Blending in: international and nontraditional students help bridge cultural divides

Many students value UW-Fox Valley for being close to home and reasonably priced, allowing them to minimize expenses while earning an associate degree. A...

Living off-campus locally lowers commuting costs

Living arrangements are a consideration every student must make when attending a commuter college. Because of the proximity of the UW-Fox campus to students,...

Education by association: the benefits of a two-year degree

Studies find that getting an associate degree not only helps start a college education, but also has perks for people who plan on getting...

Cybercrimes: online recreation could lead to safety risks

In the age of technology, just about anything can be done online: order dinner, read an e-book, connect with friends and family via social...

UW-Fox students and staff evaluate drug use

As states increasingly weigh the merits and problems of legalizing marijuana for recreational use, the stigma against the drug has lessened. Five states, when...

Students evaluate relationship between technology, boredom and the classroom

Today’s college students have grown up with the constancy and omnipresence of technology. That means that many students use it—rely on it, even—but are...

Planning required for successful transfers

When making the decision to transfer to a four-year college, there many considerations to worry about—orientation, registration, housing, class scheduling and making payments on...

Spotlight: Fox students complete associate degree with nontraditional courses

At UW-Fox, students aren’t limited to just classes like the typical biology or chemistry lab to complete the math and science segments of their...

Students find flexibility and opportunities in campus work study

Work study gives students with financial need the ability to work on campus to help pay for their education and has countless benefits for...

Students and instructors balance spring break with work

While spring break is hyped in the media as being a time for students to party, that doesn’t seem to be the reality for...