MATC Enrollment Process
Step 1 – Choose Your Program
Any student who is at least 16 years old and can benefit from training is eligible to enroll. A high school diploma or General Educational Development (GED) is not an entrance requirement for most programs, but does apply to some. Students applying for Federal Financial Aid must have graduated high school or completed the GED requirements.
In order to enroll students should have an idea of what kind of career they want to get their education in. MATC offers a wide variety of career paths to choose from. If you are still trying to decide, let us help!
Information about programs can be found on each individual program home page on the menu under PROGRAMS. Some programs require the student to meet with the Guidance Counselor prior to completing the registration process. For more information contact Student Services at 801- 753-MATC (6282).
Transferring Course Work – 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).
Step 2 – Apply
- Applying is the first part of two parts in the enrollment process. Registration is the second part and will be done after you have completed your application.
- There is no cost to apply and it only takes a few minutes. You will receive a student ID and create a password for your account.
- Launch the Student Portal and enter demographic information, create a student account and login for completing your registration and for accessing student academic information.
IMPORTANT: Write down your student ID and password. You will need this information for registration and future login purposes.
Step 3 – Review and Complete the Prerequisites
1. Pre-assessment – ALL STUDENTS: As part of the admission process ALL STUDENTS are required to complete the Career Ready Entrance Assessment. The Career Ready Entrance Assessment is free and takes approximately 1 hour to complete. You can take this assessment at anytime prior to registration. You only need to take this assessment once upon first registering at MATC. You do not need to retake it for each program or additional course. As part of the admission process, will be required to complete a basic assessment of reading and math skills. For additional information or to schedule please visit Testing Center or call (801) 753-4110.
2. Meet with counselor if needed – Students enrolling in Open Entry/Open Exit Programs are required to meet with a Career Counselor and in some instances the course instructor to discuss details of the program and to obtain a signed Training Agreement Form. Making a scheduled appointment is recommended; however, walk-ins are welcome. Walk-ins are not guaranteed and students may have to wait or reschedule.
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Step 4 – Complete Registration
A $40.00 non-refundable registration fee and ALL FEES AND TUITION are due at the time of registration. Students may pay with check, cash, and/or credit card. Please refer to the program pnformation page for the program you are registering for to determine tuition and fees and other program costs
1: Log back in to the Student Portal using your student ID and password created when applying.
2: Click on SIGN UP FOR COURSES. Not all courses are available to register for online. If your course is not listed please visit the nearest Student Services office. Students may also register by phone with a credit card at 801-753-6282 or in person at one of MATC’s campus locations with a Student Services office.
3: Click on desired Program, check the box for the session for which you choose to enroll, scroll to the bottom of the page, and click on SIGN UP. Please read the IMPORTANT NOTE, then click on ENROLL.
4: Click on PAY. You will be prompted to enter credit card information. Click on PAY NOW to finalize the payment. If payment is not approved your space will not be held in the course. If a receipt for your payment does not appear for printing, please contact Student Services at 801-753-MATC (6282).
Payment and Refund Information
Full payment is due at time of Registration. High school students pay fees only until they or their class graduates. After graduating high school, the student is considered an adult and is subject to the current tuition and annual fees for any remaining hours needed to complete their program and receive a certificate.
Refunds of tuition are given when: 1) a class is canceled, or 2) A student officially withdraws during the refund period. Fees are not refundable after the third day of instruction. Courses 50 hours or less: No refund of tuition or fee after 1st day of instruction. A $5 refund processing fee will be withheld from each refund (unless a class is canceled). Please allow 45 days for refund to be processed. Tuition and fees are subject to change. For additional information, see complete refund policy in the MATC Student Guide.
Step 5 – Bookstore Materials and Supplies
Refer to your Program’s homepage for Program Details to review materials needed for your program. Each program has a “shopping list” that includes textbooks, workbooks and other materials and costs that students should prepare for. Some materials can be purchased as the course progresses. Please verify with your instructor which materials are needed up front.
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Tour Our Campus
Come EXPERIENCE a campus tour at MATC. This is your invitation to come and visit with us. The best way to find out both information and the benefits on what an MATC education can offer you, is to come and check it out for yourself. You will get a personalized campus tour where you can discover programs, see the labs and ask questions. Our campus recruiters have a wealth of knowledge to help guide you in one of the most important decisions of your life. Register for a tour and learn about more ways that MATC can help you gain the education you need.
Talk With An Academic and Career Counselor
Academic and Career Counseling are provided through our Academic and Career Counselors. Students are encouraged to meet with counselors prior to enrollment to get program and career specific information and have their questions answered.