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Housing and Utility Support

Student Support Services partners with local community organizations to provide students assistance with:

  • Paying rent and utilities (heat, electric, water & sewer, and trash) in the event of a loss of income. 
  • Avoiding foreclosure due to missed mortgage and tax payments
  • Reducing energy consumption 
  • Low cost wireless home internet
  • Smartphones and cellular service

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Explore Your Student Housing Options

Are you in a homeless or transitional housing situation? Facing eviction? We may be able to help! The Housing Assistance Program, a NWTC partnership with Family Services, is dedicated to assisting students experiencing (or at risk) of homelessness, who are in transitional living situations, or are seeking safe, stable, and affordable housing options. We can help you stay in school, because NWTC is a Safe-to-Study place!

Contact Student Support Services Today!

SC133 | 920-498-6258 | supportservices@nwtc.edu

It's all connected

To focus on learning, you need food and housing. To support your family, you need a good job. And to get a good job, you need a good education.

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Safe-to-Study is a housing/homelessness support program in partnership with Family Services and is made possible by a grant from Basic Needs Giving Partnership of the Greater Green Bay Foundation, which includes the U.S. Venture fund for Basic Needs, the J.J. Keller Foundation and donors of the Community Foundation.

Utilities and Services

Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program (WHEAP) provides assistance with heating costs and non-heating electrical costs. A one-time payment is available to eligible households between October 1 and May 15 of each year. Call 920-448-6460 to apply.

Torch Wireless: If you or someone in your household is receiving FoodShare or participating in the free/reduced lunch program you may qualify for a free smartphone and service. Call 877-998-6724 to apply.

AT&T offers low cost wireless home internet service to households that have at least 1 resident that participates in FoodShare. Visit www.att.com/access for more information.