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WITC-Superior Student Services Directory

Address: 600 North 21st Street ~ Superior WI 54880
Phone: 715.394.6677
800.243.9482  (24-hour voice mail)
715.394.4598  (fax)

 
Services and Hours
Advising Topic (Alphabetical)  WITC Superior Contacts
Academic/Grade Appeal: A grade can be appealed within six weeks of the end of the course. Contact by e-mail, fax, phone, or visit. Email Kristen Vesel (x 6291)
Dean of Students
Accommodation Support Services: Contact our Student Services Office by email, phone, or an in-person visit. Accommodations must be requested 14 days in advance of need. Documentation required. Email Kristy McGiffert  (x 6327)
Accommodations Specialists
ACCUPLACER®: WITC uses ACCUPLACER® as its admission/course placement assessment tool. It is a computerized test in reading, writing, and math. The entrance assessment requirement may be waived if you have an associate degree or higher or have satisfactory scores that are less than three years old on a recent college entrance test such as the ACCUPLACER®, ACT, ASSET, or COMPASS. Official transcripts or test results required. The entrance assessment may be administered with accommodations, such as paper/pencil, audio, calculator use, and private room. Official documentation of a disability must be provided to an Accommodations Specialist prior to testing for eligibility determination. Call 800.243.9482 and dial the correct extension on the right. ACCUPLACER® is an important assessment and we encourage all students to brush up their skills and review one or more of the valuable online study resources WITC has made available. For an appointment, contact Student Services (x 6271)
Admission to WITC

WITC has an easy 3-step program admissions process. All three steps are required for program admission. For the fastest admissions decision, complete all three steps in one campus visit!

Step One: Apply (online application)
Step Two: Study and Assess
Step Three: Interview

Email Cindy Miller (x 6243)
Admissions Advisor
Adult Basic Education is offered through the Student Success Center. Success Center teachers match resources and materials to individual skill levels as students advance toward their goals. Both individualized and group instruction is available. Services include: study and test-taking strategies, GED/HSED preparation, and college preparation coursework for students not yet enrolled in college. The Student Success Center is part of WITC’s Learning Commons. Email Kim Davidson (x 6210)
Student Success Teaching Assistant
Advising: After a student is admitted to a program at WITC, they are assigned a faculty advisor. For more information on your faculty advisor contact Student Services. Superior Campus Staff Directory
Application to WITC Email Cindy Miller (x 6243)
Admissions Advisor
Application Dates (How to Apply)
  • On or after October 1 for the following fall term
  • On or after February 1 for the following spring term
  • On or after July 1 for the following summer term
Email Cindy Miller (x 6243)
Admissions Advisor
Assessment: WITC uses ACCUPLACER® as its admission/course placement assessment tool. It is a computerized test in reading, writing, and math. Some programs will also require elementary Algebra and a computer literacy assessment. The entrance assessment requirement may be waived if you have an associate degree or higher or have satisfactory scores that are less than three years old on a recent college entrance test such as ACCUPLACER®, ACT, ASSET, or COMPASS. Official transcripts or test results required. The entrance assessment may be administered with accommodations, such as paper/pencil, audio, calculator use, and private room. Official documentation of a disability must be provided to an Accommodations Specialist prior to testing for eligibility determination. Call 800.243.9482 and dial the correct extension on the right. Contact Student Services (x 6271)
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AA/EEO Officer/Vice President, Human Resources & Employee Relations Affirmative Action Officer/Title IX, Section 504, and Title VII Coordinator
Bill Payment/Finances Email Mary Jo Anderson (x 6218)
Business Office Technician
BlackBoard Support  
Books: Books are available for rental or purchase online or by visiting any WITC Bookstore.(Book charge process) Email Diane Schmitt (x 6409)
Bookstore Manager

