Children, Seniors & Veterans
Kid’s College classes are offered during the summer session with week-long half-day classes for a variety of interests, abilities, and grade levels. Hand’s-on activities encourage children to explore, discover and learn by actually doing.
Classes run during the summer session with half-day offerings for a variety of interests, abilities, and grade levels.
The teaching staff provides extraordinary learning opportunities that stimulate creative minds, build healthy bodies and challenge adventurous souls.
If you enjoy children, like teaching and have course ideas, contact the Continuing Education Center to be considered as an instructor.
Lifelong learning opportunities for Seniors.
FVCC offers discounted tuition for seniors as well!
A senior citizen discount is available to adults 65 years of age and older who register for credit courses during or after the scheduled senior citizen registration or after general registration. For information on tuition and fees, contact the Registration office at (406) 756-3851.
Adults, age 65 or older will receive a $5 discount on any non-credit class with a fee of $20 or more. View the non-credit course schedule here. Contact the FVCC Continuing Education Center at (406) 756-3832 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Refresh your math, writing and computer skills through free college prep classes offered in the evenings on the FVCC campus both spring and fall semesters. These are veteran only classes and most are eligible for additional GI Benefits. Learn more from this flier. For the current schedule of Kalispell classes, please contact the FVCC Continuing Education Center at (406)756-3832 or email@example.com.
Veterans Upward Bound is a Department of Education program designed to help military veterans refresh their academic skills so that they can successfully complete post-secondary education. Services are free to eligible veterans.
To register for classes or confirm your eligibility, please contact the Center for Veterans Education and Training Services at (877) 356-8387(VETS) or visit online.
FVCC Veterans’ Center (Learning Resource Center Building Room 110)
Stop in to access numerous resources specifically for Veterans.
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Last modified: April 14, 2015