Steps to Enroll in a Program

1. Choose Your Program

Your first step is to choose a program. We have many exciting career choices. If you have credits from prior learning, check and see if and how these can be transferred. If you are undecided on a program, please visit our Career Centers. Explore the available class schedule.

2. Apply

Complete an application for an associate degree, technical diploma or certificate. Apply online, via US Mail or in person at any Moraine Park campus. View the Admissions Checklist to make sure you submitted all the required documentation. You will receive a formal notification when you've been accepted. Once you have received this notification, you may continue to step 3.

3. Open your myMPTC Account and Student E-Mail

Once accepted into a program, you are expected to open your myMPTC account and set up your password. Your myMPTC account is how the college communicates with you. It will allow you to do several things such as register for classes, pay, view your grades and much more. Read More…

4. Register

Search for available classes, find out how to register and view registration dates. Register for courses via myMPTC. Go to the Student Tab and select Add/Drop Classes from Student Tools.

5. Pay

Find out what your options are and the different the payment methods we offer. Options for financial aid are available — such as loans, scholarships, grants and work-study programs. Read More…

6. Purchase Textbooks and Supplies

Textbooks and supplies should be purchased at the bookstore prior to the first day/night of class when possible and are not included in the advertised fee of a class.

7. Attend New Student Orientation

Be sure to register for and attend the Summer Welcome Day. Read More…

8. Attend Class and Earn Your Degree

If you need assistance during your time here, please refer to any of our Support Services. We look forward to seeing you on campus and involved with Student Life. Contact Employment Services in seeking employment with your degree. We are here for your future training needs.