High school administrators, teachers and counselors are valued partners of Fox Valley Technical College. Here you'll find access to resources and partnership opportunities.
Are you interested in having a representative from Fox Valley Technical College speak with your students regarding educational opportunities? There are a number of ways in which we can come to you:
During a rep visit, students interested in attending Fox Valley Technical College have the opportunity to speak with a recruiter about program offerings, financial aid, credit transfer and more.
Fox Valley Technical College will help you organize an informational evening for high school juniors and their families with representatives from a technical college, four-year public university and four-year private university.
Would you like to have an FVTC representative speak to your class? Do you have a topic in mind? Feel free to request personalized presentations for your class.
Throughout the course of the school year, our Admissions Specialists visit area high schools to answer questions about programs, the application process, financial aid and much more. Please check with your guidance office to find out when we will be at your school. If you are interested in having someone visit, please contact the Admissions Center at 920-735-4740.
Our Admissions Specialists are ready to help your students successfully navigate the application process at FVTC.
For more information contact FVTC's Educational Support Services department at 920-735-2569 or email@example.com.
Check out the latest programs being developed to meet the current job market.
Most degree and diploma programs require a placement assessment as part of the admission process.
A scholarship program designed to bring a college education within the reach of those who could not otherwise afford it.
The FVTC Foundation awards nearly $800,000 to over 1,100 FVTC students & high school seniors each year. These scholarship recipients possess the skills that future employers value, in addition to strong academic performance and, in many cases, financial need.
Start College Now is a program designed to introduce high school students to the world of higher education.