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Program Preparation

There are many resources available to help you meet your educational goals. Whether you need help with academic skills or study habits, these options can give you a solid foundation for success.

Program Prep Courses

If you need to work on math, science, sentence skills, and/or reading, Program Prep courses will help you build your academic skills to be successful in your program courses. Program Prep courses are based on your individual needs and program selection.

College Success

The College Success elective course is strongly recommended for anyone entering college for the first time. You’ll be introduced to study skills, time management techniques, and health-related and relationship-building skills, as well as an introduction to programs, services, policies and procedures at FVTC. For more information, call 920-996-2876.

College & Career Success

In this course, you’ll examine career options, develop academic and career goals, and learn specific skills to enhance your success in meeting personal and professional goals. Topics include accessing academic resources, determining career fit, and skills like time management, test-taking and goal-setting. For more information, call 920-735-5629

Teaching & Learning Center

Need to brush up on some skills? We’re here to help. At the Teaching & Learning Center, you can work with faculty and peer tutors to improve your math, writing and science skills. Tutoring and study groups are available for several areas of study. Many free workshops on various topics are also available throughout the semester. This is a free service for current FVTC students taking credit classes, and help is available without an appointment during posted hours.

Adult Basic Education

At Fox Valley Technical College, we’re here to support and guide you in achieving your goal of earning a high school credential of either a GED® credential or HSED. With our Adult Basic Education (ABE) program, you’ll get the help you need to build your reading, writing, math, science, social science and study skills.