Superior Campus Bookstore
Calendar: When do semesters start and end? Do we get a spring break? Check out our on-line calendar. Contact Student Services (x 6271)
Career Planning & Assessment Services: In today’s world every person’s career journey follows a different path. This path is guided by an individual’s past experiences and also by decisions that were made throughout their life. The staff at WITC will work to guide you down the path that will lead to the program or career that is most appropriate for you. WITC offers three options to begin the career exploration journey: Contact Student Services (x 6271)
ClassFinder Contact Student Services (x 6271)
Complaints: E-mail or fax us about your concerns Email Comments
Counseling Services: WITC counselors provide professional services to empower students in maximizing their potential for educational and occupational success. A holistic approach in a confidential setting provides a full spectrum of counseling services in career, academic, personal and crisis counseling. Email Mary Frostman (x 6213)
Email Kent Lundahl (x 6306)
Counselors
Course Information: Email Cindy Miller (x 6243)
Admissions Advisor
Credit for Prior Learning: The college has developed policies and procedures governing the evaluation of credit for prior learning applications. You are responsible for requesting credit in a timely manner and for providing the required documentation prior to enrolling in the course. For more information, contact the Student Services office or the admissions advisor at your campus. Email Amanda Hellman (x 6240)
Student Services Assistant
Direct Deposit Information Email Mary Jo Anderson (x 6218)
Business Office Technician
Disability Services: Contact our Student Services Office by email, phone, or an in-person visit. Accommodations must be requested 14 days in advance of need. Documentation required. Email Kristy McGiffert  (x 6327)
Accommodations Specialists
Dropping\Withdrawing: Contact by e-mail, fax, phone, phone, mail, or visit in person. Email Mary Frostman (x 6213)
Email Kent Lundahl (x 6306)
Counselors
 
Or contact your Academic Advisor:
Superior Staff Contacts
Educational Tax Benefits (1098T) Email Mary Jo Anderson (x 6218)
Business Office Technician
Educational Technology Center (ETC): Students can access not only the hardware and software, but also the expertise, they need to succeed with the following: basic computer assistance, Blackboard, computers, email, My WITC, online learning, open computer lab. The Educational Technology Center is part of WITC’s Learning Commons. Email Venessa Osborne (x 6354)
ETC Teacher Assistant
Email: All students admitted to a program receive a WITC email address.  
Emergency Notification System Email Kristen Vesel (x 6291)
Dean of Students
Employment Services at WITC Email Kristen Vesel (x 6291)
Dean of Students
Evaluation of Instruction  
Financial Aid: The WITC Financial Aid office assists students by awarding financial aid to help pay education-related expenses. Financial aid is available from federal, state, and private resources. There are four primary types of financial aid programs: grants, scholarships, loans and federal work-study.
  • Grants and scholarships are free money you will not have to pay back.
  • Loans are money you will have to pay back.
  • Federal work-study is money you will not have to pay back. You earn federal work-study money by working part-time through WITC. You can use this earned money to help pay for your education-related expenses.

Refer to the Department of Education Federal Student Aid Guide for a comprehensive overview of the federal programs.

Financial Aid Forms

Email Renee Hudacek (x 6290)
Financial Aid Advisor
GED/HSED: WITC offers HSED and GED Testing on a regular basis. Please contact the campus of your choice to make an appointment for the required orientation. Email Kim Davidson (x 6210)
Student Success Teaching Assistant
Grades/Transcripts: Upon completion of your coursework, your instructor will submit your grade(s) into our Student Information System. Your grades will be available on My WITC approximately one week after the end of the term.

Official Transcripts (fee required): There are three ways in which you can order an official transcript from WITC: over the Internet, mail/fax, or in-person. The quickest and most convenient way to request an official transcript is to order it over the Internet.

Unofficial Transcripts (free):There are three ways in which you can order an unofficial transcript from WITC, your MyWITC, mail/fax, or in-person. The quickest and most convenient way to request an unofficial transcript is to order it through your MyWITC portal. Unofficial transcripts are available to currently-enrolled and former students with an active login and password. Click here for detailed instructions on how to request an Unofficial Transcript Through MyWITC. If you need to reset your MyWITC portal account or to request a login and password, click here to Reset/Create MyWITC Portal Access. Unofficial transcripts have the same information as an official transcript, but they are printed on plain paper and do not contain the electronic signature of the registrar.

If you have questions about placing an order or checking the status of a previously placed order, please contact Credentials, Inc. to speak with a customer service representative at (847) 716-3005 between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m., Monday through Thursday and between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. (CST) on Fridays.
Graduation Information: For December graduation, the Intent to Graduate form must be received in Student Services by early November; for May graduation, the form must be received by early March. Participation is not required to achieve graduate status. Contact Student Services for more specific information about graduation.

