(WAUSAU, Wis.) – Students who start their four-year degree at Northcentral Technical College (NTC) have the opportunity to save even more money through a new scholarship. Due to the generosity of the NTC Foundation, the Liberal Arts Transfer scholarship is available to the first 30 students who apply, are accepted to the program and register for classes by May 31, 2021.
“This opportunity will allow students who may not have thought about pursuing their bachelor’s degree because of cost, relocating, or other reasons to have the option to start their four-year degree at NTC,” said Darren Ackley, Vice President of Learning at NTC.
The Liberal Arts Transfer program is an agreement between NTC and Madison College. Students can choose to either earn their associate degree after two years or transfer to a four-year university to earn a bachelor’s degree. Due to the partnership with Madison College, this program also has a guaranteed transfer path to UW-Madison.
Students can choose from four pre-majors including:
- Arts and Humanities
- Economics and Pre-Business
- Pre-Professional Health
- Science, Math and Technology
Northcentral Technical College (www.ntc.edu) 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 six convenient campus locations in Wausau, Antigo, Medford, Phillips, Spencer, and Wittenberg, as well as a Public Safety Center of Excellence in Merrill, a Wood Technology Center of Excellence in Antigo and an Agriculture Center of Excellence just north of the Wausau Campus in the Village of Maine. The Wausau Campus also features a Center for Health Sciences, Center for Business & Industry, Information Technology & Entrepreneurial Center (iTEC), STEM Center, Advanced Manufacturing and Engineering Center of Excellence, SPOONS restaurant, Studio Max Salon + Spa and a Center for Geriatric Education.