Office of the President

MATC President Clay Christensen

Welcome to Mountainland Applied Technology College.  MATC has the opportunity to provide educational program opportunities to constituents in Utah, Summit and Wasatch Counties.  The main campus is located at Thanksgiving Point in Lehi, Utah and enables the college to serve your needs on the north end of Utah County. This state of the art facility has numerous, outstanding offerings that are sure to meet your occupational goals. The campus in Orem has been completely remodeled to meet student needs and the campus in Spanish Fork provides a strong educational environment in the south end of Utah Valley. MATC has partnered with Associated General Contractors on a general contractors apprenticeship program and facilities for that program are located in Salt Lake County.  In addition, MATC partners with business and educational entities to provide educational offerings in both Summit and Wasatch County.  These developments have made it possible to continue offering instruction on the latest equipment by instructors that are highly respected in education, business, and industry.

The MATC and our employees are pleased to continue offering low cost tuition to adults and no tuition to high school students. The advisory committees provide excellent resources and validation for the curriculum that we teach. The student services department provides guidance, counseling, and assistance to those desiring help with job placement or financial aid.  Our facilities department maintains the campuses and keeps them looking attractive, while the finance department keeps the college financially stable. The human resource department coordinates personnel management, and the technology department has the responsibility to maintain computers and networks. At the heart and soul of the school are the educational programs that offer occupational preparation for upgrading skills, or to start a new career.

On behalf of the administration, staff and Board of Directors, I extend an invitation to join the educational excitement at Mountainland Applied Technology College. Our administration, instructors and staff will help guide you through one of the best learning experiences of your life.

Clay Christensen, President
Mountainland Applied Technology College

MATC Mission Statement

To improve the quality of life in the Mountainland community by enhancing the employability of individuals through market-driven career and technical education.

MATC Vision Statement

To prepare for the workforce and implement the Mission Statement of the Mountainland Applied Technology College through five core areas of: Program Development; Student Achievement; Faculty and Staff Support; Physical Resources; and Community Outreach.