Graduate Placement Summary: (for program detail, click Areas of Study)

Return petition to:
WITC Superior
Attention: Amanda Hellman
Student Services Assistant
600 N 21st Street
Superior WI 54880
800.243.9482 (x 6240)
Health Services: Contact the College Health Nurse by e-mail, fax, phone, mail, or visit her in person or visit Health Services. Email June Farkas (x 6211)
College Health Nurse
Help – Academic: The WITC Learning Commons combines the resources and services students need to interact with technology, collaborate with one another, and find support for their academic efforts. Email Allison Stucke  (x 6610)
LRC Technician
Email Venessa Osborne (x 6354)
ETC Teacher Assistant
Email Kim Davidson (x 6210)
Student Success Teaching Assistant
Help – Educational Technology Center (ETC):
College is all about technology and the Educational Technology Center teaching assistants are here to provide on-the-ground support with WITC's online services.

Contact the ETC for hands on support with:
  • Blackboard
  • Computers
  • Open computer labs
  • Other technology questions

ETC Staff and Hours

Email Venessa Osborne (x 6354)
ETC Teacher Assistant
Help – Student Services
Have a non-technical question? Ask Student Services!

Student Services Support Includes:

  • Admissions
  • Campus Information
  • Continuing Education
  • Financial Aid
  • Graduation
  • Registration and more
Contact Student Services (x 6271)
Help - Technology
24/7 Help Desk Support Includes:
  • MyCampus Single Sign-on
  • WITC email
  • MyWITC Portal
  • Blackboard (Online Learning system)
  • Computer hardware and software
  • Lab and Classroom Technology
  • Library/Learning Resource Center Systems
  • Network and wireless access
  • Administrative Systems (Online Timesheet and Leave System, Cognos Reporting, Financials, QuickPlace and PeopleSoft)
WITC Web Site
Off Campus
Dial Toll Free: 877-4MYWITC (877.469.9482)
On Campus: Dial extension 7300 Help Desk Online:
submit a ticket, live chat, downloads and more!

How to Apply to WITC
WITC has an easy 3-step program admissions process. All three steps are required for program admission. For the fastest admissions decision, complete all three steps in one campus visit!

Step One: Apply
Step Two: Study and Assess
Step Three: Interview
Email Cindy Miller (x 6243)
Admissions Advisor
HSED/GED WITC offers HSED and GED Testing on a regular basis. Please contact the campus of your choice to make an appointment for the required orientation. Contact Kim Davidson (x 6271)
Student Success Teaching Assistant
Internet Usage: Students are expected to use WITC's Web site in a responsible manner that is consistent with Federal, State, and local laws. For full details of WITC’s policy, refer to the “Student Rights and Responsibilities” in the WITC Student Handbook.  
Interview (Admissions) Students are required to meet with a counselor following the assessment to review program choice and assessment score. If you are unable to meet in person, a phone interview may be scheduled. Email Mary Frostman (x 6213)
Email Kent Lundahl (x 6306)
Counselors
Learning Commons: Three centers combine the resources and services students need to interact with technology, collaborate with one another, and find support for their academic efforts. Email Allison Stucke  (x 6610)
LRC Technician
Email Venessa Osborne (x 6354)
ETC Teacher Assistant
Library - Learning Resource Center (LRC): The Learning Resource Center contains the books, journals/magazines, audio visual materials, and technology equipment that students will need to accomplish their coursework. More importantly, LRC staff members are available to guide students' discovery of these materials and assist them in navigating the rich collection of electronic resources provided by the LRC at www.witc.edu/library. The LRC is part of WITC's Learning Commons. Email Anna Merry (x4613)
Email Adam Nelson (x4160)
LRC Technicians
Log In Information and Support  
MyWITC: Your electronic student portal account. Security access is assigned when you become admitted to a program at WITC.  
Online Learning at WITC: Online education offers flexibility for individuals who want to fit college into their busy lives, while offering great savings in time and travel. Email Cindy Miller (x 6243)
Admissions Advisor
Orientations - Online  
Payment & Billing Email Mary Jo Anderson (x 6218)
Business Office Technician
Program Inquires and Information Email Cindy Miller (x 6243)
Admissions Advisor
Refunds: Please note—refunds are time sensitive! Contact by e-mail, fax, phone, or in-person visit. Email Mary Jo Anderson (x 6218)
Business Office Technician
Registration Information & Instructions
Non-program students can search and register for courses through ClassFinder.
Contact Student Services (x 6271)
Safety at WITC Email Kristen Vesel (x 6291)
Dean of Students
Scholarships: WITC offers scholarships to new and continuing students. Apply for a WITC Scholarship Email Jasmin Burt
College Advancement Associate
Apply for a WITC Superior Scholarship
Staff Directory List Superior Staff Contacts
Student Activities and Campus Life Email Laura Dreier (x4342)
Student Life Coordinator
New Richmond Student Life
Student Services
At WITC, we want to make it easier for you to reach your goals. Student Services provides all the services you need to be a successful college student in one location.
Student Services (x 6271)
Student Software  
Student Success Center: Success Center teachers match resources and materials to individual skill levels as students advance toward their goals. Both individualized and group instruction is available. Services include: academic support and peer tutoring of students enrolled in credit courses, study and test-taking strategies, GED/HSED preparation, and college preparation coursework for students not yet enrolled in college. The Student Success Center is part of WITC's Learning Commons. Contact Kim Davidson (x 6210)
Student Success Teaching Assistant
Technical Difficulties/Problems Not Under WITC’s Control, i.e.,student’s computer, modem, internet Provider Service Contact your local Internet Service Provider
Transcripts/Grades: Upon completion of your coursework, you instructor will submit your grade(s) into our Student Information System. Your grades will be available on My WITC approximately one week after the end of the term.

