Location
Green Bay, WI
Undergrads
3,429
Tuition (in-state)
$5,638 ($3,884)
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Reviews 124 total reviews with an average rating of 3.8

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4 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: You can go as fast or as slow as you want to with your classes, which makes it nice because LIFE HAPPENS! Having started up school again this summer along with planning my wedding and holding down two jobs, I am grateful for the flexibility NWTC has had with wiggling me into the schedule somehow.

4 College Sophomore

Career Services: Very helpful staff who always message you back even though they likely have emails flooding in all the time. May take a few days, but they ALWAYS get back to you! Lots of the degrees offer "on the job" sort of classes that put your foot in the door for future employment. From what I've heard, NWTC is a good school when it comes to students being employed in the field of their degree.

College Sophomore

Academic Experience: I am still in the pre-program for the Radiography program, so many of my classes are still Gen. Ed. classes. Lots of students going into different majors.

3 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: Teachers are always pretty good. Always willing to help. Some utilize Blackboard, which is kind of a neat site that allows you to keep up to date on your classes and homework. They also use "MyFoundations" which is a cool concept and works, but in my opinion is EXTREMELY overcharged considering the "book" you pay for is a piece of cardboard with a code printed on it. I know they are trying to make money, but 95 bucks is a little bit outrageous.

4 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: The layout is pretty clear to understand, and even if you get lost, there are many maps around to help you. Most people are more than happy to help you find what it is you are looking for. We have a nice gym and the student center is the bomb. There is also a nice cozy cafe downstairs (separate from the cafeteria) that serves the best coffee.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: Haven't utilized many of these, I have brought in my own computer though. It hooks up to the wi-fi right away and the teachers generally have no problem with you swapping the campus computers out to use your own.

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: Learning what I need to know for my career choice is crucial to my future. This is something I, as a determined student, am willing to pay for even if I think it's a little bit expensive.

4 College Sophomore

Online Courses: I am not a fan of the fee price, but the classes are worth their weight. They are not useless, and yes you learn a lot from them. However in my opinion they should be lowered in price since the student is not getting that one-on-one in person time with the teacher.

4 College Sophomore

Student Body: Mixed ages and ethnicities and backgrounds. It's great to see all different types of people mingle together who might not otherwise.

College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: I didn't qualify for it... ever. I've applied a total of 4 semesters and they have granted me nothing. I suspect when I turn 24, this will change. Hopefully.

4 College Sophomore

Facilities: I like that NWTC is a college for EVERYONE not just those fresh out of highschool. That being said, I don't feel like I am out of place being in my early twenties. There is a nice mix of student age groups. Teachers are always more than helpful.

The one thing I am not a fan of, is the new class everyone has to take called College 101. 140 bucks, and a "book" which is really just a piece of cardboard with a code on it for 96 bucks. This class used to be free and STILL REQUIRED and it was called "New Student Orientation". I feel like I shouldn't have to take this since I have some college already under my belt. It felt like a huge waste of money!

OTHER THAN THAT! I enjoy my school!

5 College Senior

Online Courses: I havn't taken an online course. Submitting some assignments and quizzes online is about it. And it was pretty easy.

5 College Senior

Career Services: Job placement at this school is amazing. There are options of setting up mock interviews, resume building, and endless financial and leadership courses. Basic life skills can be learned here. Employers are abundant and are in close contacts with our instructors.

4 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: It's been terrific. Everything was easy. My schedule was pretty simple and all the classes I'm taking are, in my opinion, the best combination of courses for my career.

5 College Senior

Campus Resources: There's so much I'm not sure where to begin. We have a gymnasium and fitness center that we can access anytime. The student center is always open and every time I've been there have had absolutely zero issues. The workers are on top of things and have handled me amazingly every time. The library has infinite books and resources. Joined with the computer lab, resources really are endless at the college. Our instructors have office hours when we can schedule meetings with them personally and talk one on one about our grades, career options, or other opportunities.

4 College Senior

Campus Resources: It's quite often blackboard, which is the schools online center for grades basically, is down and not available. Otherwise, access to a computer is endless. Printing can be done from the computer lab or library. WIFI is available almost anywhere in the school except a few spots in some rooms. However, when it's there, it is fast.

5 College Senior

Student Body: I'd say the people at my school, who range from out of high school to their 50s, have a great eagerness to learn. Everyone who's there wants to be there and is getting hands on training for their careers. Like I said, the age range is diverse. There are 19 year olds in my class and there are 35 year old as well. I take welding and our instructor really pushes us and makes a real shop environment, better preparing us for what we'll see. Sometimes it's tough and we stress over whether or not we'll get stuff done in time. All programs are like that though I'm sure. It's a very comfortable environment and the instructors make it very clear that they're there for us.

4 College Senior

Overall Experience: Small classes, teachers care and try hard to provide resources. The Architecture/Engineering building needs to be updated in terms of technology. Food service is not high quality and very expensive.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: Architectural Technology is demanding at times but worth it. I already have a job in my field before graduation.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: Professors are very helpful. Registering is easy. Workload is high and there isn't really tutoring available. Curriculum as thorough as it can be for a 2 year program.

4 College Senior

Career Services: The career center is very helpful with writing your resume and cover letter.

3 College Senior

Online Courses: It's more expensive then regular classes and they often give a heavier work load b/c you have to prove that you're the one doing everything.

4 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: Credit from UW school transferred. You can go part-time or full-time fairly easily except that many of my core classes were only offered once a year so if you got sick or something unfortunate happens, you have to wait a whole year to make that up.

4 College Senior

Student Body: Wide range of ages, races, and religions.

5 College Senior

Career Services: Havent started classes there yet but all the people jn the student center are
Always so helpful

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