 11
Kat Kinnie (LB 111)
738-7732
AC
May 19
AC/BC
Anytime
AC
BC
Anytime
Anytime
Email:
[email protected]
midlandstech.edu
Please call 803-738-8324
Choose Option 9
Debbie Davis (ASC 237)
Renee Thompson (BSC 239)
822-3505
738-7636
APPLYING • ADVISORS
PROGRAM
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How to Register
NEW/READMIT STUDENTS
The Admissions Office will notify you of your acceptance to
the college and refer you to the next steps in the enrollment
process: advisement, scheduling and fee payment. If you have
prior college credit from a regionally-accredited college other
than Midlands Technical College, it is important that you take
copies of these college transcripts to your advisement sessions.
CONTINUING STUDENTS
ADVISEMENT
• Meet with a departmental advisor to select
appropriate courses. Schedule an appointment
before July 24. Note appointment deadlines on
page 4.
• If you are web-enabled, you do not need to meet
with an advisor unless you have questions. You
may register online at mymtc.midlandstech.edu.
SCHEDULING
• Check course availability online at
midlandstech.edu; or
• Visit the Online Services Center on either campus
(Beltline - BSC 227; Airport - ASC 222) to check
for course availability.
REGISTRATION
Web Registration:
• Students who are web-enabled may register online at
mymtc.midlandstech.edu.
On-Campus Registration:
• Students who are not web-enabled may register at the Records
Office in WM 103 on the Beltline Campus or ASC 223 on the
Airport Campus.
Online Services and Web Registration Locations:
(June 16 - August 15)
• Airport Campus—Airport Student Center, Room 222
• Beltline Campus—Beltline Student Center, Room 227
Late/Extended Registration (May 14):
A $150 late fee is charged. See midlandstech.edu/records for
details on registration dates, times and locations. Tuition and fees
are due by 7:00 p.m.
Schedule Change Period for Open Sections:
Please check the Records webpage for times and locations:
midlandstech.edu/records. Some programs allow only those students who currently have a schedule to participate in schedule
change. Please check with your department. Students should
check course availability before making changes.
Choosing Your Courses
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Tuition and Fee Payment
Check your MyMTC account and MTC email regularly for
important messages from the college and to verify that all charges
have been paid. If you have not paid your account in full or set
up a NELNET payment plan by 1:30 p.m. on August 15, your
entire schedule may be deleted. See page 9 for more information
on NELNET payment plan.
SCHEDULING OPTIONS
Distance Learning
In addition to the traditional classroom, Midlands Technical
College offers several different approaches to distance learning.
These classes are most appropriate for disciplined students
who work independently and
complete coursework on time.
Although courses taught at a
distance are challenging, many
students consider them an
attractive option because of the
scheduling flexibility they provide.
Internet courses: Students
enrolled in Internet courses
must complete orientation
requirements. This orientation is
online for many Internet courses
but is an on-campus, face-toface meeting for others. Most Internet courses require that tests
be taken in the MTC Testing Center. Students must read the
Internet course orientation information for each Internet course in
which they are enrolled. Visit midlandstech.edu and select
Course Search to view orientation information.
Hybrid courses are on-campus courses with an out-of-class component. You will be required to attend classes on campus, as well
as complete additional coursework outside of the classroom.
This out-of-class requirement is online for many hybrid courses,
while other courses require additional activities to meet this
requirement. These courses may have a mandatory orientation.
Visit midlandstech.edu and select Course Search to view orientation information.
Broadcast courses: These courses are transmitted from a studio
by satellite or compressed video to other classroom locations
where students view the course on television. These courses
allow for live conversation between the instructor and students,
as well as interaction among students.
A complete and up-to-date listing of all
Fall Semester courses is available online.
Financing Your Classes
HOW AND WHEN TO PAY
You may make self-determined partial payments of tuition
and fees until your account is paid in full by August 15 at
1:00. Students will not receive a bill via the mail for current
semester charges. Amounts due are reflected on your
registration statement or may be obtained via the web.
If you have not paid your account in full or completed a
NELNET payment plan by 1:00 p.m. on August 15, your
schedule may be deleted.
Tuition and fees may be paid with cash, in-state checks, or
money order. Payments may be made online with electronic
check, VISA, American Express, MasterCard or Discover or
by calling (803) 732-5200. A 2.5% service fee will be
applied to all card transactions used to pay tuition and fees.
All transactions are processed as a credit card transaction.