Official Transcripts (fee required) - There are three ways in which you can order an official transcript from WITC: over the Internet, mail/fax, or in-person. The quickest and most convenient way to request an official transcript is to order it over the Internet.

Unofficial Transcript (free) - There are three ways in which you can order an unofficial transcript from WITC, your MyWITC, mail/fax, or in-person. The quickest and most convenient way to request an unofficial transcript is to order it through your MyWITC portal. Unofficial transcripts are available to currently-enrolled and former students with an active login and password. Click here for detailed instructions on how to request an Unofficial Transcript Through MyWITC. If you need to reset your MyWITC portal account or to request a login and password, click here to Reset/Create MyWITC Portal Access. Unofficial transcripts have the same information as an official transcript, but they are printed on plain paper and do not contain the electronic signature of the registrar.
If you have questions about placing an order or checking the status of a previously placed order, please contact Credentials, Inc. to speak with a customer service representative at (847) 716-3005 between the hours of 7 a.m. and 7 p.m., Monday through Thursday and between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. (CST) on Fridays.
Transfer Students: The college has developed policies and procedures governing the evaluation of credit for prior learning applications. You are responsible for requesting credit in a timely manner and for providing the required documentation prior to enrolling in the course. For more information, contact the Student Services office or the admissions advisor at your chosen campus or visit Credit for Prior Learning. Email Cindy Miller (x 6243)
Admissions Advisor
Email Amanda Hellman (x 6240)
Student Services Assistant

Send official transcripts to:
WITC Superior
Attention: Amanda Hellman
600 N 21st Street
Superior WI 54880
Tutoring: Services are available for WITC credit students. Please request assistance as soon as possible Contact Student Success Center (x 6210)
Withdrawing/Dropping: Contact Student Services staff by e-mail, fax, phone, phone, mail, or visit in person. Email Mary Frostman (x 6213)
Email Kent Lundahl (x 6306)
Counselors

Or contact your Academic Advisor:
Superior Staff Contacts
Youth Options for High School Students:  The Youth Options program allows high school students to attend a Wisconsin technical college, either full- or part-time, and earn both high school and technical college credit. You are eligible if you go to a public high school and have completed 10th grade with good academic standing, met any course prerequisites, have written approval from your parent or guardian, and have no history of disciplinary problems. You will need: 1. A completed PI8700A form signed by the school board. 2. A completed Wisconsin Technical College application. 3. A letter from the school board stating which classes, books, and fees are the school district's tuition responsibility.

Email Cindy Miller (x 6243)
Admissions Advisor