Moore Norman Technology Center


Located in Norman, Oklahoma, Moore Norman Technology Center (MNTC) was established in 1972. This public career and technology education center is a part of the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education system. MNTC is accredited by the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement, the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education, and the Oklahoma State Department of Education. The Long Term programs of the institute have been accredited by various national and state organizations.

MNTC offers over 30 career programs in the areas of business, management administration and computer technology, architecture and construction, arts, audio-video technology and communications, health science, human services, information technology, manufacturing, marketing, sales and service, and transportation. Students are also offered the option of online courses. The institute was awarded the Oklahoma Quality Award in 2007. It has also been the winner of six Gold Star School Awards from the Oklahoma Association of Technology Centers.

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Admission Success rate N/A
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Retention (full-time / part-time) 49% / 40%
Enrollment Total (all students) 1,686


MNTC offers enrollment to recent high school graduates as well as adult students. Applicants need to submit the completed enrollment application form by the 3rd week of February. Apart from this, prospective students need to appear for an interview with a technology representative of MNTC. In certain cases, they may also be required to complete the ACT PLAN or COMPASS entrance test, as well as the OKCIS career interest inventory. In addition, students need to pay an application fee and also present a high school transcript, GED or diploma certificate.


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Financial Aid

Financial resources are available to help students at MNTC complete their education. MNTC generally provides financial aid to students with a zero Expected Family Contribution towards their educational cost. High school graduates or GED recipients seeking financial help can apply for the MNTC CareerTech Scholarship. Additionally, students may be eligible for federal aid like the Pell Grant and the Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant.

Eligible students can also apply for the Oklahoma Tuition Aid Grant, Federal Work Study Program, MNTC Foundation Scholarship, CareerTech Scholarship, and the Otha Grimes Scholarship. In addition, there are special scholarships and awards like the Automotive Service Technology Business & Education Council Scholarship, Executive Women International Scholarship, Cox Connects Foundation Scholarship, Betty Smith Memorial Norman Regional Hospital Foundation scholarship, Michael Walls’ Scholarship, Nancy Liner Scholarship, Native American Scholarship, OAMCTE Renae Washington & Lorine Dubose Memorial Scholarship, and OkACTE/SND Casy Cundiff Outstanding Student Award.

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MNTC operates the Franklin Road Campus and the 65-acre South Penn Campus. The Franklin Road Campus houses six buildings that include classrooms, laboratories, and conference rooms. In addition, the campus is home to an industry training center, a health education center, a carpentry/woodworking building, and a pond. At the South Penn Campus, there is an Education Center, a Business Development Center, a Conference Center, an Academic Resource Center, as well as an on-site café.

The student body at MNTC comprises high school students, full-time adult students, business owners, working adults, and senior citizens. More than 1,000 students enroll in this institute every year, constituting almost equal numbers of high school and adult students.

MNTC sponsors a number of clubs and organizations. Students are members of associations like the Health Occupations Students of America, Business Professionals of America, DECA/DEX, and SkillsUSA. The institute also hosts the Moore Norman Chapter of the National Technical Honor Society. In addition, there is a Leadership Club for students suffering from hearing and speech disabilities.

The institute organizes various kinds of student workshops. The Summer Youth Academy is a program created for children in the 9-16 age group. It gives these children the opportunity to explore programs that are generally not a part of their regular school curriculum.

MNTC students can also take advantage of employment services. Program instructors and the Employment Advisor provide assistance in the fields of resume development, cover letter writing, mock interviews, and portfolio preparation.

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