We’re excited that you’ve chosen NTC for your educational journey! Your first step is to gain admission into your program, and we strive to make that process as easy as possible for you.
We have a simple admissions process that often consists of only one or two short steps. To learn more about the specific actions required for your chosen program, please visit its individual program page to get started.
Please note that some programs have additional steps in the process, which may include the submission of transcripts or test scores, a petition process and/or a criminal background check. More information is available on each program page.
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Tuition & Fees
View tuition rates for the current or upcoming semester and learn more about additional fees that may apply to your tuition bill.
Financial aid can help you pay for your education through grants, loans, work-study programs and scholarships if you qualify for assistance.
Transferring Credits In
Did you begin your education at another college or university? NTC’s Transfer team is available to review your transcript to identify which courses we are eligible for transfer credit.
Credit for Prior Learning
Share with us what you already know, so you can spend time focusing on what you still need to learn. You have the opportunity to gain course credit for knowledge and skills gained through a variety of educational, work, military and other experiences.
Earn Credit for Military Service
Your military service and training experiences may qualify you for college credit. Any potential credit awarded will be based on the branch of military you served.
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Earn Credit for National Exams You’ve Completed
We can award you credit based on your scores for nationally-recognized exams, such as Advanced Placement and College-Level Examination Program tests.
Earn Credit for National Exams →
Earn Credit for Work–Life Experience
We have hundreds of Prior Learning Assessments available that can help you earn credit by demonstrating your ability to meet course competencies based on your work/life experience.
If you need help identifying which program is right for you, don’t worry. You have the option to fill out the application and become accepted to NTC as an undecided student. From there, we have resources available to help you select your program, including our Career Coaches and a Career Decisions course.
Are you undecided on your program choice, or do you simply want to know what the differences are between some of our Information Technology programs, for example? Our Career Coaches can work one-on-one with you to answer your questions.
You can start here and go anywhere by completing your first two years with NTC before you transfer to a four-year university at junior status. Our transfer specialist can help you develop a personal transfer plan to the university of your choice, including guaranteed transfer to UW-Madison.
Competitive Admissions Process
Some of our health programs and our Veterinary Technician program have a few additional steps that are required after being admitted to the college, but before you are able to begin core program courses.
NTC is a Military Friendly School, and we are proud to offer resources and assistance with veteran education benefits for veterans, service members and qualified family members.
Academic accommodations can provide you the resources you need to fully participate in all aspects of learning by reducing barriers and providing support.
International students wishing to attend NTC are required to fill out our standard application, but also must complete a few additional International student admissions steps. These include submitting a statement of financial resources and Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) scores.
We’re happy to help answer any questions you might have.