Additional Learning Tracks

Learning at Flathead Valley Community College improves and enriches your life. We offer so much more than transfer degrees and technical programs. We’re focused on improving our community, developing economic opportunities, and offering personal enrichment and skill-building classes.

What Kind of Student Are You?

New Student I have never attended college, and I would like to apply to a degree or certificate program at FVCC.


Transfer Student – I would like to apply to a degree or certificate program at FVCC and have previously attended college elsewhere.


Former Student – I attended FVCC in the past and would like to return to continue my education.


International Student – I am not a United States citizen or permanent resident, and I wish to attend FVCC with a student visa.


Non-degree Student (Credit) – I am not seeking a college degree or certificate, but I would like to enroll in classes at FVCC for college credits.


Continuing Education (Non-Credit) – I am seeking non-credit courses at FVCC for personal enrichment or career development.


Workforce Training – am seeking professional development opportunities for myself or my staff.


Veteran – I am a U.S. veteran looking for educational opportunities and special programs for veterans.


Adult Basic Education – I am seeking improve or refresh my reading, writing, math, language and study skills before entering college.


GED/HiSET– I am seeking to prepare for the High School Equivalency Test (HiSET) test.


Teacher – I am a teacher looking for recertification opportunities or continuing education units.


High School Student – I am attending high school, or I am home schooled, and I would like to enroll in classes at FVCC for college credits.


Study Abroad Student – I would like to travel and explore the world while earning college credits at FVCC.


Senior Citizen – I am looking for classes at FVCC designed for me and my interests.


English as a Second Language – My native language is not English, and I am seeking to build English skills.


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Last modified: June 11, 2015