Registration and General Information

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This page is your one-stop-shop for information about how to register for WITC Continuing Education classes, as well as other important information, policies and commonly asked questions.


It's Easy to Register

You can register in one of several ways for Continuing Education classes at WITC:

  • Mail
    • Fill out the registration form under Helpful Links and mail it with payment to your local campus. Your registration must be received before you begin classes.
  • In Person
    • Stop in at any local campus or outreach center. Typical business hours are 7:30 am-4:00 pm, but vary by location and time of year, so call ahead to verify.
  • Phone
    • Call your local campus or outreach center to register by phone. Only credit card payments will be accepted.
  • Online

Registration Locations

Ashland Campus
2100 Beaser Ave. Ashland, WI 54806

Counties served: 
Ashland, Bayfield, Iron & surrounding area

To register for a class:

Phone: 715.682.4591, ext. 3050

Fax: 715.682.8040

Email Ashland registration

For questions or general information about a class:

Phone: 715.682.4591, ext. 3112

Email Bev Schuelke


Rice Lake Campus
1900 College Drive Rice Lake, WI 54868

Counties served: 
Barron, Rusk, Sawyer & Washburn

To register for a class:

Phone: 715.234.7082, ext. 5045

Fax: 715.234.1241

Email Rice Lake registration

For questions or general information about a class:

Phone: 715.234.7082, ext. 5230

Email Tricia Smith


New Richmond Campus
1019 S. Knowles Ave. New Richmond, WI 54017

Counties Served:
Burnett, Polk, St. Croix & surrounding area

To register for a class:

Phone: 715.246.6561, ext. 4145

Fax: 715.246.2777

Email New Richmond registration

For questions or general information about a class:

Phone: 715.246.6561, ext. 4212

Email Gina Monicken


Superior Campus
600 N. 21st St. Superior, WI 54880

Counties Served: 
Douglas & surrounding area

To register for a class:

Phone: 715.394.6677, ext. 6050

Fax: 715.394.3771

Email Superior registration

For questions or general information about a class:

Phone: 715.394.6677, ext. 6212

Email Sara Dobberschutz


Hayward Outreach Center
15618 Windrose Lane #106 Hayward, WI 54843

To register or inquire about a class:

Phone: 715.634.5167


Ladysmith Outreach Center
1104 Lake Ave. W #1 Ladysmith, WI 54848

To register or inquire about a class:

Phone: 715.532.3399


Balsam Lake Outreach Center
400 Polk County Plaza, Balsam Lake, WI 54810

To register or inquire about a class:

Phone: 715.485.3044



Frequently Asked Questions

General Information

  • Where can I pick up a catalog?
    • You may pick up a catalog from any WITC campus or complete the catalog request form and a copy will be mailed to you.
  • What is a non-credit or non-degree course?
    • A non-degree or non-credit course is a class you would take for personal enrichment, professional development, certification, licensure or for informational purposes. Non-degree or non-credit also means that these classes will not transfer or have a credit value for any technical diploma, two-year or four-year degree here or at other degree institutions.
  • When do classes start?
    • Fall courses are in session September through December. Most spring non-degree courses run late January through May. Summer classes are held June through August.
  • How are ITV, webinar (BlueJeans) and online classes different?
    • Online courses are offered via the Internet and accessed by using a web browser. You can access the course at any time. Offline supervised tests/exams at specified sites may be conducted in conjunction with these courses. 

      Webinars (BlueJeans) are courses offered during a specific time period that can be accessed from your home computer using a free BlueJeans software download (download and instructions can be found here). Your computer must have a reliable internet connection, microphone and camera. You can interact with the teacher during the class.

      ITV (Interactive Television) courses involve real-time live video/audio instruction via broadcast technology that includes students at one or more WITC campuses. The classes are offered during a specified time and students attend at their nearest WITC campus. The class may be composed of students at the same site as the instructor and students at one or more remote sites.


