Your Future Career Begins Here
Meridian is a low-cost option to prepare yourself for the career you’ve always wanted. Whether you’re exploring a new field or expanding on what you already know, when you enroll at Meridian Technology Center, you’re taking the next step to get to where you want to be. Adult students typically spend one year at Meridian when they attend class full time and two years at Tech when they attend part time. Take a look at our programs.
- Training at Meridian combines theoretical framework and hands-on skills application.
- Instructors are experts in their field.
- Industry representatives help shape course content.
What You Need to Do to Apply to Tech
- Apply online
You can apply online for many of our programs. Once you complete your online application and submit it, we will contact you about the next steps in the process. The following programs use a different application process: Practical Nursing, Radiologic Technology, and adult Cosmetology.
- Apply for Financial Aid
- Attend Adult Orientation
You do not have to sign up for these dates.
Tuesday, May 2 at 9:00 AM
Tuesday, May 23 at 9:00 AM
Tuesday, June 13 at 9:00 AM
Tuesday, July 11 at 9:00 AM
- Submit necessary documents
We need a copy of your high school transcript showing date of graduation or GED Score Report. We may also need a copy of any college transcripts, assessment results for tests taken in the last 5 years, and your Career Readiness Certificate. We will discuss these at the orientation.
- Take required assessments
You will take a career assessment during orientation. We will determine if you need an academic assessment at orientation. There is no cost for assessment.
- Get notified of application status
Once you have completed all of the items above, we will notify you if are accepted, not accepted or on a waiting list.
- Secure your enrollment with a $100 deposit.
Once you have been accepted to a program, you must pay your deposit on the day you complete the enrollment form. The deposit is non-refundable. If an outside agency is paying the deposit, it is your responsibility to provide us a sponsorship letter before you will be allowed to enroll. If a program is full, you may be put on a waiting list. At this time Meridian does not sponsor international students needing an M1 visa.
What sets Meridian apart from other types of education?
Meridian is a low-cost pathway to college or career. Whatever your next steps are, your journey can begin here!
- 20+ programs to choose from
- Small classes with hands-on learning
- Real-world learning projects in every program
- Earn college credit
- Many self-paced programs