The campus is located on a Green Bay Metro bus route.
Take a virtual walking tour of the Green Bay campus.
Welcome Center: Your all-in-one resource for registering, meeting advisors and counselors, obtaining financial aid, applying for admission and more.
Cafeteria: Full-service cafeteria offers a variety of hot and cold selections. Monday thru Thursday: 7 a.m.- 6 p.m. Fridays: 7 a.m. -1:30 p.m. Vending area offers meals and snacks during all campus operating hours.
Career Center: The main Career Center is on the Green Bay campus, with satellite Centers on the Marinette and Sturgeon Bay campuses. The Center offers a variety of services, including information on careers, job seeking skills and assessments. Individuals can explore details of specific occupations, career paths, and education and training needs.
Digital Lounge/Cyber Cafe: Offers PC equipment for recreational use and a casual atmosphere where students can relax or meet friends.
Bookstore: Offers a large inventory of new and used books available at the campus bookstore—or buy online.
Library: Features more than 47,000 books, videos, and magazines, provides access to over 36,000 more online, and borrows additional materials from libraries throughout the world. More than 125 computers and ten study rooms are also available for student use in the Library.
Center for Global Cultures: Offers study and gathering space for students from diverse backgrounds. Information about various cultures and news from other countries is available to help both minority and majority culture students enrich their education. The Center also offers information about NWTC in the Hmong and Spanish languages.
Wellness Center: Gym, walking track, exercise equipment and lockers are available to students.
Lecture Hall: Room SC224 provides comfortable, tiered seating and workspace for attendees; multimedia presentation equipment including large overhead video screens for presenters.
Corporate Conference Center (CC): Serves as the headquarters for Corporate Training and Economic Development.
- Upper level: Offers classrooms for business-related instruction, and flexible meeting space with multi-media capabilities. It is the center for many nontraditional delivery systems.
- Lower level: Health center, facilities for police training, and science labs.
Business Assistance Center: Offers resources and programs to help strengthen new and expanding businesses, fostering economic growth in Northeast Wisconsin. It houses the Advance Business Incubator, business and entrepreneurship services through NWTC, and other public and private partners.
2701 Larsen Road
Green Bay, WI 54303
Dental Clinic: Provides a real-world, hands-on learning lab for dental assistant and dental hygiene students. The Clinic creates access to quality oral healthcare for underserved populations of Northeast Wisconsin.
N.E.W. Clinic: Provides a teaching clinic that enhances the education of tomorrow's healthcare providers. Care is provided to patients by licensed healthcare professionals who may be assisted by NWTC Health Sciences students.