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Admissions Policy 

To provide a biblically-based, Christ-centered curriculum using the Bible as the authoritative source of all truth and the standard by which all things are measured.


To provide an institution that serves the Christian community and the local churches thereof.

To enrich students' home churches. 


To provide a level of professionalism and excellence in the quality of instruction provided by all members of the faculty.


To provide academic assignments and challenges that encourage the student to develop as lifelong learners who think critically, research thoroughly, and know how to rightly divide the Word of God.


To provide a spiritual environment in which the students will grow in their knowledge and relationship with God; develop standards of morality; live as people of integrity and conviction.


To provide a missionary and evangelistic emphasis that will help the student to cultivate a passion for reaching those who do not know Christ, and a spirit of commitment to fulfill the Great Commission. 

Notice of Nondiscriminatory Policy

MITT admits students of any race, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, and programs made available to the students of the school. MITT does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin. It is our conviction that there is no place for any type of racial prejudice in the Body of Christ.

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