Graduation Requirements

To earn an associate degree, a student must successfully complete the curriculum in effect when they began the program and demonstrate their competencies on performance assessment tasks. Twenty-five percent of these credits must be taken through NTC. A student must also complete 25 percent of the credits in the occupational courses in their program at NTC. Credits received through transfers or other advanced placement procedures do not count toward the 25 percent requirement for total credits or the occupational credits.

To earn a technical diploma, students must successfully complete the curriculum in effect at the time of starting the program and demonstrate their competence. Twenty-five percent of the credits must be taken through NTC. Credits received through transfers or other advanced placement procedures do not count toward this requirement.

Students must have at least a 2.0 GPA in their occupational courses and an overall 2.0 GPA to graduate. The courses needed to graduate are set when a student enters a program.

Before a student receives their associate degree or diploma, they must return all school equipment and books, and pay all school debts.

Educational Guarantee
If a student obtains a technical diploma or associate degree, the Wisconsin Technical College System guarantees up to six free credits of additional instruction within the same occupational program if they cannot find a job in the field for which they were trained and have actively pursued, and not refused, employment and job placement assistance or within 90 days after beginning employment, their employer certifies to the local College Board that they lack entry-level job skills and specifies, in writing, the areas of deficiency.

Student Right-to-Know Act
The “Student Right-to-Know” Act states colleges must disclose, upon request of current and prospective students, information concerning the completion or graduation rates of certificate or degree‑seeking full‑time students who enter the institution. For additional information, please contact Student Services at 715.803.1029.

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