Previously, space-time wave packets (STWPs) have been generated in free space with reduced diffraction and a tunable group velocity by combining multiple frequency comb lines each carrying a single Bessel mode with a unique wave number. It might be potentially desirable to propagate the STWP through fiber for reconfigurable positioning. However, fiber mode coupling might degrade the output STWP and distort its propagation characteristics. In this Letter, we experimentally demonstrate STWP generation and propagation over 1-m graded-index multi-mode fiber. Fiber mode coupling is mitigated by pre-distortion according to the inverse matrix of the fiber mode coupling matrix. Measurement of the STWP at the fiber output shows that its group velocity can vary from 1.0042c to 0.9967c by tuning the wave number of the Bessel mode on each frequency. The measured time-averaged intensity profiles show that the beam radius remains similar after 150-mm free-space propagation after exiting the fiber.