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Waukesha County Technical 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!

Graduates

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98%

of graduates were satisfied or very satisfied with the education they received at WCTC

Salary

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$47076

median salary for graduates who obtained new full-time jobs in a field related to their degree

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Admissions Requirements

Start your admission to Waukesha County Technical College with a few simple steps. Contact the admissions representatives at the college with any questions and for assistance along the way.

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WCTC Experience

Want to reach your academic goals in less time? WCTC’s year-round calendar with 8-week terms allows you to build on your academic momentum, and complete your education and enter the workforce faster.

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WCTC is recognized for outstanding programs in Cyber Security, Robotics, Engineering, Nursing and more. Employers consistently praise our graduates for the level of knowledge and training they bring to their jobs.

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Get a head start with credit for prior learning! Earn credit for knowledge gained through advanced high school classes, previous college coursework, military training, work or volunteer experience.

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Workforce Solutions

WCTC values its strong partnerships with local business, industry and community organizations. Working in tandem, the College provide individuals and area employees with practical skills needed for success. The Corporate Training Center offers professional development workshops, consulting services and customized training; the Small Business Center provides networking events and clubs, noncredit courses, small business certificates and other services. Additionally, WCTC offers continuing education courses for those in select fields, such as health care and law enforcement.

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Student Ambassador Max Czechowski

WTCS State Ambassador Max Czechowski talks about his educational journey at Waukesha County Technical College, which began while he was still in high school.

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Web and Software Development Degree Leads Alum to the Red Carpet

Alex Woodward followed an unlikely path that led him from Lake Country to the red carpet.

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Waukesha County News

WCTC campuses to open in August

Waukesha County Technical College (WCTC) leaders announced on Tuesday, March 30 that they plan to fully reopen the main Pewaukee and Waukesha campuses on Aug. 2, with the fall semester beginning Aug. 16.

A Year Into the Pandemic

County officials reflect on challenges overcome, signs pointing towards hope. A year into the COVID-19 pandemic, local officials see signs of hope for the future and reasons to celebrate what’s already been overcome. Waukesha School District Superintendent Jim Sebert saw COVID-19’s effect on education from the vantage point of two districts. When the pandemic began, he was still the top administrator at the Fond du Lac School District.

WCTC grad Lake Geneva’s newest officer

A new police officer is helping to patrol the streets of Lake Geneva.