Local & National
There are over 45 different clubs and organizations available for students. Many clubs are directly related to programs offered at FVTC, so you can develop professional connections while meeting other students. In addition, there are a variety of social clubs to join. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, talk with the Student Life staff—it’s easy to start a new club.
Student Leadership Organizations
Provides an outlet for students to see how accounting is used in the business world through
a series of presentations, tours and community outreach.
PAS stands for Postsecondary Agricultural Students. Members have opportunities to participate in leadership, state & national competitions, social activities and develop responsibilities of citizenship.
Provides opportunities for FVTC students to learn more about the problem of substance abuse, raise funds for not-for-profit AODA treatment providers and raise awareness of substance abuse issues on campus and throughout the region.
Promotes social and educational opportunities for information technology students outside the classroom.
Focuses on auto collision and repair and promotes social and educational opportunities for students outside of the classroom.
Further your knowledge in auto technology by experiencing field trips, seminars, conventions, speakers, and the importance of a socially structured atmosphere to share ideas.
Promotes social and educational opportunities for students outside the classroom in the banking and finance field.
Introduces students to competitive motorsport involvement, and promotes opportunities to high school and college students in northeast Wisconsin by providing traffic safety, drug awareness and community relations between local law enforcement agencies and students.
DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe. Collegiate DECA helps students to develop skills and competency for business careers, to build self-esteem, to experience leadership and to practice community service. Offered at both the Appleton and Oshkosh Riverside campuses.
Provides opportunities for service and development of leadership qualities to all club members. We offer student fellowship for members through bimonthly meetings and other volunteer and training opportunities in the criminal justice field.
Promotes camaraderie and learning in a working atmosphere. College and community activities allow you to gain experiences in a variety of food service and hospitality settings. Activities include ice carving competitions, local school visits and demos, fundraisers and community service projects. Welcomes all students who have a desire for professional growth opportunities in the dynamic food service industry.
Hospitality & Culinary Club
Culinary Arts Hospitality & Alumni Group
Provides and generates understanding, support, encouragement and friendship to diesel students at Fox Valley Technical College through informal social gatherings.
Complements the study of electronics by organizing events suited to the electronics field. Events include guest speakers, social gatherings, field trips and educational seminars.
Promotes creative thinking and imagination using state-of-the-art prototyping and fabrication equipment. We welcome all programs and all students to come and play in our technological sandbox. Be part of the future; discover your inner inventor while helping others to create.
Participate in charitable, benevolent activities in the community, learn more about flexography and gain additional business experience.
The Fox Times is a monthly student-run publication. Students interested in writing, photography, sales and marketing or layout design are welcome – no experience is necessary! You do not need to be a Fox Times staff member to submit articles or photography.
Promotes and enhances the construction management program by providing additional learning opportunities that are above and beyond the classroom environment. Opportunities may include trips, seminars, conventions and guest speakers.
Future Office Xperts (FOX) student club is for students from all business programs. While maintaining professionalism, we network with other students and help the community. Our personal mission of FOX is to work and learn together while working to achieve our individual goals in our career paths.
Provides a social and academic support system for the Hmong students attending Fox Valley Technical College, including opportunities for community service, development of leadership skills, fund raising and social activities.
The Horticulture Club welcomes students associated with horticulture and other related occupational offerings. The club will extend and enrich the horticulture program and develop leadership among its members.
IMPACT’s mission is to provide a safe setting for students who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and their supporters. Increases awareness of issues facing the GLBT community through social activities, events and activism, and offers a safe space for the voice of diversity.
Impressions Unlimited is a printing club for students who have an interest in careers in the printing industry. The purpose of the club is to increase understanding of the print production environment, develop leadership skills and encourage academic excellence, as well as promoting social and recreational activities.
Promotes social and educational opportunities for interior design students outside the classroom.
This unique student club serves as a link between international and local students attending Fox Valley Technical College in the pursuit of mutual understanding and increasing global awareness at the college.
Interdenominational organization which exists to provide regular opportunities to study and discuss the Bible, worship and pray in a group setting. Seeks to provide opportunities for fellowship, encouragement and spiritual development among members.
Provides opportunities for students to participate in athletics and recreational activities. Includes athletic opportunities in volleyball, flag football, dodge ball, softball, kickball and basketball.
This club is for those that are interested in the culture and language of Japan. Explore a wide variety of activities and field trips throughout the year.
Raises money for its annual trip to the international tool shows in Chicago and Milwaukee. Tour area machine shops and learn more about the knowledge, skills and work habits that are needed to be a successful machinist.
Enables medical assisting students to enhance and demonstrate knowledge, skills and professionalism required by employers and patients. Members will promote effective, efficient health care delivery through optimal use of multi-skilled medical assistant students.
Promotes social, educational and career opportunities for students outside the classroom in the outdoor power equipment technician, golf course turf and equipment specialist, and power sports equipment technician programs. Members will help promote these programs, give back to our industry by volunteering, and develop character and leadership.
Provides opportunities for members to learn and experience aspects of various cultures of the United States and other countries. Learn more about the multi-ethnic composition of FVTC students as well as the diversity within the FVTC community.
This is a Frisbee golf club which is focused on having fun in a positive way while serving the community and representing FVTC responsibly. This club is for all ages and abilities.
Encourages student involvement with others who share similar interest in and commitment to conservation practices.
Open to students interested in occupational therapy. Promotes occupational therapy to students and the general community.
Represents students attending the Oshkosh campuses. The members of OSB promote the interests of our students at the Oshkosh campuses. We promote positive relationships between faculty and students.
Phi Theta Kappa membership is by invitation, based on academic achievement. Students must be enrolled in an associate degree program, complete 12 credits, and have a cumulative grade point average of 3.5. The purpose of Phi Theta Kappa is to recognize and encourage academic achievement as well as and fellowship among two-year college students.
Promotes healthy discussion of important issues of the day by ensuring that traditionally conservative “politically incorrect” viewpoints are also heard.
Helps prepare students for the power sports industry. This is done through promotion and continued training in power sport technology equipment. In addition, members work with area high schools and dealerships.
Encourages practical nursing students to engage in activities on and off campus. Promotes learning techniques that will be useful in the nursing field, including demonstrations, speakers, community involvement and fundraising.
Emphasizes respect for the rights of others and promotes better relationships between all people worldwide through a framework of friendship and service. Provides opportunities for members to develop leadership skills via community work, and to work collaboratively with business professionals from the local Rotary club.
Build leadership skills by helping to plan events and activities for the campus community, including the Speaker Series, movies, family events, musicians and more.
Student Government Association (SGA) is the voice of the FVTC student body. SGA discusses student-related items with the college leadership and work together to make your college experience better.
Helps nursing students by providing various activities in order to prepare them for their role of the professional nurse. FVTC SNA encourages the members to become involved in activities that are held in the community and on campus.
Provides support and opportunities where student veterans can reconnect, thrive and succeed. Collaborate and network with other veterans on campus. Veterans, military service members and supporters are welcome.
Open to students associated with the welding program or students who have an interest in welding. Promotes civic engagement as well as social and educational opportunities outside the classroom that promote the career of welding.
Monday - Thursday: 8 a.m.-6 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
The Student Life Center is located in Room E137, on the Appleton Campus, next to the Commons.
For more information about student clubs and organizations, email firstname.lastname@example.org.