Friday – August 22, 2014


Academic Programs

MATC Events Calendar


Day classes begin


School of Health Sciences - Petition Window is Open (Aug. 1-31)


MATC Closed


School of Business

The commercial landscape of southeastern Wisconsin is shaped by MATC graduates who have developed their skills in a wide variety of programs. There is great flexibility in course scheduling and delivery.

School of Health Sciences

Students prepare for careers that help keep the region healthy. Hands-on training in numerous medical settings, along with classrooms and labs give MATC graduates a distinct advantage. We are committed to ensuring students receive training in the latest technology to fortify their careers.

School of Pre-College Education

MATC’s Pre-College Education offers many pathways to academic success, taking students from the first basic steps to graduation and beyond. Students prepare for college and the family-supporting jobs that college graduates enjoy.

>> learn more...

>> learn more...

>> learn more...

School of Media and Creative Arts

The next generation of ingenuity is learning at MATC. Our School of Media and Creative Arts provides a canvas for students to design their future. Instructors share their occupational experience in a range of industries which complements the technical skills that are practiced every day.

School of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Diverse, engaging educational opportunities and transfer options are hallmarks of MATC’s School of Liberal Arts and Sciences. Strong partnerships with colleges and universities across the country allow students to transfer credits en route to a bachelor’s degree.

School of Technology and Applied Sciences

Academic programs in the School of Technology and Applied Sciences put people directly to work. Practical skills and emerging technologies prepare students for careers that help sustain the region.

>> learn more...

>> learn more...

>> learn more...


Dr. Vicki Martin (Executive Vice President/Provost)

Dr MartinUnder the leadership of Dr. Vicki Martin, MATC's Executive Vice President and Provost, the college's Academic Affairs Division provides leadership and critical assistance to the academic divisions and key instructional support areas of the college. Academic Affairs does this, in part, through its active and important work in growing MATC as a leading two-year community-based technical college through:

  • Quality assessment of teaching and learning
  • Creating community and institutional articulation agreements and partnerships
  • Providing access to learning that best uses industry-standard and emerging technologies
  • Maximizing the use of institutional resources
  • Support of continuous improvement and development of educational delivery systems
  • Sustaining support for student retention and academic success
  • Supporting faculty development and improvements in teaching pedagogy

The academic areas of the college that report directly to the Executive Vice President/Provost include the vice presidents of regional campuses, vice president of student services, associate vice president of information technology, deans of the six schools, and associate provost. 

Dr. Martin's Contact Information
Downtown Milwaukee Campus, Room M278