Admissions & Registration

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1. Explore

OUR PROGRAMS AND PATHWAYS

MATC offers 150+ career-ready associate degree, technical diploma and certificate programs. You can see all programs online or explore by Academic & Career Pathway: Business & Management; Community & Human Services; Creative Arts, Design & Media; General Education; Healthcare; Manufacturing, Construction & Transportation; and STEM. 


WANT TO TALK TO SOMEONE?

Join an MATC Live! Virtual information session or request info and a recruiter will be in touch within one business day. 

You can also call 414-297-MATC (6282).

RESIDENCY

Learn about options for residents and non-residents of Wisconsin.

 

2. Apply 

COLLEGE-LEVEL PROGRAMS AND CLASSES

Apply now to start a degree or diploma program, apply to start a certificate, or sign up to just take a class to brush up on your skills or meet four-year university requirements. 

FINISH HIGH SCHOOL

MATC offers three options -- Adult High School, GED and HSED -- to meet your needs. Submit a High School / GED Application to get started.

Talk with an admissions specialist if you have any questions at newstudent@matc.edu or 414-297-8661.

LEARN ENGLISH

MATC offers English as a Second Language (ESL) opportunities. Submit an ESL Application (link) to get started.

Talk with an admissions specialist if you have any questions at newstudent@matc.edu or call 414-297-MATC (6282).

 

3. Register

If you’re already an MATC student (see ‘apply’ above if you’re not) enrolled in a degree or diploma program, visit Self Service and select Student Planning (link) to register for classes! 

Students not enrolled in a program can register on INFOnline (link).

Want to see what classes are available? Check out our catalog (link)

Need to talk to someone?
Get connected with a pathway advisor before your register by emailing your Academic and Career Pathway.

Not sure what pathway your program is in? Use the Pathway locator tool.


GET CREDIT FOR WHAT YOU KNOW

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 examinations, portfolios,workforce and the military.

Additional Resources

(forms, transcripts, graduation info and more)

Visit the Registration & Records page for more information or call 414-297-MATC (6282).