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Fox Valley Technical College

You’ve got what it takes to do great things in the world. Now, get the degree to back that up. We’re here to help turn your dreams into reality. Choose from programs in high-demand areas like Advanced Manufacturing, Business, IT or Automotive Technology. Or consider our outstanding programs in Aviation, Public Safety, Culinary Arts, Agriculture and Engineering.

Salary

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$43219

average salary 6 months after graduation

Graduates

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94%

of graduates are employed 6 months after graduation

200+

programs

Admissions Requirements

Start your admission to Fox Valley Technical College with a few simple steps. Contact the admissions representatives at the college with any questions and for assistance along the way.

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Fox Valley Experience

Learn in small class sizes from award-winning faculty who provide hands-on career training that will have you job-ready on day one.

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In every corner of the campus, from robotics to human patient simulators, learning labs are at work preparing you for the real world. convenient.

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Earn your associate degree at Fox Valley Tech, then apply your credits toward a bachelor’s degree. Starting here makes completing a bachelor’s degree affordable, accessible and convenient.

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Fox Valley Technical College

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1825 North Bluemound Road, P.O. Box 2277
Appleton, WI 54912-2277

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Workforce Solutions

Fox Valley Tech is a national leader in business, employer and public safety training. Big or small, next door or around the globe, our expert staff and dynamic programs will help your organization grow, improve and develop your employees.

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Medical assistants are becoming critical to health care. “The medical assistant role is growing exponentially, and the pool of applicants is insufficient to meet the demand,” says Sara Bell, director of clinical training & education at ThedaCare.

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Olivia Arreola Fox Valley Technical College

Lighting a Fire

Olivia Arreola is a welder today because she had a point to prove. When she was a junior at Wautoma High School, she casually mentioned to some classmates that she was thinking about taking a welding class. They didn’t think she could make it in the male-driven industry. Their doubt only motivated her more. “At that point I told myself, ‘you know what? Now I have to do it," she explains. And she did.

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FVTC: 5 questions answered about new Technical Education Instruction program

With the start of a new fall semester, comes the start of several new learning opportunities at Fox Valley Technical College. We're highlighting the new way students can earn an associate degree in Technical Education Instruction by answering five frequently asked questions about the new program. Trent Sorensen, associate dean of Service, provides the answers.

Dia Thao: A Story of Financial Success

Dia Thao is a student in the Small Business Entrepreneurship program with hopes of one day opening her own salon. She has also benefited from the services of the Financial Wellness Center and financial counselor Diane Drew.

Military veterans create online farmers market

Late in 2019, a group of military veterans in the Fox Valley banded together to sell their products. Originally, they hoped to open a retail store but then Covid-19 hit. Like many things in the past year, they took it online and created a virtual farmers market called the Camo Co-op and they now bring the goods to their customers.