Green Bay Campus Changes

College of Business

An architects rendering of the outside of the new College of Business on the NWTC Green Bay campus

Exciting news. The project to expanded and reenergized the College of Business on the NWTC Green Bay campus is nearing completion. The updated Business Technologies building includes two additions; one for Information Technology programs and another for Digital Arts programs with an additional 66,000 square feet of renovated space for the College's Accounting, Human Resources, Business Management and Marketing programs. 

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Center for IT

The Center for IT addition provides an extra 12,500 square feet of space with specialized labs for our Networking, Web and Software Development and Computer Support programs.
Fun Fact: 2,300 feet or eight football fields of fiber cable run through the Center for IT.


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Center for Digital Arts

Opening soon, the Center for Digital Arts adds an additional 15,000 square feet of space that will offer custom labs to accommodate classes in Photography, Graphic Design, Audio Production, Video Production and more. EXCLUDESTART

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Transportation Center


Construction has begun on the NWTC Transportation Center, located on the Green Bay campus between East Campus Drive and Packerland Drive. Expected to be completed for Fall of 2017 the new building will house the College’s Automotive, Auto Collision and Diesel Medium and Heavy Truck programs. Features of this 63,000 square foot space include:

  • a state of the art diesel truck repair lab,
  • auto collision and refinishing lab,
  • two auto repair labs,
  • a shared parts department,
  • a transportation welding shop,
  • and a state-of-the-art high bay demonstration lab for instructional and corporate partner use.



Great Lakes Energy Education Center (GLEE)

Completion Date: 2018



Universal Driving Facility (UDF)


NWTC's Universal Driving Facility in Howard will enhance emergency operations training for the Public Safety Department as well as police and fire departments around the region.



See the Universal Driving Facility first hand. Watch the overview video

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Department: College Advancement
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