Student Support Services provides non-academic support and access to resources to help students succeed.
Student Support Services Office is located in SC133, (right next to the Buzz).
- Childcare Resources
- Community Connections
- Financial Coaching Services
- Foster Youth Programming
- Non-Traditional Occupation (NTO) Services
- Peer Mentoring Program
- Pencil Box
- Shared Harvest (pickups available on all campuses and regional centers)
- Student Emergency Fund
Childcare resources and monetary support for parents. Referrals to community resources.
The goal of Community Connections is to assist students with making connections to social service agencies for support such as:
- Food Share and food pantries
- Badger Care and other health care options
- External financial resources
- Legal Aid
- Housing Assistance
- Energy Assistance
Financial Coaching Services
The Financial Coach can offer financial assistance from building a budget, understanding your credit score, balancing your checkbook and understanding your financial aid and student loans.
Contact Faith Laatsch to schedule a FREE and confidential session.
Foster Youth Programming
Student Support Specialist available to assist former foster youth transition into college.
Services include: referral to on-campus resources, mentoring, counseling, information on scholarships and grant, as well as referral to community resources.
Peer Mentoring Program
The Peer Mentoring Program connects first semester students with a current NWTC student to share resources and experiences that will increase academic success and campus involvement. Active participation in one-on-one interactions between mentors and mentees, and engagement in college and community events, are meant to give first year students a foundation for successfully completing their academic goals at NWTC.
Are you in need of basic school supplies?
Stop in BT233 or SC133 for assistance.
Free bag of groceries. Located in SC133. Pickups available on all campuses and regional centers.
Student Emergency Fund
The goal of NWTC's Student Emergency Fund is to help students at risk of dropping out of college due to unforeseen, unplanned financial emergencies. Students may be eligible to receive short-term financial assistance and have access to financial literary resources, along with student support services within NWTC and the community.
Meet with a Student Support Specialist to discuss your situation and find out if the Student Emergency Fund is right for you.
To make an appointment call (920) 498-6258 or stop by Room SC133 in the Student Center on the Green Bay campus. You can also call our toll free number: 800-422-6982 ext. 6258 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.