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Fox Valley Tech is the go-to place for training to enhance your career, attend events, rent meeting space, use library resources and more. Explore classes, events, opportunities and services available to our community.
The FVTC Parent/Child Center is located at the Appleton campus and is open to community members.
We also offer a variety of engaging, reasonably priced summer camps for middle school and high school students.
We offer a variety of events and services to members of our community, including discounted therapeutic massages, Cultural Cuisine, family drive-in movies and more.
Check out the variety of campus dining options.
Learn more about our campus facility improvement plan.
Host your next meeting, event or training session at Fox Valley Technical College.
Fox Valley Technical College is in need of hosts to provide a welcoming environment to international students from around the world.
The FVTC library is located at the Appleton campus. Resources include books, journals, films on-demand, ebooks, online databases, DVDs and other services, and are open to all students, staff, faculty, alumni and community members living within the FVTC district.
The FVTC district is served by two main campus locations in Appleton and Oshkosh and several regional centers.
As Fox Valley Technical College supplies and furniture are replaced, we often place surplus items up for bid in our public auction.
See nationally known speakers on a variety of topics. All Speaker Series events are free and open to the public.
Travel the world with FVTC students and faculty. Immerse yourself in language and culture. All trips open to the public.
We have hundreds of credit and non-credit class options to fit your budget, schedule and learning style.
Traveling here from out of town? Find nearby hotels and travel accommodations.
The Appleton campus is surrounded by 144 acres of picturesque nature preserve, featuring ponds and paved walking trails winding through wild prairies and woods, connecting to a pedestrian bridge over Highway 41. Walking Trail Map (PDF)
Help support students in need with a gift to the FVTC Foundation.
Explore all the ways you can visit our campuses.
Whether you're an FVTC alum, community member or visitor, we extend a warm welcome. We encourage you to explore the resources here and invite you to engage with us. We're your community college.
Attend community events
Make a difference in the lives of students by supporting the FVTC Foundation
Hire FVTC graduates through Employment Connections
Focus on professional development - enroll in a seminar
Become an Advisory Committee member
Subscribe to our e-newsletter
Let others know that FVTC grads get jobs
Teach our students as an adjunct faculty member
Participate in Student Life travel and volunteer opportunities
Learn a foreign language or study abroad
Buy FVTC t-shirts, sweatshirts and other gear at the Bookstore
Check out our library
Take a class for fun or continuing education
Dine with us on campus, including our full-service Ione's Dining Room
Read about the latest student success stories in Focus magazine
Become a partner
Champion higher education by becoming a legislative advocate
Connect with us online through social media
Host or mentor an international student
Bring your talents to Fox Valley Tech - apply for an open position
Speaker Series: Sex Signals
Wednesday, Sept. 2 | Blending a unique combination of improvisational comedy, education and audience participation, "Sex Signals" provides a provocative, in-your-face look at issues surrounding dating, sex and date rape on college campuses.
Explore the Fab Lab
Wednesday, September 9, 4-5:30 p.m., FVTC Bordini Center | Come see what the FVTC Fab Lab has to offer.
(9/12/2015 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM)
(9/12/2015 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM)
Outagamie County Veterans Court Community Event
Wednesday, Sept. 16, 5:30 p.m. | Come see what the Outagamie County Veterans Court program is all about.
Speaker Series: Rise Together
Thursday, Sept. 24 | RISE TOGETHER is a recovery advocacy group that has a passion for prevention, education and community outreach.
Speaker Series: Heather Severson
Tuesday, Sept. 29 | Heather Severson helped to found the TraJa organization after the tragic murder of her childhood friend Tracy Judd, and Tracy’s daughter Deja Renee.
(10/6/2015 3:00 PM - 7:00 PM)
(10/6/2015 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM)
Speaker Series: David Jackson
Thursday, October 8, 7 p.m. | Award-winning photographer David Jackson.