Frequently Asked Questions

Financial Aid:  How do I apply?

Financial aid, in the form of scholarships, grants, veteran’s benefits, loans and tuition waivers are available for qualified persons enrolled in full-time programs. Students may apply for the Federal Pell Grant and Stafford Loan programs online by completing the Free Application for Federal student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.gov. For more information, call (405) 595-4446 or 595-4436, or visit: www.metrotech.edu/financial-aid

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How do I enroll?

Short-term courses:
You may enroll by:

Phone:
(405) 595-4678,

Mail or walk-in:
Metro Tech’s Student Services
1900 Springlake Drive
Oklahoma City, OK 73111

For more information visit:  www.metrotech.edu/individuals/adults/short-term/enrollment

Full-time programs:
Process for most Metro Tech programs. Enrollment for Health and Aviation programs require more steps to enroll.

  1.  Financial Aid:
    Complete online at www.fafsa.gov
     
  2. Testing:
    Take aptitude assessment test
     
  3. Transcripts:
    High School, GED or college transcripts
     
  4. Application:
    Complete online application at https://portal.metrotech.edu/applynow/
     
  5. Application Fee:
    Pay $20 fee
     
  6. Career Advisor:
    Meet with Metro Tech advisor
     
  7. Acceptance:
    You will be notified about acceptance to Metro Tech

For more information visit: www.metrotech.edu/individuals/adults/short-term/enrollment

 Health Training:  How do I apply?

Short-term health courses: 
you may enroll by:

Phone:
(405) 595-4678,

Mail or walk-in:
Metro Tech’s Student Services
1900 Springlake Drive
Oklahoma City, OK 73111

For more information visit: www.metrotech.edu/individuals/adults/short-term/enrollment

Full-time programs:
Health Enrollment Process:

  1. Orientation:
    All health applicants are required to attend an orientation. For date and time of the next orientation, please visit:                                                                www.metrotech.edu/healthorientation
     
  2. Application Packet:
    Request application
     
  3. Testing:
    Take the Accuplacer and ACT Engage tests
     
  4. Prerequisites:
    Check for prerequisites for each health program
     
  5. Transcripts:
    Official copies of high school and college transcripts
     
  6. Certifications/Licenses:
    Official copies such as CPR, CNA, etc.
     
  7. Health Insurance:
    Some clinical agencies may require proof of insurance

    After Acceptance in Program:
     

  8. Immunizations:
    Check for program requirements
     
  9. Physical Exam:
    Check for program requirements
     
  10. Background Check:
    Check for program requirements
     
  11. Drug Screen:
    Check for program requirements

Here is example of how to enroll in the Practical Nursing program: www.metrotech.edu/course-programs/health-science/practical-nurse/apply

 Aviation Maintenance Training:  How do I apply?

  1. Orientation:
    All aviation applicants are required to attend an orientation. For date and time of the next orientation, please visit: www.metrotech.edu/course-programs/transportation-distribution-logistics/aviation-maintenance/apply
     
  2. Application Packet: 
    Request application
     
  3. Testing:
    Take the assessment test
     
  4. Transcripts:
    Official copies of high school and college transcripts
     
  5. Certifications/Licenses:
    Official copies of any training that may apply to aviation maintenance should be turned in at time of application.

 Dropout Recovery program:  How do I apply?

  • High School Referral:
    Most applicants need a referral from their home high school to apply at the Metro Career Academy (MCA)
     
  • Age limit:
    Under 21 years old
     
  • Training
    MCA students receive academic training for their high school diploma, as well as career training for job skills.
     
  • Application:
    Apply directly at MCA:

    Phone:
    (405) 595-4303 or 595-4301
    Walk-in: Metro Career Academy
    1700 Staton Drive
    Oklahoma City, OK 73111
    For more information visit: http://www.metrotech.edu/individuals/high-school-students/metro_career_a...

How do I receive a GED?

  • Academic Center Labs 
    Metro Tech has instructor-led computer labs to help you prepare for the High School Equivalency exam. Classes are open-entry so you can work at your own pace.
     
  • Cost: $45 per month
     
  • Times: 8A-12N and 5-9P.
     
  • Location:
    South Bryant Campus (SBC)
     4901 S. Bryant
    Oklahoma City, OK 73129
     
  • Enrollment: (405) 595-4678          

For more information visit: http://www.metrotech.edu/course-programs/education-training/academic-cen...

Registrar:  Transcripts may be requested from the Registrar.

Contact: Registrar Linda Ford
1900 Springlake Drive
Oklahoma City, OK 73111

linda.ford@metrotech.edu
(405) 595-4433           

         For more information:

Student Services
(405) 595-4678

1900 Springlake Drive
Oklahoma City, OK 73111

  • Full-time Programs: Metro Tech only requires assessment tests for enrolling in full-time programs. Assessments are not required for short-term or online courses.
     
  • Type of Tests:  Accuplacer test is required for all full-time programs. Some programs may require additional testing.
     
  • Practice Guides:  www.metrotech.edu/individuals/everyone/test-preparation
  • Test Times: Monday-Friday, 8A-2:30P
     
  • Test Location: Student Services

1900 Springlake Drive
Oklahoma City, OK 73111

For more information:
(405) 595-4678
www.metrotech.edu/individuals/adult/meet-with-career-advisor

  • Full-time Programs: Completion times vary per training program and course, as well as the pace that you put into the training. Typically a 1200 hour course attended full-time takes about 10 months to complete and 20 months if attended part-time. www.metrotech.edu/programs
     
  • Short-term courses:  May take one hour to complete or 4 months for a course held a couple of nights a week. www.metrotech.edu/individuals/adults/short-term-courses