MADISON – Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS) President Morna Foy has embarked on a statewide Tour of Excellence, which includes a visit to each of the state’s 16 technical colleges. The goal of the tour is to recognize and celebrate the technical college students, staff, instructors, alumni and business partners who connect each college to their communities.
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.
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.
MADISON - The Governor and Legislature’s biennial budget investments in the Wisconsin Technical College System reaffirm the critical role technical colleges play in bolstering our state’s economy.
MADISON – On behalf of the Wisconsin Technical College System Board and our 16 local colleges, I want to express our appreciation to the Assembly for reconsidering AB 2 as amended, which proposed eliminating the technical college operating levy. Local buy-in and support is essential to the success of Wisconsin’s technical colleges, and it warrants further discussion from our state’s policy leaders.
MADISON – The Wisconsin Technical College System is Wisconsin’s largest higher education system serving more than 274,000 students every year. We are in every community across the state, working closely with employer partners to deliver the local workforce they need to thrive in today’s global economy.
The Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS) Board re-elected its officers at the July 13 Board meeting hosted by Western Technical College in La Crosse.
Statement from System President Foy on Governor Evers’ investment in Fox Valley Technical College’s workforce innovation
The Wisconsin Technical College System thanks Governor Evers, Secretary Hughes and Secretary Pechacek for the $3.5 million investment in workforce innovation at Fox Valley Technical College (FVTC) through a partnership with Goodwill Industries of North Central Wisconsin. WTCS colleges work closely with community-based organizations and employers in their areas to determine employer needs and provide a highly skilled workforce.
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Statement from System President Foy on Governor Evers’ investment in Southwest Tech's workforce innovation
The Wisconsin Technical College System thanks Governor Evers, Secretary Hughes and Secretary Pechacek for the $2.9 million investment in workforce innovation at Southwest Wisconsin Technical College. WTCS colleges continually work to directly address the needs of employers in their communities by providing a highly skilled workforce.