MATC operates under an open door policy and serves all individuals on an equal opportunity basis. All persons who can benefit from technical education, and are 16 years of age (or older) have an opportunity to enroll in courses, but not necessarily all programs. A high school diploma or GED is not an entrance requirement for all programs but does apply to some. Students may go to the Program area of the catalog to determine enrollment requirements for their selected program.
For more information contact Student Services at 801.753.MATC (6282).
How to enroll/register
A student is required to declare a program and certificate at the time of application to MATC. Registration is determined by space availability. Enrollment application may take place at the Orem, Spanish Fork, or Thanksgiving Point campuses of MATC or by phone at 801.753.6282
Step A. Students can go online at “www.mlatc.edu” to begin the application process for enrollment into MATC programs.
(This will allow students to put in their demographics and other information in preparation to register.)
Step B. Registration must be done in person, or by phone with a valid credit card and can be completed at any of the three MATC Campuses with a Student Services office:
• Thanksgiving Point Campus;
2301 West Ashton Blvd., Lehi, UT 84043
• Orem Campus;
1410 West Business Park Dr. (1250 South), Orem, UT 84058
• Spanish Fork Campus;
1200 South DelMonte Rd. (693 West), Spanish Fork, UT 84660
To reach any MATC Campus please call: 801-753-MATC (6282)
Pay Fees & Tuition
• All program fees and tuition must be paid in full at the time of
High School students
High school students (juniors or seniors and minimum 16 years of age) will be admitted upon the recommendation of his/her high school counselor. It is the responsibility of the high school counselor to ascertain the maturity level and academic readiness of high school students prior to placement in MATC programs. Students who are found to be deficient in maturity or academic progression may be transferred back to the high school.
Adult students are required to complete a basic assessment of reading and math skills. The test is free and takes approximately 1 hr to complete. For additional information, call the Testing Center (801) 753-4110. Students who wish to be admitted into a program must complete the admission requirements of the specific program. Students receiving financial aid will need to provide evidence of sponsorship at the time of registration.
Mountainland Applied Technology College has implemented a policy in accordance with the Utah State Code Annotated 53B-8-102 that does not require residency classification for students enrolled in non-credit courses or programs; therefore, no residency determination is required and the current in-state tuition rate will apply to all students.
Transfer of Coursework
A student transferring from another UCAT regional campus or another campus of Higher Education must meet the admission requirements of the MATC program. Students who transfer and request recognition of outside coursework must provide official transcripts and any other records and/or reports for evaluation. Transfer of acquired competencies and skills will occur after review by and/or demonstration to MATC program instructor(s).
Program or Course Transfer
Students may transfer from one section of a program to another provided space is available. Students may also transfer from one MATC Campus to another while maintaining their enrollment, if approved by both instructors. A $5 fee will be assessed for each transfer.
TRANSCRIPTS & RECORDS
All student academic records are retained, secured, and disposed of in accordance with local, state, and federal regulations. All student record information is maintained on MATC’s Student Information System at the main campus. MATC maintains records for each student, which may include: previous education, attendance, progress, tuition and fees, demographics, training outcome, competencies obtained, and certificates awarded.
Student transcripts are available upon written request by the student. A transcript request form can be obtained in the Student Services office. Student records may only be released to the student or his /her designee as directed by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA). Official transcripts will be released to students who are current with their financial obligation. A picture ID must be provided at time of request.
There is a fee of $5 for each official transcript requested. Normal processing time for transcript preparation is approximately five to ten business days.
Technology Requirements for Students
MATC students are provided access to computer labs and software required for completion of the program requirements. Students are not required to purchase outside hardware or software to enroll at MATC.
Hardware/Software Acceptable Use
The Hardware/Software Acceptable Use policy is among those presented to new students during Student Orientation. When you read this and other College policies, you will be asked to sign a statement that confirms that you have read and understood them. The focus of the Technology Use Policy is to make sure students know that their use of College computer hardware and software must be appropriate and in accordance to the College mission. It also explains how the College enforces the policy, including possible disciplinary actions. Since inappropriate computer/technology use can negatively impact the learning environment, it’s important that students observe the Hardware/Software Acceptable Use Policy at all times.
Minimum Class Size Requirements
Classes not meeting the minimum class load may be cancelled. Minimum class size requirements vary per program.