New Richmond Campus Living

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Make the most of your educational experience by getting involved in campus life. Getting involved in campus life and student organizations provides an experience that you can't get from the classroom. You'll have additional opportunities to develop professional connections, make lifelong friendships and participate in experiences that will better prepare you for your future career. 


New Richmond Student Life

A part of the college experience.

Why get involved? 

Student life at WITC gives you all of the benefits of the college experience. Organizations like Student Senate and various program-related clubs can get you connected to your classmates, plus you'll learn more about yourself as you explore new experiences, take risks and expand your horizons. 

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Student Organizations

Run by students for the students. WITC offers a range of organizations and program-related clubs so you can connect with your classmates, network with industry professionals and advance your education to the next level. 

  • Ag Mechanics Clubs
    • The agriculture mechanics club is intended to enrich the student experience at WITC. Fundraising activities will be used to raise money for skills competitions, field trips and other personal and professional growth opportunities.
      Contact Club Advisor Lee Fiedler 
  • Business Professionals of America (BPA)
    • Promotes business careers through activities, seminars, and competitions. Students compete in business activities and network locally, statewide and nationally.
  • Criminal Justice Club
    • Provides opportunity for professional growth in the field of corrections. Participants experience teamwork, organizational skills, leadership development, fun and excellence. Students assist with correction field workshops, educational fairs and a variety of learning experiences.
      Contact Club Advisor Phil Drazkowski
  • Early Childhood Association (ECA)
    • The ECA offers Early Childhood Education and Pre-ECE program students opportunities to organize or participate in community events for children and families, attend professional conferences, take part in fundraising activities and learn to be advocates in the field of Early Childhood Education.
      Contact Club Advisor Amy Pennington
  • Human Services Associate Club (HSAC)
    • This club participates in activities that include fundraising events for local agencies and volunteering to promote the program and educate the community about the human services field.
      Contact Club Advisor Joel Gibson
  • Institute of Packaging Professionals (IOPP)
    • Provides student members with a variety of new working opportunities concerning packaging professionals. Learn leadership responsibilities by becoming a officer or participate as a student member.
      Contact Club Advisor Charles Christensen
  • International Society of Automation (ISA)
    • This industry recognized, global organization offers an excellent opportunity of IACN students to exercise leadership roles, occupational skills and career networking. Students will have the opportunity to experience real world application of automation technology in industry tours.
      Contact Club Advisor Rose Cibulka
  • National Student Nursing Association
    • Promotes professional development and leadership opportunities in the health field. The club also participates in community volunteer activities.
      Contact Club Advisor Teresa Sweet

  • Skills USA
    • Serves all students, providing experiences in leadership, teamwork, citizenship, character development and self-confidence. It also offers local, state and national competitions in which students demonstrate leadership and occupational skills.
      Contact Club Advisor Dave Brown
  • Student Occupational Therapy Association (SOTA)
    • SOTA promotes occupational therapy and professional development through fund-raising, community service and attendance at the state conference.
      Contact Club Advisor Mari Jo Ulrich
  • Student Senate Association (SSA) & Campus Activities Board (CAB)
    • Represents all students as the social, political and educational organization on campus. SSA is the voice of the students. CAB is the driving force behind the entertainment events.
      Contact Club Advisor Jill Fox
  • Welding Club
  • Campus Crusades for Christ (CRU)
  • Diversity Club
    • ​​​​​​​This club brings about social equality and harmonious relations within WITC and our community through personal experiences.
  • Student Ambassadors
    • ​​​​​​​Promotes WITC through public relations activities. Outstanding students from each program have the opportunity to develop interpersonal skills through campus tours and other special events. 
      Contact Club Advisor Jodi Saliny

Living

New Richmond lives up to its slogan “The City Beautiful” with parks and nature retreats sprinkled throughout the city. No matter where you are, you're never far from a peaceful trail or a quaint pond to relax by and get a breath of fresh air. The juxtaposition between a vibrant arts scene with a nearby metropolitan area and the quiet country life creates an environment that caters to everyone. 

Campus Neighborhood

The campus is centrally located to theaters, trails, restaurants, breweries, waterfalls and other stunning scenery. The campus offers smaller class sizes and a welcoming atmosphere, yet it is big enough to provide a diverse setting where you'll meet others who have similar interests as you.

Dining

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Food service is available in the form of a college a la carte cafeteria located in the student lounge. 

Paperjack Creek Cafe

The college cafeteria, Paperjack Creek Cafe, offers daily specials. 

715.246.6561

Monday–Thursday: 7:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m.

Friday: 7:30 a.m.–1 p.m.

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Arts and Culture

New Richmond, known as "The City Beautiful," is located in gorgeous St. Croix Valley, which is known for its breathtaking scenery. The Willow River State Park is just a short drive out of town. The park's centerpiece is Willow Falls, a powerful cascade in a 200-foot deep gorge. Other nearby attractions include Crystal Cave, hiking along the St. Croix River and Willow River, stock car racing at the Cedar Lake Speedway, performances at the Old Gem Theater and the going back in time at the historic New Richmond Heritage Center.

Bicycle racks are strategically placed throughout the city, which were designed and created by WITC's very own welding students. 

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Childcare

WITC does not provide childcare services. Please visit the Wisconsin Department of Children and Families to search services in your area. You may also check your local county Human Services or Social Services department for a list of licensed childcare providers. 


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