Can you see yourself here?
Get a feel for our beautiful downtown campus as you take a tour, learn more about our outstanding degree, diploma and certificate programs, and discover the many student services and exciting student organizations and activities at MCTC. You will also have the opportunity to learn more about tuition, financial aid and how to get started at the College.
Sign up for a campus or community visit that works for you to see what we have to offer!
Please note, there won't be campus visits when the campus is closed. We will meet in the Counseling and Advising office (T.2500) on the second floor of the building connected to the parking ramp.
High school and community visits
We visit many high schools throughout the Twin Cities and have a number of partnerships with schools through our Power of YOU, K-12 Connections and TRIO programs. Please contact your school Career Center or Guidance Office to find out when we'll be on your campus or to ask for a group tour of MCTC.
We also attend events in the local community to provide information regarding our educational programs, admission process and to answer any questions you may have about the college. If you organize a community event you think we'd like to be a part of please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
We would love for your high school group or organization to visit us! If you are part of a group preparing students for the transition to college and would like to arrange for a group visit please email your request at least three weeks in advance to email@example.com.
Please include the following in your email:
- Your organization’s name
- Group size (minimum five plus chaperone/organization representative)
- Possible dates and times
- Your email and phone
- Purpose and goals of your visit
- Any information that would help us prepare for your group, such as academic programs of interest or information about your organization
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