All Metropolitan College offices are operating remotely beginning Tuesday, March 17th, 2020 to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. ALL METRO COLLEGE SERVICES CAN BE PROVIDED REMOTELY VIA PHONE OR COMPUTER AND WE ARE OPERATING ON REGULAR BUSINESS HOURS. Current Metro College students may set up a phone or skype appointment and/or contact an MC Student Development Counselor through their My MC page. Prospective MC students and the community may contact a staff member through our service account at If you do not have access to email, please call one of our offices during our regular business hours and we will assist you:

Metro College JCTC DT: 502-213-4520

Metro College JCTC SW: 502-213-7376

Metro College University of Louisville: 502-852-2749

High School Student- How Do I Get Started?

Are you ready to get started? Students who register for our program will receive program information, quarterly newsletters, as well as invites to upcoming events.


Step 1 Attend a Health Care Career Track Symposium At Your School

Step 2 Demonstrate Your Interest in the Program By Registering for the High School Health Care Career Track Program

(Program registration allows you to receive information on program updates and notifications. Note: Participants should be high school juniors/seniors or older.)

Step 3 Attend Norton and UPS Sponsored Events

(Note: Norton events may require Immunizations and Internship Registration Forms Required.)

Step 4 Prepare To Participate in Metropolitan College

  • File the FAFSA at [School Code: JCTC (006961) or UofL (001999)]

Step 5 Begin Employment at UPS and Complete College Coursework

  • Sign a Metro College Agreement
  • Attend JCTC or UofL as a Metro College participant and a major in a designated track
  • Register as a Metro College Health Care Career Track Participant

Step 6 While Participating in the Metro College Program, Meet with a Norton Career Coach

Step 7 Engage in Norton Healthcare Education Benefits 12-16 Months Prior to Graduation

  • You can continue working at UPS and apply to become a Norton Scholar.
  • You can apply to work at Norton Healthcare part-time or PRN (as needed), up to 36 hours every six weeks.
  • You can apply to become a student apprentice in designated Norton career track programs.

Step 8 Congrats College Graduate!

Your Norton Career Coach will assist you in applying for employment at Norton Healthcare as a credentialed candidate.