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BOOKS, TOOLS, SUPPLIES
Students who enroll need to prepare for some initial expenses at the start of the term. Books, supplies, and tools will be required for all classes. Students may purchase required books through the online bookstore. If your program requires tools, you can order your tools online at mtc-campus-store.square.site. Students may purchase tools from sources other than the school provided they meet the standards of the department. Students are expected to have a complete set of tools available during all laboratory classes.
Some Mitchell Tech programs require a laptop computer so that students can effectively integrate computing skills with their technical education. Many resources that instructors assign are online or require specialty software. To address these needs, Mitchell Tech requires students entering a laptop program to purchase their laptop computer online at MitchellTech.TextbookX.com.
Student computer requirements are set by program. To determine laptop requirements, please check with the Mitchell Tech program of interest.
The facilities of Mitchell Technical College are modern and up-to-date. Students must take proper care of equipment and respect the property of others. Students will be required to pay for school property that they have lost or damaged. Theft of property will be referred to the appropriate authorities.
Mitchell Technical College does not assume responsibility for loss of or damage to personal property of students.
LOST AND FOUND
Any items found in the school should be turned in to an administrative office area. Lost articles may be reclaimed after proper identification.
ILLNESS, ACCIDENTS, OR INJURIES
Accidents, injuries, or illnesses occurring during classroom or laboratory time or during a school-sponsored activity must be reported to an instructor or a college official. Each accident must be reported in writing to the Vice-President of Operations (located in the Business office) within twenty-four (24) hours of the incident. Liability regarding accidents is not assumed by the college. Students who are unsafe workers may be terminated from the program. Mitchell Tech will contact health care personnel when necessary. The expense will be borne by the student.
It is strongly recommended that all students have health insurance. Health insurance must be purchased directly from an insurance carrier.
CHANGE OF ADDRESS/TELEPHONE
Address and telephone number changes must be filed with the Registrar. A Change of Address form is available on the MTC website.
Mitchell Technical College does not forward personal mail received at the college. Please do not use Mitchell Tech as a mailing address.
Each student will be issued a photo identification card. Replacement cards are issued for $30.00.
STUDENT EMAIL ACCOUNTS
Each student will be issued a Mitchell Tech email account for official communication and personal use. Students will be charged $5.00 to change lost or forgotten passwords.
LABORATORY AND CLASSROOM USE
Student use of classrooms and laboratories will only be allowed when a supervisor is present.
All bulletin board items, posters, etc., must be approved by the The Center for Student Success prior to being posted.
Meals are served in the Campus Center for a charge. Students are encouraged to use the Café Cash cashless payment system. Parents are able to load funds into a student's account allowing him or her to make food purchases from the Chef's Café. Deposits in the amount of $500, $250 and $125 may be made. The student makes the purchase with a student ID card. Only the holder of the ID card may use it for Café purchases. Any balance at the end of the fall semester will be transferred to the spring semester. Any balance remaining at the end of the spring semester will be forfeited. Refunds may be issued to students who withdraw from school in the first ten days of the semester in which the Café Cash was purchased. Please stop at the Mitchell Tech Business Office to put money on your Café Cash account.
Students are required to furnish their own transportation to and from school. When training requires students to be off campus, students must make their own transportation arrangements. Students wishing to car pool should contact The Center for Student Success.