WTCS publications provide useful information about the System, including consistently positive outcomes for students and employer partners.
We publish a variety of reports, some annually and others periodically. These reports range from providing basic facts about our colleges, students and programs (WTCS Fact Book) to providing detailed outcomes information that demonstrates the vital role Wisconsin's technical colleges play in Wisconsin communities and the state's economy (Graduate Outcomes, Five-Year Graduate Follow-up, Employer Satisfaction, Apprenticeship Completion, Dual Credit and Credit Transfer).
Employment outcomes for Associate Degree and Technical Diploma graduates
5-Year Graduate Follow-Up
Employment outcomes and career advancement for technical college graduates five years post-graduation
Employment outcomes for registered Apprentices receiving instruction through a Wisconsin technical college
WTCS surveys the employers that hire our grads, who evaluate technical college programs and graduates’ skills
A comprehensive guide to Wisconsin's technical colleges and the more than 500 relevant, affordable, employment-focused programs they offer
You want the best for your child, especially when it comes to important decisions about the future. When your child attends a Wisconsin technical college, be assured they will have outstanding educational and social opportunities.
Workforce Advancement Training (WAT) Grants
Workforce Advancement Training (WAT) grants can help offset your customized training costs. Working with your local technical college, you can explore whether a WAT grant may work to meet your training needs.
Overview of Wisconsin high school students earning dual credits from technical colleges, number of credits earned, and the value of those credits
Summary of credits transferred to Wisconsin technical colleges, as well as from technical colleges to our many four-year colleges and university partners
Mission, Vision, Values, Directions and Goals for the Wisconsin Technical College System
System-wide Equity Report
A 2021 analysis of student outcomes and staff diversity, based on race and ethnicity, and of technical college employment trends.
Fact Book: Student Data
Trend data for enrollments, demographics, outcomes and customized instruction and technical assistance for employers
Fact Book: Financial Data
The WTCS Fact Book: Financial Data details costs, revenues, and other financial data for Wisconsin's 16 public, two-year technical colleges.
Open Educational Resources (OER)
A guide for technical college faculty, staff and leaders to use OER to reduce students' textbook costs and promote inclusion.
Report to the Wisconsin Legislature, detailing the System's structure and outcomes for the most recent biennium
The Wisconsin Technical College System delivers high-quality educational opportunities for justice-involved individuals, leading to sustainable income and postsecondary pathways that support lifelong learning.
To inform education practices and policies, the WTCS institutional research team conducts action research projects. An action research project analyzes a specific question (or set of questions) to provide insight that is actionable for improving student success and closing student equity gaps.
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.