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MATC Announces Promise Program; Eligible High School Seniors Can Receive Free Tuition, Fees

promise matcIn September 2015 Milwaukee Area Technical College introduced the MATC Promise, a new initiative that will provide free college education for area high school seniors who meet program eligibility requirements. The MATC Promise will help area high school students realize their dream of attending college and preparing for a career … at NO COST to the student! The MATC Promise opens the door to a better future for thousands of high school seniors and, in turn, strengthens our entire community.

Help spread the word about this opportunity to high school seniors who would benefit from this exciting opportunity!

The MATC Promise is funded entirely through private donations made to the MATC Foundation. To make a contribution to the MATC Promise, visit

For more information, including complete eligibility requirements, visit; call 414-297-6668; or email


MATC Innovators video series now playing on YouTube

MATC Faculty Innovator Tom Olson, Machining
MATC Faculty Innovator Stephanie McKennie, Nursing
MATC Faculty Innovator Larry Domine, Information Technology
MATC Faculty Innovator Armen Hadjinian, Entrepreneurship
MATC Faculty Innovator Steve Burleson, eBusiness
MATC Faculty Innovator George Stone, Natural Science
MATC Faculty Innovators Pat Feder and Brian Kirsch, Information Technology
MATC Faculty Innovator Julie Rock, Nursing
MATC Faculty Innovator Brian Mennenoh, Animation

Student Success
Here are recent documents shared by Oak Creek VP, Dr. Mark Felsheim
College Readiness Brochure 2012 (pdf)
How to Communicate with Your Instructor (pdf)
Choices of Successful Students (pdf)

Dr. Martin's Communications

Vision 2020: Strategic Plan (pdf)

Student Features

3D technology adds new dimension to Marquette University teaching - via


The sound of the patient's pulse whooshed rhythmically as John LaDisa navigated through the blood vessel. Up ahead he could see trouble - plaque lining an artery, a dangerous indication of heart disease.

This summer, the CAVE is playing host to a group of nurses in training thanks to a collaboration with animation students from Milwaukee Area Technical College, who designed a virtual hospital room setting for the facility.