High School Hub: Begin Your Future
With the opportunity to pursue a career in one of many fast growing career fields, a high job placement rate, and transfer agreements with hundreds of universities, NTC is a great place to begin building your future. The education and experiences you have here will live on in your work and future success.
Why Choose NTC?
With low tuition rates and many scholarship opportunities available, NTC is the most affordable choice.
86 percent of the graduates of the class of 2013 were employed within six months of graduation.
NTC offers more than 300 different transfer options to over 40 public and private universities.
Find Your Career
With 150+ programs to choose from, you can connect with a Career Coach or begin exploring online to find the career that is right for you.
Our Career Pathways page has all of the college’s program and certificate offerings grouped into 17 Career Clusters, providing an organizing tool for exploring related career and program information.Explore Career Pathways
Jump-start Your Education
High school students can earn college credit through a variety of programs listed below.
Academies are composed of Dual Credit courses within the same Career Cluster, allowing high school students to earn 6-15 college credits that ladder seamlessly into NTC programs or other institutions of higher education.
Technical college courses are taught at high schools by college certified high school instructors at NO COST to the high school or student so you can begin earning college credit today.
High school juniors and seniors can earn college credit through paid apprenticeships at partnering area businesses.
College is more than courses and homework. NTC offers several ways for students to connect on campus and meet new people.
High school students and their parents are invited to attend and get an overview of NTC programs and services.
NTC students can live in the University of Wisconsin – Marathon County (UWMC) residence hall, which has a food plan option and is located on the bus line.
Intramural sports, social events, Student Government Association (SGA) and leadership development are just a few ways students can get involved and make new friends. Check out our Student Life blog to see the activities we offer to our students!
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