Fox Valley Technical College | 2017-2018 Student Handbook - page 191

Graduate Retraining Policy
The Graduate retraining program is a service available to FVTC graduates who have not secured
employment in the occupational field in which they received their degree or diploma. For more
information about graduate retraining, call FVTC’s Employment Connections manager or visit our
website at
Health Emergencies
Students who experience a medical emergency on campus and are unresponsive and/or unconscious, will
have an ambulance called for medical assistance. Any costs for the emergency services will be incurred
by the student. In the event of a life threatening emergency, call 911.
Health Services
Health Services provides assistance to FVTC students and staff free of charge. Health Services can
provide first aid for injury and illness, offer suggestions and help make arrangements to see another
health professional or clinic if necessary. A professional nurse and Nurse Practitioner are on the
Appleton campus for limited hours. Health Services office is located in Room HS201 on the Appleton
campus. For more information, call (920) 735-5745 or visit our website at
Tech Village is an exciting campus community located only 2 blocks from the Appleton campus. This
housing opportunity offers apartment style living with private kitchens and baths, and includes all
utilities. For more information please visit
Students attending classes in Oshkosh may be interested in our affiliation with UW-Oshkosh. This
program offers traditional residence hall rooms and community bathrooms, with all utilities included.
Please contact (920) 424-1106.
More information on housing may be view on our website:
Library Services
The William M. Sirek Educational Resource Center provides materials to meet students’ educational
and informational needs. Books, videos, periodicals and other reference materials are continually added
to update the collection and provide the most current information. Internet access is available through
library computers. For more information on Library Services, visit
LifeLINE Assistance
The LifeLINE program is available to assist enrolled students with a variety of personal problems
specifically those relating to their own or others’ alcohol or drug abuse and how it affections
These are only a few of the issues students can discuss at LifeLINE. Confidentiality of information
is maintained as protected by state and federal laws. LifeLINE is located in Counseling & Advising
Services (Room E121) at the Appleton campus. Call (920) 735-5696 or (920) 735-4888.
Lockers are available for students or a student club through the Student Life Center on the Appleton
Campus, Student Services Office at the Riverside campus in Oshkosh, SJ Spanbauer Center, or the
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