Can’t find what you want?
No problem. Meet with an FVCC Academic Advisor and discuss your academic plans and options.
Whether you are planning to transfer out of state, finish your Associate of Science or Associate of Arts at FVCC, or only stay a semester or two at FVCC, we will customize an academic plan that best fits your academic goals and optimizes your access to our world-class faculty and inexpensive tuition.
When you are ready to transfer, we will help you through the process and connect you to departments at your new institution.
Undecided on your program of study?
The majority of our students considering transferring are undecided. Being unsure of your program of study is normal, and we are here to help! Our Academic Advisors help students investigate FVCC’s academic options while they experience small classes with dedicated faculty.
Regardless of where you fall on the undecided spectrum, from completely unsure to wavering between a few options, FVCC advisors will help you explore programs and transfer when you are ready.
FVCC will help you experience, explore and expand your academic opportunities:
All students seeking an Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree need General Education Core Curriculum. We help you consider your options and guide you to earn Core Complete! from FVCC or strategically select General Education courses.
FVCC faculty are experts in their fields who care about students. They meet one-on-one with students to discuss their work, as well as professional and educational pathways.
Our professional Academic Advisors will help you explore the transfer process and research programs of study to find potential transfer schools best suited to your individual interests.
Do you have a career in mind but do not know what degree would be best? FVCC’s Career Advisor can help you investigate and create the path to your “dream job.” Our Career Advisor may also help you find potential internships, network with professionals in the field, job-shadow, write your resume and cover letters, develop interviewing techniques, and research employment options.