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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

PayPath is a payment optional available via myMPTC Payment Suite that 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 Student and click My Finances>Payment Suite.

Credit Card Convenience Fee FAQs

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

Mail

Make check or money order payable to MPTC and mail to:

MPTC
Student Financial Services
PO Box 1940
Fond du Lac, WI  54936-1940

In Person – Cash, Check, or Money Order

We accept cash, check, or money order at FDL-Student Financial Services and BD & WB main offices.

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.