Admissions (Financial Aid)

Adult Enrollment

To begin your enrollment process follow these steps:

  1. Call or visit with a Career Advisor at Mid-Del Technology to obtain an MDTC application, financial aid information and a career interest inventory.  MDTC Career Advisors: Abbey Charlow, [email protected], 405-739-1707 ext. 6320; Curtis Pratt, [email protected], 405-739-1707 ext. 6357
  2. Fill out a Federal Application for Student Financial Aid (FASFA) at studentaid.ed.gov/sa/fafsa. MDTC’s FASFA school code is: 031984.
    For further financial aid information call Dale Henthorn at (405)739-1707, [email protected] or Tina Murphy, at (405) 739-1707 ext. 6323, [email protected].
  3. Sign up for the Competency assessment test in the Mid-Del Technology Center Adult Education office or call (405) 739-1712. The Competency testing cost is $25.00 payable on the date the prospective student is scheduled to take the Competency test.
  4. Prospective students need to make a non-refundable instructional deposit fee of $100.00 to reserve a “seat” in a class.
  5. Once the prospective student has taken the Competency test, the prospective student will meet with Dale Henthorn or Tina Murphy to discuss financial aid.
Abbey Charlow

Career Advisor
Abbey Charley
(405) 739-1707 ext. 6320
[email protected]

Curtis Pratt

Career Advisor
Curtis Pratt
(405) 739-1707 ext. 6357
[email protected]

Tina Murphy

Financial Aid Coordinator
Tina Murphy
(405) 739-1707 ext. 6323
[email protected]

Financial Aid Programs

In today’s ever changing economy, education is more important than ever and for those who qualify, financial resources are available to help you succeed.  Adult students, who meet certain criteria, may receive aid through Pell Grants, Vocational Rehabilitation, Veterans Education Benefits, and American Indian Training/Employment Programs.

The following programs of assistance are available at Mid-Del Technology Center:

Contact

Tina Murphy [email protected]; 405.739.1707 ext. 6323

Net Price Calculator

This calculator will provide a preliminary estimate of federal and institutional aid eligibility. The estimates are based on the award policies of the 2012-2013 academic year and are subject to change. In order to use the calculator, you will need information about your income, taxes and some other financial obligations.