Payments mailed to MTC Finance and Accounting Office,
P.O. Box 2408, Columbia, SC 29202, must be postmarked by
August 8. Payments without student ID numbers will not be
processed.
Students are expected to meet all financial obligations
when due. Collection costs and charges, along with all
attorneys’ fees necessary for the collection of any debt to
the college, will be charged to and paid by the debtor.
SPONSORSHIPS
Is someone else paying for a portion or all of your tuition,
fees and/or books? A sponsorship is when your job or other
organization has a program to pay directly to Midlands
Technical College for a portion or all of your tuition, fees
and/or books.
To ensure that your classes are not deleted, please submit
the proper documentation to the Accounts Receivable
Department, Reed Hall, Airport Campus, or the nearest
cashier’s office at least five business days before the end of
fee payment deadline for each semester/term.
Please allow three business days from receipt of documentation to process bookstore charge allowances.
LATE/EXTENDED REGISTRATION
Students registering after August 15 will be required to pay
a $150 late fee. Students who have already registered and
paid fees by August 15 may change their schedule without a
late fee. If you register late or add additional classes/credit hours after August 15, all of your tuition and fees are
due the day you register, or your entire class schedule may
be deleted. For details on Late/Extended Registration, go to
midlandstech.edu/records. Click on Fall 2014 Registration
Information.
THE NELNET (formerly FACTS) PLAN
To help you meet your educational expenses, Midlands
Technical College is pleased to offer NELNET as a convenient budget plan. NELNET is a tuition management plan
that provides you with a low-cost option for budgeting tuition
and fees. It is not a loan program. You have no debt, there
are no interest or finance charges assessed, and there is no
credit check. The cost to budget monthly payments through
NELNET is a $25.00-per-semester, nonrefundable NELNET
Enrollment Fee. The NELNET Enrollment Fee is automatically deducted from your account immediately.
You may budget your tuition and fees in the following
ways:
• Automatic Bank Payment (ACH) – ACH payments are
those payments you have authorized NELNET to process
directly from your financial institution.
• Credit Card Option – Your monthly payment will be
automatically charged to the credit card designee.
Upon your completion of the NELNET payment plan online,
you will receive an immediate confirmation number.
Payments will not appear immediately on MyMTC. The payment will appear within approximately 10 business days.
Payments are processed on the fifth of each month and will
continue until the balance is paid in full.
REGISTERING • FINANCING
TUITION AND FEES
Tuition is based on the student's legal domicile. Residents
of Richland, Lexington and Fairfield counties pay the lowest
tuition at the college. For Fall semester tuition and fees, visit
midlandstech.edu/finance/tuition.htm.
NELNET (formerly FACTS) ENROLLMENT
Enroll in the NELNET Payment Plan online at
midlandstech.edu/finance/nelnet.htm. NOTE: Please do not
use the Make a Payment link.
The following information is needed to complete your
agreement:
• Student ID
• The name, address, and email address of the person
responsible for making the payments
• Account information:
- If paying by automatic bank payments, you will need the
bank name, telephone number, account number, and the
bank routing number. Most of this information is located
on your check. Do not use a deposit slip for this information.
- If paying by credit card, you will need the credit card
number and expiration date.
• To protect your privacy, you will need to create your own
unique NELNET Access Code. Please be sure it is something you can easily remember.
• Your balance will NOT be automatically adjusted if financial aid is received or a class is dropped or added. You
must complete a termination or change form at the Cashiers
office at least five days before your next payment date.
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Financing Your Classes
FALL 2014 NELNET PAYMENT SCHEDULE
Required
Down
Number of
Dates
Payment
Payments
June 16 - July 22
25%
3
July 23 - August 15
33%
2
August 16 - 21
33%
2
August 22 - 29
50%
1
Months of
Payments
Aug. - Oct.
Sep. - Oct.
Sep. - Oct.
Oct. only
FINANCIAL AID OPPORTUNITIES
The Student Financial Services Office at Midlands Technical
College is dedicated to assisting students with their educational
financial needs. There are a wide variety of assistance programs
available at the college including Federal Pell Grant, Federal
SEOG, Federal Direct Student Loans, Federal Direct Parent
(PLUS) Loans, Federal Work Study, LIFE Scholarships (not
available for summer terms), SC State Need Based Grants and
the Lottery Tuition Assistance Program. To receive financial aid,
you must submit a FAFSA application and meet all eligibility
requirements each year. Be sure to use the MTC code (003993)
when completing the online FAFSA. Complete financial aid
information, including eligibility requirements and application
timelines, can be found on the Student Financial Services
website, midlandstech.edu/SFS, or by calling 738-7792.
