Registration

First, be sure to complete an application for admission to FVCC if you are a new student. Returning students can follow the instructions below.

Degree-seeking students must meet with your advisor each semester before registering for classes. If you're not sure who your advisor is, please contact the front desk in Learning Resource Center at (406) 756-3880.

Once your admissions application is processed and you've met with your advisor, register for classes through the student portal or bring a signed registration form to the Admissions and Registration Office in Learning Resource Center 129.

For registration dates, see the Academic Calendar.

Adding or Dropping Classes

Complete the following process to add or drop a class:

  • Meet with your advisor (degree and certificate-seeking students only).
  • You can make changes to your schedule within the first week of the semester through the student portal.
  • After the first week of the semester, use the course add/drop form in Key Forms & Documents.
  • Drop off the completed form to the Admissions and Registration Office or email it to registrationinfo@fvcc.edu.

Refunds for dropped classes are determined by the refund schedule found here. Added classes will be charged full tuition and fees.

Registration FAQ

You can change your academic program online through the Student Portal. You can also visit the admissions and registration office (LRC 129) if you need assistance. Before registering for classes, you must have a complete admissions file.

For degree-seeking/certificate students:

After completing your admissions file, you contact 406-756-3880 to schedule an appointment with an advisor who will help you select and register for classes during scheduled registration dates. View the Academic Calendar.

For non-degree/certificate-seeking students:

After completing your admissions file, you can register during scheduled registration dates. View the Academic Calendar.

If you have questions, call (406) 756-3846 or email registrationinfo@fvcc.edu.
Students are encouraged to register through the Student Portal and Course Add/Drop Forms will also be accepted by email or in the admissions and registration office (LRC 129).

If you have questions, call (406) 756-3846 or email registrationinfo@fvcc.edu.
Advisors are assigned based on your academic program. Your advisor is listed on the Student Portal home page or you can contact (406) 756-3880 and ask for help finding your academic advisor. If you choose to change your advisor, you may do so by emailing apaulson@fvcc.edu. All degree/certificate-seeking students meet with their academic advisor before registering for any classes. Your advisor will help you choose classes required to complete your degree. You can schedule an advising appointment by calling (406) 756-3880. Tuition and fees are determined by residency. The cost of books will vary depending on the courses for which you register. We encourage full-time students to budget approximately $500 per semester for textbooks. Read through our current tuition and fees. There are many payment options available at FVCC. You can make a payment online through the Student Portal or stop in the business office located in the Blake Hall Room 132. The business office can also set up payment plans. You can order your books online through the FVCC Bookstore, or come into the bookstore. The FVCC Bookstore is located in Blake Hall. The bookstore carries both used and new textbooks. Used textbooks tend to sell out faster than new textbooks. If you are enrolled in a class that is canceled, you will receive a notification from the academic affairs department and all tuition and fees paid for the class will automatically be refunded. You do not need to withdraw from the course. If you need help replacing the course, contact an academic advisor at (406) 756-3880. Internships can be both paid and unpaid. If you find or currently have a job within your field, check with your advisor if it is possible to count this as your internship. Yes. Homeschool students must provide their high school transcript. If registering for more than five credits in a single semester, proof of two MMR immunizations or a notarized religious exemption is required.