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Mid-State Technical 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.


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graduates are employed in 6 months


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median salary 6 months after graduation for all degree types

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Admissions Requirements

Start your admission to Mid-State 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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Mid-State Experience

Mid-State students enjoy perks and choose from a wide variety of clubs and organizations. We also offer dorm living and Global Education study abroad opportunities.

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Partnership with Sand Valley Golf Resort for culinary training is just one example of the hands-on experience and real-world opportunities Mid-State students enjoy.

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The Mid-State experience combines smaller classes, state-of-the-art technology, and flexible scheduling. Students enjoy a supportive environment, a dedicated academic advisor, free tutoring services, and more.

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Mid-State Technical College

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500 32nd Street North
Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494-5599

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Workforce Solutions

Mid-State has much to offer both profit and nonprofit employers. Our professional development solutions include customized on- or off-site contract training, technical assistance, workshops, conferences, and more to help local employers recruit, develop, and retain a highly skilled workforce.

  • Talent development courses and customized training to help employers instill leadership, safety, and technical skills.
  • Technical assistance designed to meet organizational needs and delivered on-site.
  • Industry training and credentialing opportunities.
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Inmates Embrace Education through New Mid-State Technical College Program

Providing a second chance to the local incarcerated population, Mid-State Technical College has collaborated with the county jails in its district to bring career awareness and high school equivalency instruction to inmates. Mid-State joined the Wood County Sheriff’s Department in celebrating its hard-working participants on May 26, presenting eight inmates with a certificate of achievement for successfully completing the new Career Awareness course from Mid-State.

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Student Ambassador Brandon Roberson

WTCS Ambassador Brandon Roberson recounts his experience at Mid-State Technical College.

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Mid-State News

Mid-State Technical College serves up new culinary program

A growing local demand for skilled kitchen professionals in the restaurant industry has led Mid-State Technical College to launch a new Culinary Arts degree program in fall of 2021. 

Mid-State launches new Agribusiness Agronomy program

Agribusiness is booming in central Wisconsin, and Mid-State Technical College is meeting the demand for trained professionals in the industry with a new Agribusiness Agronomy Technician program launching in fall 2021 and available at the Adams, Marshfield and  Stevens Point campuses. 

Mid-State, Portage County Business Council profile local businesses

A new podcast from Mid-State Technical College and the Portage County Business Council shares profiles of the entrepreneurs who make central Wisconsin such a great place to live and do business.