Our mission is to provide technical and academic skills to prepare all students for career success in the 21st Century.
Adult Evening Programs
Registration for adult part-time 2020-2021 Advanced Career Education (ACE) programs will begin in July in the main office at MCTEC. Registration will continue in the main office of MCTEC weekdays from 8:30 am – 3 pm. Registration will close when a class is full or before part-time ACE student orientation, whichever occurs first.
Schedule of Courses
Courses are scheduled once per year. Part-time adult ACE classes are held on combinations of Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday evenings between the hours of 5 pm – 9 pm. Class schedules vary depending on the program. Clinical hours may vary slightly. Classes follow the Mercer County Schools calendar regarding holidays, delays, and closures. The MCS calendar is available online at boe.merc.k12.wv.us/.
Students are assessed tuition at the time of registration. All students must purchase or provide the following items as required by the program of study: textbooks, workbooks, supplies, test and certification fees, uniforms, and other personal items as required by occupational fields.
Return Check Fee - $25
Stop Check Fee - $35
Free tutoring services are available. Call the Adult Learning Center at 304-425-7953 or 304-323-2841 for more details.
Certificates of Completion
Certificates are awarded to all individuals that successfully meet all program requirements listing student name, program name, and number of hours completed by student.
Steps for Financial Aid
Fill out the 2021/2022 FAFSA. Make sure you put MCTEC’s school code: 017054
Come in and register for the Evening Program.
At the same time, fill out the application for HEAPS.
(You will need your drivers license for the application.)
As soon as MCTEC receives your Financial Aid Information, you will be contacted THROUGH EMAIL by the Financial Aid Administrator and told whether you have qualified for HEAPS funding.
If there is any additional information that will be needed, you will be contacted and asked to provide the requested information. Please remember to check your email to prevent any delays.
HEAPS Funding for Evening Programs
Adult Evening and Community programs participate in part-time HEAPS adult funding for those who qualify based on their FAFSA.
In order to apply for HEAPS, you must complete the FAFSA online at https://fafsa.ed.gov/.
You can then fill out a HEAPS application at the school, and once your aid is processed you will be contacted by the Adult Evening Coordinator to let you know if you are approved.
Things that may hold up your HEAPS application:
- Not signing your FAFSA. Until your FAFSA has been signed by you (and your parents if necessary), your information is not released to MCTEC. Please make sure to sign your FAFSA when finished.
- Listing no income, government support, or money paid by others for you during the year on your FAFSA. If you did not file taxes in 2017, and you list that you had no income during 2017 and do not list that you received any type of government assistance, you will be selected for verification by Federal Financial Aid. Government assistance will often enable you to receive full Pell, which entitles you to HEAPS. Your approval process can be held up if you do not disclose this type of information when filling out the FAFSA, because you will be asked to contact the Financial Aid Administrator for more information. The more you list on the FAFSA, the quicker your approval process can go.
- If you do not have a college degree when filling out the FAFSA, then do not select “Graduate or Professional” when choosing your level of schooling for 2019-2020. You should only choose this category if you already have a four-year degree.
MCTEC does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, religion, disability, or national origin in employment or educational programs or activities. Inquiries may be referred to Amanda Aliff, Section 504 Coordinator, at Mercer County Schools, 1403 Honaker Avenue, Princeton, WV 24740. Phone 304-487-1551. Lack of English language skills is not a barrier to participation in any course.