Part 1. Definition
Admission refers to a student's initial entrance into Minneapolis Community and Technical College.
Part 2. Admissions
Minneapolis Community and Technical College has an open door rolling admission policy.
The basic requirement is a high school diploma or GED certificate. Applicants must also be at least 15 years of age to be eligible for admission.
A person who has neither a high school diploma nor a GED certificate may be admitted if, at the discretion of the College and in accordance with federal regulations, that person can demonstrate potential for being a successful college student. The college will determine that potential based on a combination of the results of a personal interview, test scores and other records of previous academic achievement (if available).
International applicants and high school students attending under the Postsecondary Enrollment Options (PSEO)program must meet additional requirements in order to be admitted.
Admission to Minneapolis College does not guarantee admission to college-level courses or entry into specific programs.
Part 3. Appeal
Individuals who are denied admissions on the basis of the above requirements may appeal that denial to the vice president of student affairs.
Date of Adoption: 7/1/1999
Date of Implementation (if different from from adoption date):
Date of Last Review: 7/12/1999
Date and Subject of Revisions: