Apr 8, 2015

FVCC Holds Summer Registration: Students Eligible for Discounted Summer Activities

Flathead Valley Community College is now registering students for the upcoming summer semester. The complete course schedule of credit classes and course descriptions are available on the college’s website,


Class registration is open to new and returning students. For new degree-seeking students, the college requires a complete admissions file, which includes a completed application for admission; high school transcripts or diploma and an official copy of college transcripts, if applicable; proof of two measles, mumps and rubella immunizations; and completion of the COMPASS placement test. The application for admission may be completed on the college’s website or in the Admissions Office at no cost. New first-time degree-seeking students also are required to meet with Advising and Retention Coordinator Mary Jordt prior to registering for classes. Appointments can be made by calling 756-3673. Non-degree seeking students are subject to different admissions requirements.


Classes fill on a first-come, first-served basis. Returning students with completed admissions files can register online on the college’s website. Others can register in the college’s Admissions Office in Blake Hall Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, call 756-3848, or visit


Students who register for summer classes at FVCC will be eligible to participate in FVCC Summer Escapes student activities organized by the college at significantly reduced prices. Activities include a whitewater rafting trip through Glacier National Park, horseback trail ride through Glacier National Park, Glacier Highline Aerial Adventure Park, paintball, Flathead River kayak adventure, zipline adventure at Whitefish Mountain Resort and charter fishing trip and hike on Wild Horse Island. Prices range from $10 to $25 per adventure, depending on the activity. For the complete schedule of activities and registration information, visit or contact Intramurals Program Coordinator Sarah Bergford at 756-3893 or at