All prospective students are required to take an assessment test prior to gaining admission into Millennium Training Institute. Applicants are required to show proof of having attained a High School diploma or GED and will be assessed by means of MTI’s General Information Form and the English and Math Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE). All prospective Medical students are also required to complete a Criminal Offender Record Information (CORI) consent form in order to determine placement qualification. Students are required to meet or exceed required test score thresholds in order to be considered for enrollment. Additionally, candidates must provide a valid photo ID (license, passport, etc) that will be copied and included in the student’s folder. All prospective students are required to tour the school facility and interview with a representative from Admissions prior to admittance to MTI. Courses previously completed at other institutions will not count as credit toward your MTI Certificate of Completion.
To apply for admission, applicants should contact an Admissions Representative at 1-888-388-9981 or 1-781-933-8877 to schedule an appointment for a personal interview and to tour the facilities. During the entrance interview, prospective students discuss training and funding options with an Admissions Representative, complete a General Information (GI) form and are assessed by means of an English and Math level M TABE test.
Funding options are discussed in detail with the prospective student. Candidates that are members of One Stop Career Centers may qualify for funding provided through the Workforce Investment Act (WIA), Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA), the Department of Transitional Assistance (DTA), National Emergency Grants (NEG) and similarly funded programs. These funding sources allow individuals that are experiencing a separation from employment or extended period of unemployment an opportunity to develop skills necessary to transition into a secure employment opportunity ideally for the long term. Those candidates that enroll in a training program that are also currently collecting Unemployment Insurance (UI) benefits may qualify for a Section 30 benefits extension while in training. The Section 30 extension allows qualifying candidates the opportunity to receive an extension of UI benefits for up until 18 additional weeks beyond their regular UI benefits period or until the end date of their training program, whichever comes first.
Other funding options available to qualifying individuals include Title IV funding in the form of Stafford loans and/or Pell grants. Candidates that wish to apply are required to meet with the school’s Financial Aid Officer and present the previous year’s Federal Tax Return, Social Security Card and an acceptable form of photo identification such as a driver’s license or passport. The Financial Aid Officer will determine the prospective candidate’s eligibility and clearly define the terms associated with these funding options. Once the funding source has been determined, the Admissions Representative will complete the enrollment process and review the Enrollment Agreement and Satisfactory Academic Progress Form with the prospective candidate to insure that all sections are thoroughly understood. The candidate will then sign and initial these documents indicating acknowledgment of the terms of enrollment. A school director reviews the assessments and the application and then notifies the applicant of the status of his/her admission into the school.