A Sacramento Tradition Since 1965
MTI college has called Sacramento home since 1965. Sitting just between Arden Arcade and Citrus Heights, we don’t just do business here, we are a part of the fabric of the community. We are a trade and vocational school with programs in healthcare, information technology, business and more which mean we’re continuing our tradition of sending only the most qualified graduates into businesses all throughout Sacramento and Northern California.
Accreditation MattersMTI College is proud to be accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges, Western Association of Schools and Colleges. Learn More
Serving Sacramento since 1965
Voted Sacramento’s Best Vocational College
MTI College was voted Sacramento's best vocational college by the Sacramento News and Review, surpassing other colleges in the area. We have been recognized, among other vocational and community colleges, for our exceptional job placement rates, affordable tuition, and small class sizes which allow professors to provide a personal level of education that you would not get elsewhere.
Top 10 Advantages of attending MTI College
|1MTI Graduates get good jobs. Year after year, over 90% of our graduates available for placement found employment! Placement Rate Calculation||6Lower tuition costs because MTI is independent and not owned by Wall Street interests. Government tuition grants and loans available to assist qualified students.|
|2FAST RESULTS… graduate in as little as nine months and then get placement support in securing employment so you can be working in your field as quickly as possible.||7Hands-on training occurs in modern classroom, lab, and clinic facilities.|
|3MTI was voted Sacramento’s Best Vocational College.||8Faculty consists of experienced and practicing professionals interested in your success.|
|4Personal attention is provided to students through a small student to faculty ratio.||9Beautiful campus buildings and grounds with free parking only a short distance away from your classes.|
|5Employment-driven programs are designed to meet the needs of employers through balanced curriculum offerings of skill, knowledge, and general studies classes.||10Accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges, Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). See our Accreditation and Approvals page for other important affiliations and approvals.|