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You want choices? We’ve got them!

We have hundreds of class options to fit your budget, schedule and learning style. Enrich yourself with credit and non-credit classes including on-campus, online, part-time, day, evening, weekend and accelerated formats.

Class Search

Ready to register?

If you know your class number, you can choose from the following options:

Register Online

1. Log In to MyFVTC Account

  • Enter your User ID and Password.
  • Click Sign In.

2. Register for Classes

  • Click Add Classes from the Enrollment menu on the left and follow the instructions.
  • When you’ve completed the process, if the Status is “Success,” you are enrolled. (If there was an error, the message Errors Found will appear; click this link for more details.)
  • Click My Class Schedule and Print Study List, then click the printer icon to print.

Register By Mail

To register for classes by mail:

Register In Person

You can register in person at any FVTC location:

Appleton Campus
Enrollment Services (use Entrance 10)
1825 N. Bluemound Drive, Appleton

Oshkosh Riverside Campus
150 N. Campbell Rd., Oshkosh

S.J. Spanbauer Center
3601 Oregon St., Oshkosh

Chilton Regional Center
1200 E. Chestnut St. (Hwy 32/57 S), Chilton

Clintonville Regional Center
525 S. Main St., Clintonville

Waupaca Regional Center
1979 Godfrey Drive, Waupaca

Register by Phone

If you’ve previously taken classes at Fox Valley Technical College, you can choose any of the methods listed, or you may register by phone.  Phone registration will be accepted during the hours of 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday and from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Friday.*

Appleton/Fox Cities: 920-735-5645  |  Other Areas: 1-866-562-3882
*Registration hours noted above apply ONLY when calling these two phone numbers.

You may also call your local regional center directly (hours will vary by center):

  • Chilton: 1-800-843-4131
  • Clintonville: 1-800-321-7133
  • Oshkosh: 1-877-272-4559
  • Waupaca: 1-888-324-3218
  • Wautoma: 1-888-324-3218

Please have the following information ready when you call:

  • Name
  • Student ID Number (or Social Security Number)
  • Class Number
  • Class Name
  • Course Fee

Spring 2015 Classes: A Closer Look

Accounting, Principles of

Catalog number: 10-101-107
For non-accounting students. Learn basic concepts and general principles of accounting. Topics include: financial statements, inventory, payroll, budgeting and accounting software.

Business, Introduction to

Catalog number: 10-102-112
Learn the responsibilities connected with operating a business from both organizational and managerial viewpoints.

Electrical Safety, Industry

Catalog number: 10-609-101DE
In this online class, you’ll learn the hazards of electrical work and basic approaches to working safely. Learn to recognize, evaluate and control electrical hazards.

Intro to Sales

Catalog number: 10-104-166
Learn basic concepts and principles of sales, including wholesale and industrial selling, careers in personal selling, product knowledge, and much more. Offered in-person and online.

Japanese 1

Catalog number: 10-802-155
Learn Japanese for everyday situations. Focus will be on vocabulary building, basic grammar, word recognition and usage, conversation, and understanding of culture and tradition.

Motorcycle Rider Safety

Catalog number: Motorcycle 42-816-401
Learn safe and responsible motorcycle riding. When you successfully complete this class, you do not need to take the DMV road test.

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Nursing Assistant

Catalog number: 30-543-300
Prepare for entry-level employment as assistants to a licensed nurse. Covers simple nursing tasks such as bathing and feeding patients, making beds and taking vital signs. 

Pencil & Charcoal Drawing, No Talent

Catalog number: 60-306-679I
Have you always wanted to draw, but aren’t sure how to start? Learn basic pencil and charcoal drawing techniques.

Robotics

Catalog number: 10-628-112
Gain a solid understanding of industrial robotics, including the major electronics and mechanics of common robots. Robot types, typical applications, end-of-arm tooling and programming is covered.

Study Abroad

Travel the world with FVTC students and faculty. Immerse yourself in language and culture. All trips open to the public.

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Supply Chain Career Exploration

Catalog number: 10-182-123DE
In this online class, you’ll learn about career options in the supply chain field. Job skills, salaries and employment trends will be covered.

Community Registration

Community registration for spring 2015 begins Monday, December 1. Classes start as early as January 19.

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