With over 100 academic programs to choose from and a vibrant student life, Flathead Valley Community College offers an outstanding education taught by world class faculty. Not to mention, campus is located in the heart of the beautiful Flathead Valley in Northwest Montana. The education you’ll receive here rivals the quality you’ll find at top universities in the country but at a fraction of the price.
FVCC offers something for all types of learners. Degree seeking students choose from over 100 academic programs; high school students earn college credit through the Running Start Program; lifelong learners take continuing education classes to brush up on skills or learn new ones; businesses get customized workforce training; and that’s only the beginning!
We welcome prospective students and their families to visit our picturesque campus and learn about the many student services and opportunities available at FVCC.
Our top priority is student success which is why FVCC offers numerous support resources to ensure students have the best chance at reaching their academic goals. FVCC’s 15:1 student to faculty ratio means that you are a treated like a person, not a number, on this campus.
FVCC is one of the most affordable colleges in Montana. Combine that with the wide range of scholarship and grants available and the outstanding financial assistance services we provide to help cover costs, and ultimately, many of our students graduate with minimal or no outstanding student loans.
Nestled in the Rocky Mountains in beautiful Northwest Montana, just 30 miles from Glacier National Park and 60 miles from the U.S.-Canada border, is where you will find Flathead Valley Community College. Founded in 1967, FVCC has provided high-quality academic programs taught by some of the nation’s brightest faculty for nearly 50 years.
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The Flathead Valley Community College Alumni and Friends Association invites FVCC graduates, former students and supporters of the college and their families to a social mixer at 406 Bar & Grill on October 10 from 6 to 9 p.m.
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