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Financial Wellness Center

Financial Wellness Center
"Thanks for giving me hope...I think we'll be able to find the light at the end of the tunnel." Former FISC client

Want financial peace of mind? Discover options to make your money go further!

Many responsible students go through financial challenges. We can help you make informed decisions and take control of your finances. It’s confidential and free.

 Get assistance with:
• Budgeting
• Using Credit Wisely
• Managing Debt
• Credit Reports

The Financial Wellness Center offers a variety of services to meet your individual needs. Options include one-on-one counseling and regularly scheduled group workshops. Call or stop by if you have a question or would like to schedule an appointment.

Contact the Financial Wellness Center:

Fox Valley Technical College
Counseling Services - Room E121

1825 N. Bluemound Dr.
920-735-4855  |   email:

Supported by a grant from the Basic Needs Giving Partnership Fund within the Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region.

Community Foundation



Community First Credit Union


SALT is a free online program that helps you manage your money and student loans. Fox Valley Technical College has teamed with the nonprofit organization American Student Assistance to offer this program free of charge to FVTC students and alumni! Get tips and tools to take charge of your money during college and beyond.

With SALT, you can:
• Keep track of your student loans
• Get loan advice from an expert counselor
• Look for a job or internship
• Search for scholarships
• Learn how to budget and manage your money wisely
• Find out why credit and your credit report are so important

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Additional ways to contact SALT:

Loan Counseling:
877-523-9473 |

Member Support:
855-469-2724  |



Additional Resources

FVTC Food Pantry

If you and your family need temporary assistance with food, we're here to help. The FVTC Food Pantry is located near Entrance 7 at the Appleton campus; open Tuesdays from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. and Wednesdays from 3-5 p.m. while classes are in session. To receive assistance, you must show a current student photo ID and class schedule.

Donations are accepted at any time and can be dropped off in Student Life, Room E137.

Before You Borrow

Tax Assistance

If your adjusted gross income is below $58,000, you can file your taxes free at Call for more information: 1-855-698-9435

More Helpful Tax Tips (PDF)

Affordable Care Act

Get information about the Affordable Care Act.

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Need Help Paying for College?

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