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Admissions Process

Admissions FAQ's

What occurs during the admissions interview?

To complete the admission process requires a counselor interview.  During this interview a counselor will review your admissions testing, discuss your interests in pursuing this program, refer you to financial aid and scholarships, inquire about individual circumstances which impact student ability to succeed including child care, work schedules, transportation, etc. and development of a program plan.

Are there any assessment options for admissions?

Students can complete the WITC admissions process including the placement assessment (ACCUPLACER®) and counselor interview.  Students who provide ACT scores, transcripts from a post-secondary school, placement scores from a post-secondary school, or documentation of an associate degree or higher, may waive the admission placement assessment.

Do I need to declare a program?

Students who wish to take classes unassigned (student who has not applied or completed college admission requirements for a program) may take credit courses without declaring a program. However, students who wish to receive financial aid must be admitted to a financial aid eligible program.

Do I need to make an appointment to meet with a counselor for an admissionís interview?

Yes, you should schedule an appointment with a counselor on the campus you plan to attend.

Ashland | New Richmond | Rice Lake | Superior

How much is tuition and other expenses for my program?

A counselor will go over your tuition, books, and other fees during your admission interview. Check the Estimated Total Program Cost page for tool and other expenses unique to individual programs.

TIP: Bring your high school and/or college transcripts to your interview

The college uses the completed assessment, along with high school and other postsecondary transcripts, to measure your skill level and to help place you in courses and/or a program. YOUR TRANSCRIPTS MUST BE OFFICIAL COPIES FROM THE SCHOOL(S) ATTENDED AND IN SEALED ENVELOPES TO BE CONSIDERED.