Traditional courses are in-person, face to face classes in a classroom.
Accelerated classes use special instructional techniques chosen for their ability to help students learn and retain large amounts of information. Students do much of their learning on their own, often on the job, so that required classroom time is shortened.
NWTC Videoconferencing is a 2-way video/audio communication tool similar to Interactive Television that connects the Green Bay, Marinette and Sturgeon Bay campuses to the Regional Learning Centers at Shawano, Crivitz, Luxemburg, Florence, Oconto Falls, and Townsend.
A modern telecommunications system that allows students to take classes from selected locations or right in their own community. An ITV class is just like a traditional class in structure except, the instructor and students may be in four different locations. All locations will see and hear each other at the same time and be able to interact continually throughout the class time.
Weekend College is an alternative way to pursue educational objectives at NWTC. Classes are offered on the weekend, (Friday night and/or Saturday) and meet one to four Saturdays per month.
For more information, contact Enrollment Services, 888-385-6982 or firstname.lastname@example.org or toll free (800) 422-NWTC, ext. 6872.