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Contact Info:
State: Wisconsin
City: Madison
Street: 3550 Anderson Street
ZIP: 53704
Phone: (608) 246-6100
 Serves: Worldwide
 Enrollment: twice a year
 Financial Aid: Yes
 Scholarships: Yes
Madison Area Technical College (MATC) provides accessible, high quality instruction and technical experience to meet the needs of its students, community and area employers.
MATC The Madison Area Technical College has earned a solid reputation for high quality, practical and affordable education. Madison College provides top, hands-on training for more than 140 careers.
Small class sizes, dedicated instructors, and personalized attention are hallmarks of the Madison College experience. With an average class size of 20, your instructors can actually know you by name.

-    Choose a program.
-    Complete an application (online, paper application).
-     Submit your official high school transcripts. If you are currently in high school, you should also complete the High School Counselor Form.
-    Check the program information for your degree program to see if there are any other admission requirements and complete them.
After your application is submitted, you will be contacted by the Enrollment Center and/or a representative of your program about the next steps in the process.

Financial Aid
Financial Aid is available to students enrolled in an eligible associate degree, college transfer or technical diploma program whose enrollment status is at least half-time. The college offers federal and state financial aid, including grants, loans and student employment. The Madison College Foundation also provides scholarships from private donors to assist students.

It is important to know that available funds are limited. State and federal funding is tentative at the time awards are made. The college cannot guarantee substitute awards if any anticipated outside sources of aid do not materialize. Financial aid awards will be amended if a student receives scholarships or any other type of educational assistance and the additional funding results in an over-award. Financial aid awards will be amended if a studentís eligibility is based on incorrect information on the financial aid form. Students may not receive financial aid funds from more than one school at a time. Federal regulations prohibit the College from awarding financial aid to students enrolled in certain courses and programs   including certificates, apprenticeships, audited courses, personal enrichment, basic skills, GED, ESL, developmental or remedial courses, Youth Options and most programs less than one year in length.

Career Services
Advising and Career Resources has friendly staff to facilitate the academic and career success of Madison College students, alumni, and prospective students. Students may find help with choosing a career or program and finding employment at ACR, including assistance with choosing a career direction, help with resume and cover letter writing, and job search strategies, borrowing career books or computer and video/DVD resources.



Programs offered by this school:
Associate in Applied Science in Administrative Assisting
Certificate Program in Microsoft Office Specialist