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General Information
800 Main Street
Pewaukee , Wisconsin 53072-4601

Disability Resource Office

Student Accessibility Office
800 Main Street
C-021
Pewaukee, Wisconsin 53072
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About Waukesha County Technical College

Waukesha County Technical College (WCTC) is a public, 2-year college located in Pewaukee, Wisconsin. It is renowned for its commitment to providing accessible education and career-oriented programs to students from all walks of life. Situated in the heart of Waukesha County, the university serves as a pillar of educational excellence in the surrounding area.

WCTC prides itself on its dedication to meeting the diverse educational needs of its students. Whether individuals are recent high school graduates, working professionals looking to enhance their skills, or adults seeking a career change, WCTC offers a wide range of programs that cater to various interests and career paths. Students can choose from over 150 areas of study, which include associate degrees, technical diplomas, and short-term certificates.

A key aspect of WCTC’s mission is to provide students with relevant, real-world education that prepares them for success in the job market. The university maintains strong partnerships with local businesses and industries, ensuring that its programs align with the needs of the workforce. This close collaboration allows students to gain valuable hands-on experience through internships, co-op opportunities, and industry-specific training. By connecting with employers in the region, WCTC graduates are well-equipped to enter the workforce with the skills and knowledge needed to excel in their chosen fields.

WCTC’s commitment to accessibility is reflected in its campus facilities and resources. The college ensures that its facilities are compliant with federal accessibility guidelines and offers a variety of support services to assist students with disabilities. From adaptive technology and assistive learning resources to academic accommodations, WCTC aims to create an inclusive environment where all students can thrive.

In addition to its strong academic focus, WCTC recognizes the importance of extracurricular activities and student engagement. The college boasts a vibrant campus life with numerous student clubs and organizations where students can explore their interests, build social connections, and develop leadership skills. From music ensembles and drama clubs to student government and professional organizations, there are ample opportunities for students to enhance their college experience outside of the classroom.

Located in Pewaukee, WCTC benefits from its proximity to a thriving community in Waukesha County. Pewaukee itself is known for its beautiful lakes, scenic parks, and recreational activities, providing students with an ideal environment to relax and unwind. Additionally, the county offers a robust job market and a diverse range of industries, making it an attractive hub for career opportunities.

Overall, WCTC stands as a beacon of accessible education and career training in Pewaukee, Wisconsin. With its extensive array of programs, industry partnerships, inclusive campus, and active student life, the college prepares students for success in the workforce while fostering personal growth and development.

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Disability Accommodations

Services Provided

Always
  • Notetaking Assistance
  • Exam Accomodations
  • Alternate Learning Material Formats (e-text, large print, etc.)
  • Scribe Services
  • Qualified Readers
  • Assistive technologies (screen readers, voice input, etc.)
  • Qualified Sign Language Interpreters
  • Text-Based Accommodations (CART or C-Print)
Occasionally
    Unavailable

      Services Provided

      Always
        Occasionally
        • Reduced courseload
        • Medical leave
        Unavailable
        • Degree Curriculum Substitutions
        • Priority Enrollment
        • Residence Hall Accommodations

        Campus Accessibility

        Accessible Level

        Fully
        • Mental Health Support Services
        • The library(ies)
        • Student Community Center and Other Common Gathering Areas
        • Primary Educational Facilities Used for Classes
        • Entertainment and Event Facilities
        • Close Off-Campus Transit
        • Essential Administrative Offices (financial aid, registration, students services, career counseling, etc.)
        Partially
        • Institution Online Platforms
        • Recreational and Athletic Facilities
        Minimally
        • Student Health Services
        • On-Campus Transit
        • Student Housing

        Services Provided

        Always
          Occasionally
          • Service and Emotional Support Animals
          • Study Abroad Program Accommodations
          • Internship, Externship, Field Placement, or other For-Credit, Off-Campus Work Experience Accommodations
          Unavailable
          • Dietary Meal Plan Accommodations