We want to make sure you have a great experience when applying to Miller-Motte. To help facilitate your college application process, we developed these five simple steps you can use as your college application checklist.
Meet with a Miller-Motte Admissions Representative.
We have a well-qualified and trained staff of Admissions Representatives who are ready to help you get started. You can set up an appointment to meet with one by calling 888.858.6504
Help Us Get to Know You.
Don’t let the college admissions process intimidate you. We are here to help you every step of the way. When you meet with one of our Admissions Representatives, they will get to know you, your interests and your goals. Then they will help you decide on the best program for you at Miller-Motte.
Meeting the College Admissions Requirements.
Applicants will be required to submit proof of high school graduation or a recognized equivalency certificate (GED). In addition, applicants will be required to take the Smarter Measures entrance assessment. Depending on your program selection, you may also need to take a math assessment and an English assessment.
Complete Your Free Application for Federal Student Aid* (FAFSA).
You can use our Net Price Calculator to discover just how affordable your education could be at Miller-Motte. You also have other great resources available to you. You can meet with a Financial Services Representative who will help you discover your financial aid options. We even have a FAFSA support line with trained representatives who can help you fill out your FAFSA. *Financial aid is available for those who qualify.
Get Registered for New Student Orientation.
Whether you decide to start your classes in the spring, summer, fall or winter, we will hold a New Student Orientation for all new incoming students. During this orientation, you will get to know the Miller-Motte campus, our instructors and be able to meet students, both current and new, just like you.
At Miller-Motte we’re committed to supporting our students and ensuring they get the most out of our career training programs. Whether they have just graduated from high school or have been in the workforce for years, we provide our students with resources and personalized services to help them achieve their career goals.
Do you have a career plan? Every student should. Having clearly defined career goals can help you make the most of college. You can network, join clubs and find volunteering opportunities that can help make your resume more appealing to potential employers.
As soon as you enroll in a career training program, you should ask yourself:
These questions can be difficult to answer, so don’t worry if you’re not sure where to begin. Our Admissions Representatives will help you set goals and show you which campus resources and services can help you achieve them.
If you haven’t already, set up a time to meet and discuss your career plan with one of our Admissions Representatives, who can help you determine which career path fits your individual strengths and interests. They will also help you formulate a plan to help you reach your short-term and long-term goals.
Before you graduate, it is important that you attend Miller-Motte’s career development and management seminars. These seminars will teach you the general life skills needed to be successful in your career.
Our seminars aren’t just lectures. They’ll provide you the opportunity to build your career portfolio, write a compelling résumé and practice your interview skills. Many of our programs include these seminars as part of your coursework.
We know that paying for school can be a headache, so we want to make it as easy as possible. We will help you investigate different methods for paying tuition and give advice on your best option.* Whether you take a student loan, apply for scholarships or receive grant funding, we will be there every step of the way. You can even call us for help in filling out your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Just reach out to our FAFSA support line at 866.842.1841.
The programs offered at Miller-Motte are designed so that you learn the skills you’ll need to complete tasks and solve problems you’ll likely encounter in your career. In order to be fully prepared to enter the workforce, you need to understand course topics and do well in your classes. If you need additional assistance, speak to an Instructor about using our tutoring services. We offer to tutor as-needed at no additional charge to help our students get the most out of their education.
There’s no reason to wait any longer. When you call us you will be able to talk to a real person, not a recording, and set up a meeting with an Admissions Representative who will learn more about you and your interests. Together, you will discover which program is the best fit for you. You can call us today at 888.858.6504 or click here to request more information about how you can start on the path to your new career.
*Financial aid is available for those who qualify.