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Articulation Information

In partnership with your school district, FVTC is happy to provide opportunities for your students to explore potential careers, save time and money on college credits, and enter the workforce better prepared. Here you will find information on articulation options, teaching requirements and the initial course request process.


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 high school teacher that FVTC certifies for Dual Credit instruction, taught at the high school. A high school student earns credit at their high school and at the technical college.

Advanced Standing and Dual Credit Comparison (PDF)

What were my school district's agreements?

For a complete list of courses, visit our Early College Credit page.

How do I get started?

First time teaching a Dual Credit or Advanced Standing course? Please complete this form to get started.

Dual Credit Teacher Training Grant

The WI Fast Forward Dual Credit Teacher Training Grant provides funding for Dual Credit General Education high school teachers within Fox Valley Technical College’s District for attainment of the required academic credentials to meet qualifications as required by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC).

Tuition Reimbursement Guidelines (PDF)

High School Credentials

Follow the link below to request student certificates, for DWD approved credentials.

Request Credentials


For More Information:

Office of K-12 Partnerships

Mary Hansen

Jennifer Fuerst
Coordinator - K-12 Partnerships

Tess Woods
Articulation Specialist