In just two weeks, Northeast Wisconsin Technical College (NWTC) has transitioned to remote operations to continue providing education and training that prepares the local skilled workforce.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic and Gov. Evers’ Safer at Home order, NWTC has closed all campus facilities to students and the public until April 24 and is maximizing work-from-home options for all employees.
Although NWTC’s buildings are quiet for now, staff members are available by phone, email or online chat so that students still have remote access to resources such as admissions, academic advisers, counseling services, career coaches and student-support services.
Students also have access to emergency funding and the Shared Harvest Food Pantry through NWTC’s remote services. Appointments for curbside grocery pickup and other resources are available.
NWTC has rescheduled the Green Bay graduation ceremony to June 26. New dates for NWTC’s Marinette and Sturgeon Bay graduations will be announced soon.