Admissions Process

Step-by-Step

Choosing a Degree Program
How to Apply for Admission
Paying for College
How to Enroll

Thinking about starting college and unsure of a career choice? Interested in pursuing a new career? Fox Valley Tech has tools and resources to help you decide on the career that's right for you. Staff members can also help you identify skills, values, interests, and occupational and education opportunities to determine the best pathway to meet your goals.

  • Explore Occupations
  • Career Resources
  • Identify your personality traits, values and abilities

Find out how you can decide

Apply for admission to an associate degree, technical diploma or certificate program. To get started in your new career, here is your step-by-step guide:

  1. Choose a program of study
  2. Apply for Admission
  3. Apply for Financial Aid (complete the FAFSA)
  4. Track your status and complete your admission steps through your MyFVTC account

Step-by-Step Application Process

Fox Valley Technical College offers the most efficient and affordable option for higher education in the Fox Valley. There are many ways to pay for college including

  • Financial aid
  • Scholarships
  • Student jobs

Learn more about how to pay for college

Contact Admissions:
Virtual Appointment: Sign up for a one-on-one video chat with an Admissions Specialist
Email: admissionsspecialist@fvtc.edu
Call: 920-735-4740
Text: 920-294-1738

What will Admissions help me with?

  • Outline degree programs and provide program information
  • Meet with you virtually to answer your questions
  • Identify college services and resources
  • Share information about the testing process
  • Guide and coach you through the application process


Diversity & Inclusion

Striving to grow and sustain a culture where all people are valued for who they are and who they will become. 

Global Education

Fox Valley Tech offers a variety of study options that prepare you to be successful and competitive in a global workforce. 

Veterans Services

Assisting students with Veteran education benefits as a liaison between students and various federal, state and local agencies.

Career Counseling

Career counselors help you identify skills, interests, and opportunities to determine the best pathway to meet your goals. 

What you need to provide to Admissions:


All prospective students:
your program choice
High school students:
ACT or other test scores
Transfer students:
college transcripts (and possibly ACT or other test scores)
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Need Assistance?

If you need assistance, visit any FVTC location or contact us:

Registration
Email: Admissions
920-735-5645
Admissions Center
Appleton, Room E114
Email: Admissions Specialist
Call: 920-735-4740
Text: 920-294-1738