MTECH is fully committed to policies of non-discrimination and equal opportunity.
MTECH does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities.
Americans with Disabilities (ADA)
The Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) provide comprehensive civil rights and protections for persons with disabilities. MTECH does not discriminate in the recruitment, admission, educational process, or treatment of students with disabilities. Students must voluntarily disclose that they have a disability, request accommodation, and provide documentation of their disability. For more information, contact the MTECH Counseling Office at 801-753-4109.
MTECH Title IX Coordinator
2301 West Ashton Blvd. Lehi, UT 84043
*All contact is kept in the strictest confidentiality.
Office for Civil Rights, Denver Office
U.S. Department of Education
Cesar E. Chavez Memorial Building
1244 Speer Boulevard, Suite 310
Denver, CO 80204-3582
If you have questions, concerns, comments or complaints we want to know about them. We care about your training and want to improve where possible. Should a student or parent believe there is cause for grievance, he/she should discuss the grievance with the person(s) involved (including: instructor, student, Student Services staff, Administrators, etc.) in an effort to resolve the grievance mutually and informally.
When attempts to resolve the grievance informally are unsuccessful, or the grievant still does not feel justified; he/she must submit a written, dated, and signed grievance within (90) days of the occurrence to the Vice-President of Administrative Services. The student will need to submit the written grievance document to the Appeals Committee for consideration.
Details and instructions for completing these processes as well as the Student Code of Conduct and the Student Grievance Policy and Procedures can be found in the MTECH Student Guide.
Students who are not able to remedy their grievances through the above mentioned processes can file their complaints with the Utah Technical Colleges.
Request for Policy Variance
If a student desires to appeal any of the above policies or procedures they may do so by submitting a Request for Policy Variance to the Vice President of Administrative Services. The appeal will be heard by the Appeals Committee and a decision made. If the student does not agree with the committee’s decision, they have the right to a final appeal in writing to the President of the MTECH.
Students who have concerns relating to fraud, false advertising, or other deceptive practices can file a complaint with the Utah Division of Consumer Protection, 160 East 300 East, 2nd Floor, Salt Lake City, UT 84111, Telephone No. 801-530-6601, Toll Free in Utah at 1-800-721-SAFE or online at www.dcp.utah.gov/complaints/index.html. In addition, students involved with distance and correspondence education can file a complaint with their state’s enforcement authority.
Students who have complaints relating to the college’s quality of education or other issues appropriate for its accrediting body to consider, can file a complaint with the Council on Occupational Education at http://www.council.org/. Copies of documents describing the college’s accreditation and state approval are available for review upon request.
The Utah System of Technical Colleges (UTech) recognizes its obligation to its students, faculty, staff, and friends to maintain the highest ethical standards in its operations. To help meet this goal, UTech has established this confidential reporting mechanism, the UTech Ethics Hotline. Via the Hotline, you can alert us to activities that may involve criminal, unethical, or otherwise inappropriate behavior in violation of UTech policies or the public’s trust.
We encourage your appropriate use of the Hotline. The UTech Ethics Hotline is hosted by a private contractor, EthicsPoint. EthicsPoint will not divulge the identity of a hotline reporter without the reporter’s consent. Access the UTech Ethics Hotline.
Campus Safety and Security
Information regarding reported safety and crime statistics for Mountainland Technical Colleges can be found in the Mountainland Campus Safety and Security Report.
Campus Crime Report
Crime Report:Crime Report:In this annual report, Mountainland Technical College (MTECH) provides information regarding the frequency of crimes committed on its campuses and policies and procedures designed to combat crime and strengthen security for the four most recent calendar years. The report includes current policies and procedures for students and employees to report a crime, a list of the titles of those to whom a crime is reported, the College’s relationship with local and state police agencies, a statement of the drug and alcohol policies, the type and frequency of programs designed to provide information on campus security procedures and policies, information on crime prevention and on sexual assault programs and support and procedures regarding sexual assaults.
The Campus Security Act of 1990 requires a school to compile and distribute an annual campus security report detailing the number and types of crimes committed on each Title IV eligible campus. This report complies with the requirements of the “Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act.” This information is published yearly by October 1. Paper reports are available upon request from the MTECH office of Security.
The MTECH is among the safest campus in the nation. The community oriented approach to campus safety and security has been a trademark of this institution for the last sixteen years.
Everyone has a responsibility for campus safety and security by; reporting, complying and participating. Campus security is comprised of a layered security infrastructure and several volunteer response teams including; the Emergency Operations Team, Crisis Intervention Team, Evacuation Team, Threat Assessment Team and Safety Committee. The Campus Crime Report is published each year in October.