Whether you are looking to launch your first career, jumping into a new career, or just exploring your options, Wisconsin's 16 technical colleges are here to help. We offer single classes, short-term certificates and degree programs. Let us help you find your path and meet your goals along the way.
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Wisconsin Technical Colleges
This map highlights the 16 technical colleges throughout the state. Click on a region to learn more about the college in that district.
Wisconsin Technical Colleges
Blackhawk Technical CollegeSet as My College
For more than 100 years, Blackhawk Technical College has been providing educational opportunities to the communities it serves. With four locations in Rock and Green counties, our promise to every student is to provide an opportunity to build a future through flexible education in a supportive environment.
Chippewa Valley Technical CollegeSet as My College
With over 118 programs, 37 certificates, and 13 apprenticeships, Chippewa Valley Technical College is here for you, for life! Start here with the most affordable option to complete your general education classes or choose one of our fast, flexible program options to earn your degree and land the perfect job. Plus, we offer cutting edge continuing education to learn new skills or start a new career. No matter what you need, CVTC is The Right Choice!
Fox Valley Technical CollegeSet as My College
You’ve got what it takes to do great things in the world. Now, get the degree to back that up. We’re here to help turn your dreams into reality. Choose from programs in high-demand areas like Advanced Manufacturing, Business, IT or Automotive Technology. Or consider our outstanding programs in Aviation, Public Safety, Culinary Arts, Agriculture and Engineering.
Gateway Technical CollegeSet as My College
Enrolling as a Gateway Red Hawk makes life-changing opportunities a reality. Choose from 70+ affordable, accessible and flexible industry-focused diploma, degree and certificate programs available in Burlington, Elkhorn, Kenosha, Racine and Sturtevant — and online. Build your career with dual credit in high school that counts toward your degree. Advance your education with transfer agreements with 4-year colleges that recognize our high-quality hands-on career training. With exceptional student support resources and campus life opportunities, #BigDreams #StartHere!
Lakeshore Technical CollegeSet as My College
Lakeshore Technical College is where you can experience a solid education that will prepare you for a career in the real world. Learn in-person, online, or through a combination that works for you. All programs offer personalized attention from instructors experienced in their fields, the ability to transfer credits to dozens of four-year colleges, and job placement assistance. You can depend on us to support your academic, personal, and financial needs in every way possible.
Madison Area Technical CollegeSet as My College
Madison College is a world-class community college in Madison, Wisconsin. For more than 100 years, the college has offered educational opportunities to a wide variety of students with varying educational needs.
Mid-State Technical CollegeSet as My College
Mid-State Technical college has campuses in Adams, Wisconsin Rapids, Stevens Point, and Marshfield and over 60 associate degree and technical diplomas programs to choose from—all designed to meet local workforce needs, so our graduates find employment in their chosen career fields close to home. Thanks to a supportive and caring learning environment, state-of-the-art technology, and faculty with professional experience, Mid-State students gain the real-world skills, technical training, experience, and confidence they need for success.
Milwaukee Area Technical CollegeSet as My College
You belong at MATC — with all the other smart Milwaukeeans who aren’t paying $50,000 a year for college. Whether you’re looking for an affordable path to a four-year school, an associate degree, a whole new career or a chance to update your skills, you belong here.
Moraine Park Technical CollegeSet as My College
At Moraine Park Technical College, you can achieve your educational goals. We work to make education accessible and affordable. With three campus locations and two regional centers, online and blended learning options, and industry-experienced instructors, Moraine Park offers endless opportunities for lifelong learning and professional development.
Nicolet CollegeSet as My College
Your path to success begins at Nicolet College. Our main campus is located in Rhinelander on the shores of beautiful Lake Julia, but our reach extends to academic centers throughout the district and through our online classes and programs. As the center for higher education in the Northwoods and beyond, we offer occupational training and a university-level liberal arts education all designed to meet your schedule, support your lifestyle, and ultimately, lead you to the job you want anywhere in the world.
Northcentral Technical CollegeSet as My College
At Northcentral Technical College (NTC), you will gain the skills and confidence to prepare for a successful career, and a successful future, while under the guidance of our caring and committed faculty and staff. The College offers over 190 programs, with many credits transferring to Wisconsin’s four-year public and private colleges, creating a seamless path for lifelong learning. Students may also begin their UW degree at NTC through a Liberal Arts partnership with Madison College.
Northeast Wisconsin Technical CollegeSet as My College
You’ve got the drive to succeed. NWTC has the high-tech learning labs and instructors with real-world experience. At NWTC, you can prepare for the future you want. You will be surrounded by people who are committed to your success. So, go ahead – pick one of our 200+ academic programs and get started. Together, we will Soar Higher.
Southwest Wisconsin Technical CollegeSet as My College
We improve lives through excellence in learning. We strive for all of our students to succeed in compelling careers and make positive and impactful contributions to their local communities.
Waukesha County Technical CollegeSet as My College
Applied learning. State-of-the-art technology. Instructors with real-world experience. Transfer options. Employer connections. These are a few reasons students choose to attend Waukesha County Technical College. Classes are hands-on and highly interactive, and you will learn from faculty who are masters of their craft and experts in their field. A WCTC education is relevant to today’s world and workforce, so prepare yourself for an affordable, effective and practical learning experience that will propel you forward!
Western Technical CollegeSet as My College
Western Technical College rests between the Mississippi River and the majestic bluffs of the Driftless Region in La Crosse, Wisconsin. In addition to the main campus, Western has five regional locations in western Wisconsin: Black River Falls, Independence, Mauston, Tomah, and Viroqua. Our Public Safety programs meet at the state-of-the-art Public Safety Training Facility in Sparta. Western offers associate degrees, technical diplomas, and a variety of university transfer options.
Wisconsin Indianhead Technical CollegeSet as My College
Located throughout scenic Northwest Wisconsin, Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College offers a premier education to thousands of residents every year. Choose from over 100 programs and certificates that are designed to get you hired upon graduation. As a student, WITC’s hands-on assignments, small class sizes and affordable tuition will empower you and provide you with the skills that are desired by employers.
This annual viewbook provides an overview of the services and options available at Wisconsin's technical colleges
Technical College News
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.
Although economic activity is trending back towards pre-pandemic levels and COVID-19 cases remain low, some sectors remain more hamstrung than others. One in particular continues to struggle despite consumer enthusiasm: restaurants. “The industry is at a standstill,” said Fishbones
Cajun & Creole Restaurant General Manager Silver Mitchell. “Not a single person around here can hire new employees because there’s nobody applying.”
As part of a continuing celebration of Earth Day and Arbor Day, the Menominee Nation is giving away thousands of trees to school communities across Wisconsin to help reforest parts of the state.