The Wisconsin Technical College System is focused on a number of priorities to advance its Mission and Vision, creating a culture of collaboration in its work with internal and external partners.
WTCS Ambassador Program
The WTCS Ambassador program annually recognizes one student from each tech college and engages those students in a leadership development program.
Organizing technical college offerings and services within guided Career Pathways leads to learner success and creates a reliable talent pipeline for Wisconsin employers.
WTCS Student Success Center
Through the Student Success Center, Wisconsin’s technical colleges learn from – and build on – outstanding work at peer institutions, improving student outcomes.
Commitment to Progress
WTCS commits to creating safe spaces for students and staff and pathways to prosperity for all, and to preparing law enforcement officers for a complex job.
2023-25 Biennial Budget Request
Investment will allow WTCS colleges to expand upon proven strategies to deliver quality education and training to build the skilled talent pool for Wisconsin's employers, increase affordability for students, and support innovation.
State law requires WTCS to maintain a distinct formula for allocating a portion of general state aid to technical colleges, linking outcomes to investments.
October is Manufacturing Month! Manufacturing is one of Wisconsin's leading industries and our technical colleges offer more than 150 associate degrees, technical diplomas, certificates and short term credentials.
COVID-19 System Updates
WTCS operations and service to tech colleges, partners and the public remain at full capacity. Access updates on System Office operations here.
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.
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.