The MTC Foundation Board has established scholarships and
endowed funds that may offer assistance with tuition, fees, and
even textbooks and supplies for MTC students. A complete guide
to these scholarship opportunities is available at
midlandstech.edu/sfs.
LATE FEES
A late fee of $150 will be assessed to all late registrations after
August 15. Although partial payment is allowed throughout the
fee payment period, accounts must be paid in full or NELNET
Payment Plan completed by 1:00 p.m., August 15, or schedules
may be deleted. If you register late or add additional
classes/credit hours after August 15, all of your tuition and
fees are due the same day you register, or your entire class
schedule may be deleted. Students still wishing to enroll for
Fall 2014 after August 15 should refer to
midlandstech.edu/records for details on late registration dates,
times and locations.
INSTITUTIONAL REFUND PROCEDURES
All students must officially withdraw from classes in order to
receive a full or partial refund. To officially withdraw, a student
must complete a Drop/Add/Withdrawal Form and turn it in to the
Student Records Office located on the Airport or Beltline campus. The Drop/Add/Withdrawal Forms may be obtained at the
Student Information Centers and the Student Records Office on
each campus.
Web-enabled students may officially withdraw via the web
through the end of the schedule change period. After the end of
the schedule change period, all course withdrawals must be
processed through the Records Office.
Payment will be required if a student does not attend
class(es) (no show) and does not officially withdraw. Students
will be billed for classes and the debt will be processed through
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the college’s collection procedures if payment is not received.
Refunds will take approximately 3-4 weeks to process. The
amount of the refund will be based on the date the completed form
is received by the Student Records Office, according to the
Institutional Refund Schedule below. All fees are nonrefundable.
Forms received for Fall Semester:
August 29 or earlier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100% refund
August 30 - September 8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50% refund
September 9 - 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25% refund
After September 15 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0%
For Fall I, Fall II, Fort Jackson, Fast Track, 7-Week, and
Weekend Courses refund dates, see page 4 - Fall Semester 2014
Calendar.
TITLE IV REPAYMENT
Students who withdraw or are administratively withdrawn from
all classes prior to completing more than 60 percent of the term
will have their eligibility for aid recalculated based on the percentage of the term completed. Based on this recalculation, the student
may be required to repay the college and/or the Department of
Education a portion of the funds received. Students with an
unpaid debt to the college will not be allowed to register or
receive transcripts and may lose their financial aid eligibility.
MTC DEBIT CARD
Midlands Technical College has partnered with Higher One, a
financial services company, to bring a new method for receiving
financial aid refunds to MTC students – the MTC Debit Card.
The MTC Debit Card is designed to provide you with a faster electronic way to receive your financial aid refunds. Upon receiving
your MTC Debit Card, visit MTCDebitCard.com to activate your
refund preference. MTC does not have access to your banking
information.
You will have electronic refund options, including:
• Easy Refund – have your funds available for use on your MTC
Debit Card immediately on the published disbursement dates
on the college calendar.
• ACH Transfer – have your funds transferred to your existing
bank checking or savings account within two to three business
days following the published disbursement dates on the college calendar.
Please note that if no choice is made, a default check will be
mailed to you from Higher One. Please keep in mind you will
receive your refund more quickly if you choose one of the electronic options.
Your new MTC Debit Card will be mailed in a bright green
envelope to your current address on file with MTC. Therefore, it is
critical that you verify your mailing address as soon as possible.
There is a fee assessed for a replacement card. Log on to your
MyMTC account, then click on "My Profile" under Account
Information to view what is on file with the college. If the address
information is incorrect, you should update the address by clicking
on "Address Change" under the Account Information section.
If your address is incorrect, you should update your address
online at midlandstech.edu/records (click on the Forms tab). Visit
mtcdebitcard.com to learn more about all the great benefits that
accompany your MTC Debit Card.
DURING THE REGISTRATION PERIOD
Students who have already registered and paid fees by
August 15 may change their schedule without a late fee.
Students approved for web registration may drop and add
courses online from the beginning of registration through the
schedule change period, provided prerequisites are met. Web
availability may be limited on some dates due to system
maintenance and high user volume.
Students who are not approved for web registration may
drop courses, add alternates or change course sections
without seeing an advisor if they have the pink copy of their
advisement forms with them at the Records Office. Without
this form, students need to see their advisors. Adding new
courses not listed on the advisement form or not having your
copy of the form means another visit to the advisor.
