Starting Your MITT Program Soon?
On this page
- Go-to departments and services for new students
- Important info for all new MITT students
- COVID-19 Resources
- Are there changes in program delivery due to COVID-19?
- When does my program start?
- Which campus will my classes be located/take place?
- How do I register for courses in my program?
- What will my overall schedule look like?
- What about Orientation?
- Are my Classes Online? On-Campus?
- Help! I’m having technical difficulties! How do I get access to the Student Portal or MyLearning?
- What online learning platform will I be using?
- Why do I need an MITT student email account?
- Do I need to purchase supplies?
- When and where can I buy my textbooks?
- Must know student policies for a hassle-free start
- When is my tuition due?
- International student resources
Recently admitted to MITT? Welcome! If you have questions about the start of your upcoming program, you’ve come to the right page. Use the links to the right to navigate to the answers you need. If you have a question that isn’t answered here, please contact 204-989-6500.
Client Service Representatives (CSR) can answer questions about:
- Information about: student ID cards, lockers, bus passes, food on-campus
- Fee Payment Information
- Provides student advising, study help and learning supports, counseling and social work, accessibility services, and immigration services.
- Student Services also offers opportunities and events through Student Life as well as financial aid and food bank supports.
- Career exploration, job search, resume and interview support
International Student Supports:
Please ensure we have your current contact info on file. Check your Student Portal and update your email address and other contact information, if applicable.
MITT will communicate with students via personal email, MITT email address and MyLearning, where applicable.
For updates and information, please visit:
Additional resources for managing online learning from home and building personal and academic resiliency:
- Safe Work Manitoba: Working Safely from Home As We Navigate Covid-19
- Safe Work Manitoba: Shop Talk - Working From Home [PDF]
- From Surviving to Thriving: Developing Personal and Academic Resilience [PDF]
Due to the intensive, hands on nature of MITT’s programs and the importance of on-campus delivery for students’ success, MITT will be delivering your program in a blended delivery model, with some course components online and hands-on learning on campus.
Due to the challenges raised by COVID-19, MITT reserves the right to alter course delivery methods and/or program durations. Course deliveries may require increased percentages of online/distance learning components, alternatives to work practicums, and extended program durations to accommodate physical distancing and work practicum placement restrictions. MITT will be providing an exceptional level of enhanced student and program supports to ensure this modified program experience continues to meet all required learning outcomes for your program.
Important Dates: Find upcoming dates including orientation, program start dates and on-campus/blended learning start dates
- MITT administrative staff will automatically register you for courses! No action is required from the student!
- Your courses are already selected for you! Check out the Program pages, and click on “course information”.
- It is important to note, course registration will appear in the Student Portal, students need to login to MyLearning for course information and messages from instructors, etc.
- Login to MyLearning with your MITT student email address.
- Your account for MyLearning may not be active until the start of classes.
Be sure to check your Letter of Acceptance (LOA) to confirm if you were admitted to a day or evening program. Students admitted into post-secondary programs can expect the following:
- Day programs course times:
- Monday through Friday from 8:45 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. (with scheduled breaks)
- Evening programs course times:
- Monday through Friday from 3:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. (with scheduled breaks)
All post-graduate (PG) courses run:
- Monday through Thursday from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Visit our Orientation page. Orienation sessions are currently being held online.
MITT programs will be delievered by blended learning for 2022-23 programs. Blended learning is a style of education where students learn through electronic and online media as well as traditional face-to-face teaching.
Please note on-campus delivery dates are subject to change. Please check the Important Dates page regularly for updates.
You must be prepared to attend on-campus when on-campus delivery for your program starts.
# 11 - Help! I’m having technical difficulties! How do I get access to the Student Portal or MyLearning?
- If you are having technical difficulties with your student account(s), please see below. Remember to include your full name (as it appears on your application) and your student ID.
- Technical requirements for online learning
- Visit our Zoom Resources and Online Learning Support pages for information, tips and tricks.
MyLearning (Brightspace) software platform for learning and training
To use the MyLearning platform, log in at http://mylearning.mitt.ca – use your @student.mitt.ca email.
MITT secondary, post-secondary and post-graduate students will receive an @student.mitt.ca email address. This will be one of the primary ways MITT and your instructors will contact you. Students use their MITT email address to login to MyLearning.
You will be emailed login instructions (sent to the address provided on your application).
Please continue to regularly check your personal email address that you have been using to communicate with MITT. Check your Student Portal and update your email address and other contact information if needed.
Yes! students need to purchase supplies for their programs. Supply Lists are posted here and listed program by program. Remember, these costs are not included in your tuition and fees.
The cost of textbooks is in addition to tuition and fees.
*Note: You will receive more information about purchasing textbooks and other program-related expenses from your instructors at the beginning of your program.
For the tuition refund policy and student withdrawal forms, please visit our Cancellation, Withdrawal and Refunds page.
Non-payment of tuition fees by the required deadline(s) may result in a student’s withdrawal from the program.
Students who withdraw or are suspended from their program are subject to MITT’s Tuition Refund Schedule.
MITT Immigration Services Advisor/ Pre-Arrival Help Line
Contact us today and we will be more than happy to help you with any questions or concerns you have.