About WRTTCFort Stockton

The Midland College Williams Regional Technical Training Center (WRTTC) serves its students through university parallel and occupational/technical certificate and associate degree programs.

A wide variety of continuing education classes and programs are also offered at the Midland College WRTTC. All classes are supported by on site instructors and linked to the Midland College main campus through advanced instructional technology, interactive videoconferencing, and computerized distance learning technology.


Serving Pecos County Residents

  Celebrating the Opening of the MC-WRTTC

The Midland College Williams Regional Technical Training Center was built in 1996 to advance higher education in the region and to enhance workforce development. The WRTTC was approved by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACS) as the first branch campus of Midland College in 1998. The taxpayers of Pecos County support the facility with a Branch-Tax to ensure the residents of the county have access to transfer level credit courses, technical degree course instruction and workforce continuing education courses close to home.

The WRTTC is a full service branch campus of Midland College, and is an Institution of Higher Education located in Fort Stockton. Aside from transfer level core curriculum courses offered, the WRTTC also offers Continuing Education (CE) classes to assist citizens in preparing themselves to be better equipped in the workforce. CE classes are developed based on the needs expressed by employers and citizens needing addition skills to advance themselves in their vocation.

The WRTTC facility is available to community groups and organizations for the expressed purpose of educating their members or target audience. Building use for celebratory or party activities are not allowed due to the mission of Midland College being focused on education.

The WRTTC facility is owned by the Fort Stockton Independent School District (FSISD), due to the State of Texas Community College District mandate that a community college cannot own property outside of the county in which they were created. The cooperative agreement between Midland College and FSISD has been in place for over twenty years. The Branch Tax passed by Pecos County residents in 2011 allows for funding of the operations of the WRTTC facility and non-faculty staff.

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