Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College (FDLTCC) is excited to debut full-year registration starting March 11, 2024. Students will be able to register for Summer 2024, Fall 2024, and Spring 2025 classes at a single time. The goal of this change is to make it easier for students to plan ahead with work, childcare, and other responsibilities.

“We are hoping all year registration will help students plan their lives better both socially and economically,” Damien Paulson, Interim Vice President of Student Services and Enrollment Management at FDLTCC, “Students having their schedule set for the year will allow them to plan ahead and explore the resources they may need for the year.”

Until now, students have needed to register for Fall Semester classes and Spring Semester classes at separate times. Students will not be required to register for Spring Semester courses when registering for Fall Semester courses, but it is available for those that want to plan ahead for the upcoming semester.

“Students have told us that being able to register for classes for the full year makes it easier for them to plan their lives and their college costs with absolute certainty,” shared Kelly McCalla, FDLTCC Vice President of Academic Affairs,, “Knowing right now which days and times you will have classes for Fall 2024 and Spring of 2025 helps students work with their employers and daycare providers up to a year in advance.”

To learn more about FDLTCC and apply for free, visit Students already enrolled at the college can register for Summer 2024, Fall 2024, and Spring 2025 classes starting March 11 and can contact their advisor for more information. The full class schedule for Summer 2024, Fall 2024 and Spring 2025 will be available at


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