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High school administrators, teachers and counselors are valued partners of Fox Valley Technical College. Here you'll find access to resources and partnership opportunities.
Interested in visiting Fox Valley Tech?
Ways to Visit
Campus Visit Specialist
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 recruitment 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, but your high school is not listed below, please contact Beverllyn Vasquez at 920-735-4822.
Fox Valley Lutheran
Weyauwega – Fremont
St. Mary Central
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Wisconsin Career Pathways
U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Outlook Handbook
Not finding your area of interest at FVTC? There's a good chance you'll find what you're looking for at one of the other Wisconsin technical colleges.
If you need help choosing a career path, here are some tools to help you identify how your personality traits, values, abilities and interests can determine the type of work you’ll enjoy.
Placement assessments help determine your starting point for program courses. If your scores indicate an adequate skill level, you'll be ready to begin your courses. If your scores are below the cut-off, we can help you build your skills to be successful in your program. Learn more about placement assessment scores and the conversion for various assessments.
General Education Score Requirements (PDF)
Program Score Requirements (PDF)
The WTCS Tour of Excellence is an opportunity for educators to earn graduate credits while learning about the wide range of career training options offered through the Wisconsin Technical College System. Geographically, Wisconsin is divided into three different sections so you can choose the region most convenient for you.
June 16-20, 2014 | 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. daily
2015 dates to be announced in December
Cost: $600; transportation and lodging are not included
3 Graduate Credits offered by Marian University of Fond du Lac
For more information:
2014 Tour Schedule
Monday, June 16 | Wisconsin Indianhead Technical College | New Richmond
Tuesday, June 17 | Chippewa Valley Technical College | Eau Claire
Wednesday, June 18 | Mid-State Technical College | Stevens Point
Thursday, June 19 | Northcentral Technical College | Wausau
Friday, June 20 | Nicolet Area Technical College | Rhinelander
Section Coordinator: Gayle Ostermann (CVTC) email@example.com or 715-833-6456
2014 Tour Schedule
Monday, June 16 | Milwaukee Area Technical College | Milwaukee
Tuesday, June 17 | Moraine Park Technical College | West Bend
Wednesday, June 18 | Lakeshore Technical College | Cleveland
Thursday, June 19 | Fox Valley Technical College | Appleton
Friday, June 20 | Northeast WI Technical College | Green Bay
Section Coordinator: Kevin Vosters (FVTC) firstname.lastname@example.org or 920-735-4835
2014 Tour Schedule
Monday, June 16 | Waukesha County Technical College | Pewaukee
Tuesday, June 17 | Madison College | Madison
Wednesday, June 18 | Blackhawk Technical College | Janesville
Thursday, June 19 | Southwest WI Technical College | Fennimore
Friday, June 20 | Western Technical College | La Crosse
Section Coordinator: Matt Schneider (SWTC) email@example.com 608-822-2365
What are Advanced Standing and Dual Credit?
An Advanced Standing class is a high school course that matches a technical college course taught by a high school teacher at the high school. A successful student becomes eligible to receive advanced standing after enrolling in an associate degree or a technical diploma at the college.
A Dual (Transcripted) Credit class is a technical college course taught by a WTCS transcripted credit certified high school teacher at the high school. A high school student earns credit at their high school and at the technical college.
What were my school district's agreements in 2013-14?
For a complete list of courses, visit our Early College Credit page.
How do I move forward?
Just looking for forms?
Articulation Course Guide for HS Teacher Requirements 2013-14 (PDF)
Advanced Standing forms:
FVTC Guide for Advanced Standing (PDF)
Transcripted Credit forms:
Transcripted Credit Course Agreement Request (PDF)
FVTC Staff Guide for Transcripted Credit (PDF)
High School Instructor Responsibilities (PDF)
920-735-4740 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Mary Hansen, Director
920-735-2507 | email@example.com
920-735-2563 | firstname.lastname@example.org