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Starting at MITT: Frequently Asked Questions

Click on one of the questions below to get the answers your need. If you have a question that isn’t answered here, please call 204 989 6500 or email csr@mitt.ca.

Payments and purchases

The Fee Payment page provides a list of deadline dates and the accepted methods of payment. Your personal account statement, with balance due, is found in your Student Portal.

Non-payment of tuition fees by the required deadline(s) will result in withdrawal from the program.

Students who withdraw or are withdrawn or suspended from their program are subject to MITT’s Refund Schedule.

MITT students are responsible for purchasing their textbooks. Textbooks can be purchased online through a partnership with the University of Winnipeg bookstore. Textbook fees are not included in your tuition and fees.

You will receive more information about purchasing textbooks and other program-related expenses from your instructors at the beginning of your program.

Yes, you need to purchase supplies for your program. Visit the Supply List page and click on your program to see what you’ll need. Supply and equipment costs are not included in your tuition and fees.

Class and learning information

Visit your program page to view the courses and course descriptions for your program.

Students will be registered in courses on their behalf – you do not need to register yourself. Once you have been registered, your courses will appear in your Student Portal.

Closer to the start of classes, you can also log in to MyLearning, MITT’s online course management software, for course information and materials, and messages from your instructor(s). Your account for MyLearning may not be active until shortly before the start of classes.

For more information on accessing the Student Portal and MyLearning, visit the Quick Links for Logging In page.

Students admitted into post-secondary programs have the following schedules:

  • Post-secondary day programs: Monday through Friday from 8:45 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. (with scheduled breaks)
  • Post-secondary evening programs: Monday through Friday from 3:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. (with scheduled breaks)
  • Post-graduate programs: Monday through Thursday from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Check your Letter of Acceptance (LOA) to confirm if you were admitted to a day or evening program.

MITT is delivering its 2022-23 programs through on-campus and blended learning.

Blended learning is a style of education where students learn through electronic and online media, as well as traditional face-to-face teaching.

Students who are unable to attend classes will be subject to MITT’s regular student policies including the Attendance Policy and the withdrawal policy and refund schedule.

MITT reserves the right to alter course delivery methods and/or program durations due to challenges raised by COVID-19. The ongoing pandemic 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. Any change to on-campus delivery dates will be posted on our Important Dates page.

Please consult the Important Dates and Academic Schedule pages for program start dates, and other important program, academic, and administrative dates.

The location for in-person classes depends on your program. Please use the resources below to identify your campus:

MITT uses the MyLearning (Brightspace) software platform for learning and training. To use the MyLearning platform, log in at mylearning.mitt.ca using your MITT email.

Some orientation workshops, online classes, and lectures will take place over Zoom and/or Microsoft Teams.

For more information, visit the Quick Links for Logging In page.

Online workshops and in-person orientation activities are scheduled to occur prior to the start of each program intake. Visit Orientation for more information. Please check back regularly for updates.

Technical information

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 also use their MITT email address to login to MyLearning. You will be sent login instructions using the email address provided on your application.

Please continue to regularly check the personal email address that you have been using to communicate with MITT. You can update your personal email address and other contact information in the Student Portal.

For more information, visit the Quick Links for Logging In page.

For additional assistance, please visit the following links:

Contacts

Absolutely. Please visit the following links for information:

Students are also welcome to contact the MITT Immigration Services Advisor / Pre-Arrival Help Line at 204 989 7342 or email immigrationservices@mitt.ca.

Other

For updates and information, please visit the following pages:

Additional resources for managing online learning from home and building personal and academic resiliency can be found on our About Online Learning page.

Please visit the MITT Student/Academic Policies page for all policies.

For the Tuition Refund Policy and student withdrawal forms, please visit our Cancellation, Withdrawal and Refunds page.

Contact us today and we will be more than happy to help you with any questions or concerns you have.

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