Third-Party Contract FAQs
Q: What is a Third Party Contract (TPC)?
A: A Third Party Contract is an agreement between Moraine Park and an organization that makes a commitment to pay a designated amount towards your educational expenses. Third parties require a billing invoice to be forwarded to them for payment for every semester of attendance. Third Party Contracts are subject to the same federal reporting requirements as other financial aid.
Q: What do I need to know about Third Party Contracts?
A: What are your third party requirements? What is the dollar amount of the contract? You are responsible for paying your portion of the remaining billing invoice by the due date or late charges will appear on the account. Moraine Park can bill the third party for educational expenses on your behalf. These expenses can consist of tuition, fees, and books.
Q: How does a Third Party Contract affect my account?
A: The third party provides a signed Third Party Contract authorization at the beginning of the semester. After you have registered, your account is credited conditionally for the expected amount. At the end of the drop/add period, Moraine Park will submit a billing invoice to the third party on your behalf.
Q: Can I get a refund if my account shows a credit balance?
A: The account is reviewed to determine whether the credit balance results from actual payments or conditional credits. The College does not refund conditional credits.
Q: My bill does not list my contract. What do I do?
A: Log into myMPTC Student and click My Finances>MaxPay. If you do not see your third party commitment, it means Moraine Park has not received a Third Party Contract, or you may not have yet met the requirements.
Q: Do you send grades/transcripts to third parties?
A: The relationship between the third parties and Moraine Park involves billing and payment matters only. You are responsible for providing all other required information.
Moraine Park Technical College
ATTN: K. Hess
PO Box 1940
Fond du Lac, WI 54936-1940
- 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 <