Academic advisors are available to assist you in planning for success and achieving your educational, career, and personal goals. Learn more.
Adult Education, GED, & ELL
Moraine Park offers Adult Education, GED, and English Language Learning services through our Student Success Centers, which are located on each campus.
At Moraine Park, we are committed to the safety of our students and employees. When inclement weather requires the College to close, we must relay messages quickly and effectively. Learn more.
Campus Safety and Security
Safety is the single largest concern for all programs at Moraine Park Technical College. Every student must understand there are certain dangers, hazards and risks included in various program areas. Whether in the classroom or training field, students must acknowledge their participation may involve the risk of damage to property, bodily injury and, in some cases, even death. Each student agrees to exercise reasonable care at all times, with respect to the safety of the student’s own person and personal property and with respect to the safety of other students and their personal property. Learn more.
Career and Employment Services
Career and Employment Services are provided to students by the Career and Employment Services Specialist. Students seeking assistance can connect with their advisor in the first instance or directly with the Career and Employment Specialist.
Counseling services, which are free and confidential, are available to assist you with personal, career, educational issues. Learn more.
A wide variety of services are available at all three MPTC campus locations to assist students with disabilities or special circumstances. Services are available for students who are deaf/hard of hearing; blind/visually impaired; have learning disabilities; have physical, language, speech or other health impairments. Learn more.
In support of the College’s mission and vision statement, the Diversity Relations Office strives to promote cultural understanding, sensitivity, and overall respect for all backgrounds.
The EDGE – TRIO SSS
The EDGE is a U.S. Department of Education Student Support Services (SSS) TRIO Program in cooperation with Moraine Park Technical College, offering an individualized educational experience to ensure student engagement and success. Learn more.
A non-traditional occupation (NTO) is defined as any occupation in which one gender makes up less than 25 percent of the workforce.
It is the policy of Moraine Park Technical College to comply with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA). Contact the Registrar’s Office for more information regarding your student records. Learn more.
GED, HSED, Accuplacer and Credit for Prior Learning by Exam testing services are available. Learn more.
Moraine Park offers tutoring services to students who are experiencing difficulties in their courses.
Veteran Services offers a variety of resources to student veterans, including: academic planning, financial resources, and assistance with the admissions process. Students also have the opportunity to get involved with the veterans community and join the MPTC Student Veterans Association.