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Program Overview

The Start College Now program enables high school students to enroll in occupational/technical courses and/or general education courses and earn high school and college credit at the same time. The program is open to eligible 11th and 12th grade students who are currently enrolled in a Wisconsin public high school. Students must be in good academic standing for the school board to approve Start College Now, as well as other requirements.

Students apply directly to their high school for approval to the Start College Now program. The school district will pay 100% of the tuition costs and non-consumable course materials. Students who are not successful in Start College Now courses may need to reimburse school districts for the course and book fees.

Start College Now Application

View and complete the application for Start College Now.

Start College Now Events

View important dates and events for Start College Now.

Deadlines and Approvals

  1. Upon school district approval, your application should be forwarded to MPTC. Submit approved applications and include transcripts/test scores to avoid delay in approval by scanning and emailing to the K-12 Department or mailing to:Moraine Park Technical College
    Attn: K12 Department
    700 Gould St
    Beaver Dam, WI 53916Please consider any school district requests or program requirements before submitting your application to MPTC.
  2. The high school SCN liaison will be contacted with all approved courses and will notify the students. Registration letters will be mailed directly to students in May for Fall Semester and November for Spring Semester.
  3. Register for your approved SCN courses by calling (920) 924-3207 or in person by coming to one of our 3 campus locations: Beaver Dam, Fond du Lac or West Bend.
  4. Orientation letters will be mailed directly to students who registered for their approved SCN course(s) in July for Fall Semester and December for Spring Semester. Orientations will be held on all three campuses with an opportunity for students to become familiar with the campus, our services, get their books and access their MPTC account.
  5. Final grades will be shared with your school district after you complete the course.