Consumer Information


Mid-America Technology Center offers over 27 full-time career majors and numerous adult and career development courses in the evening that represent many of the high-demand trades in the region.  It is our mission, “To enrich economic growth by providing quality education and training.”

Located at the top of this page you will find the Consumer Information Guide.

Contents of the guide include information on the following:

  • Facilities-including name, location, square footage,  faculty and programs
  • Entities that License and Accredit
  • Rights and Responsibilities of Recipients including Family Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
  • Student Services Available:

Description of Special Services and Facilities for Disabled Students

Assessment Center

Dropout Recovery (GED)

Academic Enhancement

Counseling Services

College Services

  • Financial Assistance Available Including the Following:

Title IV Programs including Basic Eligibility Requirements, Definitions, Application Procedures,

Eligibility  Requirements, Criteria for Selection and Methods and Frequency of Disbursements

Definition of a Regular Student

How to Apply for Federal Student Aid

How Need is Determined including Federal Needs Analysis, Use of Professional Judgment and

Institutional Costs & NetPrice Calculator

Academic Year Definition – 900 clock hours/26 weeks

Other Programs Available Including Scholarships, Sponsorships and Veterans Educational Assistance

Satisfactory Progress including How to Maintain Eligibility, Transfer Students, Withdrawals or

Incompletes and Repeating Coursework

  • Institutional Information – including School Refund Policy, Return of Title IV Funds Refund Policy, Period of Enrollment, Overpayments and Post-Withdrawal Disbursements
  • Verification Policies and Procedures for Recipients of Title IV Financial Aid
  • Drug and Alcohol Policies, Programs Available and Penalties for Violations
  • Student Completion, Graduation, Placement, Retention Rates & Diversity
  • Campus Security including Crime Statistics for Criminal Offenses, Hate Crimes and Arrests for the following:  Murder, Negligent Manslaughter, Sex Offenses, Robbery, Aggravated Assault, Burglary, Motor Vehicle Theft, Arson, and referrals for disciplinary actions, including:  liquor law violations, and weapons possession, hate crimes, including:  number and type, larceny-theft, assault, intimidation, vandalism, dating violence, domestic violence and stalking
  • Emergency Response and Evacuation Procedures, Whistleblower Protection, Disciplinary Proceedings and Violence Against Women
  • Copyright Infringement and Peer to Peer File Sharing Policies
  • Textbook Information & Opt Out Policies
  • Constitution Day and Voter Registration
  • Gainful Employment
  • Vaccination Policies
  • Scholarship/Financial Aid Fraud
  • NSLDS & Loans
  • Misrepresentation
  • Return to Title IV Worksheets and Sample Calculations
  • Expected Family Contribution (EFC) Formula
  • Validity of High School Diploma/GED
  • Student Complaint to State Accrediting Agency (Oklahoma Dept. of Career & Tech Ed)
  • Consumer Information Disclosures at a Glance

For more information regarding Consumer Information or for a hard copy of the Consumer Information Guide, contact Melinda Simpson, Financial Aid Coordinator in the Health Building at ext. 7609.