Undecided Students

Not sure where to start? We're here to help!

Our friendly admissions advisors are here to help you throughout the entire WCTC admissions process. They provide comprehensive, one-on-one support to help you complete your admissions steps and get started at WCTC. Appointments are available in person, virtually via Zoom or by phone.

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Contact Information

WCTC Admissions Advisors

Matt Halbach | 262.691.5139 | admissions@wctc.edu
Elyse Eggers | 262.691.5487 | admissions@wctc.edu

Admissions advisors can:

  • Support you as you complete your program admission steps and the student onboarding process.
  • Offer in-depth detail on academic programs, so you can choose the path that’s best for you.
  • Discuss the similarities and differences among associate degree, technical diploma, and certificate programs and how they relate to career pathway opportunities.
  • Explore transfer in/transfer out opportunities and provide an unofficial evaluation of your prior college coursework to determine which courses will transfer into your program.
  • Help you interpret your placement assessment scores and understand how they affect your course sequence.
  • Provide campus resources, financial literacy information and more!

How to Choose a WCTC Program

A WCTC degree or certificate can take you in a variety of interesting directions, from construction technology to culinary management to early childhood education. How do you choose the right path for you? Start here:


Explore Your Options


Research Careers and Educational Programs

  • Review WCTC's programs to explore those that match your quiz results.
  • Explore ONetOnline to research careers and salaries for entry-level and experiences employees in Wisconsin. (Click on "I want to be a..." to explore My Next Move.)

Select Your Program

Once you've made your pick, explore the program's webpage for details on how to apply, application deadlines and more.

Want to Try Something Different?

A nontraditional occupation (NTO) is any job in which your gender makes up less than 25 percent of the workforce — for example, women in the skilled trades or men in healthcare. We love seeing our students break through barriers in industries historically dominated by one gender.