Gateway Technical College students swept the American Technical Education Association Futures Competition, a design competition challenging students to find solutions to real-world problems.
CVTC program brings sibling IT grads closer
Nicolet College honored with national Promising Places to Work diversity award
WCTC program allows Waukesha teen to graduate high school, college in same school year
MPTC presents workforce champion award
While the COVID-19 pandemic pushed many students online, one Waukesha teen used the time home to her advantage – graduating from high school and college in the same school year.
Moraine Park Technical College has selected Nathan Glander of Wabash National, as the recipient of the 2020 Workforce Development Champion award.
A new report from Western Technical College’s Equity, Inclusion and Community Engagement Department shows that use of Western’s on-campus food pantry, the Cavalier Cupboard, declined during the 2020-21 academic year but still served hundreds of students and families during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Mid-State Technical College Foundation, Inc. is hosting its sixth annual Trapshoot Fundraiser in August. Highlights include prizes for the highest-scoring teams, 25 practice rounds, 50 scoring rounds, raffles, optional Lewis class contests, and lunch.
LTC Robotics instructor authors programming book
Gateway’s smart lab mimics the smart factory
MPTC student overcomes adversity, makes Mom proud
Madison College student proves it’s never too late to learn
For the second consecutive year, Nicolet College has been named a Promising Places to Work award winner by two national organizations that support diversity efforts by community colleges across the country.
Froedtert Hospital Trust reaches settlement to create $11.5 million scholarship program benefiting UWM, MATC
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Milwaukee Area Technical College will each receive $5.75 million for student scholarships as the result of a months-long legal fight over how Kurtis Froedtert's legacy to Milwaukee has been managed.
The University of Wisconsin-Superior and Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College have partnered to offer flexible, online University Transfer Degree — Associate to Bachelor's programs. The new partnership, which was officially recognized May 26, allows students to combine classes from both WITC and UWS to earn either an Associate of Arts or an Associate of Science degree from WITC.