The information below provides an overview of Mid Florida Technological Institute’s undergraduate admissions requirements for earning one of our undergraduate degrees. Additionally, you’ll find details about special requirements for certain programs and types of applicants. You can find more specific details about college admissions requirements and the admissions process in our academic catalog.
To be granted admission to the Mid Florida Technical Institute a prospective student must interview with a MFTI Admissions Advisor and complete an application for admission. In addition, all other general and specific admission requirements must be met, including those regarding age, prior education, and evaluation of proficiency in the basic and prerequisite skills needed for college-level work.
Each applicant for either an online or on campus education must be at least 18 years of age on the first day of classes.
Each applicant must have earned one of the following educational credentials from a MFTI recognized organization: a high school diploma or equivalent, a General Educational Development (GED®) certificate, or a post-secondary degree or professional degree. The diploma or other acceptable documentation of the applicant's educational achievement must be provided for the student's file by the end of registration unless MFTl grants an extension. An official high school transcript (or equivalent documentation) with the high school graduation date, an official GED® transcript with the content scores and an indicator that the student passed the GED® test, or an official college transcript (or equivalent documentation) with the grade point average (GPA) and, if applicable, the graduation date must be provided for the student’s file by the end of the second session of enrollment.
Prior educational performance is considered in conjunction with demonstrated proficiency in college-level skills to determine admissibility. MFTI grants admission to individuals whose prior educational performance meets the criteria outlined below. Applicants whose prior educational performance does not meet these criteria must complete the college-level skills evaluation and demonstrate specific basic skill levels in order to be granted admission. All applicants must complete college-level skills evaluation through standard means prior to starting classes, to determine appropriate initial course placement.
Applicants are accepted if they meet at least one of the following criteria:
Applicants must show evidence of college-level skills appropriate to the chosen program in at least one of the following ways: