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May 19, 2014

MNTC still taking full-time enrollment for fall semester

NORMAN — Although enrollment began earlier this year, Moore Norman Technology Center is still accepting applications for a variety of career-readiness programs that begin in August.

Openings are available for high school or adult students interested in air conditioning and refrigeration, auto collision or auto service technology, electrical and automated industrial systems, precision machining, welding, database administration, and legal office services.

Students enrolled in high school in Moore or Norman also may consider enrolling in Career Exploration Education or Pre-Engineering (juniors only). These two programs are available to high school students only.

Tuition is waived for high school students. Adult students who begin classes prior to their 21st birthday also may be eligible for a full tuition waiver. A one-time resource fee and additional course-related fees may apply. Complete cost information is available by going to mntechnology.com and visiting the career major page of your choice.

To attend MNTC, students must live in the MNTC District comprised of Moore, Norman and south Oklahoma City. Out-of-district students will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

For more information or to schedule an appointment with an MNTC career advisor, call 364-5763 x7260. To explore MNTC online, visit mntechnology.com.

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