AFTER THE TERM BEGINS
For schedule change dates, advisors, data entry and cashier
locations, go to midlandstech.edu/records. Click on Fall
2014 Registration Information. Then click on Schedule
Change Locations.
Schedule change dates for Fall 2014 are:
• August 15-26, 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
and 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
• August 27, 8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
WEEKEND COURSES
Students enrolled in weekend courses may alter their
schedules during the above dates and locations. The additional Schedule Change dates for students enrolled in weekend courses is September 2 from 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. in the
Online Services Center on Airport and Beltline campuses.
Dropping/Withdrawing from a Class
DO YOU KNOW HOW IT AFFECTS YOU?
Did you know that dropping a class may affect more than
just your grade? If not, then you owe it to yourself to find out
more information. Here are some policies to help you make
smart decisions when you are thinking of dropping a class.
How it affects your Academic Standing
• Withdrawals (dropping a class) through the fifth day of a
full term, third day of a summer term, or the second day of
mini sessions and first day of Fast Track classes is considered a “drop” and will not show on the official transcript.
(Web transactions may only be processed through the published schedule change period.)
• Withdrawals after the above dates through midterm will
result in a grade of “W”; however, it may delay your graduation date depending on the sequence of course offerings.
• Withdrawals after midterm will receive a grade of “W” if
passing the course at the time of withdrawal or a grade of
“WF” if failing the course on the date last attended. A
“WF” is computed in a student’s GPA the same as an “F.”
• Withdrawals – grade of “W” are not punitive for your
academic record.
How it affects your Financial Aid
• Students who receive federal or state financial aid must be
aware that repeated courses and noncredit remedial courses
(developmental courses) with grades of W, WF, I and NC
will be considered in assessing their progress toward
completion.
• Students who do not satisfactorily complete at least 70
percent of attempted hours will no longer be eligible for
FINANCING • CHANGING SCHEDULE • DROPPING
Changing Your Schedule
federal or state assistance. In other words, if you drop
several classes you may not be eligible for financial aid.
Use the Completion Rate Guide below to calculate your
completion rate.
• Withdrawals (W and WF) are punitive for financial aid
because you are not making satisfactory academic progress.
COMPLETION RATE GUIDE
Attempted Hours (All attempted hours with
grades including W, WF, NC and I)
Passed Hours (Total number of credit hours
you have passed)
Completion Rate (Passed Hours divided
by Attempted Hours)
_________
_________
_________
Remember:
• A completion rate of 70 percent or above is needed to be
eligible for financial aid.
• To keep financial aid, students must have good academic
standing (GPA of 2.0 or above).
If you have any questions or would like more information
before you decide to drop a class, please visit the following
offices: Counseling Services, Advisement Center, Student
Financial Services, or Academic Advisors.
Important Note: YOU MUST officially drop a class to be
eligible for a refund. If you do not officially drop a class, you
will also be held accountable for any charges for that class. If
your classes were held by financial aid and you do not attend
(no show), financial aid will be removed and you will be held
responsible for tuition and fees.
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Services to Students
At MTC, we strive to create a college environment that
maximizes student success and the total development of the
individual. Here are some of the programs and services that may
help you achieve your college goals.
STUDENT IDS
In support of campus safety and security, all enrolled academic
credit students are required to obtain and carry on their person a
current MTC Student Identification Card. Please be advised that a
current MTC Student ID card must be presented upon request
when utilizing MTC facilities and/or when on campus. A current
ID card is one having a sticker on the back denoting the current
enrollment period. To view the current student ID card processing
schedule, go to midlandstech.edu/studentlife and click on the
“Student ID cards” link on the left side of the page or call 8223650 or 738-7860.
Please bring:
• Paid Tuition Fee Receipt. If you misplaced your original fee
payment receipt, print another copy from your MyMTC account,
obtain another copy from the Cashier in Reed Hall (Airport
Campus) or Student Center (Beltline Campus), or bring your registration statement. The statement must reflect a $0 balance or a
credit.
• Picture ID
Student ID cards are obtained through the Office of Student
Life; some programs will require a $5 processing fee; all replacement IDs are $5. Only cash payments are accepted. Student IDs
are not processed when credit classes are not in session. For
more information, contact the Student Life office at
[email protected]
DISABILITY SERVICES
MTC works to make sure its programs, services, and activities
are accessible to all students, in accordance with the
Rehabilitation Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Assistive Technology is available for students with disabilities in
several locations on campus. For more information regarding
services to students with disabilities, visit the college’s website or
call for assistance at Counseling Services on Airport Campus,
ASC 237 (822-3505), or Beltline Campus, BSC 239 (738-7636).
