Adult Admission

Thank you for your interest in attending Meridian Technology Center. To enroll in a career major, you need to follow the process outlined below.

  1. Assessment
    Individuals seeking enrollment in a career major must take academic and career interest assessments prior to enrollment. The information gained from the assessments will help you make informed decisions based on your academic abilities and career interests.

    You may be exempt from the academic assessment if you have one of the following:

    • An ACT composite score of 19
    • An alternate approved assessment
    • Credit for college level English and math courses

    Results
    At the end of your assessment, you will receive your results immediately. You will have an opportunity to meet with a counselor to go over those results before you enroll.

    Tests Administered

    • KeyTrain Pre-Test: Measures Reading for Information, Locating Information and Applied Mathematics skills
    • Written Career Assessment: A short questionnaire about your career plans

    The in-district assessment fee is $10 and can be paid by cash, check or credit card. It is due on the day of the assessment. The out-of-district fee is $25. Assessments are typically given bi-weekly. Talk to a Career Counselor about upcoming dates. Individuals arriving ten minutes after the scheduled time will not be permitted to test.

    8:45-9 am Register and pay testing fee
    9-11 am Academic and written career assessment

    Beverages in a container with a lid are allowed in the Assessment Center. In accordance with state law, Meridian Technology Center prohibits smoking and the use of tobacco products on campus. You may want to bring a jacket or sweater in case you find the Testing Center too cool.

    Test Accommodations
    If you want to request testing accommodations for a documented disability, please contact Mrs. Anne Belanus at (405) 377-3333, ext. 395. Requests must be made in advance of testing.

  2. Financial Aid
    Please review the Financial Aid information above. Students must complete their FAFSA online. We have Internet access available at no cost on our campus. Once you have filed your FAFSA, your report will be sent to us. We will notify you of any additional steps you need to take to finalize your enrollment.

  3. Enrollment

    Please see the Frequently Asked Questions page for more information about application deadlines. Once you have been accepted, you are ready to complete an enrollment form and pay the $100 deposit. 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 get us a sponsorship letter before you will be allowed to enroll. If a program is full, you may be put on a waiting list. If we do not have room for you by January 3, please contact an advisor to apply for the following school year.

"I want a life as a forensic anthropologist."
- Savannah Jenkins,
Biotechnology