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 six months of graduation
of employers surveyed said a local technical college was important to the overall success of their business
Yesterday the Governor signed Senate Bill 380, the Financial Aid Modernization bill. This bill will increase access for students who want to attend college but need financial resources to do so. These changes will help Wisconsin students navigate federal and state financial aid processes and better recognize the changing nature of today’s students and their diverse higher education pathways.
To inform education practices and policies, the WTCS institutional research team conducts action research projects. An action research project analyzes a specific question (or set of questions) to provide insight that is actionable for improving student success and closing student equity gaps.
MADISON – The Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS) Board elected its officers at the July 11 Board meeting hosted by Waukesha County Technical College in Pewaukee.
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.