Student Life

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The College Experience

To round out and really make the most of your technical college experience, we encourage all students to participate in various student life activities as much as possible.

Understanding that students already have a lot going on, student life activities provide valuable networking opportunities and can greatly enhance learning and social opportunities through the college. In some cases, for example with clubs and organizations, you can apply knowledge in practical ways and develop strengths in areas where you have less knowledge or experience.

Student Life Opportunities

  • Arts and cultural events (drama, musical performance, art exhibits, portfolio shows)
  • Skills competitions through SkillsUSA and other student clubs
  • Athletics (intramural and NJCAA) and even e-sports
  • Leadership opportunities like student ambassadors at the college and state level
  • Community involvement and service learning
  • Student newspaper
  • Global education and study abroad
  • Clubs and organizations
  • Student government
  • Academic honor societies like Phi Theta Kappa
  • On campus residence halls at many colleges
    • Fox Valley Technical College
    • Mid-State Technical College
    • Milwaukee Area Technical College
    • Northeast Wisconsin Technical College
    • Southwest Wisconsin Technical College
    • Western Technical College
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