We make access to technology a priority.

In the classroom, students will be exposed to a variety of technology-based learning tools.

Students are encouraged to use the computers located in the Learning Resource Center, room A-07, at any point during normal business hours. Pending availability, students may also request to use one of the many computer labs on campus by contacting the Adult Career Center business office.

MCCTC-PUBLIC WIFI network is open to all students for connection of personal devices.

The Affordable Connectivity Program

The Affordable Connectivity Program is a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) program that provides a temporary $30 subsidy on monthly broadband (internet service) bills for qualifying low-income households.

PCs for People

Ohio households without access to a working computer or internet device are encouraged to register and learn more about how they can request a computer. To be eligible, residents must be below 200 percent of the federal poverty level or enrolled in income-based government assistance programs, such as free or reduced school lunch, Medicaid, or SNAP.

Internet Hotspots(pdf)