1. Attend a Getting Started session
2. Apply online
3. Pay for college
4. Submit your transcripts
5. Complete an assessment
of 2016 graduates are satisfied or very satisfied with their NWTC education.
You love the land and all of the earth’s natural resources. Turn that passion into a career. From farming to alternative energy to grape growing, we have the programs and experts to help you thrive in your career.
Train in indoor and outdoor labs. Two examples: the Great Lakes Energy Education Center, a fully equipped indoor lab; and the Landscape Horticulture Learning Center, a 47-acre outdoor, ornamental lab.
Start your bachelor’s degree. Environmental Engineering-Waste and Water Technology students can complete two of the four years required in a four-year degree by transferring their NWTC credits to a specific four-year university partner. Contact an academic advisor to learn more.
Care for animals, crops, and the environment. Check out our new Farm Production programs in dairy science and agronomy (crop science).