FVCC Fall Semester Begins Monday, August 29
Flathead Valley Community College’s Fall semester officially kicks off Monday, August 29 with offerings and opportunities for students of all ages. With a full schedule of classes and the coming opening of the much-anticipated new multipurpose Paul D. Wachholz College Center, students, visitors and community alike can all find a reason to take a look at FVCC this fall.
“If you’re considering college but not sure what you’re interested in or where to start, we are here to help you with the financial aid details, application instructions and more to get you where you want to go,” says Director of Student Services Amber Paulson.
From career and technical programs such as physical therapist assistant, nursing, culinary arts, and graphic design to shorter certificate programs like social media marketing and biotechnology, anyone can access FVCC’s support services to make a plan for college.
"We’re here to help you with your professional goals. We can also customize a transfer plan for students looking for an affordable start to their education. Our advisors will help you create an education plan that fits your needs” Paulson says.
With dedicated staff to help students of all ages make their higher education dreams a reality, there’s also a new era of opportunities and experiences for students and the community coming to the FVCC Kalispell campus.
With the Wachholz College Center set to open late this fall, campus is already buzzing with anticipation of soon-to-be-announced performers and speakers slated to appear in the new facilities.
“The College Center will host the community and enhance programs across campus. We’re thrilled to offer new experiences for our students and everyone in the valley,” says Director of the Wachholz College Center Matt Laughlin. “Get ready to join us on campus for nationally-recognized shows and performances starting this fall,” Laughlin adds.
Paired with these exciting upcoming events, Fall semester is a better time than ever to join FVCC on campus, online, or a mix of both to explore and develop within degree and certificate programs, customized transfer programs, and community education. Whether students are already enrolled in fall classes or anyone interested in applying for admission, we’re here to help you get started. Fall semester registration is on now and classes begin August 29.
For more information, visit fvcc.edu and explore your options.