One of the reasons is that SWTC offers well-equipped shops and labs with state-of-the-art technology to prepare students for careers in agriculture, business, the health industry, public safety, the service industry and more.
SWTC's comprehensive technical education in nursing and allied health is in high demand.
These programs have positioned SWTC as the primary educator of emergency response personnel, firefighters and EMTs in southwestern Wisconsin.
Aside from the very popular health industry curriculum, SWTC offers a wide variety of other programs that are generally filled to capacity and often wait listed.
SWTC also has the only golf course management program of its type in Wisconsin.
In addition, SWTC boasts the only engine machining program among the technical colleges in the state, training students to become skilled machinists in the building and rebuilding of internal combustion engines for automobiles.
Wisconsin's agrarian roots are reflected in SWTC's wide agricultural curriculum.
SWTC believes in developing industry and community relationships, so its students can be found participating in special projects throughout the neighboring areas.