Summer and fall classes will be offered in-person, blended, and online with COVID-19 precautions in place. No Risk Enrollment available now. All NWTC facilities are closed to the public until further notice. All campus resources are available by phone, chat, email or text.


Student Remote Resources

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We care about you – you are the essence of our college and the reason we do what we do. NWTC is taking steps to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 by reducing the amount of activity and number of people on our campuses and regional learning centers, but instructors and support services are working remotely and ready to assist you.

While college buildings are currently closed and instruction has transitioned to flexible delivery, you can still access any of our student services virtually and we look forward to connecting with you in a way that works for you.  

Check out the links to connect with resources available through NWTC and the greater community. Still have a question? See frequently asked questions.

How will my classes be offered?

In summer:
Face-to-face (lecture and in-classroom) instruction will be offered virtually or via flexible learning format beginning June 5. Most courses will be offered online or blended. Blended courses will use Blackboard and/or Webex web conferencing.
In fall:
Courses will be offered in-person, online, and blended. With general education in-person and blended courses, you will be on campus at least one day each week. Lab and clinical-based classes will meet in-person for the hands-on portion of the class. The other portion of your class will be offered remotely – either online or through Blackboard or Webex web conferencing. Of course, online classes are also an option. If you need more flexibility, online learning may be a good fit. Learn more about fall classes.

How do I connect to services and support virtually?

Academic Advising
Academic Coaching
Applications, Enrollment, Transcripts and Diplomas
Artisan Center Activities
Campus Locations and Facilities
Disability Services- Test Taking and Accommodations
Financial Aid and Paying for College
Food, Financial and Community Resources
Medical and Counseling Services
Resumes, Mock Interviews, Career Planning and Career Closet
Student Activities and Events
Technology and Library Resources
Textbooks and Supplies
Veterans Services

The college posts frequent updates about actions taken to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. View COVID-19 Information and Resources.



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