WTCS Student Success Center
The WTCS Student Success Center, established in 2017 as a member of the national Student Success Center Network is a statewide association focused on implementing and supporting student success efforts within all 16 technical colleges of the Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS). The goals of the WTCS Student Success Center are to improve completion rates and student outcomes, support the development of student-centered pathways at our colleges, and continue expanding our collaborative community to better share information and best practices relating to student success strategies. Within this work, we use data through both interactive data dashboards and focused action research projects to inform student-focused decisions, policies, and practices.
The WTCS Student Success Center is funded with generous support from Ascendium Education Group (formerly Great Lakes Higher Education Corporation & Affiliates) and technical assistance is provided by Jobs for the Future.
The WTCS Student Success Center Core Team is based out of the WTCS System Office. To contact any member of the Core Team, please email us at: email@example.com
**NEW**The AACC has recently launched the new Guided Pathways Research Center that offers over 300 different tools, materials, and other resources for colleges to use in support of Pathways-related work. Please visit the Guided Pathways Research Center website to explore this excellent source of information: www.pathwaysresources.org
EVENT - WTCS Common Ground Conference | Oct. 23rd - 25th, 2018 (Location: The Osthoff Resort - Elkhart Lake, WI)
EVENT - WTCS SSC Fall Institute: Holistic Student Support Redesign | Nov. 7th & 8th, 2018 (Location: Madison, WI)
The Appleton Post Crescent recently featured the partnership between Fox Valley Technical College (FVTC) and the Appleton International Airport, who plan to develop an Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting (ARFF) training facility with $10.4 million in recent federal funding awarded by the U.S. Department of Transportation. FVTC will work with the airport to provide training at the new facility for emergency responders, and the expansion is expected to benefit firefighters throughout the region after similar training facilities recently closed. The partnership between FVTC and the airport is another demonstration of how closely aligned Wisconsin's technical colleges are with local businesses and workforce development partners.This complex partnership will undoubtedly benefit students and employers, as well as Appleton and the region, as the partners launch this new training facility.
WTCS STUDENT SUCCESS CENTER NEWSLETTERS, PROGRESS REPORTS, & OTHER COMMUNICATIONS
♦ Quarterly Newsletters ♦
2018 Q3 WTCS SSC Newsletter (September): Student Success Center Newsletter (ISSUE 6) 2018 Q2 WTCS SSC Newsletter (June): Student Success Center Newsletter (ISSUE 5) 2018 Q1 WTCS SSC Newsletter (March): Student Success Center Newsletter (ISSUE 4) 2017 Q4 WTCS SSC Newsletter (December): Student Success Center Newsletter (ISSUE 3) 2017 Q3 WTCS SSC Newsletter (August): Student Success Center Newsletter (ISSUE 2)
♦ Biannual Progress Reports ♦
2018 Q1 WTCS SSC Biannual Progress Report (February): Student Success Center Progress Updates (Q1, FEB. 2018) 2018 Q3 WTCS SSC Biannual Progress Report (September): Student Success Center Progress Updates (Q3, SEP. 2018)
WTCS STUDENT SUCCESS CENTER COLLEGE LIAISONS CONTACT LIST
WTCS Student Success Center Liaisons Contact List