Tuesday – January 17, 2017
Price, Convenience, Selection, Payoff
An MATC education offers outstanding value relative to four-year colleges and universities. To keep higher education within financial reach, the Wisconsin Technical College System holds annual tuition increases at a minimum.
Current Tuition and Fees Schedule:
Estimated Costs Per Semester (2015-16)
- Associate Degree or Technical Diploma - per credit: $144.24
- Associate Degree or Technical Diploma - 15-credit load: $2,163.65
- Four-Year College Transfer - per credit: $189.59
- Four-Year College Transfer - 15-credit load: $2,843.90
With campuses in Downtown Milwaukee, Mequon, Oak Creek and West Allis, MATC is convenient to attend. Take your classes during the day, evenings, weekends or online to fit your schedule.
Through MATC, you can start a new career or expand on your current skills. We offer 200 associate degree, technical diploma, certificate and apprentice programs, providing multiple paths to success.
- Choose an occupational program that counts toward a bachelor's degree.
- Complete the first half of a bachelor's degree through MATC's Liberal Arts and Sciences program.
- Apprentice in a traditional trade.
- Take classes to gain employment skills.
- Upgrade skills on the job through the Office of Workforce and Economic Development.
- Take a personal enrichment class.
- Get education in skills needed to qualify for college.
- Earn your high school diploma through the Adult High School; or earn GED or HSED.
While you receive a well-rounded education, you also work toward becoming a job-ready graduate.
- You will receive hands-on training on industry-standard equipment and technology.
- You will learn from instructors with substantial on-the-job experience in the areas they teach - more than 15 years in most cases.
- Instructors stay in touch with employment skills requirements through employer advisory committees.
- They teach skills employers value.
- Some programs partner directly with companies to supply employees.
- You get one-on-one attention in small classes - no large lecture-hall courses or teaching assistants.
MATC has the most diverse student population of any college in Wisconsin and serves a wide age group. Recent high school graduates and older adult students learn together in classrooms and labs.
The content of many MATC courses matches the curriculum at four-year colleges and universities. Partner colleges demand high standards as part of accepting credit transfers.
Courses will challenge you as you prepare to become a skilled employee or advance to university-level studies.
At the same time, MATC provides a nurturing environment for students to succeed academically.
MATC offers many services to help students at all learning levels reach their goals. These include academic support centers, computer labs, bilingual services and special needs support. Several programs support the retention of minority students. Our 18:1 student-faculty ratio allows instructors to give you personal attention. We are the college of choice for many first-generation college students.
Students enjoy a complete college experience at MATC.
- Develop your leadership skills through more than 50 student organizations, including student senate and clubs linked to academic programs.
- Learn first-hand about world cultures through international student groups and student development programs.
- Compete on varsity men's and women's athletic teams -
the MATC Stormers are part of the North Central Community College Conference.