Northeast Wisconsin Technical College has announced the college will be resume in-person classes for the fall 2021 semester at all campuses and regional centers.
While NWTC has been operating with in-person lab classes and clinical experiences throughout the pandemic, college leaders are planning a safe and return to on-campus, in-person learning, events, and experiences starting this August.
“Providing a safe environment for our students, faculty and staff will remain our top priority as we transition to an in-person college experience,” said Dr. Jeff Rafn, NWTC president. “We will continue to collaborate with local health departments and CDC to ensure we are maintaining the most current COVID-19 safety protocols.”
According to vice president of learning, Dr. Kathryn Rogalski, some programs will begin in-person learning this summer. “We will use the summer session to begin the transition our classes back to in-person learning.” According to Dr. Rogalski, NWTC will continue to offer blended, online courses and online live classes.
Students can apply for Fall 2021 now. Class registration will be available starting Tuesday, April 6. Learn more about fall class registration and further information.