Admissions

Admissions

Millennium Training Institute's admissions process is designed to be simple and comfortable for you.

For the cost of tuition and class schedules, click here.

Getting started is easy, either complete an online admissions application and an Admissions Representative will call you, or call us directly at 1-888-388-9981 and ask to speak with an Admissions Representative. Admission is open to all qualified applicants. No qualified person will be excluded from enrollment based on age, race, gender, disability, or national origin.

Your second step is to schedule an appointment to tour our school and meet with one of our Admissions Representatives. During your visit, you will receive in-depth information about our training programs.  Our representatives will answer any questions you may have in order to assist you in determining which program is best suited for you and will help you achieve your career goals.

Next you will be introduced to one of our Financial Aid Representatives to discuss paying for your tuition, and that we have made easy.  We have Federal financial aid options available for those that qualify.  If you can't pay tuition in full, don't worry! Payment plans are available. If you are employed, your employer may also offer tuition reimbursement.  Make sure to check with the human resource department of your employer to see if they offer funding for attendance at MTI.

Once you've made the decision to attend Millennium Training Institute, the last step is to complete and sign your enrollment agreement and required paperwork.  Some of our programs have specific admission requirements, as outlined in our school catalog.  During the enrollment process you will receive a copy of MTI's school catalog detailing our policies and procedures. Remember our programs have a maximum occupancy and fill up quickly, so enroll as early as possible.  The sooner you complete the enrollment process, the better your chance of securing a seat in the program you desire.

Admissions Requirements

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 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 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.

Admissions Procedures

To apply for admissions, applicants should complete an online application or schedule an appointment for a personal interview and to tour the facilities.  During the entrance interview, prospective students discuss their individual career goals and objectives with an Admissions Representative.  The Admissions Representative will work with the applicant to complete a General Information (GI) form and entrance assessment by means of an English and Math Level M TABE test. The Admissions Representative will review training program details pertaining to the prospective student's program of choice to include, but not be limited to, course content, program schedule, program length, projected start dates and projected completion dates.

All applicants will be taken on a tour of the facility during the visit. The Admissions representative will introduce the applicant to the Financial Aid Officer who will work with the applicant to determine potential payment methods for their program of choice.  Once the funding source(s) has been determined, the Admissions Representative will complete the enrollment process and review the Enrollment Agreement and Satisfactory Progress Form with the applicant to insure all sections are properly completed and thoroughly understood.  The candidate will sign and initial these documents indicating acknowledgement of the terms of the enrollment. A School Director will review the assessment and the application and then notify the applicant of the status of his/her admission to the school. Candidates who do not meet the admissions requirements and are not accepted to the program will be advised accordingly.