BOOKSTORES
The Midlands Technical College Bookstores offer new and used
textbooks, reference books, computers, peripherals, school supplies, and major brands of academically priced software, including required drafting, graphics, computer, dental and health
sciences supplies. They also offer a large selection of snack
foods, drinks and MTC logo apparel and giftware. Bookstores are
located on the first floor of the Student Centers on the Airport and
Beltline campuses. The MTC Bookstores offer online ordering of
textbooks. Visit mtcbook.com for complete information and
hours of operation. To serve students better, the bookstores buy
used books any time during the semester and extend special hours
at the end of each term during exam week for book buyback.
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LIBRARY
Whether you have an assignment, research paper or just need
the answer to a question, the MTC Library is here to help. During
our operating hours, the library staff offers assistance with your
research needs. The library’s online resources are available anytime via the web. In addition to its print collection, the library
provides online access to a large collection of e-books, plus an
extensive list of general and specialized databases covering
numerous subject areas. For more information, visit our website
at http://www.lib.midlandstech.edu.
COUNSELING
MTC’s Counseling Services staff is available to assist enrolled
students, potential students and returning alumni in establishing
personal and career goals. Counseling Services adheres to strict
standards of confidentiality. Counseling programs and services
include: personal counseling, academic counseling, career
counseling and advising undecided students.
For more information on Counseling Services, visit the
college’s website or call for assistance at Counseling Services on
Airport Campus, ASC 237 (822-3505), or Beltline Campus, BSC
239 (738-7636).
ACADEMIC SUCCESS CENTERS
The Academic Success Center is here to help students become
successful independent learners by showing students how to
access educational resources and by providing academic and study
skills.
Locations:
Airport (803) 822-3545, Batesburg-Leesville (803) 604-1639,
Beltline (803) 783-7871, Harbison (803) 407-5005, and Northeast
(803) 691-3926. As available resources may difffer by campus,
feel free to call before coming to be sure we have what you need.
Free services for currently enrolled MTC students include:
• Individualized tutoring in accounting, biology, English, languages, math, assistance with written assignments, and much
more;
• Computers to type papers, use Microsoft Office Suite, Internet,
microcomputer programming and research applications;
• Interactive educational software;
• Microscopes, slides and science models;
• Videos for accounting, anatomy, finance, macroeconomics,
math, microeconomics, physics, statistics and other subjects;
• Supplemental Instruction (SI) attached to selected courses.
Find more information about all Academic Success Center
resources and services at midlandstech.edu/successcenter.
Campus Emergency Protocol
Students and employees are asked to report safety concerns or
suspicious activities to Campus Security at 7440 (on campus),
or 738-7199 (cell phone and off campus). In the event of an
emergency, student and employee protocol is to immediately
call Campus Security or local 911. If an emergency occurs,
the college will use a variety of methods to communicate
additional information and instructions including the MTC
Information Centers, campus loudspeakers, voice mail, email,
college intranet, and the MTC website homepage.
Fall 2014 Examination Schedule
Class Time
Exam Day
Exam Time
(Full-Term, 10-Week and Session II classes)
M/W Day Classes
8:00 a.m.
Wednesday, December 10, 2014 8:00 - 10:00 a.m.
9:35 a.m.
Monday, December 15, 2014
8:00 - 10:00 a.m.
11:10 a.m.
Wednesday, December 10, 2014 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
12:45 p.m.
Monday, December 15, 2014
10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
2:20 p.m.
Wednesday, December 10, 2014 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
3:55/4:25 p.m. Wednesday, December 10, 2014 3:30 - 5:30 p.m.
Classes meeting on Fridays, the exams will be on Friday, December 12, 2014
during the regularly scheduled class period.
T/Th Day Classes
8:00 a.m.
9:35 a.m.
11:10 a.m.
12:45 p.m.
2:20 p.m.
3:55/4:25 p.m.
Thursday, December 11, 2014
Tuesday, December 16, 2014
Thursday, December 11, 2014
Tuesday, December 16, 2014
Thursday, December 11, 2014
Thursday, December 11, 2014
8:00 - 10:00 a.m.
8:00 - 10:00 a.m.
10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
1:00 - 3:00 p.m.
3:30 - 5:30 p.m.
