You will find a network of support at Flathead Valley Community College. Whether you’re looking for guidance in applying to FVCC, financial support or assistance with academic or personal issues, you’ll discover a welcoming and dedicated community interested in meeting your needs to help you succeed.
Admissions and Registration
Our “open door” policy means you’re welcome to enroll at FVCC if you’re 16 years or older. An admissions representative will walk you through the process of filling out forms, submitting information and seeking the type of program and classes that best fit your needs. Degree seeking students will be assigned an academic advisor to assist them in registering and planning their schedule.
You’ll find a wide array of academic support services available on the FVCC campus.
- Advising & Counseling
- Career Center
- Disability Support Services
- Financial Aid
- GED/Adult Basic Education
- Math, Reading, & Writing Labs
- Media Center
- TRIO Program
Advising and Counseling
Whether you’re seeking a degree, a certificate, transferring to FVCC or preparing to transfer to another institution, FVCC advisors will guide you through registration, offer new-student orientation and make sure you’re prepared for graduation and/or to transfer to a four-year institution. Our advising staff, located in the Learning Center, assists any student seeking career or academic advising, and our Mental Health Counselor offers free, confidential counseling appointments. Call the Learning Center for an appointment: (406) 756-3880.
Scholarships and Financial Aid
Nearly 80 percent of FVCC graduates receive some type of financial assistance. If you’re a degree-seeking student, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) so we can determine your eligibility for federal or state aid. We also offer more than 130 institutional and privately funded scholarships annually. For a complete list of available scholarships, visit the financial aid team.