Liberal Arts Collaborative Program
Shared with Madison Area Technical College, Milwaukee Area Technical College and Nicolet Area Technical College
Students enrolled in the WTCS Liberal Arts Collaborative Program can complete up to 30 General Studies credits at Fox Valley Technical College before transferring to one of the three colleges below to finish your Associate in Arts or Associate in Science degree:
Many students transfer Associate in Arts or Associate in Science degree credits to four-year colleges as the first two years of a bachelor’s degree program.
For complete information and course descriptions by college, visit MATC-Madison, MATC-Milwaukee or Nicolet Area Technical College’s websites.
If I am interested in the Liberal Arts Collaborative Program, where should I submit my application?
You must complete the application process with the college granting the degree. Select one of the three colleges above as the college where you will be finishing your degree and submit your application to that college.
Is this program financial aid eligible?
Students admitted to the Liberal Arts Collaborative Program are eligible to apply for financial aid at www.fafsa.ed.gov. FVTC will process the financial aid while you attend classes here. Once you transfer to complete your degree at either Madison, Milwaukee or Nicolet, that college will be responsible for processing your financial aid.
How do I know which courses I can complete at FVTC?
Once you are admitted to the Liberal Arts Collaborative Program, you can obtain a list of transferable courses from Madison Area Technical College, Milwaukee Area Technical College or Nicolet Technical College. You will be invited to meet with a counselor at FVTC who will assist you in registering for classes.
If I have questions regarding this program, who should I contact?
Contact the degree-granting school to receive up-to-date program information. Simply click on the college name above for a direct link to their website.
If you have questions regarding Fox Valley Technical College, contact Carisa Corser in the FVTC Center for New Students:
Transition Specialist, Center for New Students