More Tech Institute has Admissions Representatives available to thoroughly explain the program of interest and guide you through the admissions process. When meeting with an Admissions Representative, please make sure you have the following documents:
• Valid Driver’s license or photo ID
• Proof of Citizenship or for non-U.S. Citizens: permanent residency card, parole documents, I-94 card, and passport
• Social Security Card
• High school Diploma or GED
• Application fee of $50.00
- Student must be at least 16 years of age, which is the age of compulsory education.
- A high school diploma or GED (General Equivalency Diploma) to be admitted as a student.
- Under certain circumstances, applicants who are not high school graduates or who have not passed the GED but are beyond the age of compulsory education and have demonstrated the ability to benefit from the training offered at the institution can also be admitted. Students must take and pass an Ability to Benefit (ATB) exam, recognized by the Department of Education and administered by an independent tester. The student without a GED or Diploma must take and pass the ATB exam to be accepted for enrollment. More Tech Institute uses the Wonderlic Basic Skills test (WBST). In order to qualify, students must attain a minimum score of 200 in the Verbal and 210 in the Quantitative for the WBST, English version. The WBST requires 40 minutes to administer. If the applicant is unable to achieve the minimum acceptable scores for the program of his or her choice, the applicant my reapply for admission within two (2) days.
- Applicants who first enroll in an eligible program of study on or after July 1, 2012 and who want to participate in Federal Financial Aid (Title IV) must have a high school diploma or GED. The ATB criteria for admission will not be accepted. The ATB criteria applies to applicants who have attended an eligible program at a Title IV institution prior to July 1, 2012. The applicant may participate in Federal Financial Aid (Title IV) by demonstrating that the applicant took and passed the ATB test prior to July 1, 2012.
- If a student is a high school graduate or has earned a GED, but can’t provide documentation of graduation or proof of passing the GED, the student will be required to sign a statement of when and where they graduated or obtained a GED, and in addition take and pass the ATB exam administered by an independent tester. The ATB criteria for admission will be accepted, but will not be accepted to participate in Federal Financial Aid (Title IV).