The Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS) is the coordinating and oversight body for Wisconsin’s 16 public, two-year technical colleges that prepare students to thrive in the face of rapid changes in the workplace, creating economic vitality for individuals, employers and communities throughout the state.
students enroll each year
of technical college graduates are employed within 6 months of graduation
of employers surveyed said a local technical college was important to the overall success of their business
Chippewa Valley Technical College is announcing its selection of its next president. Thursday, CVTC announced that Dr. Sunem Beaton-Garcia, who will be the first woman and first Latina to be CVTC’s president, will begin her term on July 1.
Technical and community colleges are vital to our economic prosperity. They provide skills-based training for students to enter high-demand careers, a pipeline of talent to our businesses, and a resource for reskilling our workforce.
2021 WTCS Ambassador Hannah Masters, a SWTC Criminal Justice student, uses emergency training
BTC English Language Learner Program opening doors
Southwest Tech student serves her community as EMT following tragedy
MATC Criminal Justice students goes inside Milwaukee Police Department's Citizen Academy
Fact Book: Student Data
The WTCS Fact Book: Student Data includes information about headcount and Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) student enrollments, program and apprenticeship outcomes information, and student demographic data.
Read the publication online here or download using the links below.