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Admissions

Missouri Welding Institute has provided in-depth training to hundreds of the nation’s finest craftsmen. 
No matter your experience, our courses will prepare you for success in a much-needed trade. Our knowledgeable instructors make time to help students individually, and you’ll learn all the skills necessary on high-quality equipment. Best of all, you can complete your welding education in as little as 11 weeks. 


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Enrollment Procedures

 

Prospective students are encouraged to tour the campus and meet with an admissions representative. Those unable to tour the campus may request an information packet. All prospective students must complete a class registration form. A non-refundable $100.00 reservation fee is required and will be applied to the student's tuition at the time of enrollment. 

 

Start dates are finalized after the registration form and reservation fee have been received. The enrollment agreement shall be explained and signed on the student’s start date. 

Prospective students will be contacted by an admissions representative and encouraged to enroll in school in the event the registration form and reservation fee have not been received.

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Admission Requirements

Students younger than 18 years of age must sign an enrollment agreement form with a parent, guardian or guarantor. A high school diploma, GED or HiSET is highly recommended but not required. Previous welding experience is not required for most courses.

All tuition and fees are due on or before the start date. Students may contact an admissions representative to make other financial arrangements.

 

Applicants must have good eyesight or use corrective lenses. Missouri Welding Institute extends training to the disabled and is designed for disabled students. 

 

Students shall be admitted to Missouri Welding Institute, trained and referred to potential employers without regard to race, color, creed, sex, religion or national origin.

 

Orientation

Student orientation will take place on the first day of class to acquaint students with school policies, training facilities and safety procedures.

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TOUR OUR CAMPUS

Wanting to come check out our school? Set up a tour with one of our admissions representatives today!