Student Resources

The resources listed in this area will be most helpful to current students. If you are a potential student, feel free to explore the pages in this area to see what is available to students in terms of educational assistance.

If you have questions that aren’t answered through the information contained in this area of our site, give us a call. We’ll point you in the right direction, and give you the details needed to feel good about enrolling in any of our courses.

The mission of Moore Norman Technology Center is to prepare students for success, change lives and help build better tomorrows. The Assessment Center supports the MNTC Mission by administering certification, licensure, entry-level testing, skills and competency exams to our clients. The MNTC Assessment Center further strives to provide professional services to our clients by adhering to the NCTA Professional Standards and Guidelines.

Our Assessment Center provides a full range of assessments including testing to determine classroom readiness for career programs, health certification testing, industry certification testing, end of instruction competency testing and SkillsUSA testing.  

Certification testing is available to the public in some areas.  Please contact the Assessment Center for more information.

Accuplacer Testing

ACCUPLACER is used to determine classroom readiness for prospective students entering MNTC Career Programs.  MNTC Career Advisors and Tech Representatives refer students to the MNTC Assessment Center for the appropriate testing. Testing appointments are scheduled once a referral has been received. Click here for more information about Accuplacer.

ACT WorkKeys - Career Readiness Certificate (CRC)

  • Applied Math
  • Graphic Literacy
  • Workplace Documents
  • Click here for more information about ACT WorkKeys​

Certiport Testing

  • Microsoft Office Specialist Tests
    • Word (Core & Expert)
    • Excel (Core & Expert)
    • Access
    • Powerpoint
    • Outlook
  • Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA Exams)
  • Adobe Certification (Associate & Expert)
  • Autodesk Certification (User & Professional)
  • Quickbooks Certification
  • IC3 Digital Literacy Certification
    • Computing Fundamentals
    • Key Applications
    • Living Online
  • Click here for more information about Certiport testing
  • Certiport Parental Consent Form
  • Certiport Privacy Policy
  • Certiport Exam Policies

Technical & Engineering Exams

State of Oklahoma Exams

  • CLEET Exams
    • Bail Enforcer
    •  Oklahoma POSSE
    • Private Security Phase 1,2,3,4
  • Oklahoma Board of Behavioral Health Licensing
    • Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
    • Licensed Professional Counselor (OLERE)
  • Oklahoma Board of Nursing
    • Advanced Unlicensed Assistant
  • Oklahoma Corporation Commission
    • Petroleum Storage
  • Oklahoma Department of Career Technology Education
    • EMS Competency Assessments
  • Oklahoma State Department of Health
    • Advanced CMA
    • CAN Level 2
    • CAN Level 3
    • Emergency Medical Responder
    • Hearing Aid Fitter/Dealer
    • Medical Micropigmentologist
    • Medication Aide
    • Nurse Aide
    • Oklahoma Home Care Administrator
  • Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse
    • ODMHSAS Case Management
  • Oklahoma Department of Labor
    • Alarm Salesperson
    • Alarm Manager
    • Alarm Fire Sprinkler Plan & Design
    • Alarm Technician
    • Electronic Access Control
    • Closed Circuit Television
    • Nurse Call
    • Locksmith
    • Alternative Fuels
    • Fire Sprinkler Inspector
  • Oklahoma State Fire Marshall
    • Fire Extinguisher
    • Outdoor Fireworks Display Operator
  • OSU Fire Service Training
    • Firefighter I
    • Firefighter 2
    • Firefighter 1 Instructor
    • Firefighter 2 Instructor
    • HazMat Awareness
  • Click here for State of Oklahoma study guides and more information.

Other Testing

  • Differential Aptitude Testing
    • Abstract Reasoning
    • Mechanical Reasoning
  • Parapro (Teacher's Aide)
  • Performance Assessment Testing (PAN)*
    • Transportation Security Administration (TSA)
    • Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC)
    • FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigations)
    • CBP (U.S. Customs and Border Protection)
      • *Please contact your potential employer or the appropriate organization listed above for information about specific exams. 

Authorized Pearson Vue Test Center:

Thursday, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Limited space available. Other times possible for MNTC students by arrangement.
Contact Pearson VUE for scheduling:

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In a cooperative effort between the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education and the Oklahoma Department of Career & Technology Education, college credit can be earned though Prior Learning Assessments for an approved license or credential a student accomplishes while at Moore Norman Technology Center.

All MNTC students (high school and adult) who are enrolled in a program that offers an approved license or credential may have the opportunity to receive college credit upon completion of their program. Our College Connection office will work with students to explain the process, so students can earn college credit toward an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree or a technical college certificate at area colleges.

Benefits of Prior Learning Assessment:

  • Decrease education costs
  • Accelerate time to degree completion
  • Avoid course duplication
  • Earn credit for your life learning
  • Explore college pathways

If you have questions regarding the Prior Learning Assessment process, please call 405.217.8228 and ask for the College Connection office. We look forward to helping you achieve your collegiate and career goals!

MNTC provides student-centered counseling by certified and licensed professional counselors.  Counselors facilitate student development in the academic, career, and personal/social areas through a highly individualized approach.  Services include crisis intervention, community referrals, and individual and group counseling to assist with personal and professional growth.

All information disclosed to counselors is confidential, with the exception of immediate threat or serious or foreseeable harm to self or identified others, suspicion of child abuse or neglect, or court-ordered disclosure.

Click here for more information about MNTC counseling services.

Toll-Free Counseling Helplines:

  • Teenline
    1-800-522-TEEN (helpline available 3 pm to midnight)
  • National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
    1-800-273-TALK (24-hour hotline)
  • 2-1-1 Community Resource and Referral
    1-800-522-9054 (Reachout hotline- 24-hour assistance with Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services)

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Moore Norman Technology Center takes measures to ensure every student has opportunities to excel in their coursework; while providing students with the support from the counseling and instructional teams. MNTC has on-site counselors assigned to each program, who are available to help students develop plans related to academic and/or personal needs.

