Admissions & Registration

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Ready to start at MATC?

New Summer / Fall Registration Dates

Students: MATC has set new dates for summer and fall registration. Priority registration gives current program students the first opportunity to register. Open registration is the first opportunity to register for new students and non-program students. Program students can use a new registration tool at selfservice.matc.edu to both register for classes and plan for future semesters. Non-program students can continue to register at infonline.matc.edu.

Talk with an advisor before you register by emailing advising@matc.edu!

Priority registration for Summer and Fall 2020 will now begin:

  • Monday, April 20: For veteran, continuing program students 
  • Tuesday, April 21: For all continuing program students

Open registration for Summer and Fall 2020 will now begin:

  • Friday, April 24: Non-program / New veteran students
  • Monday, April 27: Open registration for all students

Become a COLLEGE Student

In person: You can visit the Welcome Center at any campus as your starting point. Services include computer stations for completing applications for admission, registration and financial aid. Our team provides personal assistance at each Welcome Center.

Online: You can also start an program application online now to start a degree or diploma program -- or fill out the non-program application to pursue a certificate or just take a class.

FINISH HIGH SCHOOL

MATC offers three options -- Adult High School, GED and HSED -- to meet your needs. 

LEARN ENGLISH

MATC offers English as a Second Language (ESL) opportunities. 

ALREADY ACCEPTED? VISIT THE Online Orientation

  • Log into myMATC located at the top of the home page
  • View the Online Orientation under Bookmarks for important information regarding the enrollment process 
    (completion of this orientation is mandatory before registering for classes).

CURRENT STUDENTS: Registration & Records 

This section has all of the information and forms needed to help you through the registration process from selecting a program through commencement.

GET CREDIT FOR WHAT YOU KNOW: Credit For Prior Learning (CPLE)

Credit for Prior Learning provides students a range of options to earn college credit for what they already know. Students can demonstrate college-level knowledge and competencies from examination, portfolio, to workforce and military.

Residency

Learn about options for residents and non-residents.