Newcomers are Welcome at NWTC Resources for Immigrants and Refugees
Anyone who dreams of a better life belongs at NWTC, including all newcomers – immigrants, refugees, displaced persons, asylum seekers, stateless persons, and secondary migrants.
We believe access to higher education is vital to helping newcomers resettle and find long-term success. Welcome to Northeast Wisconsin Technical College.
Take a Class or Earn a Degree
Learn English Skills
Improve your reading, vocabulary, grammar, and speaking skills with our free classes.
Explore Degree Programs
Prepare for a rewarding career or get started on your bachelor’s degree. Choose from over 200 academic programs.
Transfer Credits to NWTC
Do already have college credits? Transfer them here and finish your degree.
Looking for Employment?
Full and part-time positions are available at NWTC locations throughout Northeast Wisconsin.
Please note: NWTC does not offer H-1B or other visa sponsorships. For assistance in obtaining work authorization, contact Catholic Charities.
Get help with career exploration and planning, resume and cover letter writing, interviewing for jobs, and more.
Need Computer Access, Health Care, or Other Services?
Three NWTC Library locations are filled with staff and resources (including more than 150 computers) to assist both students and community members. Librarians are available to help with computer/printing tasks and accessing research materials.
In need of dental or medical care? NWTC offers high quality services provided by students and licensed professionals.
Housing, food, childcare, transportation, and other assistance is available for NWTC students.
Community Resources for Refugees
Offering immigrant and refugee families with resettlement support that helps them become self-sufficient.
Community Services Agency (COMSA)
Customized services for refugees and immigants in Northeast Wisconsin.
Forward Services Corporation
Career guidance, family support and transportation assistance for immigrant and refugee families.