Dear Future Student,
Welcome to the Medina County Career Center (MCCC), a regional hub of Adult Education serving Medina and surrounding counties. Our MCCC Adult Education programs prepare students for the job market by helping them upgrade existing skills, or prepare for new careers. We also offer advanced training in health technologies, industrial technologies, public safety services and more.
We are proud to serve the needs of business, industry and the local economy through public-private partnerships. Many area companies contract with MCCC to enhance employee skills in a variety of areas including industrial trades and customized computer training.
Unsure what program is for you? Call 330-725-8461 for more information. We look forward to helping you start your new career.
Peggy Reeves, Director
Adult & Continuing Education
Ohio Board of Regents: Transfer Assurance Guide (TAG) Approved Courses
Approved TAG courses and their associated credit hours are guaranteed to transfer and apply toward the specific major at any of Ohio’s public colleges and universities. Review current MCCC courses guaranteed to transfer.
General Information and Admission for Part-Time/Career Enhancement Classes
Medina County Career Center Adult Education Division is accredited by the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education, 7840 Roswell Road, Building 300, Suite 325, Atlanta, GA 30350, Telephone: 770-396-3898 / Fax: 770-396-3790. All of our Career Development Programs provide you with a strong foundation. A variety of classroom, laboratory, independent studies, and clinical experiences are offered to promote knowledge, skill and confidence in the chosen field.
Books are extra and never included in the tuition fee unless specified. Books may be purchased at time of registration or on the first night of class.
Certificate of Completion
Certificates of Completion will be issued to students with 80% attendance and who meet minimum skill competency and grade requirements.
The Medina County Career Center reserves the right to cancel, postpone or combine courses before or on the first night of class. Courses that do not attain the required minimum enrollment may be canceled.
Admission is open to anyone 16 years or older (unless otherwise noted) regardless of educational background. Students in a full-time high school must have the permission of their home district and the Director of Adult and Continuing Education. Approval for admission is determined by the merits of each case. The Medina County Career Center does not accept credit for experiential learning.
Financial aid is available to those who qualify.
The Medina County Career Center is fully handicapped accessible including physically impaired automatic access doors at both the front and rear entrances. Handicapped restroom facilities on each floor and an elevator at the northeast entrance of the building.
Non-Sufficient Fund Checks
Any check, regardless of the amount, returned to the Medina County Career Center for insufficient funds will be given to the proper authorities and an additional $25 charge will be assessed to cover the cost of bank charges.
Refund Policy/Part-Time Classes
Refunds will be issued under the following circumstances:
- Full refunds will be issued when a class is canceled by the Adult Education Department, or fees may be applied to another class.
- Refunds must be requested before the class begins or before the beginning of the second scheduled class for a pro-rated refund. A $10 fee is deducted from the amount of each refund. A $100 fee is deducted from the amount of each refund for classes requiring a $100 deposit.
- Books and supplies are not refundable.
Due to the fact that Adult Education classes are self-supporting, refund policies will be strictly enforced. Refund checks due students who are eligible will be issued from the Treasurer’s Office. Refunds will be mailed within five weeks after the beginning of the class. However, every attempt will be made to process refunds at the earliest date possible.
Registration and Fees
Adult and Continuing Education classes are self-supporting with all tuition fees applied to the total operation of the Adult Program. A $10 non-refundable registration fee has been included in the tuition fee for each class regardless of cost. For those program requiring a $100 deposit, a $100 non-refundable registration fee has been included in the tuition fee. Registration may be done in person, by phone, mail, internet, or fax. Mail registrations must be accompanied by full tuition and lab fees where required. Fees may be paid by cash, check, money order, MasterCard or VISA, or DiscoverCard.
Students are required to equip themselves with the necessary protective clothing and safety glasses and to adhere to all school and shop regulations. Certain risks may be involved in each course described herein. Students who do not have proper safety equipment as deemed by the course instructor will not be permitted to engage in activities which will put them at risk. The Medina County Career Center shall not be liable for any losses or injury, whatsoever, to persons or property arising from enrollment in any course described herein. By registering for a course, the registrant acknowledges the assumption of those risks and releases the Medina County Career Center from any liability whatsoever. Specific courses or activities may require registrants to sign a separate waiver of liability and release. Students enrolled in courses offered through the Adult Education Division are subject to the Medina County Career Center regulations and policies including those pertaining to student conduct and discipline.
When school is closed due to inclement weather, television stations 3 (WKYC) and 5 (WEWS) are our official TV stations. It is also broadcast on 8 (Fox) and many radio stations which are associated with the TV stations.
The Medina County Career Center is a smoke-free environment.
Withdrawals and Refunds
Registration does not automatically carry with it the right of a refund or reduction of indebtedness in cases of inability to attend class or in cases of withdrawal. The student assumes the risk of all changes in business or personal affairs.
CT2 Career Technical College Credit
MCCC now offers college credit (semester or quarter hours) after successful completion of select training programs. These credits can be transferred to any state-supported Ohio college or institution of higher education. Look for the courses marked CT2.
The Medina County Career Center is always looking for new, exciting and innovative class offerings. If you are an instructor and would like to speak to us about your program being offered through the Career Center, please contact us at 330-725-8461 or 866-896-6222.