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    Northeast Wisconsin Technical College


    • Listing Type: Colleges & Universities
    • Top Majors: Architecture and Planning, Computer and Information Sciences, Mathematics and Statistics, Mechanics and Repair, Skilled Trades and Construction, Liberal Arts, Social Services
    • Degrees Awarded: 2 Year
    • Type: Public
    • Campus Setting: Suburban
    • Testing Requirements: ACT, SAT, Test Optional
    • Financial Aid: Grants/Scholarships, Loans, Work Study
    • Gender: Coed
    • Country: United States
    • In State Tuition: $4,890
    • Out of State Tuition: $7,080
    • Delivery: Day, Online
    • Religious Affiliation: None
    • CEEB: 4190
    • IPED: 239488
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    Founded in 1912, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College is a nationally-ranked, two-year public college where students prepare for high-tech careers and begin their bachelor's degrees. NWTC is one of 16 colleges in the Wisconsin Technical College System. In-person or online classes – offered in eight-week sessions. 200 career fields. Day, evening, or weekend. Full degree, short term certificate, or just a class or two. 

    At NWTC, choose from more than 70 one-year and two-year programs that cover all the skills, knowledge and tools required to start a new career. Many can be started--or even completed--on different campuses, in evenings, part-time, or online. The College has three campuses in Green Bay, Marinette, and Sturgeon Bay; five regional learning centers in Crivitz, Luxemburg, Niagara, Oconto Falls, and Shawano; and several additional sites. In addition, NWTC offers: Apprenticeships- Earn while you learn with on-the-job training from leading employers and related classes at NWTC. These are some of the most in-demand careers around. That's why apprentices are paid while they go to college; Certificates-- Enter a new field quickly, change specialties, or improve your skills in your current field. Certificates are groups of courses that offer specific sets of skills, tailored for industry needs by employers; and General Studies-- Take courses in communication, math, science, and social studies for a degree program. Take courses for sophomore status at UW-Green Bay or UW-Oshkosh. Or prepare for college, earn a high school diploma or learn English (ELL). Plus, there are many student involvement opportunities. Getting involved is a critical piece of college life. We offer a variety of activities, clubs, intramurals, events, study abroad programs and health & wellness opportunities for students.