Paying for College
When you’re the one paying for college, cost matters – right? Good thing you can earn a degree without the life crushing student debt. Need help? Please reach out at any time. We're here to make college possible.
At NWTC you can earn a highly respected degree without racking up major student debt. In fact, many students graduate with little or no student debt.
Tuition and minimum fees for in-state residents for 2021-2022 academic year.
How to Pay for College
Your Top Resources
Free Grant Money
COVID-19 relief funding is available to current and new NWTC students. You are eligible for pandemic-related grant funds if you are enrolled in one or more credits and have been financially impacted by COVID-19.
If you don’t fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, you could miss out on affordable loans, grants (which don’t have to be repaid!), and work study opportunities. Filling out the FAFSA only takes about 30 minutes, and we can help.
Over $750,000 in scholarships is awarded to current and new NWTC students every year. Scholarships, like grants, do not have to be paid back. If you are a high school senior, be sure to check out the NWTC Promise Scholarship.
With the payment plan at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, the cost of your educational expenses for each term is divided into smaller monthly payments with no interest - just a low enrollment fee.
Other Funding Sources
Earn College Credit While in High School
Save money on your future degree by taking a dual credit class (a class in which you earn both high school and college credit).
Tuition Reimbursement and Employer Funding
Check with your employer to see if they may cover part or all your for tuition, fees, supplies, and/or books.
Credit for Prior Learning
Get credit for knowledge you’ve gained outside the classroom – for example, at work or in the military.
Earn money while you learn in a program that combines on-the-job training with classroom instruction.
If you are struggling to afford college, there may be additional resources available to pay your tuition. NWTC’s Financial Coach can help!
Want to learn more about funding options?
Talk to an NWTC advisor now:
920-498-5444 or firstname.lastname@example.org