About Us

At Northcentral Technical College (NTC), we break cycles. We’ve been doing it with pride for 100 years. So, whether you are looking to advance in your current career, or are reaching for a new and exciting job of tomorrow, NTC’s 150+ associate degree, technical diploma and certificates can help you take your first step, or next step, in higher education. And, with two-thirds of the fastest growing occupations requiring a technical college education, NTC provides you with opportunities that prepare you for a future of possibility.
Whether you are taking traditional courses, late or anytime starts, online courses, summer offerings or Winterim courses, NTC is committed to offering you a customized academic experience. After all, education shouldn’t fit in a box. It should fit YOUR life. That’s why NTC offers a variety of flexible course and program options, including our new Virtual College, which can be completed completely online utilizing an iPad for student centered learning.

If you prefer to learn in a classroom environment, we have six convenient campus locations in Antigo, Medford, Phillips, Spencer, Wausau and Wittenberg, as well as a Public Safety Center of Excellence in Merrill, Agriculture Center of Excellence in Maine, Apprenticeship Center of Excellence in Wausau and a Wood Technology Center of Excellence in Antigo. You can also choose to continue your learning by transferring to one of the 30+ University of Wisconsin and private four-year universities who partner with NTC for transferability with junior status.
At NTC, a brighter future is just ahead. Join us on the road to success.

Lori A. Weyers, Ph.D.


Northcentral Technical College: Building futures one community, one workplace, one learner at a time.



Northcentral Technical College is the customer-focused, accessible provider of innovative life-long learning that builds a globally competitive workforce.


Northcentral Technical College:

  1. Communities have the capability to foster economic growth.
  2. Workplaces have an available and skilled workforce.
  3. Learners have the knowledge and skills necessary to explore, maintain or advance in employment or higher education


These are guiding principles or values that are inherent in the institution.

Learner Focus
We believe in an educational environment that exceeds learner expectations and helps them reach their unique potential.

Continuous Learning
We believe in a learning organization comprised of individuals who are competent, forward thinking, accountable, caring and collaborative.

We believe in innovation of learning and services through creativity and forward thinking.

We believe in access for all learners through geographic, financial, service, and learning delivery alternatives.

Service to Community
We believe in service to our communities to meet their economic and educational needs.

We believe in diversity of thought, culture, opinion, economic status, age, gender and physical capabilities.

Culture of Professionalism
We believe in a culture that exudes professionalism, treating internal and external customers with integrity and respect.


Innovation & Growth
The college develops ideas and implements new products or services to meet current and future stakeholder needs.

Strategic Partnerships
The College becomes the preferred strategic partner of area businesses and industries, K-12 districts, local communities, entrepreneurs and other institutions of higher education to support learning and economic development, establishing NTC as an educational leader.

Continuous Quality Improvement
The College develops innovative ways to continually improve learning, support systems, and processes, and the responsible use of natural resources that enhance organizational effectiveness and demonstrates sustainability.  The college encourages and supports professional growth and team development throughout the organization.

Fiscal Strength
The College prudently manages and strengthens its financial resources in order to thrive in a complex and changing environment.

Student Success
The College promotes student retention, degree completion, career and job placement and engages a diverse student population through its programs, support services, and campus settings.


Budget and Planning

Annual Financial Report

Diversity Report


  • Faculty & Staff