800 Main Street, Pewaukee, WI 53072
Waukesha County Technical College is a two-year community college and trade school in Pewaukee, WI. Admission is open to all, given its 100% acceptance rate. It has a smaller student body with full-time enrollment of 1,486 undergrads. Waukesha County Tech's most preferred major is a Nursing Assistant Certificate, which is elected by 24% of the student body. Alternative common choices include Emergency Medical Technician (EMT Paramedic), which accounts for 6% of students, and Machine and Metal Working (4%). If you would like to major in dental while living in Wisconsin but don't have high test scores, Waukesha County Tech is an excellent choice for you, because its dental program is the third best in the state. What's more, Waukesha County Technical College places 5th in Wisconsin for best community colleges. At full sticker price, in-state tuition goes for $4,625 a year, but for applicants living elsewhere, tuition goes for $6,584. That being said, 57% of Waukesha County Tech students are awarded financial aid. 44% of Waukesha County Technical College students conclude their education with a degree, fresh and awaiting to land a stimulating profession. Two years after graduation, graduates take home an average yearly salary of $31,200. After an additional four years working, the graduate's average annual earnings grows 15.1% to $35,900; however, that is still 10.5% below the national median salary. Many of you may want to be informed that it does not have early decision. Secondly, the student-professor ratio is 17:1, and about 57% of first-year, part-time students continue studying the next year. Relating to your wallet, be aware that the average tuition for people from households earning between $30k and $48k a year is $8,489. When grading its campus, Waukesha County Tech received a 9.46 and Waukesha County Tech's academics rating on School Authority is 8.5. To wind things up, six years after receiving their degrees, one fourth of graduates make $52,500 or more and 14% of alums are unemployed six years after college.
Average Aid Awarded
Students Recieving Financial Aid
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT Paramedic)
Machine and Metal Working
Truck, Bus, and Commercial Vehicle Operation
Police and Criminal Science