Take a course, complete a program, or start your bachelor’s degree – no matter what your goal is, you can do it at NWTC Shawano.
Serving the Bonduel, Pulaski, and Shawano areas, NWTC Shawano enables you to stay close to family and friends while attending college. We offer the education and training you need to start or advance your career. We also offer opportunities to get involved in the College and community through student life activities and service learning.
Programs & Degrees
Discover degrees and classes that spark your interest and lead to rewarding careers. From business to health care to agriculture, you’ll find an NWTC program that fits you.
Our top academic programs include Business Management, Accounting, Farm Business Management, and Nursing. We have a state-of-the art educational learning center located inside of ThedaCare Medical Center-Shawano for our students to learn in and explore while completing their nursing classes and programs.
Need help choosing the right career? We offer career services for students, alumni, and community members. Want to learn how to pay for college? We can help! We also offer academic advising and counseling services for students, technology resources, and so much more.
Earning College Credit in High School
Did you know you can take college classes for free while still in high school? By taking a dual credit class, you earn both high school and college credit for that class – jumpstarting your college career and saving money on your future degree.
Applying to a degree program? Take the Acculacer or other admission tests at our center. We also provide GED prep classes, health program assessments, and space for class/instructor testing.
General Studies and 4x4 Program
Complete your General Studies Transfer Certificate to UW-Green Bay or UW-Oshkosh by taking general studies courses in the unique 4 x 4 format: Take one general studies course at a time; each class is held four days a week and is completed at the end of four weeks.
For more information on 4x4 call Jodi Tetting at 715-524-2418.