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Miller-Motte College (MMC) has a history of helping students succeed through hands-on education and career training. Our faculty and staff work to ensure that when you’ve completed your program, you’re truly ready to begin your career.
Miller-Motte College (MMC) will help you choose your ideal career before you get started and assist with real-world employment after you’re done with school. We have a wide range of resources to help you every step of the way.
In today’s world, it makes sense to spend less time in the classroom, and more time earning a salary. Miller-Motte College (MMC) can help you start your new career in as little as 18-24 months.
If you’re worried that you can’t afford an education, think again. Financial aid may be available to those who qualify. We will work with you to explore the financial aid options available to help you complete your degree.
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Miller-Motte College (MMC)
Miller-Motte Colleges (MMC or Miller-Motte) and Miller- Motte Technical Colleges (MMTC or Miller-Motte) comprise the Miller-Motte family of schools which are part of Delta Career Education Corporation. For over three-quarters of a century, Miller-Motte has been a reputable leader in private career education. Judge Leon Motte founded the school in 1916 in Wilmington, North Carolina. The school provided the local legal community with a small training center for courtroom stenographers. In 1979, Richard and Sharon Craig acquired the school and relocated it to South College Road across the street from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington.
In 1987, a branch college was opened in Clarksville, Tennessee. Due to expansion, a new facility was built, and in 1989, the Clarksville campus moved to its current location at 1820 Business Park Drive. In 1989, the Clarksville Campus applied for, and was granted, stand-alone accreditation through the Association of Independent Colleges and Schools. During this time, the Clarksville Campus was re-designated as the main campus, and the Wilmington Campus became a branch campus.
In 1929, Phillips Business College, then known as Phillips Secretarial School, was founded in Lynchburg, Virginia by the late Marjorie Green Phillips. In 1954, Virginia Commercial College, which had been established in 1909, merged with Phillips Business College. The college continued to operate under the Phillips Business College name until the late 1990's when, through a change in ownership, the school became a member of the Miller-Motte family of colleges.
In 1998, the stock of Miller-Motte Business College, Inc. was purchased by Delta Educational Systems, Inc., a Virginia Corporation approved to conduct business in North Carolina. In November 2000, Miller-Motte Business College changed its name to Miller-Motte Technical College. The Charleston Branch of Miller-Motte Technical College was opened in December 2000. In October of 2003, to accommodate the growing student population, the Wilmington Campus moved to 5000 Market Street. When Delta merged with Gryphon Colleges Corporation, Inc. in 2006, the name was changed to Delta Career Education Corporation. In November 2006, the school changed its name to Miller-Motte College. Over the years, the school opened additional locations in North Carolina, Virginia, South Carolina, and Georgia.
During the past 20 years, the colleges have added several key programs that have served the needs of the business and health care communities and provided even better employment opportunities for their graduates. Miller-Motte schools are in a continual process of reviewing, assessing, and revising their curriculum in order to keep pace with improvements in technology and the increasing needs of business and industry.
This school is regulated as a commercial motor carrier by the US DOT and their respective state agency: NCCCS. It takes fewer than 300 hours to complete this program; therefore it is not eligible for Title IV funding. This program is not within the scope of ACICS Accreditation.
For important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended this program please visit: disclosure.millermotte.edu/default.aspx
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