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Alumni Association

At NTC, you earned your degree or credential and gained the confidence you needed to make your mark in the world. But that isn’t the end of your link to NTC. Your alma mater continues to be a resource, ready to help in whatever way possible.

Mission Statement

The Alumni Association exists to support the mission of Northcentral Technical College through developing a lasting and mutually beneficial relationship between the alumni and the college.

Member Benefits

If you are a graduate of NTC, you are welcome to take advantage of the many benefits available to you. This includes services to help you maximize your education, and discounts to help your money go further. An alumni membership card may be required for some benefits.

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Stay Connected

You can stay connected with your school and fellow alumni. Here’s how you can stay involved:

  • Connect with other alumni on our social networking sites: Facebook and LinkedIn
  • Attend NTC Alumni Advisory Council Meetings
  • Volunteer to help Northcentral Technical College’s students and programs

Join Us

Connect with your peers, earn discounts, and give back by joining the alumni association.

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Donate today to support scholarships for current NTC Students. All proceeds go directly to student scholarships.

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Contact Us

For more information, contact the Alumni Office by phone at 715.803.1491 (toll-free: 888.682.7144 Ext. 1491), or via email at

Alumni Stories

Lee Lo

Owner, Compassion Personal Home Care

Lee Lo is an American success story. She came to the United States at the tender age of 14, relocating from a refugee camp in Thailand. Before coming to the U.S., Lo had little understanding of what life would be like here. Her only exposure was Red Cross nurses who came to tend to her dying four month old brother. Lo didn't understand who they were until she arrived in the States and was able to ask, through an interpreter, who the people were with red crosses on their hats. She learned, for the first time, the meaning of a nurse. At that moment she knew someday, somehow, she was going to be one.

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