Classes have resumed online and via remote flexible learning. Check email and Blackboard for updates. All NWTC facilities are closed to the public and students until April 24. All campus resources are available by phone, chat, email or text.


Gender Discrimination & Sexual Misconduct

NWTC wants to help all students and employees find the resources they need to feel safe from gender discrimination, sexual violence and other harm. Nearly every NWTC employee can help you begin the process of leaving dangerous situations and relationships, asserting your rights to equal treatment, and achieving your dreams.

Conversations Around Title IX

What does being a Responsible Employee Mean?  I  Parenting and Pregnancy

If you are not safe, or if you need immediate help: Call 911 or the NWTC's Campus Security Desk: (920) 498-5454 (Safety and Security). Immediately following a sexual assault, seek medical attention as soon as possible.      

What can you do to feel safer?

What can you do to promote equal treatment in the workplace?

Employee Handbook (Employee login required)

What can witnesses do if they see or suspect gender violence?


What can the public do?