Students really enjoy attending Fond du Lac Tribal and Community
College. In a recent student survey conducted on campus, students
highlighted the reasons they chose to attend the college. Popular
responses mentioned the convenience and beauty of the campus
location, the friendly staff and instructors, availability of
programs, and the low cost of tuition.
"Everyone was friendly to me, holding doors, saying ‘Good
morning,' and smiling. I felt great."
"I felt welcome when I came to ask for information," was
one student's response when asked to identify what factors influenced
their decision to attend Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College. "Everyone
was friendly to me, holding doors, saying ‘Good morning,'
and smiling. I felt great."
Another student agreed, writing "When I came to inquire
about attending, the people who helped me knew exactly what needed
to be done to get me in, and they were so friendly in doing so."
Other students wrote comments about the outstanding instructors. "I
like the teachers' commitment to students," said one student. "The
teachers really make the difference."
Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College offers several advantages
to students. The student-to-instructor ratio is about 18 to 1.
Students say they are treated as individuals, not numbers, and
don't get lost in the crowd. Classes are offered during day,
evening, and weekend hours, making it easy to fit classes into
a busy schedule.
Recent accomplishments include the construction of a $7.5 million
academic building expansion, the addition of new degree programs
in Environmental Science, E-Crime and Computer Security, Geographic
Information Systems (GIS), Nutrition, Electric Utility Technology,
and Early Childhood Development, and an impressive increase in
student enrollment during recent years.
More than 2,000 students enroll in classes each semester, but
the college is still able to maintain its friendly, comfortable
atmosphere. The cost of tuition is among the most affordable
in the state.
The campus facility is unlike any other college campus. Buildings
are nestled in a beautiful setting of majestic red pines. The
architecture is stunning, meaningful, and functional. New students
say other students, faculty, and staff members have a way of
making each other feel at home.
Adding an attractive element to the campus is the unique residence
hall. The 100-bed complex offers apartment-style living with
safe, quiet, and affordable, furnished living areas. Students
who currently live in the facility enjoy residence hall life.
Students find it easy to get involved in the many different
campus organizations. Doors are always open to new members and
new participation. With a wide variety of clubs, there's usually
something for everyone.
Popular programs of study include
- Law Enforcement
- Liberal Arts
- Computer Science
- Human Services
Indian Studies and
- Environmental Science.
take classes at Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College
to get a good start in college and save money, and then
transfer to complete a bachelor's degree at a four-year
institution. Credits earned at Fond du Lac Tribal and
Community College transfer to other colleges and universities,
and many students transfer easily to UMD, UWS, and the
College of St. Scholastica, as well as many other colleges