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Counseling and advising services are available to assist you with career, academic and personal concerns. Services include:
Fox Valley Technical College is an accessible college community where students with disabilities have an equal opportunity to fully participate in all aspects of the educational environment. Learn more about Educational Support Services at FVTC.
We all benefit from being around people who bring different backgrounds, talents, ethnicity, interest and ideas to our classroom and campus. Diversity & Inclusion Services offers a wide range of recruitment and retention services for minority students.
Employment Connections can help you prepare for your job search. Services begin when you enroll at FVTC and are available throughout your employment career.
Enrollment Services offers information on admissions, paying for college, transferring credits and more.
Explore the options to help pay for your education.
Need help managing your finances while you're in college?
FVTC Veterans Services assists students with veteran education benefits and serves as a liaison between students and federal, state and local agencies. We look forward to working with you!
Purchase your books, supplies, and Fox Valley Tech merchandise in the FVTC bookstores located on the Appleton and Oshkosh Riverside campuses. Both locations offer a complete selection of new, used and digital textbooks, or you may purchase your textbooks online. Some textbooks are also available for rental.
Assistance is available if you need first-aid or medical care while on campus, including over-the-counter medication for minor illness. In addition, program-related immunizations and medical tests are offered on campus.
At Fox Valley Tech, we work hard to create a safe, welcoming campus community. You can feel comfortable and secure while you’re in class; we’re proud of the low crime statistics on our campus. Become familiar with our safety procedures and policies here, including how to report an incident on campus or what you should do in case of an emergency.
The FVTC Parent/Child Center is located at the Appleton campus and is open to FVTC students and staff. The center offers safe, high-quality, and affordable child care and is licensed for 96 children, ages 6 weeks through 9 years.
Take care of your class payments, personal banking and auto or home loan applications without ever leaving campus.
Oshkosh Riverside Campus
There are also computer labs at each regional center. Individual departments may also have small labs for class-related work with specialized software.
Breakfast and lunch are available most days at both the Appleton and Oshkosh Riverside Campuses, with more limited service over the dinner hour.
Fox Valley Tech offers services to help you make informed decisions and take control of your finances. It’s confidential and free.
Financial Wellness Center
Student Food Pantry
The Fitness Center is located on the Appleton Campus and features a variety of exercise equipment available for free use by students. The center includes cardiovascular and strength equipment, as well as shower and locker facilities.
If you need temporary assistance with food, we’re here to help. The FVTC Food Pantry is located in the Entrance 11 hallway (Room E105) at the Appleton campus.
To receive assistance, you must show a current student photo ID and be a currently enrolled student.
A variety of resources such as books, journals, DVDs and other services are available to support your educational and informational needs. The library also offers computers, printers, photocopier, study space and comfy seating and group study rooms.
The FVTC district is served by two main campus locations in Appleton and Oshkosh and several regional centers.
No need to purchase a parking pass. There’s plenty of free parking at all of our campuses.
Select software is available for currently enrolled students at discounted prices through a statewide service called the Wisconsin Integrated Software Catalog (WISC). Access to the store is given 25 days prior to the first day of your first class.
Each semester you are enrolled in classes, you will receive a $25 allowance for course-related printing and copying. You can use this allowance to print or copy on any student-accessible printer on campus.
Tutoring assistance and study groups are available to help you stay on track with your academic progress.