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FVCC will help you make the transition from High School to College.

Reasons to Begin Your College Education at FVCC

Transitioning from high school to college is one of the greatest adventures you will undertake! It is exciting, unpredictable, and a journey of its own. Here are some great reasons to attend FVCC.

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Personalized Attention

Small class sizes ensure that students receive a more personal, tailored educational experience. All students have access to an abundance of free resources, including tutoring, counseling and more.

Scholarships & Affordable Excellence

In 2016, FVCC awarded more than $1 million in scholarships to students. FVCC’s tuition and fees are considerably lower than those at most four-year universities and colleges, and 40% less than University of Montana and Montana State University.

Better Transfer Prep

Students who start their education at FVCC earn more A’s and B’s during their first semesters at Montana’s four-year campuses compared to the overall
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Outstanding Faculty

FVCC faculty members have studied, taught, conducted research and volunteered across the globe.

On-campus Housing

FVCC offers modern, on-campus apartments with private bedrooms, bathrooms and kitchens.

Honors Program

FVCC honors courses provide a cross-disciplinary approach taught by a team of two instructors, providing each student a unique learning experience.

Undergraduate Research and Study Abroad

FVCC students conduct research in a variety of disciplines during their first two years of college. Many of FVCC’s research projects are combined with study-abroad opportunities in places such as the South Pacific, Central America and Europe.

Unparalleled Outdoor Recreation

Glacier National Park, Flathead Lake, Whitefish Mountain Resort… need we say more?

Experience 360 video – in the lab and on stage.

There is more to college than studying, and we get that. Your experience of college is your own. It is unique to you. At FVCC we encourage you to learn in and out of the classroom. Socialize with peers and challenge yourself to find new experiences that you have never had before.