About TPI On Campus
TPI On Campus provides you the opportunity to expand your payments knowledge. Attending On Campus is a true investment in yourself and in your organization.
Financial institutions, businesses, government agencies and solution providers seek employees who are proficient in all areas of electronic payments, including the ACH Network. Whether you are new to the payments industry or working on obtaining a Nacha credential, the Payments Institute means a sharper skill set and the chance for advancement.
We believe that by offering a variety of learning choices, you're more likely to learn and succeed. At TPI On Campus, you may select courses from five diverse, in-depth schools of study, lecture halls, and two master's programs to personalize your educational experience. We develop our curriculum to your needs as a payments professional, offering a variety of courses in your preferred industry area.
For instance, if you're planning to take the AAP or APRP exam, look for courses in the AAP and APRP Prep Schools of Study.
At TPI On Campus, you'll get actionable takeaways that you can implement in your organization immediately.
*Curriculum subject to change.
It’s time to make those connections. These exciting opportunities allow you ample time to meet new people or rekindle established relationships. We encourage you to chat with the instructors and the experts from Nacha and the Payments Associations. Let’s get to know each other!
Tuition, Meals & Lodging
Learn more about how to reserve your accommodations, and what your tuition includes.
Nacha would like to recognize and thank our generous sponsors who supported TPI Home School and the Payments Institute On Campus in 2021.
Find out how your organization can benefit from being a Payments Institute sponsor.
Once TPI concludes, you’ll want to stay connected to your new friends and colleagues. Follow us on LinkedIn to see what others are doing, learn about event updates and more. Even before meeting in-person, you can gain tidbits of information and learn the inside scoop.