Budget & Financial Reports


As a key player in the economic development of the New North region, Fox Valley Technical College proactively prepares a diverse workforce to thrive in changing regional and global markets.

The college plans its annual budget in response to workforce demands, delivering over 200 associate degree, technical diploma, trade apprenticeship and certificate programs in addition to providing specialized training to business and industry. Tuition rates, regulated by the Wisconsin Technical College System, are significantly lower than other higher education systems, making technical colleges the affordable alternative.

Over the last few years, the state has imposed strict limits on the College’s primary funding sources--general state aid and property taxes.  As a result, the College continually seeks supplemental sources of funding to deliver on its mission to provide quality education and training.  State and federal grants, business partnerships, and community support channeled through the FVTC Foundation provide much-needed resources for expanding educational offerings, facilities, equipment and scholarships.

To learn more about how Fox Valley Technical College is exercising financial stewardship, please call 920-831-4355.

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