Moraine Park accepts a variety of payment methods.

Online – eCheck

eCheck is the preferred method of payment.  It is a free option available via
myMPTC that enables you to pay tuition by a checking or savings account online.
What’s even better is that (if you want to) you can:

  • Save your bank account information so next time you won’t
    have to enter it.
  • Schedule payments for future dates.
  • Save this bank account information for eRefunds (direct
    deposit) or any credit balance.

It is fast and easy. Save a stamp or a trip to campus by using this option!

Online – Paypath Credit Card Payment

Effective November 7, 2017, PayPath is a payment option available via myMPTC Payment Suite and provides the ability to pay tuition via VISA, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. The fee to use PayPath is 2.75% (minimum of $3.00).  Log into myMPTC and go to the Student tab; myMPTC Payment Suite is located on under Student Finance.

Credit Card Convenience Fee FAQs

It is fast and easy. Save a stamp or a trip to campus by using this option!

Cash, Check, or Money Order

We accept cash, check, or money order at Student Services at any campus.

Scholarships

Only for students enrolled in a program. Read More…

Financial Aid

Only for students enrolled in a program. Read More…

Online Payment Plan

Available for the fall and spring semesters. Read More…

Employer/Agency Contracts

Third Party Contract Application must be on file at time of registration or by the payment due date. Contact 920-924-3238 for more information.

Send Third Party Contract Applications to:

Moraine Park Technical College
ATTN: K. Hess
PO Box 1940
Fond du Lac, WI 54936-1940
or
khess2@morainepark.edu

The following are not considered Third Party Contracts:

  • Contracts that do not require a billing invoice; i.e., Americorp
  • Reimbursements: When a student completes the semester and has to turn in a grade/transcript to receive the funds
  • Trust Funds: Letters from executor of estates or bank
  • Prepayment Plans: Families pay into a 529 account for college funds
  • Scholarships

More questions about Third Party Contracts? Read the FAQ.