W I S C O N S I N T E C H N I C A L C O L L E G E S Y S T E M | 3 2 EARLY! APPLY EARLY! APPLY Here’s how to apply. General Instructions and Application Fee   Complete all sections of the form and print clearly.    Consult the college of your choice for application dates, specific program (major) information and other details.   If you wish to apply for admission to more than one Wisconsin technical college, submit a separate application form and application fee directly to each college.    Attach the nonrefundable application fee of $30* for each application you complete. Send a check or money order made out to the college; do not send cash. *An additional processing fee may apply.  Each application must include the application fee. Confirm the amount the college requires. Transcripts and Testing/Assessment   Request official copies of all academic transcripts, including high school, Tests of General Educational Development (GED® Test), HSED, college or university credits. Contact each institution and ask to have your official transcripts mailed directly to the Admissions Office of the college(s) to which you are applying.    If you are still enrolled in high school, send a transcript of the courses you have completed, along with a list of the courses to be taken prior to graduation.   Many Wisconsin technical colleges require testing for acceptance into specific programs. Test results are generally used to place you in courses and/or programs where you can succeed academically.   If you have taken the ACT or SAT, please send your score report to the college.   Contact the college for testing requirements.   Accommodations are available for students with special needs. This application form is the first step toward admission to any program (major) in the Wisconsin Technical College System. The college will inform you of the next steps after it receives the form and appropriate fee, . Social Security Number: The Wisconsin Technical College System may request and use your social security number for record keeping and statistical purposes related to auditing, enforcing and evaluating federally supported education programs (Federal law 20 U.S.C. § 1232g (1998). You are required to provide your social security number if you are, or will be, applying for financial aid. If you will not be applying for financial aid, then providing your social security number is optional. However, there may be a delay associated with processing your application while an alternate number is assigned. Commitment to Equal Opportunity and Non-discrimination The Wisconsin Technical College System colleges are committed to providing equal educational opportunity and non-discriminatory treatment without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or other applicable legislated categories in all areas including, but not limited to, recruitment, course and program access, admissions, curriculum, student policies and application, counseling, prevocational and job placement services, physical education and athletics, student financial assistance, apprentice training, housing, employment, and extracurricular activities. The Affirmative Action Officer at each technical college is designated to handle inquiries and/or complaints regarding discrimination matters. GED® and GED Testing Service® are registered trademarks of the American Council on Education® and may not be used or reproduced without the express written permission of the American Council on Education. wistechcolleges.org Application_pages 32-35_WTCS_2017-18 FINAL.indd 32 7/24/17 7:47 AM