Learn About Us
Before you decide to become a student at Waukesha County Technical College, we invite you to learn about us! WCTC provides three easy ways to discover what the College is all about. Interested students can schedule a small group tour, attend an open house event or participate in college special events.
Whether you're interested in exploring a degree or diploma program, taking a certificate to refine skills in a specific area, learning a new hobby through a non-credit course or developing entrepreneurial skills to make your small business succeed, WCTC offers this type of programming and so much more. WCTC's offerings provide numerous opportunities for full- or part-time students, those looking for in-class or online experiences and those needing accelerated learning formats.
General tours are scheduled regularly throughout the year and include an overview of WCTC resources and a short review of program areas of study. A walking tour of the campus is led by staff and students. Please note: During summer 2015, Waukesha County Technical College will be making updates to the campus to improve the student experience. Several areas of the campus will be under construction and may not be included on college tours.
Operation Career Now
The Operation Career Now event provides veteran job seekers, active duty military members, guard and reserve members, and military spouses and dependents, an opportunity to meet face-to-face with WCTC college representatives, veteran service organization representatives and veteran-friendly employers in a comfortable, one-stop setting.
One of the best ways to learn about our College is to visit during an open house. These sessions are scheduled throughout the year and are geared toward adult learners, high school students and parents. A WCTC open house will provide answers and insights into a wide range of programs and careers.
Attend College Events
WCTC hosts various events throughout the year, such as those with program and industry-specific themes. Many of these events are specific to programs, but others provide general information about WCTC.
For more information call Jodi Wiesneski 262.691.5129.