grade of “D” is not considered satisfactory in technical courses in the Health Technologies area. 3.
For all courses, earn a grade of “C” or better for any required prerequisite or sequential course of the curriculum. You are not permitted to enroll in any course for which you have received a grade of “D,” “F,” “I,” or “U” in the required prerequisite course.
Earn credit points totaling at least twice the number of credit hours attempted at MTC for which calculable grades (“A,” “B,” “C,” “D,” or “F”) are given. This includes a requirement of a 2.0 average in your technical courses.
Satisfactorily meet all additional college and curricular requirements for the degree involved.
File an application for the degree in accordance with rules under "Graduation: Application and Participation" in this handbook.
If you are enrolled in a Health Technologies area, you must earn a grade of “C” or better in all required courses.
To obtain a certificate from MTC, you must comply with requirements 2 through 8 above.
Marion Technical College prohibits sexual harassment of its employees and students. It is a violation of this college policy and of federal/state law for any employee or student to harass another employee or student, or to condone such conduct by any employee, student, or third party. A violation of this policy may result in disciplinary action up to and including dismissal or other action as appropriate. It is everyone’s responsibility to maintain a discrimination- and harassment-free work and educational atmosphere. Consensual romantic and sexual relationships between supervisors and their employees or between instructors and their adult students are strongly discouraged. Any consensual romantic and sexual relationship between employees and minor students (under age 18), under Ohio Revised Code Section 2907.03(A)(8), is a third degree felony and is strictly prohibited.
Reporting Process Students who have a complaint or concern about possible sexual harassment of any student in connection with incidents they have experienced, or of which they are aware, are required to report such complaint or concern immediately to the Civil Rights Compliance Coordinator (Title IX-Section 504 Coordinator). Although students and parents may choose to discuss the concern or complaint with a professor, administrator, or peer, such a report does not fulfill this reporting requirement, nor should those people conduct investigations.
Graduation: Application and Participation To apply for graduation, you must meet with your academic advisor to make sure that you have met all degree or certificate requirements; and, fulfill all prior financial obligations and federal loan program requirements. Petitions are to be completed and submitted online through the College Website according to the published timeline for each term. Fall Term = November 15 Spring Term = January 15 Summer Term = July 15
Retaliation against an employee or student because of a report under this policy or participation in an investigation is prohibited and may result in disciplinary action up to and including dismissal. Employees and students are required to timely report allegations of retaliation to: Civil Rights Compliance Coordinator Teresa Parker 1467 Mt. Vernon Ave., Marion, OH 43302 740.389.4636, ext. 201
Upon receipt of the petition, all students’ academic records are reviewed to verify completion of degree requirements and eligibility. Students who have not completed requirements or who owe the college any monies are notified by the Office of Student Records of their ineligibility to graduate.
Hazardous/Infectious Materials Management
If you complete your degree requirements during summer or fall term, you may participate in the subsequent spring graduation ceremony.
In order to safeguard students, instructors, maintenance, and cleaning personnel, the Hazardous/Infectious Materials Management Policy #160 (available from the President's Office) will be followed. This policy complies with OSHA and Center for Disease Control regulations.
Students who do not meet graduation requirements must complete a new petition upon fulfilling the requirements.
Help Desk Forgot your login name and password? Need help with your student e-mail account? Contact the Help Desk at email@example.com or 740.389.4636 x 288.
All students participating in the spring ceremony are required to wear a black cap and gown, which can be purchased at the campus bookstore.
Individual Investigation and Special Topics
Graduating with Honors If you graduate with an outstanding cumulative GPA, you will have the following academic distinction noted on your diploma and official transcript: Summa Cum Laude (3.90-4.00), Magna Cum Laude (3.70-3.8999), Cum Laude (3.50-3.6999).
Through Individual Investigation and Special Topics courses, you may participate in advanced or interdisciplinary studies, special projects, research activities, or field experiences not otherwise offered in your program curriculum. As the course titles imply, a student approved for such courses must be capable of independent, self-disciplined study with less instructor supervision and guidance than is provided in most courses. If you are interested in enrolling in an individual investigation or special topics course, you must meet with your academic advisor who will discuss with you whether the course will fit into your program course requirements, and how to complete the necessary Individual Investigation Form and plan of study.
Harassment/Discrimination (The complete Policy #141 is available to you in the President’s Office or Human Resources Office). Marion Technical College’s policy against sex discrimination and harassment is applicable to discrimination and harassment on all bases protected by law, such as race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, military status, or sexual orientation.