Application and testing fees waived during event
For Hub City Times
Mid-State Technical College is offering its popular Destination Registration event this November.
Whether you are already interested in Mid-State or simply want to know how a college education can help you achieve your dream career, this event is designed for you to stop in, get what you need, and be on your way quickly. Destination Registration is beneficial to high school students as well as people already in the workforce that desire additional training or are dreaming of a new career.
The college will be enrolling students for spring semester — classes start Jan. 11, 2016 — and accepting applications for the 2016 fall semester. All Mid-State application and Accuplacer testing fees are waived for anyone attending Destination Registration, saving participants up to $50. Snacks and refreshments are also provided.
Destination Registration will be held at the Marshfield campus on Nov. 9, Wisconsin Rapids campus on Nov. 10, Adams County center on Nov. 11, and Stevens Point campus on Nov. 12. All four events are scheduled from 4:30-7 p.m.
A variety of experts will be on hand to answer questions about financial aid, scholarships, the application process, and registration for classes. Participants can also speak with new student specialists about which of the many Mid-State associate degrees, technical diplomas, and certificates is right for them.
Accuplacer testing is offered at 3 p.m. and 5 p.m. at each location, and Accuplacer review sessions begin 60 minutes prior to each testing session. Mid-State will also offer a voucher for free Accuplacer testing to anyone who arrives after 5 p.m. if they schedule an Accuplacer testing time before they leave.
RSVP is required for this event. Visit mstc.edu for more information about Destination Registration, to RSVP, or to complete a Mid-State application. People wishing to complete their Free Application for Federal Student Aid at Destination Registration should plan to bring their 2014 tax returns. (Bring parent 2014 tax returns if under the age of 24.)