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Learn about Morton College as departments share program information, resources, to guide you as you begin planning post-secondary education! Register below for individual virtual sessions.

We are also offering campus tours with limited capacity per group following our COVID-19 safety guidelines.

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Monday, April 12th 10am-10:30am

Admissions & Records

Join us in learning about the Admissions and Placement Process for Morton College.

Monday, April 12th 11:15 am - 11:45 am

Financial Aid

Financial Aid Session

Monday, April 12th 11:15 am - 11:45 am

Student Disability Services

How to apply and receive classroom accommodations. Appropriate documentation to start services. The differences between high school and college accommodations. There will also be time for Q&A's.

Monday, April 12th 4:45pm-5:15pm

Computer Information Systems

Are you interested in working with computers? If so, please attend this Computer Information System/Computer Science information session.

Monday, April 12th 5:45 pm - 6:15 pm

Law Enforcement

Curriculum discussion, new internship class, career opportunities!

Tuesday April 13th 10am-10:30am

Admissions & Records

Join us in learning about the Admissions and Placement Process for Morton College.

Tuesday, April 13th, 10:45 am – 11:15 am

Nursing & Physical Therapy Assistant

Learn about the application process, general education requirements, admission testing procedures and the admission selection process.

Tuesday, April 13th 10:45 am - 11:15 am

Office Management Technology

The Office Management Technology curriculum provides instruction to prepare students to assume roles as office professionals and administrative support staff in a variety of fields such as business, medical, and education. Students learn how to use new office technologies and apply critical thinking skills to perform day-to-day administrative tasks and solve office-related issues to advance the goals of an organization.

Tuesday April 13th 10:45 am - 11:15 am

Skills for Daily Living

The Skills for Daily Living Program is a non-credit enrichment program for students with intellectual disabilities, ages 18 and over. The classes focus on improving students' current levels of Academics, Fitness and Social Skills. Mary Jo Buongiorno, the program coordinator, will show a short video of the program then be available to answer questions about the program.

Tuesday, April 13th 11:15 am - 11:45 am


Worrying about those papers you’ll have to write? Wondering who you can go to for help with research? Want to take a photography class, but don’t have a camera? Find the answers at the Morton College Library! Join Morton College librarians to find out what services are available to you at the library. Oh.. and we have books too.

Tuesday, April 13th 11:15 am - 11:45 am


Tour the welding lab and watch a student welding on the weld watch system!

Tuesday, April 13th 11:45 am - 12:15 pm

Adult Education

Information about Project CARE , which provides free online tutoring for ESL and Adult Basic Education

Tuesday, April 13th 11:45 am - 12:15 pm

Child Care Center, Early Childhood Education

Introducing the Early Childhood Department and the Child Learning Center.

Tuesday, April 13th 4:45 pm - 5:15 pm

Automotive Technology

This session will include information on the Automotive Program, Industry Certifications we offer, and Career Opportunities available to our students.

Tuesday, April 13th, 4:45 pm – 5:45 pm

Academic Advising

Learn about academic planning and registration, how to get started, how we are virtually available to help you, how to transfer out and about the multiple degree options!

Wednesday April 14th 10am-10:30am

Adult Education

Morton College’s Adult Education Program serves those without a high school diploma as well as the English language learners in our community. High School Equivalency Certification (HSEC) preparation courses are offered in both Spanish and English, and both our HSEC and ESL classes take place on campus and online. With a few exceptions, both the ESL and HSEC courses are offered free of charge to the community. Our mission in Adult Education is not just to help students improve their English or obtain their High School Equivalency Certificate; we strive to prepare our students for a career. Come to find out more at our open house session!

Wednesday, April 14th 10:45 am - 11:15 am

CAD Technology Program

CAD Technology Program Drafters write the language of industry. Skilled professionals draw pictures of parts that enable engineers and designers to communicate their ideas to production workers and technicians and initiate the production process. Today, this language is written on computers using Computer Assisted Design (CAD) software.

Wednesday April 14th 10:45 am - 11:15 am

Cashiers Office

Information regarding tuition and fees as well as the payment plans that the college offers to students.

Wednesday, April 14th, 10:45 am - 11:15 am


Learn all about what counseling actually is. A lot of time students refer to advisors as counselors or vice versa and there is a misconception of the two different roles. During this session we will do a comparison of the two and then focus on how I can help.

Wednesday, April 14th , 11:15 am - 11:45 am

Nursing Information

Learn about the application process, general education requirements, admission testing procedures and the admission selection process.

Wednesday, April 14th , 11:15 am - 11:45 am

Career Services

Get to know Career Services, learn about all the FREE resources you can obtain to help you reach your educational goals.

Wednesday, April 14th 11:45 am - 12:15 pm

Community and Continuing Education

Community and Continue Education non-credit programs reflect the latest industry and rea-world development trends and offer exciting learning opportunities for our diverse community.

Wednesday, April 14th ,11:45 am - 12:15 pm

Student Conduct/Dean of Students

Participants will lweran about the Dean of Students Office (DOS) that serves as one of the primary advocates for students. DOS provides students with a central location to which they can turn with problems they are unable to resolve, and connect them with a variety of campus resources. Issues and challenges the office provides help with include and are not limited to:

  • Academic issues
  • Finals rescheduling due to exigent circumstances
  • Personal issues affecting academics
  • Medical injuries or emergencies
  • Students needing to take time away from their studies (withdrawal)

In addition, the student conduct principles will be discussed briefly as well as other student resources such as the Student Emergency Fund.

Wednesday April 14th 4:45 pm - 5:15 pm

Business Management & Accounting

Our session will focus on the Business Management and Accounting programs and course offerings at Morton College.

Wednesday, April 14th , 4:45 pm - 5:15 pm

Student Activities

Now that you're learned about the other areas of the college, let's dive deep into your college experience. Learn how you can meet new people, develop leadership skills, and have an outstanding experience at Morton College. This is your opportunity to plan ahead, get involved, and build up your Panther Pride!

Wednesday, April 14th 5:45 pm - 6:15 pm

Tutoring Center

Learn about our free tutoring services, what tutoring is, what subjects are tutored and where you can find us!