Admissions

Admissions

REGISTRATION:
Click HERE to register for a class/program.   We are currently seeing students by appointment only. 

Offices are open Monday-Friday 7:30 am - 4:00 pm.  Evening appointments available upon request.

Our Admissions/Student Services Office is here to help you find the program that is right for you, help you with all needs assessments and pretesting, and schedule appointments for those who need financial aid. Begin your application process early, so you have the most class choices. We are here to help you achieve your goals!  

All programs have limited enrollment. Tuition prices are subject to change pending Board of Education approval. The school reserves the right to cancel a class due to insufficient enrollment, up to the day before a class is to begin. If this happens, any paid tuition will be returned in full. Students are urged to register early to ensure a place in the class.

Adult Education programs follow an “open admissions” policy for most programs(see information below).  This allows any person with a high school diploma or High School Equivalency, upon successful completion of pre-entrance testing/interviews (where required), to enroll in adult education programs.  Once students complete required testing and have made arrangements for tuition and fees, students will be admitted on a first-come, first serve basis. 

Admission Policy for all programs that are Title IV (full-time) programs:

  1. Students must be at least 17 years of age and have obtained a high school diplomas or High School Equivalency.  

  2. Go to https://mec.axstudent.com/#/categories and fill out the required registration form completely.  All applicants need to have a working email and phone number in order for us to contact you regarding any registrations.
  3. Upload High School Transcript or High School Equivalency proof.  This needs to be uploaded with your application.  See notes below regarding proof of High School completion.  Exception: Diploma RN Program students must upload their LPN transcript and an active Ohio Licensed Practical Nurse License verification.  

  4. Take care of financial obligations:

    • If applying for Federal Financial Aid (FAFSA) at https://fafsa.ed.gov. School code 012967.   Students who do not qualify for Title IV Funding (Pell or Student Loans) must complete financial arrangements as a self-pay student.
    • If self-pay, you must notify the school, fill out a Funding Determination-Waiver and set up payment arrangements or pay institutional charges PRIOR to the first day of class.
    • If agency (VA or Ohio Means Jobs, etc.), you must have all documentation completed and to the financial aid office prior to the first day of class.
  5. Complete program specific PRE-ADMISSION requirements. See below.

All programs have limited enrollment spots.  Tuition prices are subject to change pending Board of Education approval.  The school reserves the right to cancel a class due to insufficient enrollment, up to the day before a class is to being.  If this happens, any paid tuition will be returned in full.  Students are urged to register early.

Mid-East does not offer an "ability to benefit" option.


PROOF OF HIGH SCHOOL COMPLETION:

  1. We accept High School transcripts with graduation dates(Special notice for applicants who are graduating high school in the same year they are applying for entry into one of our programs....YOU MUST obtain a High School Transcript upon graduation that has your graduation date on it.  Financial Aid cannot be applied to your accounts without this. Remember that most High School offices close around mid-June and do not reopen until August.)

  2. High School Equivalency: a copy of certificate or proof of completion (with grades if at all possible)

  3. Home School:  A copy of a home school certificate and any supporting credential with appropriate seal/signatures.  Home schools must be recognized as such in the state where they were issued.

If there are any concerns about the validity of the high schools’ credentials, the institution will first check the “Unacceptable Proof of Graduation” list.  If the high school is on that list it will be judged as unacceptable.  If it is not on that list but the institution still questions the validity of the high school credential, we will ask for a transcript from the high school showing classes completed and passed.  If we are still not satisfied as to the validity of the credential, we may contact the states’ Department of Education in which the school is located to ascertain if the high school is approved by the state.  If it cannot be confirmed, the transcript will not be accepted.  We will also not accept any transcript that has been altered in any way.
 
If the student graduated from a high school out of the country, we will determine whether the education is the equivalent of a high school education in the United States.

PRE-ADMISSION ASSESSMENTS/REQUIREMENTS:

Prior to being accepted into a Title IV eligible (full-time) program at Mid-East CTC- Adult Education, prospective students will need to take some type of assessment and in some cases provide documentation..  Listed below are the necessary requirements.


  • Commercial & Residential Electricity and Welding Applicants must take the Workplace Documents assessment prior to entry into the program.  Students should obtain a score of 3 to be successful in the program
  • Technical Services Specialist:  Applicants  must take the Workplace Documents WorkKeys assessment prior to entry into the program.  Students should obtain a score of 4 to be successful in the program.
  • Heavy Equipment Operator: Applicants  must take the Workplace Documents Workkeys assessment prior to entry into the program and obtain a score of 3 to be successful into the program.  Because of the CDL training in this program, students must submit a valid driver’s license and submit an official Driver’s Abstract from the Bureau of Motor Vehicles. Students will also take a Department of Transportation physical after the start of class.
  • Power Lineman: Applicants must pass a physical assessment.  Students are scored on this assessment and are accepted into the program until the class is full.  Those accepted students must take the Workplace Documents assessment prior to entry into the program and obtain a score of 3 to be successful into the program. Because of the CDL training in this program, students must submit a valid driver’s license and submit an official Driver’s Abstract from the Bureau of Motor Vehicles. Student will also take a Department of Transportation physical after the start of class.
  • ParamedicApplicants  are required to take three WorkKeys assessments (Workplace Documents, Applied Math and Graphic Literacy) and the Wonderlic assessment.  Students who score all 4 or better and then selected for an interview.  Students are scored on their answers to a standard questions. Students with a combined score (Interview and assessments) of 50 are accepted into the until the class it is full.
  • Multi-Skilled Health TechnicianApplicants must take the Workplace Documents and Applied Math WorkKeys assessments and the Wonderlic assessment.  Students who score 14 or higher on the Wonderlick will be selected for an interview with the Health Occupations Coordinator and/or the program instructor(s).  Final letters will be mail out regarding acceptance status after interviews are conducted..
  • Practical NursingApplicants will be required to take the ATI TEAS assessment to determine eligibility for the program.  Your score must be basic level, (Baseline percentage required may vary depending on other applicants scores.)  Acceptance is based on the final scores of the ATI TEAS assessment and applicants will be accepted by highest scores first.  You will also be asked to complete in interview with the Health Occupations Coordinator and/or the program instructor(s).  Final letters will be mailed out regarding acceptance status after interview are conducted.  Final letters will be mailed out regarding acceptance status after interviews are conducted.
  • Diploma RN Program Applicants will be required to take the ATI TEAS assessment to determine eligibility for the program.  Your score must be proficient level, (Baseline percentage required may vary depending on other applicants scores.)  Acceptance is based on the final scores of the ATI TEAS assessment and applicants will be accepted by highest scores first.  You will also be asked to complete in interview with the Health Occupations Coordinator and/or the program instructor(s).  Final letters will be mailed out regarding acceptance status after interview are conducted.  Final letters will be mailed out regarding acceptance status after interviews are conducted. 
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