Accreditation and Awards
Accreditation and Certifications
Attending an accredited college helps ensure you are getting a quality education, have access to federal financial aid, and can transfer credits to other institutions. Northeast Wisconsin Technical College is accredited or certified by a number of organizations, including those listed below.
Additionally, many of the College's degree and diploma programs are accredited or certified by the appropriate industry and professional standards organizations.
Browse our individual programs and degrees to find out more.
This national prize is given annually to a college in the ATD Network that shows sustained, substantive improvement in student outcomes; narrowing and closing of equity gaps; and outstanding commitment to equity-centered cultural change.
NWTC's transition from semesters to eight-week terms, “The 8-Week Advantage: Turning Change into Transformation,” was judged a Top 10 Bellwether Finalist in the category of Planning, Governance & Finance.
EAB’s Collaborative Citizenship Award recognizes an institution that selflessly shares their practices and approaches to student success and strives to help their peers succeed.
NWTC was one of four community colleges in Achieving the Dream’s Network to earn Leader College of Distinction status, the highest designation offered to institutions in the ATD Network.
NWTC received the 2019 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine – a national honor recognizing U.S. colleges/universities that demonstrate outstanding commitment to diversity and inclusion.
NWTC and the Wisconsin Technical College System recognizes Robinson Inc. for their longstanding commitment to technical education and collaboration.
As a long-time partner of NWTC, Samuel Pressure Vessel Group (SPVG) continuously contracts with the College for workforce training and education; sponsors summer camps, community events, and more
2022 Distinguished Alumni Award recipient Ginelle Hussin describes herself as equally at home in steel-toed boots and a hard hat as she is on a college recruiting trip.
For our Soaring Recent Alumni Award recipient, Ian Wilson, it meant getting the skills and credentials needed to support his family when they were struggling.