Northeast Wisconsin Technical College looks forward to welcoming students back to campus this fall, and the College is working diligently to create a safe learning environment.
In preparation for the fall semester, NWTC is pleased to announce in-person access to Student Services will be available beginning August 3.
Current and prospective students will be able to visit campus to meet with Student Services staff including admissions, financial aid advisors or academic advisors. These campus services also will continue to be available virtually.
“We know many prospective and current students want to work with someone in person,” NWTC Vice President of College Advancement Dr. Aliesha Crowe said. “We are taking all necessary safety measures including a face covering requirement and limiting the number of people in campus spaces to ensure six feet physical distancing while allowing access to service on-campus.”
All services, including Academic Coaching, Assessment Center, Counseling, Student Support Services, Career Advising, Veterans and Disability Services offices are available in-person for students by appointment. Virtual appointments will continue to be offered and will be the most convenient way to access services.
Most services will be based out of the Welcome Center (Door #9) in Green Bay and main desk at other campuses and locations. In order to maintain physical distancing, the number of individuals in each space will be limited. Everyone on campus is required to wear a face covering.
“While the look of our classrooms, labs and services may change, our faculty and staff commitment to student success remains steadfast,” Crowe said. “We are providing an innovative, blended fall 2020 designed to meet the needs of students and campus community and advance the College’s mission.”
The library and bookstore remain open virtually. Campus Buzz, Canteen/Commons, Computer Labs, and Gym and other public use spaces remain closed.
Fall session 1 classes begin August 15. Courses will be offered in in-person, online, and blended formats. General education in-person and blended courses will meet on campus at least once a week. Lab and clinical-based classes will meet in-person for the hands-on portion of the class. The lecture portion of class will be offered remotely – either online or through Blackboard or web conferencing.
For more information on Student Services and to make an appointment go to, nwtc.edu/update.