Have a question about applying to MCTC?
The best place to get started is to attend a Campus Visit. Sessions are offered weekly to give you a complete overview of the college, our programs, services and admission requirements. It also includes a campus tour. Learn about campus visits and admissions events.
Want to meet with an admissions advisor?
Quick questions? You can meet for 15 minutes with an admissions advisor by coming to Admissions during our walk-in hours.*
Admission Advising Walk-in Hours
- Monday 10 a.m.–3 p.m.
- Tuesday 10 a.m.–3 p.m.
- Wednesday 10 a.m.–3 p.m.
- Thursday 10 a.m.–3 p.m.
- Friday 1–4 p.m.
*Please call 612-659-6282 first to confirm that hours will be held as scheduled. No walk-ins are available on days when the campus or offices are closed––please see the academic calendar for these dates.
If you need assistance with the following or believe you may need more than 15 minutes, call 612-659-6209 to schedule an appointment with an Admissions Advisor:
- You are considering one of our selective admission programs (Nursing, Polysomnographic Technology or Cinema)
- You are seeking admission as an international student
- You would like to discuss a particular program more in-depth
- You are unable to attend during scheduled walk-in times
- Are you a current or returning MCTC student? Contact the Counseling and Advising Office in T.2500 or at 612-659-6700. If you have a Star ID and password you can access contact information for your assigned academic advisor through the intranet.
- Are you looking for an appointment to discuss financial aid? Call 612-659-6240 for assistance; if needed, a referral to a meeting with a financial aid officer will be provided.
International student contact
Sherry Brewer, our international student admissions advisor, can provide help and answer questions from international students during the admissions process. Contact Sherry at 612-659-6201 or by email at email@example.com.
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