Enrollment Now Open for Fall Semester

Fall 2015 CatalogueThe Fall 2015 Catalogue is now available for your viewing! Just click the image to the right to view the short-term classes scheduled during the Fall of 2015. Local residents should be receiving their catalogues in the mail. A version of the catalog in PDF format (Adobe Acrobat Reader required) may be downloaded - PDF Version.

There are several easy ways to enroll for the classes listed in the catalogue:

  • Walk-in: Bring your enrollment form to 1801 South Eleventh, Alva, or 801 Vo-Tech Drive, Fairview.
  • E-mail: E-mail Alva enrollments to aflynt@nwtech.edu or Fairview enrollments to sbymaster@nwtech.edu.
  • Fax: Fax to 580.327.5467 for Alva enrollment or 580.227.2651 for Fairview enrollment.
  • Phone: Call 580.327.0344 for Alva enrollment or 580.227.3708 for Fairview enrollment.
  • Mail: Mail your registration and payment to 1801 South Eleventh Street, Alva, OK 73717 or 801 Vo-Tech Drive, Fairview, OK 73737.
  • Online: Complete the online registration form:
    Complete Alva enrollment form or Fairview enrollment form.

Class sizes are limited and fill on a first come, first serve basis.

Contact Information

For questions about short-term classes at the Alva campus, contact Charlotte Hadwiger by phone at 580.327.0344 by phone or by email at chadwiger@nwtech.edu or Angie Flynt by phone at 580.327.0344 or by email at aflynt@nwtech.edu.

For questions about short-term classes at the Fairview campus, contact Steve Kliewer by phone at 580.227.3708 or by email at skliewer@nwtech.edu or Susan Bymaster by phone at 580.227.3708 or by email at sbymaster@nwtech.edu.

NWTC Earns 2015 Gold Star Award

Northwest Technology Center was recognized earlier this month as a winner of the Gold Star Award, the highest honor given by the Oklahoma Association of Technology Centers (OATC). This is the ninth time that Northwest Technology Center has received the award.

Accepting the award for NWTC were staff members (l to r): Kate Nickel, Susan Bymaster, Angie Flynt and Amanda Robinson.

The Gold Star Award recognizes technology centers that have met rigid and demanding criteria, demonstrating a high level of excellence. The Awards Presentation was a part of the annual Oklahoma Association of Career and Technology Educators (OkACTE) Summer Conference held in Tulsa which attracts more than 3,600 educators from across Oklahoma.

“It is an honor for our school to receive the Gold Star Award.” said Dr. Gerald Harris, NWTC’s Superintendent. “The award is quite an achievement for our staff, board members and for the communities served by Northwest Technology Center. Our staff has worked diligently, but we could not have received this award without the support of the local patrons who attend our classes, support our activities and who utilize our services.”

“Northwest Technology Center is a leader in economic development and education in its district, which includes the school districts of Alva, Aline-Cleo, Canton, Cherokee, Fairview, Freedom, Ringwood and Waynoka,” said Skye McNeil, OkACTE Executive Director. “During the past year, Northwest Technology Center has worked with over 100 business and industry partners in the areas of training and business development. Northwest is proud of its business partnerships and its partnerships with other technology centers.”

To qualify for the award, Northwest Technology Center met over 50 criteria set up by the OATC Awards committee. The criteria included: student retention, program completion, placement, percentage of the population served, number of secondary and post-secondary students enrolled in its daytime programs, innovative partnerships with business and industry and additional criteria in the areas of Agricultural Business Management, Economic Development, Marketing, Adult Training and Development and many other areas.

Northwest Technology Center has many outstanding career programs including: Automotive Technology, Auto Collision Technology, Biomedical Sciences, Business and Information Technology, Construction Technology (Electrical and Plumbing), Culinary, Digital Design, Health Careers Certification, Practical Nursing and Welding Technology. During the 2014-15 school year, NWTC had approximately 17,000 total enrollments including Business and Industry courses, Adult Career Development courses and Daytime Career Programs.

Updated on 8/16/15

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