What is a school guidance counselor?

School guidance counselors are state certified professionals who hold a master’s degree in counseling. They continue their professional development by attending workshops and conferences on an ongoing basis, and their role is to help students fully develop their academic, career, personal, and social abilities. 

School guidance counselors are educators who deliver a comprehensive guidance program in the school as recommended by the American School Counseling Association (ASCA). Counselors also adhere to strict ethical and legal standards in the performance of these duties. School guidance counselor functions:

  • Coordinates the development of a comprehensive guidance plan based on campus needs 
  • Counsels with students individually and/or in groups 
  • Assists students in crisis situations 
  • Helps identify individual student needs 
  • Refers students and/or parents to services and agencies outside the school 
  • Conducts conferences with parents 
  • Links students with school and community resources 
  • Advises students on individual, school, college, and career plans 
  • Coordinates with colleges and universities to provide information to students 

MNTC Guidance Program Mission

MNTC’s Guidance Program mission is to serve a diverse population both in age, education, and work experience by partnering with Moore Norman faculty and community stakeholders. The mission is to graduate students with the understanding and insight necessary to achieve their personal, education, career, and social potential throughout their lifetime. 

The guidance professionals at MNTC facilitate personal/social development, career development, and academic development in connection with each student’s career education, and is based on the national standards adopted by the American School Counseling Association (ASCA). 

How can students engage an MNTC counselor?

  • Self-referral 
  • Request a counselor through an instructor 
  • Parent referral 
  • Administrative referral 
  • Teacher or other staff referral 
  • Referral by friend(s) 

MNTC also has an on-site Guidance Team. This group of professionals consists of several departments with qualified staff who are available to assist students with a wide range of needs on campus. 


MNTC is committed to the health and wellness of its students and staff. One way we do this is through a water and footsteps tracking sheet available for download on this page. Students have the opportunity to earn rewards throughout the school year as they stay mindful of water intake and movement throughout the day. 

Student Handbook
Rev. Aug 2017

Our Commitment

MNTC is committed to the goal of achieving equal educational opportunities, offering full participation for students with disabilities, and providing assistance that will facilitate students’ independence and academic progress. Students who have disabilities, including those with mobility limitations, speech, hearing, or sight impairment, learning or other disabilities covered by the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 or the ADA Amendments Act of 2008, may receive reasonable educational STUDENT INFORMATION 9 accommodations.

Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students

Disability Services provides guidance and referrals during the enrollment process, and assists with
appropriate classroom, lab, and learning support for students with hearing loss that impacts education. A student may have access to an interpreter, trained note-takers, or tutors in lecture and lab settings.


To request accommodations, students with disabilities should go directly to MNTC’s Disability Coordinator or to an MNTC Counselor or Career Advisor. All disabilities must be verified with current supporting documentation from an appropriate professional (licensed physician, licensed psychologist, approved agency, etc.). Records of accommodation activity are kept separate from all admissions activity. 

Student responsibilities may include:

  • Obtain psychological/educational/medical testing.
  • Provide verifying documents. Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to confer with their counselor and teacher/instructors regarding their special educational needs.

To obtain more detailed information or to make an appointment, please contact MNTC’s Disability Coordinator at ext. 8204, your Counselor, or a Career Advisor.

MNTC’s HIRE program is a leader in providing education and employment services to Oklahomans receiving TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy families). Since 1993, HIRE has provided hundreds of individuals with skills and support necessary to become successful in today’s workplace.

The HIRE Program offers:

  • Help in finding a career that fits your interests and abilities
  • Personal job placement guidance with resume, application, and job search training
  • Resources and supportive services to ensure your success
  • Assistance with math, reading, spelling, and language skills
  • Community internship opportunities
  • Full-time, 31 hour per week schedule to meet DHS requirements
  • Microsoft Office training in Word, Access, Excel, Publisher and PowerPoint

Plus HIRE provides clients (Click links for details):


Whether for yourself, or someone else you know, MNTC’s HIRE program is designed to increase the employment opportunities for people looking to improve the quality of their lives. The proof is in the comments provided by our clients:

“I have had many chances to make something in my life count and never took on the battle of accomplishing it. By going to HIRE I have done that and much more. The support is always helpful! I am a GED graduate and a Moore Norman Graduate thanks to being a part of HIRE.”

“If you are having trouble trying to get in school and trying to find a good job, HIRE is the best place to be. The staff at HIRE really helps you get started on your way to a better career and a better life.”

“It’s a hand up - not a hand out. If you are serious about getting ahead they will help you by providing the tools you need to reach your goals.”

“This is the greatest opportunity I have ever had. To be able to go back to school, where I’ve learned I don’t have to give up on myself or my goals just because I lost track of my life. Now, I’m back on track, in school, actually going somewhere with my life, with a higher self-esteem, and loving life one day at a time! Thanks HIRE!”

* All quotes from actual clients

To request a copy of your transcript, download and complete the form above and mail or fax to:

Mailing Address:
Moore Norman Technology Center
Attn: Records Management
PO Box 4701
Norman, OK 73070


Please include:

  • Your Name (As it is now and as it was when enrolled at Moore Norman Technology Center)
  • Social Security Number
  • Dates of Attendance
  • Program
  • Address where transcript is to be sent
  • Your Signature, Date, Phone number, a copy of your Photo ID (must be government issued with signature).

To request a copy of your transcript in person, download and complete the form above. Please bring a Photo ID.

Transcripts are available at:
Franklin Road Campus
Educational Services/Records Management
4701 12th Avenue NW
Norman, OK 73069

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F: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.