  • When should I register?
    • Registering early is the best way to insure that your course will be held as scheduled. Be sure to register at least two weeks prior to the start of class. Classes fill rapidly, and are filled on a first come basis. If fewer than ten (10) students enroll in a class, it may be canceled. The decision to cancel a class due to insufficient registrations will be made within a week prior to the start of the class.
  • Will I receive a confirmation or reminder about class?
    • If you register online, WITC will notify you by email to confirm your enrollment. However, if you register by other methods, you will not receive confirmation. Mark your calendar for the dates, time and location of your classes.

Age Requirements

  • Can students age 16 and under enroll in classes?
    • 1989 Wisconsin Act 24 allows Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College to enroll persons age 16 or under in classes. The law provides that persons under age 16 must meet regular admission criteria, provide written permission of parent or guardian, and not attend classes during the normal school day.
  • When am I eligible for the Senior Fee Waiver?
    • For life & leisure courses (the catalog number begins with 60), the senior fee waiver provides up to a 50% discount. (Amount varies based on material fees.) Student's age must be 62 plus at the start of the term (6/1 for summer, 8/27 for fall and 12/26 for spring). Sample catalog number: 60-815-605
    • For professional courses (catalog number begins with 42 or 47), students ages 62 plus by the first date of class are exempt from program fees under State Statute 38.24 (1)(b) and are only required to pay the material fee, which is approximately $4.50 for many courses. Sample catalog numbers: 42-810-415 and 47-531-405

Books and Supplies

  • Do I need to purchase books or extra supplies for my class?
    • In some classes, students are expected to purchase textbooks and/or other supplies. For complete details, please review the Class Description and Class Notes for your class(es), or contact Continuing Education at the campus nearest you.

Cancelled Classes

  • What if I need to cancel?
    • If your plans change and you can’t attend class, you need to notify the Continuing Education office at the WITC campus prior to the start date of your class. We'll give you a 100 percent refund.
  • What if WITC cancels a class?
    • WITC will make every effort to inform students when classes must be cancelled. It is important that student telephone numbers are kept up-to-date with Student Services. If there is low enrollment in a class, we will cancel or postpone the class. If we have to cancel your class, we'll give you a 100 percent refund. If you don't hear from us, your class will meet as scheduled.
  • How will I know if there is a weather-related cancellation?
    • If a campus is closed due to inclement weather, it will be posted on the WITC homepage. In this case, all classes at that location are cancelled.

Accommodation Services

  • How can I request accommodations for persons with disabilities?
    • Reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities will be made to ensure access to academic programs, activities, services, and employment in accordance with 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 standards. If you need accommodations, contact your campus Disabilities Specialist or Cher Vink, WITC Affirmative Action Officer/Title IX, Section 504, and Title VII Coordinator, at 715.468.2815, TTY 711 30 days in advance of needed assistance.

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Payment & Refunds

  • When is payment due?
    • Payment in full must be received at the time of registration. By enrolling in classes, you agree to be responsible for the payment of related tuition and fees according to the college payment policy. Should you choose not to attend a class, you will need to drop it prior to the day it begins to avoid any charges. Any drops that occur on or after the first day of class will result in tuition charges to your account. Failure to pay your tuition bill can result in suspension of registration and records access, collection agency action and additional collection fees added to your balance.
  • Will I receive a refund if I drop a class?
    • 100 percent refunds will be issued to students who drop the class prior to class start date.

WITC is an equal opportunity employer/educator functioning under the affirmative action plan. The Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or other applicable legislated categories, in its services, employment programs, and/or its educational programs and activities, including but not limited to admissions, treatment, and access. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies: Amanda Gohde, Director, Human Resources, Equal Opportunity/Access & Affirmative Action Officer, Administrative Office, 505 Pine Ridge Drive, Shell Lake WI 54871, 715.468.2815 ext. 2240, TTY 711, Email Amanda Gohde. Program information or assistance regarding requests for reasonable accommodation under the Americans With Disabilities Act can be obtained from the College Affirmative Action Office.

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