Wisconsin Student Government (WSG) is comprised of representatives for the 16 technical college districts in the State of Wisconsin. WSG is organized as a 501(c)(6) organization under tax codes of the U.S. Internal Revenue Service. WSG is a nonpartisan organization.


  • To Represent, promote, advocate and protect the interests of the technical colleges and their students in the 16 districts compromising the State of Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS)
  • To establish positive relationships with state legislators in support of the needs and interests of WTCS students and colleges
  • To communicate relevant information to legislators at the state level
  • to garner support for the Wisconsin Technical College System. 


  • create and maintain an active network between the students of the technical colleges in the 16 WTCS districts
  • share ideas for growth and development between the schools
  • develop leadership and team-building skills among the members of WSG
  • provide knowledge and techniques members can transfer to the students at their schools
  • provide skills to act as a force of change for the better, at school and in the community

Upcoming Meeting Schedule

  • October 13-14, 2017 Gateway Technical College, Racine Campus
  • December 1, 2017 Fox Valley Technical College, Appleton Campus
  • January 19, 2018 Northcentral Technical College, Wausau Campus
  • February 18-20, 2018 Legislative Seminar Madison
  • April 27, 2018 Northeast WI Technical College, Green Bay Campus


There are many obvious benefits in an organization that has a membership of working individuals, individual campuses, and districts.  Some of these benefits which your districts/campuses can realize include:

  • Receiving crucial information on legislation and proposals dealing with education in the technical college system. 
  • Establishing lines of communication and a working rapport with educational, government, and political leaders.
  • Participating in and positively affecting the legislative process as it pertains to the technical college system.
  • Working together on worthwhile projects that can benefit education, both now and in the future
  • Networking and developing camaraderie among members and student governements amoungst the 16 technical colleges.

TNT training October 10 2014 Photo