About Lincoln County Campus

You’ll feel welcomed by the family atmosphere of our Lincoln County Campus. A smaller campus means you’ll enjoy smaller class sizes. Plus, there’s an informal friendliness between students, faculty and staff, and the community is close-knit and caring.


The Libby campus offers the same programs available at the campus in Kalispell: the Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, Associate of Applied Science, Certificate of Applied Science and transfer programs.


Degree programs available at Lincoln County Campus:

  • Associate of Arts
  • Associate of Science
  • Associate of Applied Science in:
    • Accounting Technology
    • Administrative Assistant
    • Building Trades (in Eureka)
    • Business Administration
    • Early Childhood Education
    • Human Services
    • Medical Assistant
    • Medical Administrative Assistant

Certificate programs at Lincoln County Campus:

  • Accounting Technology
  • Administrative Assistant
  • Building Trades (in Eureka)
  • Business Administration


Students choose from an extensive catalog of courses. State-of-the-art video conferencing equipment provides simultaneous broadcasts of classes at the Kalispell campus. Video and online courses supplement Libby campus offerings.


You’ll receive the same high-quality instruction at the Libby campus as you can expect from the main campus in Kalispell. Our faculty meet the same strict standards, come from prestigious institutions and offer rigorous curriculum.


Focused on learning, our students bring with them a broad range of interests. They successfully transfer to four-year institutions and graduate from Montana state schools with higher average GPAs than students who began their college careers at Montana’s four-year institutions.


We help students get the classes they need in order to earn their degrees in a timely manner. This increases the affordability of an FVCC education, which already costs much less than Montana’s four-year colleges and universities. More than half of FVCC students receive some form of financial assistance, including loans, scholarships and grants.


According to research conducted by FVCC’s President Karas, students who begin their education at FVCC and transfer to four-year institutions in Montana graduate with higher GPA’s than students who started at the four-year schools as freshmen.


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Last modified: June 18, 2015