Enrolling at MVCTC is easy. Simply follow the steps below and let our trained counselors help jump-start your journey.
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- Call the Adult Education Office at 937-854-6297 to schedule your FREE entrance test. Assessments can be scheduled Monday through Friday. Please call to check availability.
- Complete a three-part ACT WorkKeys assessment (allow 3 1/2 hours for the assessment). More information about WorkKeys tests can be
found by going to https://jobseeker.ohiomeansjobs.monster.com/Assessments/Home.aspx
- Schedule a meeting with an Adult Ed Career Advisor to discuss your WorkKeys results and your preference in Career Program offerings. Financial aid is available for those who qualify. Information on Financial Aid and FAFSA assistance is provided.
- Click here to schedule a Background Check. -- Please do not schedule your background check until Steps 1, 2, and 3 above have been completed.
Career Program Enrollment
It is important to start the registration process early. So please REGISTER EARLY!
Applicants who want to enroll in a Career Program begin the process by completing a three-part assessment.
Payment of Fees
Payment can be made by VISA, MasterCard, Discover, cash, or check payable to MVCTC Adult Education. When a program is canceled, full refunds are issued. Financial Aid is available for full-time Career Programs to those who qualify. Special payment arrangements are considered on a case-by-case basis.
The course fee includes the cost of books and other supplies. Books are generally distributed during the first class. Materials and supplies are made available as needed.
Programs with insufficient enrollment are subject to cancellation. Rescheduling or postponing may be necessary to establish a minimum number of students. In addition, some programs will reach capacity several weeks prior to the start date. Registering early and finalizing payment of the program will help to ensure the program is held as scheduled.
Financial Aid is available for Career Programs for those who qualify. There are a number of potential sources including Pell Grants, Stafford Loans, Workforce Innovation & Opportunity Act (WIOA) Boards, the Bureau of Vocational Rehabilitation, the Ohio Industrial Commission, Veterans Benefits, and possibly others. The school employs a financial aid counselor and an agency liaison to assist students who wish to apply for financial aid.
Prior to meeting with a financial aid counselor, students must visit https://studentaid.gov/ and complete the FAFSA application, Entrance Counseling, and the Master Promissory Note (MPN).
Additional MVCTC Adult Education Financial Aid information is available at www.mvctc.com/ae/financial-aid.
Students who successfully complete a full-time Career Program receive an official school certificate (Career Passport) noting their accomplishment. Certificates will be available within 2 weeks of the course ending. The school does not retain copies of certificates, therefore duplicates cannot be issued.