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.
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Student Support Services responds to student barriers by providing non-academic support and access to resources to help student succeed.
Services include: Financial Coaching Resources | Student Emergency Funding | Child Care Funding | Housing Assistance | Shared Harvest Food Pantry | Community Connections | Foster Youth Student support | Non-Traditional Occupational support | Pencil Box | Events, Workshops and Collaborations
The NWTC Student Support Services team cares about your health and safety.
Shared Harvest bags are available for pick-up at the Green Bay Campus and all Regional locations. Please contact a Student Support Specialist (920)-498-6258 or firstname.lastname@example.org to coordinate pick up times.
Did you know you may now qualify for FoodShare/Badgercare if your hours have been cut back, you have experienced a loss of employment, etc. The phone number for applying is 888-794-5747 for Brown, Door, Marinette and Shawano counties. For Kewaunee, Manitowoc, Outagamie, Sheboygan and Winnebago counties it is: 888-256-4563.
Paul’s Pantry is still open and here for the Green Bay community! Please call to verify their hours (920) 433-0343.
You may qualify for Paul’s Pantry Scholarships to help off-set costs for your tuition and books. You must meet income guidelines and Paul’s Pantry participation is a requirement. Please inquire by email email@example.com or call 920-498-6894.
For information on food pantries around the region and how to get free internet see the links below:
FOX11 News article regarding internet access
Brown County Food Resources
Food Resources outside of Brown County
If you are experiencing a loss of hours or employment, please seek out information from my.unemployment.wisconsin.gov or or toll-free (844) 910-3661. For additional information regarding unemployment click here.
While our team is working virtually, we are available to support your needs via chat, phone, web-ex conferencing, and email. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 920-498-6258. You may also call 920-498-5444 for the Call Center.
For additional information and resources regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus) click here.
What would you do if your car broke down? What if you lose your job or have a medical emergency? Life happens. We’re here to connect you to the resources you need – when you need them.
How can I get help with child care?
How can I get help paying my rent?
How can I get legal help?
How can I get help with paying for heat or electricity?
How can I get help finding a job?
How can I get medical or dental help?
How can I get help with food?
I was a foster kid, are there resources for me?
How can I get help with setting up a budget?
There are so many resources in this community - way more then we can list here. If you are experiencing problems, please contact us. Our staff is here to support you!