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Thank you for your interest in Moraine Park! Follow these easy admission steps to begin your journey toward a Moraine Park degree, diploma, or certificate.
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1. Submit Application

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Note: Application fee of $30 is a one-time, nonrefundable charge.

If unable to submit on-line, please complete a printable application and mail with your $30 application fee to:

Moraine Park Technical College
Attn: Application Request
PO Box 1940
Fond du Lac, Wisconsin 54936-1940

2. Submit Transcripts

Request that all official high school transcripts, or GED/HSED transcript and/or college transcripts be submitted to Moraine Park Technical College’s Admissions Office.

Before submitting this form, review the respective high school or college website to confirm the required payment and request process. It may require electronic submission.

High school students may apply for admission after July 1 following their junior year.  An acceptance letter is issued once all application requirements have been completed.

3. Placement Assessment

Take a Placement Assessment, such as Accuplacer, ACT or Compass. MPTC offers ACCUPLACER placement assessment ($15 fee is non-refundable for no shows).

Most certificate programs do NOT require a placement assessment. Students will be notified if additional steps are needed.

4. Complete any Additional Requirements

Depending upon your chosen program, there may be additional admission requirements to complete the admissions process. Follow the admissions process related to your program for more information about what is needed.

5. Meet with Your Advisor

After completing admissions, you will be introduced to your Academic Advisor. Students should meet with their advisor early to learn more details about the program, set up short- and long-term educational plans, and learn about the college resources to help you get started. Ask for Student Services at 1-800-472-4554 to schedule your program advisor meeting.

 

Are you an international student? Read more about International Admissions…