About the Cost Comparison: Tuition/minimum fees for 2016-2017 academic year. in-state tuition for NWTC and four-year public university.
Yes, you can afford college. We can help!
Apply to receive (free) grants, low-interest loans and work-study jobs by filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
Scholarships are offered through the NWTC Educational Foundation and many other public and private sources.
Qualified high school seniors can get help with tuition and books thanks to the generosity of donors. See if you qualify for Promise.
NWTC's Student Financial Services includes information on setting up a payment plan, NWTC refund selection packet, program fees, tuition due dates, refund policy, and dropping a class.
NWTC's financial coach can assist you in making informed decisions and taking control of your finances. Services are CONFIDENTIAL and FREE to students.
Other sources of funding and ways to save on tuition
The learning you have gained from previous classes or life experience may eliminate the need for certain classes, which can save you time and tuition. Learn more about Credit for Prior Learning.
Apprenticeship is an earn-while-you-learn program in which employers pay students to work and learn a trade. For more information, call the NWTC Apprenticeship Office at (920) 498-5682 or (800) 422-NWTC, ext 5682.
For information and contacts, visit our Veterans Benefits page, or call NWTC’s Veterans Coordinator at (920) 498-6292 or 1-800-422-NWTC, ext. 6292.
Your employer: Many companies will pay for part of their employees’ education. Contact your employer for details.
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- Call Enrollment Services, (920) 498-5444 or (888) 385-6982
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