Short-Term
Mini-Semester
Classes:
Exams for Session I classes
will be given as follows during
class times:
Fall Session I
M/W Classes:
Wednesday, October 15, 2014
T/Th Classes:
Thursday, October 16, 2014
Fall Session I grades are due
to Data Control no later than
Friday, October 17, 2014.
M/W Evening Classes
6:00 p.m.
Wednesday, December 10, 2014 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
7:35 p.m.
Monday, December 15, 2014
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
9:10 p.m.
Wednesday, December 10, 2014 8:00 - 10:00 p.m.
T/Th Evening Classes
6:00 p.m.
Thursday, December 11, 2014
7:35 p.m.
Tuesday, December 16, 2014
9:10 p.m.
Thursday, December 11, 2014
STUDENT SERVICES • EXAM SCHEDULE
If your class does not meet during the times listed below, please contact your instructor.
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
6:00 - 8:00 p.m
8:00 - 10:00 p.m.
Faculty must have grades entered into the system by 3:00 p.m. Wednesday, December 17, 2014.
Weekend Classes:
Classes meeting on Friday will be given exams on Friday,
December 12, 2014, during the regularly scheduled class period.
Classes meeting on Saturday will be given exams on Saturday,
December 13, 2014, during the regularly scheduled class period.
NOTE: Changes to the examination schedule will be posted on the college website at midlandstech.edu. Once grades
are posted, students can access grades online at midlandstech.edu/records.
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Curb access ramps for
students with disabilities
AC - Academic Center
AMT - Advanced Manufacturing
Technologies
ASC - Airport Student Center
CO - Congaree Hall
GR - Granby Hall
HSB - Health Science Building
IB - Industrial Building
LA - Lab Building
LX - Lexington Hall
MA - Maintenance Building
MH - Morris Hall
MS - Materials Support
OP - Operations
RE - Reed Hall
RO - Robinson Building
SDH - Springdale Hall
SA - Saluda Hall
Building Legend
Airport Campus
Airport Campus Map
BeltlineBeltline
and Harbison
Campus
Campus
Map Maps
Beltline Campus
AU - Automotive Building
and Parking Garage
RH - Richland Hall
EL - Engineering Laboratory
Building
LB - Library Building
LET - Lindau Engineering
Technology Building
BSC - Beltline Student Center
PM - Precision Machining Building
WM - Wade Martin Hall
SSB - Student Services Building
Curb access ramps for
students with disabilities
Harbison Campus
CAMPUS MAPS
Building Legend
Beltline Campus
Building Legend
Harbison Campus
A - Guard Station
ADM - Administration
CONF - Conference Center
IH - Irmo Hall
E - Storage
HH - Harbison Hall
CE - Continuing Education Center
H - Maintenance
CTB - Theater and Classroom
Curb access ramps for
students with disabilities
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Fort Jackson and Northeast Campus Maps
Fort Jackson Campus
Northeast Campus
Building Legend
Northeast Campus
CT - Center for Technology
BA - Business Accelerator
ETS - Engineering Technology
and Sciences Building
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Midlands Technical College
Post Office Box 2408
Columbia, South Carolina
29202-9957
Non-Profit Org.
PAID
US Postage
Columbia, SC
Permit No. 970
For more information,
call (803) 738-8324 or
(800) 922-8038. Visit MTC on
the web at midlandstech.edu.
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about Fall Registration
Schedule appointment with advisor
Visit www.midlandstech.edu/fall14advisement to find out when to call. Appointments fill up quickly, so call
as soon as possible. Have your MTC student ID number ready when you call.
Meet with advisor
Keep your appointment and arrive on time. Your advisor will help you make the best selections for your course
of study. You will be given an advisement form listing the courses you should take.
Assign course sections
Your classes are listed on the advisement form. You’ll need to select the specific course sections you want
(example: ENG 101 A02). You’ll find the courses offered for fall semester listed online at midlandstech.edu –
Course Search. Write down the sections you want to register for on your form. Keep your advisement form
somewhere safe – you will need this to register!
Register for courses
Beginning June 16 for continuing students with earned grades from MTC, June 18 for all other students.
Students who were previously web-enabled by their academic department can register at their
MyMTC account. All others should visit the Records office on the Beltline or Airport campus to register.
Take care of tuition and fees
Fall 2014 fee payment will begin on July 1, 2014, and all fees must be paid
by August 15, 2014, before 1:00 p.m. to avoid a late fee.
Start here!
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