Make College Possible
Everyone in Northeast Wisconsin deserves access to higher education, regardless of their financial situation and life circumstances.
You can help make college possible. Your support makes college a reality for someone who may have not believed college was an option.
Around 40% of NWTC program students are low-income. Receiving a scholarship or emergency funding can be crucial assistance to completing a semester.
You have the power to transform lives.
Individuals from all ages and backgrounds walk through the doors of NWTC:
- Students proud to be the first in their families to earn a degree
- Achievers determined to break the cycle of poverty
- Parents balancing jobs, children, and studying
- New high school graduates
- Veterans fresh from military service
The common thread? A desire for a better future.
Make a gift in your will to Northeast Wisconsin Technical College to build a legacy advancing access to higher education for students from all different backgrounds. It costs nothing today, and only takes 20 minutes. Learn more and get started now.
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Non-probate assets such as an IRA, 401(k), or life-insurance policy are not included in your will and you must plan for them separately. You can designate Northeast Wisconsin Technical College as a beneficiary of these types of assets to positively transform students’ lives for years to come. This free online tool will provide you step by step instructions on how to plan your beneficiaries.
Create an annual named scholarship with minimum investment of $500, or create a lasting legacy by setting up a named scholarship endowment.
Gifts to the NWTC Fund allow the Educational Foundation to meed immediate student and program needs. Contributions fund college wide projects and initiatives that support student success.
Support the Student Emergency program which is aimed to decrease the number of students who leave college due to an unforeseen financial barrier.