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College incentives to help bolster participation in vaccination status disclosure ends today

Today is the last day students can submit their vaccination status and receive $100 in Campus Cash and an opportunity to win an iPad mini, laptops (3) or tickets in a VIP suite for a future Milwaukee Bucks...

Student Ariel Griffin Gets Ready for her Covid test at the Downtown MATC Campus. 

The campus continues to offer free Covid-19 testing for students and employees. Asymptomatic screenings are conducted by medical professionals with Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Workforce Solutions. Testing is conducted on Tuesdays at the Downtown Campus from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Registration is required. For more information or to make an appointment go to: .

COVID-19 vaccination incentive offers students $100

by Victoria Magee, Editor-in-Chief November 20, 2021

Originally published in the print edition on Oct. 8; updated Nov. 20. Please note that the deadline to receive student incentives has been extended to December 9, 2021. To protect the health and safety...

This is the message received by students attempting to cast a ballot in the Student Government Association election held on September 28. Voting errors locked out eligible student from casting their vote in the election.

Student Senate election locks eligible voters out

by Victoria Magee, Editor-In-Chief October 13, 2021

Many enrolled students attempting to vote for their student government officers on Sept. 28, received a system message stating they were not eligible to vote. Administered by the Department of Student...

Official ballot drop boxes are located throughout the City of Milwaukee.  Voters can submit their absentee mail-in ballots  into the official boxes until  7:30 pm on November 3rd.

Supreme Court rules on Wisconsin 2020 election ballot issue

by Victoria Magee, Editor-In-Chief October 27, 2020

      Monday evening the Supreme Court ruled 5-3 that Wisconsin absentee mail-in ballots must be received by 8 pm on November 3 to be counted, regardless, of when it was postmarked.  This decision...

2019 MATC Times Year in Review

February 19, 2020

JANUARY Yellow Vest protestors in France demand economic justice. Longest government shutdown in U.S.history lasting 35 days. Rapper and entrepreneur Nipsey Hustle is killed near his clothing store...

College Seeks to Reduce Elective Credits for the Funeral Services Program with the Aid of Instructor

by Victoria Alexander, Times Staff Reporter February 19, 2020

Currently, funeral service students need 93-94 total credits to receive their degree, while every other program at MATC and within the Wisconsin Technical College System requires 60-65 credits. The checklist...

Student Resources Relocating to S Building

by Victoria Magee, Editor and Chief February 19, 2020

In an effort to increase awareness and accessibility, services offered to students on the eighth floor of Foundation Hall will soon be moving to the S Building. The Center for Driver’s License Recovery,...

Deadlines for Free Tuition Programs are Closer Than you Think

by Victoria Magee, Editor and Chief December 17, 2019

One of the keys to being considered for grants, loans, and scholarships is completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, better know as FAFSA. This is also true of both the High School and Adult...

We need some help with a few stories

October 15, 2019

Two areas of the world are in the news these days -- Syria and Ukraine. The MATC Times would like to talk to students from these areas to get their perspective. Among Syrians, we are, in particular,...

Times Photo Contest Open to All

Times Photo Contest Open to All

by Andrea Clunie, Photo Editor September 29, 2019

The Times invites all students to participate in the 2019 photography contest. The themes of this photo contest include: PORTRAIT - The portrait is very open to interpretation but the subject is typically...

National Award-Winning Adviser Honored

September 29, 2019

Retired Times adviser Tom Gould was recently named ad­visor emeritus by the newspaper’s editorial board. Gould was the longest run­ning adviser to the paper in the school’s history, serving a...

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