Summer and fall classes will be offered in-person, blended, and online with COVID-19 precautions in place. No Risk Enrollment available now. All NWTC facilities are closed to the public until further notice. All campus resources are available by phone, chat, email or text.


Graduate Success

2018-2019 Graduate Outcome Report

91% of grads are employed within six months of graduation.

Median salary of associate degree grads: $45,500 six months after graduation.

View the Full Report

Percent Employed

91% of 2018-2019 graduates available for employment were employed six months after graduation, and 77.4% of those had jobs in their field of study.

91%25 of NWTC Graduates are Employed 6 months after graduation

Satisfaction with Training

97% of NWTC Graduates are Satisfied or Very Satisfied with their training

97%25 of NWTC graduates are satisfied or very satisfied with their training

Why graduates choose NWTC

35% Preparation for Getting a Job

24% Prepare for further education

18% Make a Career Change

12% Improve Existing Job Skills

10% Personal Interest

2% Other Reasons

Location of Employment

72% of graduates work in the NWTC district and 22% work elsewhere in Wisconsin. 22% are employed out-of-state.

Closeup of the NWTC District

About the Data

This information contains Graduate Follow-Up Survey employment-related findings for Summer 2018 through Spring 2019 graduates at approximately 6 months after graduation. All 2,768 graduates were contacted via email and/or phone and asked to complete the survey; and 1,740 graduates completed the survey.​​​

Report Definitions

Number of graduates — Count of program graduates as of survey date.

Percent employed — Portion of survey respondents available for employment reporting full- or part-time employment approximately 6 months after graduation.

Percent employed in field — Portion of survey respondents reporting employment who have a job related to their specific program of study.

Median annual wage — Of graduates reporting full-time, related jobs, this is the annualized salary of the middle graduate when salaries are ranked from low to high. * Indicates not enough wage data collected via survey.