COVID-19 Updates and Resources
Fall Semester 2021
On-campus, in-person classes – and online learning
For Fall Semester 2021, we’re safely and fully returning to on-campus learning, events, and experiences – so you can soar higher to your goals. Find out more about our Fall 2021 plans.
NWTC Face Covering Policy
Beginning Monday, August 9th, all staff, students, vendors and visitors will be required to wear a face covering indoors at all NWTC campuses and regional learning centers, regardless of vaccination status.
Important Health and Safety Practices and Procedures
At all NWTC campuses and locations:
- Physical distancing is encouraged.
- If you are feeling sick, please stay home.
- If you test positive for COVID-19, you are required to notify your instructor(s).
- If you awaiting COVID-19 test results after experiencing symptoms, notify your instructor(s).
- If the Public Health Dept. notifies you as a close contact to a COVID-19 patient, notify your instructor(s).
- Anyone who has come into direct contact with someone at NWTC who has reported testing positive for COVID-19 will be contacted by the college. Those impacted will receive relevant details as determined upon the advice of local health officials.
- Hand sanitizer is available throughout campus.
Are vaccines required to attend classes at NWTC?
No, vaccines are not required to attend classes on campus. However, some clinical sites are mandating vaccines for all employees and clinical students. If you are in an affected program, you should have received direct communication from your Dean about vaccination requirements.
What Should I Do if I Test Positive for COVID-19?
What should I do if I test positive for COVID-19?
First, we want you to know that if you test positive for COVID-19, our staff will be ready to assist you with the steps necessary to ensure your success. Your faculty will work with you to ensure you can complete your coursework.
Students who test positive for COVID-19 are required to notify their instructor(s). After notification, the COVID Response Team will reach out to provide resources and return to campus information. Contact information for Disability Services: 920-498-6886 or email@example.com.
What if I am Awaiting COVID-19 Test Results or Required to Quarantine?
First, we want you to know that if you test positive for COVID-19, our staff will be ready to assist you with the steps necessary to ensure your success.Your faculty will work with you to ensure you can complete your coursework.
Students should also notify their instructor(s) if they are at home awaiting test results after experiencing COVID-19 symptoms and have been on campus within the previous 48 hours, or if they were notified by the local Public Health Department as a close contact with someone who has tested positive and are required to quarantine. After notification, the Disability Services team will reach out to provide resources and return to campus information. Contact information for Disability Services: 920-498-6904 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is very important to stay home if experiencing symptoms or test positive for COVID-19. If a student tests positive, they are required to remain away from campus based on the CDC guidelines.
Student Services On Campus and Remote Services
All Student Services offices will be open to assist students in-person on campus.
Virtual appointments continue to be offered.
For more information call us at 920-498-5444 or 800-422-NWTC or chat with us online.
Steps NWTC is Taking to Mitigate the Spread of COVID-19
Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (NWTC) is committed to providing a high-quality and safe student educational experience while ensuring the safety of our students and our workforce in alignment with the CDC published guidelines.
Students not following these guidelines will be asked by faculty and staff to do so. Failure to comply will result in a request for the student to leave the campus and may result in disciplinary action for violation of the NWTC Student Code of Conduct.
Feeling anxious about COVID-19?
These protocols are subject to change based on guidance from COVID-19 authoritative sources.