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To graduate, a student must satisfy course and credit requirements for the degree, diploma or certificate as prescribed by the College instructional division. Course requirements may be met by advanced status with credit, and/or by credits earned at the College.

1.       Associate Degree

The associate degree is awarded upon completion of a program of study as defined by the Wisconsin Technical College System Board. Associate degrees will be conferred on all students who have completed the prescribed curriculum and have met program requirements as defined by the Wisconsin Technical College System Board, and who meet the following requirements:

    1. A minimum of 64 semester credits with a curriculum grade point average of 2.0 or over.
    2. A minimum cumulative grade point of 2.0 in the occupational specific area.
    3. At least 25% of the credits must be earned at the College.
    4. Recommended for graduation by the Registrar.

2.       Diploma

The diploma will be awarded to students who have successfully completed all the requirements of a vocational program as prescribed by the Wisconsin Technical College System Board, and who meet the following requirements:

    1. A minimum cumulative curriculum grade point average of 2.0 or over.
    2. A minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or over in the occupational specific area.
    3. At least 25% of credits must have been earned at the College.
    4. Recommended for graduation by the Registrar.

3.       Certificate

    1. Certificates may be awarded for successful completion of courses, groups of courses or attainment of specific competencies

4.       GED

    1. The College provides educational services so that persons can receive a GED from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction or a high school diploma from their local high school.

​Revised April 16, 1996
Revised May 16, 1989
Adopted January 23, 1980