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(WAUSAU, Wis.) – Northcentral Technical College (NTC) is pleased to open the doors to Timberwolf Learning Commons, a 12,440 square foot collaborative learning space that serves as a one-stop-shop for academic and technology support for students. The Timberwolf Learning Commons features a collaboration room where students can gather to work on group projects or hold study sessions. It also features a large learning lab, quiet study areas and access to the IT Help Desk, Academic Resource Center and Library.

“Student success is at the heart of everything that we do at NTC and Timberwolf Learning Commons is designed to support that success,” said Brooke Schindler, Dean of NTC’s School of General Studies.  “We are excited to open this innovative space to increase accessibility to the free support services that are available to NTC students.”
Timberwolf Learning Commons also features charging stations and several bring-your-own-device stations where students can connect their personal devices to large, dual screen work stations. Support for technology within the Timberwolf Learning Commons was provided through the Edward & Lois Drott Legacy Fund of the Community Foundation of North Central Wisconsin.

Grand Opening of Timberwolf Learning Commons
NTC students stand alongside leaders from the Wausau Community Foundation and NTC’s mascot inside the Timberwolf Learning Commons during the grand opening event.

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Northcentral Technical College ( is north central Wisconsin's premier two-year college of choice and is a resource for all District residents. It provides individuals, organizations and businesses with quality skills training in a wide range of programs designed to build a competitive, technologically advanced workforce in today's rapidly changing global environment. NTC has seven convenient locations and three Centers of Excellence in Antigo, Medford, Merrill, Phillips, Spencer, Wausau and Wittenberg.

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