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.
1. Submit Application
Submit your application online by selecting the “Apply Online Now” button.Apply Online Now
Note: Application fee of $30 is a one-time, nonrefundable charge.
If unable to submit on-line, please complete a printable applicationand 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. Please refer to respective institutions website to request transcripts.
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). Students in select manufacturing and engineering programs (CNC, Civil Engineering, Fabrication Technologies, Mechanical Design, Mechatronics, Metal Fabrication, Process Engineering, and Welding) are required to take the METTE placement. The METTE placement is offered by MPTC.
Most certificate programs do NOT require a placement assessment. Students will be notified if additional steps are needed.
4. Attend a Program Orientation
Program orientations are offered throughout the year. Lead by the advisor, you will be introduced to your program, the college, and resources to help you get started. Ask for Student Services at 1-800-472-4554 to schedule your program orientation.
5. 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.
Some programs experience capacity limitations periodically. Application acceptance for these programs are evaluated every term.
The following programs that monitor wait lists and capacity limitations include:
- Health Information Technology
- Medical Coding Specialist
- Phlebotomy Technician Certificate
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