Student Organizations


Sharon Randolph
Coordinator, Student Activities and Development
(406) 756-3981
Blake Hall 156

Get involved.  Make new friends.  Prepare for success.

Flathead Valley Community College offers a wide variety of student organizations that promote and enhance student success.   We encourage you to explore all the organizations offered at FVCC!

AICE (Appreciating Individuality, Challenges and Excellence)

The AICE Support Group encourages the campus community to join together to discuss disability related topics. Each week a member of the group facilitates the discussion. Also, the group engages in volunteer activities to benefit the community and educational activities for the FVCC campus. The activities build rapport and support intellectual and social growth.

For more information, contact Anna San Diego at 406-756-3881 or email

American Sign Language Club

The American Sign Language Club establishes an environment where students are given the opportunity to learn, exercise, and improve their sign language skills. The club acts as a support system coinciding with the language and cultural learning process required to become a successful

bi-lingual individual. For more information, contact advisor Collette Taylor at

Business Professionals of America

Business Professionals of America (BPA) is a nationally recognized organization for students interested in developing their business and professional skills.  Students may gain experience n business relations and represent the college at divisional, state and national competitions.  Students are encouraged to use the skills they have learned through course work and interact with the business world to enhance their future careers.

Contact advisor, Brenda Rudolph, at (406) 756-3858 or email for more information.

Christian Student Ministries

This organization is committed to helping students discover the truths of the Bible through study groups and discussion groups. Christian Student Ministries is dedicated to sharing the adventure of the Christian life, and aims to assist in meeting both the spiritual and physical needs of students on campus by becoming personally involved in the lives of others.

For more information, call Sharon Randolph at (406) 756-3981.

Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity is a non-profit organization that builds houses using volunteer labor and donated materials.  The houses are sold at no interest and no profit to low-income families who are unable to secure bank loans.  Students can give back to their community and have the opportunity to receive service learning credit for participation.

For further information, contact the AmeriCorps Office at (406) 756-3908.

Multicultural Club

The Multicultural Club welcomes all individuals who are interested in multicultural issues and global, as well as local issues.  Students, staff and community members interested in promoting cultural awareness and diversity are invited to participate.  The club meets weekly and sponsors various activities on campus, including the monthly Multicultural Film Festival.

Contact Mick Stemborski at (406) 756-3945 or email for more information.

Renewable Resource Education Organization

The Renewable Resource Education Club welcomes all students interested in recycling and environmental awareness.  Through education, RREC promotes waste reduction on the FVCC campus as well as in the greater Flathead community.  All proceeds from recycling on campus go toward an established scholarship available to FVCC students.

The The Renewable Resource Education Club also administers a carpooling group for students who wish to share rides to and from FVCC.

Contact the Renewable Resource Education Organization Coordinator at (406) 756-3908 or for more information.

Veterans’ Association

The FVCC Veterans’ Association is a service-support oriented organization with the primary objective of developing a foundation of understanding between veterans and non-veterans.

Organizational activities include active support of the Montana Veterans’ Home, weekly meetings, fund raising, direct support of other student organization activities and internal social events.

All students, veterans and non-veterans are encouraged to participate as members of the association.

For more information, contact advisor Rick Halverson (406) 756-3871 or email

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Last modified: March 11, 2014