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Miller-Motte College prepares students for career-focused employment by delivering relevant career training. Objectives 1. To provide an educational environment that promotes the relationship between career preparation and employment opportunities. To recruit and retain qualified instructors who are effective in the classroom and knowledgeable of current industry trends.
To graduate students who are prepared to enter their chosen career. To assist graduates in becoming gainfully employed in their chosen career field.
To maintain an organizational model that is responsive to its constituents. For over three-quarters of a century, Miller-Motte has been a reputable leader in private career education.
The school provided the local legal community with a small training center for courtroom stenographers. In , a branch campus was opened in Clarksville, Tennessee.
Due to expansion, a new facility was built, and in , the Clarksville campus moved to a new location at Business Park Drive. In , the Clarksville Campus applied for, and was granted, stand-alone accreditation through the Association of Independent Colleges and Schools.
During this time, the Clarksville campus was re-designated as the main campus, and the Wilmington Campus became a branch campus. The college continued to operate under the Phillips Business College name until the late 's when, through a change in ownership, the school became a member of the Miller-Motte family of colleges.
In October of , to accommodate the growing student population, the Wilmington campus moved to Market Street. During the past 20 years, the colleges have added several key programs that have served the needs of the business and health care communities and provided even better employment opportunities for their graduates.
Miller-Motte College and Miller-Motte Technical College are in a continual process of reviewing, assessing, and revising their curriculum in order to keep pace with improvements in technology and the increasing needs of business and industry.
Facilities Miller-Motte College — Cary at Walnut Street includes labs and clinic rooms designed with the equipment, supplies, and storage necessary to support the teaching, observation, practical application, and assessment of student learning outcomes.
The campus provides secure, high-speed wireless connectivity. Medical laboratories are arranged to provide simulated working environment.
Medical equipment is reflective of work environments and provides students with the opportunity to learn on equipment they will encounter in the workplace. Our Massage Therapy and Esthetics Technology clinic rooms and waiting area are designed to look and feel like a spa. The building is comprised of approximately 28, square feet and supports the educational programs by providing both classroom and laboratory settings.
The clinic hallway includes eight Massage Therapy treatment rooms, one couples massage room, six Esthetics treatment rooms, a hydrotherapy room and a clean laundry storage room. The clinic waiting area and a student clinic documentation area is located at the front of the building.
The laundry room with two commercial washers and dryers is located across the hall at the end of the clinic hallway. The building includes ten other offices, an instructor workstation area with computers and phones, a conference room, a print shop, a file room, two server rooms, two storage rooms, a career services area with four cubicles, and an admissions area with 12 cubicles.
Payment periods will vary depending on a students selected program of study i. The student-teacher ratio will generally not exceed in theory classes and in laboratory classes.
The student-teacher ratio for the Surgical Technology program will generally not exceed in laboratory classes. The student-teacher ratio for the Esthetics Technology program will generally not exceed for all lecture and clinic courses.
The student-teacher ratio for the Massage Therapy program will generally not exceed Tuition Bond The Cary Campus maintains a Tuition Guaranty Bond equal to or greater than the maximum amount of prepaid unearned tuition held existing at any time during the most recent fiscal year.
The Cary Campus will fulfill its contractual obligations to its students. Applications for admission are accepted throughout the year. Refer to the academic calendar for the exact starting dates. General Admissions Requirements The admission procedure requires an exchange of information between the applicant and an Admissions Representative either on campus or by remote representatives.
High school applicants are encouraged to be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.
In addition, applicants who plan to enter a program must meet the following admission requirements: Complete the SmarterMeasure Learning Readiness Indicator see Assessments section for further information. Must meet a minimum score of 18 or higher.
If an applicant fails to meet the necessary score for admission, the applicant may be re-tested using an alternate test form and taking the test timed as before.
There is no limit to the number of times an applicant may be re-tested. Entrance evaluation may be waived for applicants holding an Associate Degree or higher. Applicants enrolling in short-term career training programs may have different admissions requirements.
Prior Education Requirement Each applicant must have earned one of the following educational credentials from a Miller-Motte College recognized organization: a high school diploma or equivalent or a General Educational Development GED certificate.
Students must obtain a minimum score of on the Verbal section, on the Quantitative section, OR a minimum of for the composite score. If the student does not pass on the first attempt, the student may have one additional attempt to earn a passing score.
Acceptance All material submitted to Miller-Motte College becomes the property of the school.
To be officially accepted, a student must satisfy all conditions of regular enrollment that are identified in writing to the student. Admitted students who are discovered to have misrepresented their criminal conviction history in the application process may be subject to immediate dismissal.
Similarly, students who commit certain types of crimes while enrolled may be subject to immediate dismissal. The school reserves the right to conduct criminal background checks on applicants and students in circumstances deemed appropriate.
Students with a criminal background are responsible for inquiring with the appropriate agencies about current requirements prior to enrolling in the program of their choice.
Students who refuse to submit may be unable to continue in their academic programs and may also be ineligible for employment in their career fields. Vaccinations The school does not require that students provide proof of vaccinations as a condition of enrollment or graduation.
However, externship or clinical sites, particularly hospitals and other medical facilities, may have additional vaccination requirements. These requirements may vary by externship or clinical site but typically include the following: Tuberculosis test PPD or chest X-ray with report administered no more than one year prior to initiation of training Documentation of two rubeola, one rubella and one mumps vaccinations or positive titers Documentation of two varicella vaccines or positive varicella serology titer Evidence of Hepatitis B vaccination or declination as required by the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens standard Tetanus within past 10 years Flu vaccination if externing between October-March Urine drug screening Students are required to comply with any additional vaccination requirements of these sites and provide proof of vaccination to the school.
If the student does not provide vaccination records for an externship or clinical site that requires proof, the school will work with the student to find another site where possible but this may lead to the inability to complete the externship element.
The Education Department will review any additional criteria of an externship site. Assessments As part of the initial enrollment process, the school requires completion of the SmarterMeasure Learning Readiness Indicator entrance assessment.
The SmarterMeasure assessment measures student readiness to engage in postsecondary learning based on non-cognitive indicators of success. The school uses the results of the assessment to determine the type of support that will be most beneficial to the student throughout the program of study.
Applicants are required to complete the Technical Competency, Technical Knowledge and Learning Styles sections prior to acceptance. For applicants enrolling into the Surgical Technology program at the Miller-Motte College campus, the school also requires another entrance examination, the Wonderlic Scholastic Level Examination SLE prior to enrollment.
An applicant who has previously completed a degree will not be required to take the SLE if the applicant shows evidence of degree completion in the form of an official transcript prior to enrollment.
An applicant who does not provide evidence of having completed a degree will be required to take the SLE. Equal Educational Opportunity a. Miller-Motte College declares and affirms a policy of equal employment opportunity, equal educational opportunity, and nondiscrimination in the provision of educational services to the public.
The school will make all decisions regarding recruitment, hiring, promotion, and all other terms and conditions of employment without discrimination on grounds of race, color, creed or religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, genetic information or other factors which cannot lawfully be the basis for an employment decision.