Application for the Fall 2021 Term will be available March 1, 2021
Career Certificate Program Application
Your application will not be processed until all three (3) steps are completed.
If you are unsure about how to complete any of these steps please check our website, the materials that were sent to you in your admissions email, or call Kim Dunn at 727-774-1703.
STEP 1: APPLICATION AND FEE
Click here (opens March 1, 2021) to pay your $25.00 nonrefundable application fee (plus $1.00 processing fee) and complete the online application and essays.
STEP 2: HIGH SCHOOL TRANSCRIPT
Click here to upload a copy of your High School Transcript or GED Transcript (can be requested at GED.com) if you have not already submitted one (not required for Pasco County graduates). Note: Students who received their GED in Pasco County must submit transcript.
STEP 3: RESIDENCY
Click here to complete the Residency Classification form (opens March 1, 2021) and upload 2 supporting documents. Note: If student is under 24 a parent or guardian must complete step 3.
Your application is now complete!
Congratulations on submitting your application for admissions to a Fred K. Marchman Technical College Career Certificate Program! Unlike students who attend a 4-year school, students who pursue a technical education will focus solely on the knowledge and skills necessary for a successful career in a chosen field of study. Our programs provide both theory and hands on training that lead to industry certification and workforce readiness. Applicants who qualify for an interview will receive a phone call and/or email to schedule the time and date for the interview. A decision letter will be mailed from the college to the applicant.
Please note, if applicable you will be required to take the TABE test during the first six weeks of school. The cost for administering and processing the test is $12.50 and is taken at our assessment center.
If you have not secured funding for your tuition and fees, please complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible. This application can be found at fafsa.gov.