In the 1960s, students found Milwaukee Institute of Technology (MIT) classes an economical way to begin their four-year degree programs. New programs attracted students. Weekend College and TV College expanded opportunities.
Electronics Class, 1962.
Paul Witzke conducts a College of the Air broadcast in the 1960s.
The "Think" sign came with IBM computers as part of their promotional strategy in the 1960s.
District Director George Parkinson (right) meets with the MATC District Board, 1967.
MVS President George Parkinson (right) with plane donated to the college's aviation program.
School Council, 1960s.
Studying in the William F. Rasche Memorial Library, 1960.
Dr. Parkinson meets with students at the 1962 graduation.
The Continuing Education Building nears completion in 1965.
MATC is the premier comprehensive technical college that provides excellence in education to enrich, empower and transform lives.
As a public, two-year comprehensive technical college, MATC offers exceptional educational and training opportunities and services to our diverse metropolitan area by engaging with partners to advance the quality of life for our students and community.