Academic advisors are available to assist you in achieving your educational, career, and personal goals.
Moraine Park offers tutorial services to students who are experiencing difficulties in their courses.
Moraine Park offers Basic Education, GED, and ELL services.
The Moraine Park Technical College Career Centers provide adults and youth with tools for career planning and for conducting a job search.
Counseling services, which are free and confidential, are available to assist you with personal, career, educational issues.
A wide variety of services are available at all three MPTC campus locations to assist students with disabilities or special circumstances. Services are available for students who are deaf/hard of hearing; blind/visually impaired; have learning disabilities; have physical, language, speech or other health impairments.
In support of the College’s mission and vision statement, the Diversity Relations Office strives to promote cultural understanding, sensitivity, and overall respect for all backgrounds.
This is federally funded by the U.S. Department of Education TRiO program in cooperation with Moraine Park Technical College. It offers support to qualified students for their success.
Employment Services helps you with job search assistance.
A non-traditional occupation (NTO) is defined as any occupation in which one gender makes up less than 25 percent of the workforce.
The Student Handbook is designed to help you understand the policies and procedures at MPTC, provide you with general information about our programs, student services, and other important information about the college.
It is the policy of Moraine Park Technical College to comply with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA). Contact the Registrar’s Office for more information regarding your student records.