IMPORTANT REMINDERS: Welcome!
- If you are planning on using federal veterans education benefits for the upcoming spring semester, be sure to alert FVTC Veterans Services once your class schedule is finalized.
- If eligible for the WI National Guard Reimbursement Grant, please be sure to submit your fall application to FVTC Veterans Services ASAP.
Fox Valley Technical College (FVTC) has a long history of providing
education and training to Veterans, Service Members, and qualifying
family members. We embrace the diversity and profoundly value the
strength and unique character this diversity has contributed to our
College. It is a privilege to serve those who have served our country.
staff assist students with Veteran education benefits and serve as a
liaison between our students and various federal, state, and local
agencies. We look forward to working with you! We are located in Room E119 (Entrance 10) on Appleton's main campus
Deb & Joe, FVTC Veterans Services
1.) Getting Started @ FVTC:
for information on programs of study and to submit an online application for admission.
Under 2013 Assembly Bill 201
, degree-seeking student Veterans and Service Members may
qualify for early enrollment
depending on the condition of their military discharge. Students using Veteran education benefits will be identified for early enrollment accordingly. Students not using Veteran education benefits must contact FVTC Veterans Services and submit proper documentation
to apply for early enrollment.
2.) Applying for & Activating Veterans Education Benefits:Federal Benefits -
for federal Veteran education benefits information and application instructions.State Benefits -
for state Veteran education benefits information and application instructions. 2.0 Cumulative GPA Requirement:
Beginning in January
2014, any student using the Wisconsin G.I. Bill, whether it be the Veteran, the
spouse or the child of a Veteran, must maintain at least a 2.0 cumulative GPA
or higher in order to remain eligible for the Wisconsin G.I. Bill benefits.
Should a student using the Wisconsin G.I. Bill have a cumulative GPA that falls
below the threshold of 2.0 at the end of a term, the student may still enroll
the following term; however, they will not be able to use the Wisconsin G.I.
Bill at that time. Should the student get their cumulative GPA back to a 2.0 or
higher at the end of a nonqualifying term, the student will be re-certified for
the subsequent term by the institution/school.
FVTC Veterans Services may request the following items for your file:
- Federal Certificate of Eligibility (COE)
- DD-214 (member 4 copy)
- WDVA 2029 (if applying for the WI G.I. Bill)
- Marriage Certificate (if spouse)
- Birth Certificate (if dependent)
- Service-connected disability rating papers (if applying for a benefit requiring a service-connected disability)
you are using a federal benefit, it is crucial that you notify FVTC
Veteran Services of future enrollments. We are required to certify your
classes every semester. Failure to notify us of enrollment will result
3.) Transfer Credit / Advanced Standing Opportunities:
The first step to claiming the credits you have earned is to request a JST Transcript
You may also visit FVTC's Transfer Credit
office to learn more about transfer credit and advanced standing options. Please call 920-735-4720
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
4.) Connecting with other Veterans on Campus:
FVTC is proud to have Student Veterans of America (SVA) on campus! This is a student club that collaborates, networks, shares relevant resources, and discusses topical concerns. As a club, SVA strives to enhance the educational experience at FVTC. SVA's overall purpose is to provide support and opportunities where the student Veterans and Service Member can reconnect, thrive, and succeed.
Visit FVTC SVA on Facebook and Twitter for information on upcoming events and good discussion.
Meetings are held in the Pepsi Atrium (Appleton Campus)2013-2014 FVTC SVA Officers / Contact InformationPresident - Jeremy Hanson / email@example.comClub Adviser - Ann Schueller / firstname.lastname@example.orgGeneral FVTC SVA Inquiries / StudentVeteransClub@fvtc.edu
Meetings: Stop into Veterans Services (E119) for dates/times!
5.) Veterans Employment Assistance:
You may contact Ann Schueller at email@example.com
for Veteran employment assistance.
Ann retired from the US Army in 1999 after 21 years of service. Ann
has been employed by some of the largest manufacturers in Wisconsin
including food, generators, printing, and agriculture. In 2009, she
received her MA degree in Organizational Management, enabling her take
more of a strategic role in Human Resources. She joined Fox Valley
Technical College as an Employment Adviser in September 2011.