Green Bay Campus
If you have applied to NWTC, you do NOT need to schedule a campus tour with us! You will have your campus tour during Welcome Week!!
In addition to viewing your labs and classrooms, you’ll see the Library, the Academic Coaching Office, and other student resources. Call 920-498-5444.
If you have not applied and you are considering NWTC?
Then you may register for a campus tour below!
Let us show you our impressive campus. Tours are limited to a maximum of 10 people. You must register one week in advance before your desired tour date. Tours start on time, so please be in the designated meeting area 5-10 minutes before your tour.
Tour dates and times vary, depending on your area of interest.
If the times listed do not work for you, please leave a comment when registering with the best way to reach you to schedule a tour. You may also contact Holly Valentine at email@example.com
When filling out the registration form, you will be asked to
select the Division you are interested
Make sure the Program area you are interested in is within the Division
The best time to visit the Green Bay campus is from September through April when classes are in session. However, tours are available during the summer months.
If you are interested in attending Northeast Wisconsin Technical College and learning about your next steps (applying to the college, how to pay for college, and resources we have on campus) we invite you to join us for the next step on your path towards success - Getting Started Sessions and then take a tour after your session.
Interested in Student Housing?
Student Housing is available to NWTC students, and the building has open hours for walk-in tours! Learn more about Orchards Student Living!. The tour hours are as listed:
- Monday - Friday: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
- Saturday: 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
- Sunday 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
Contact Tina Porod at (715) 735-9361 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Sturgeon Bay Campus
Contact Betsy Baier at (920) 746-4908 or email@example.com for more information.