Academic advising is available for those who need assistance in class selection, credit for prior learning, or general information about programs, including admission requirements and academic planning. Academic advisors help students make informed choices about degree and graduation requirements, and can help clarify college policies.
Counselors assist individuals with choosing a new career path and applying to a degree or diploma program. They also provide career, academic and personal counseling to current students to help them manage the challenges that we all face at times in our academic and personal lives.
The Student Support Services Team provides a wide range of opportunities for academic and personal support, social and cultural awareness, and is dedicated to assisting students achieve success through targeted support services outside of the NWTC classroom. Programs/services offered through this office include: Minority Support Services, Single Parent Program, Dislocated Workers/WIA (Workforce Investment Act) Services, Foster Youth Programming, Non-Traditional Occupations Program, and Financial Coaching Services.
Counselors and other support services are available to students with varying physical and mental abilities. The Accommodation Services Counseling Office assists students with choosing educational and vocational goals, building self-esteem, and increasing occupational potential.
Small-group tutoring and assistance labs are offered to help students who are not attaining academic competencies for a specific course. Labs are available for math, writing, basic computer skills and most science courses. A trained tutor leads group discussions, reviews key material and presents study tips to learners.
The Veterans Resource Center, located in room SC138, on the first floor of the Student Center on the Green Bay campus, assists Veterans in applying and utilizing state and federal education benefits, enrolling into college, and academic advisement support.