Student applications are accepted without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, disability, sexual orientation or status as a parent of the applicant.
- Applicants must be at least 18 years old. (Exceptions may be granted for dual enrollment students.)
- Applicants must present evidence of good health, good character, dedication to learning, ability to carry prescribed work-load, and sufficient ambition and energy to take advantage of the training offered by the college.
- A regular high school diploma with supporting transcript or a state approved equivalency test or GED is required.
- Applicants enrolling for admission in degree or diploma programs are required to take an admission test. The test includes basic English and math skills necessary for success in Moore Tech’s programs.
- Moore Tech has a student Drug Testing Policy which is a condition of enrollment. Applicants applying for degree or diploma programs must agree to and sign the Drug Testing Policy and submit it with their application.
- Applicants applying for degree or diploma programs are urged to complete the FAFSA at fafsa.ed.gov prior to enrollment.
- The college performs background checks on all applicants.
Tuition & Financial Aid
- All tuition and fees are due and payable on the first day of each trimester.
- The college offers a payment plan. Contact the Admissions Office for details.
- Books are included in tuition.
- See our Financial Aid link for information concerning applying for Federal Financial Aid, Veteran Educational Benefits, Scholarships or Workforce Investment Network (WIN) funds. Federal Financial Aid (Pell Grant) programs cannot be used for night programs, however most other resources are available to both day and night students if you qualify.
- If you are applying for federal student aid (Pell grants), you must provide the required grant information to the college admissions representative before the start of a term.
- The college does not participate in any type of student loans.