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Student Support


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Student Support

Wisconsin's technical colleges are unlike most colleges or universities because students are not turned away based on past academic performance.

Our faculty and staff are committed to each student's success and our colleges provide many services to help students succeed. If math or language skills are lacking, for example, the technical college will support the student's growth in that area before enrolling them in a more difficult course.

Our colleges are here to help you every step of the way... from enrollment through finding a career you love.

Services and Accommodations

If you need assistance as you travel through your educational journey, you can always reach out to the student services department at the college, or talk directly with your instructor.

Basic refresher courses may be available, or other services and assistance will be provided. Whether you might benefit from tutoring, writing assistance, computer equipment, note taking, studying skills, or other accommodations, our colleges will help you meet your goals.

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Student Success Center

Supporting the efforts of Wisconsin’s 16 technical colleges to develop student-centered pathways and increase student completion rates.

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Student Services

Committed to each student's success

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Student Life

The full college experience

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Contact a college for information on available support services