GRADUATE
in less than 2 years!
PERSONALIZED
Job Placement Services
FACULTY
with real world experience!
SMALL SCHOOL
with even smaller classes!

At Fox College, Our Students Finish First

Employment growth since 1989 has been driven entirely by those with an education beyond high school.

Everything we do at Fox College is so you can Finish First.

  • Programs take less than two years, so graduation rates are high.
  • 94% of graduates finished on time last year, as needed classes are always offered. (Sources, 7)
  • Classes are smaller and focus on the skills employers need, so your learning can be relevant.
  • Proactive career placement assistance is offered to graduates, so you have help finding a good job.

Find out more about how we help students Finish First through our student resources, career-focused programs, and career placement services.  

 
 

With campuses near Midway Airport and in the Tinley Park suburb of Chicago, Fox College was originally founded in 1932. Today, classes are taught through hands-on learning techniques by industry-experienced teachers who know what skills employers want. Our smaller class sizes make it easy for students to feel connected to their instructors and to get the personal attention they deserve.

Fox College News

 

Thanks to everyone for making our Wounded Warrior project so successful! We raised $167, which is almost double what we collected last year!

Vet Tech Institute students host an adoption day to find forever homes for the animals that visit our kennel.

Check out our latest video!

In April, the Illinois Senate passed senate resolution SR0201 in recognition of the history and contributions that Fox College has made to the field of higher education and to the residents of Illinois. The Fox College community of alumni, staff and students embody the mission set for by Earl Fox in 1932 and we will continue to uphold those same values and traditions as we prepare students for today’s workforce.

CONGRATULATIONS to the medical assisting students who recently tested for their Registered Medical Assisting (RMA) Certification. All 18 students who took the exam, passed! A special shout out to Sherrie Fenwick-Kranzusch who earned a perfect score. Great Job!

The  PTA students in blindfolds are learning what it feels like to be blind or have a temporary vision issue due to trauma. They follow the instructions given by their therapist. The other students learn to give appropriate cues to their "patient" in their therapy session. The students all love this activity both for the hands-on practice and getting a "view" of their patients' outlook.

Thanks to everyone who attended our Hawaiian themed picnic. It was a great day of food, fun and friends at Fox!