La Crosse, WI
400 Seventh St. North, La Crosse, WI 54601
Western Technical College - Wisconsin is a two-year community college and trade school located in La Crosse, WI. It is open to anyone, with a 100% acceptance rate. It is a small sized institution with full-time enrollment of 1,636 undergraduates. Western Tech - Wisconsin undergrads can choose from 63 potential majors across eight academic disciplines. The most frequently preferred focuses are Nursing Assistant, Nursing, and Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN), which combined are chosen by 28% of students. Its mechanics repair program is ranked 15th in America, and its medical assistant technology and mechanics repair programs both ranks first in Wisconsin. Furthermore, Western Technical College - Wisconsin ranked 3rd in WI according to our best value 2 year colleges list. At sticker price, tuition costs $4,182 a year for applicants with residences in Wisconsin. Otherwise, tuition can go for as much as $6,695. If that's too great a cost for you, be aware that more than 90% of Western Tech - Wisconsin students procure scholarship or grant funding. 52% of Western Technical College - Wisconsin students end up earning a diploma, heading into the job market equipped to make an income. On average, alumni take home an annual income of $30,300 a couple years after graduating. After four additional years in the job market, the graduate's average annual earnings grows 15.2% to $34,900; however, that is still 13% shy of the national median. You might also like to be informed that Western Tech - Wisconsin doesn't offer early decision. In addition, it does not provide a remote program. Regarding your pocketbook, be aware that students awarded Pell grants receive $4,904 in monetary aid on average and 58% of undergrads are awarded Pell grants. Its party scene rating on School Authority is 9.79 and its campus rating on School Authority is 8.97. In terms of the student experience, on-campus housing is available. Lastly, on average, Western Tech - Wisconsin students graduate with $4,473 per year of debts and 15% of graduates fail to repay their student loans.
Average Aid Awarded
Students Recieving Financial Aid
Licensed Practical Nurse Training (LPN)
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT Paramedic)