ONE Campaign

ONE COLLEGE

ONE COMMUNITY

ENDLESS POSSIBILITIES

The ONE Campaign is a philanthropic effort to support new facilities on FVCC’s Kalispell campus to better serve students and the community.

Phase I

Funding is complete for a new Library and Learning Commons addition to the Rebecca Chaney Broussard Center for Nursing & Health Science

Phase II

The College Center will feature a Performance and Lecture Hall and Multi-Purpose Activity Complex to accommodate for large campus and community events.
A gift or pledge of $5,000 or more will establish a permanent presence in the Performance and Lecture Hall with a plaque on a seat that bears your name, or the name of a family, friend, company, organization or memorial.
Your gift to Flathead Valley Community College will be a significant step in advancing our mission to promote excellence in lifelong learning, focused on student success and community needs.

The ONE Campaign is a philanthropic effort to support new facilities on FVCC’s Kalispell campus to better serve students and the community.

For 50 years, FVCC has been a place for learning, innovation and creativity to improve and advance the communities we serve. We remain grateful for the culture of generosity and collaboration that has brought us to this day. Timing has never been better to take the next steps to strengthen the college experience for students and community members alike. We invite you to consider the exciting projects in this campaign to accelerate FVCC into the future.

– President Jane Karas

What will this campaign accomplish?

The ONE Campaign consists of two phases. Phase I involves the design and expansion of a new Library/Learning Commons as an addition to the Rebecca Chaney Broussard Center for Nursing and Health Science. Phase II involves the design and expansion of a new College Center. The projects will be funded through a combination of private gifts and revenue bonds and the college will not seek public funds.

Library and Learning Commons

A New Library and Learning Commons will offer a welcoming common space that encourages exploration, creation, and collaboration between students, faculty and the broader community. The design brings together the best of the physical and digital to create new technically advanced learning hubs. The current library space will become an inviting Student Center, creating a one-stop shop for recruiting and retaining students.

College Center

A College Center will feature a Performance and Lecture Hall with superb acoustics to accommodate exceptional educational, musical and theatrical programming. The Center will house a Multi-Purpose Activity Complex to meet the demand for student and community recreational opportunities, support health and wellness goals of the campus and community partners and provide greatly needed space for large campus and community events. The lobby of the Center will feature a secured Art Gallery to present exceptional artistic works of national, regional and local artists.

Phase I Cost:

3 Million

Begins:

Spring 2018

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Funding Raised To Date

Phase II Cost:

15 Million

Begins:

Spring 2019

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Funding Raised To Date

Honor someone special in FVCC’s future College Center. Name a seat and support education and the arts. Make a one-time gift of $5,000 or pledge over 5 years and secure your seat today.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I donate to the campaign?
  • Online or by mail
  • Call 406-756-4388 to arrange a donation
  • Pick up a campaign pledge card at the FVCC Foundation office in Blake Hall on the FVCC campus or at the Glacier Symphony offices in Kalispell

Mail donations to: The Foundation at Flathead Valley Community College, 777 Grandview Drive, BH 105, Kalispell, MT 59901

Where do I get more information on the ONE Campaign?
For more information on the ONE Campaign, call FVCC Foundation Director Colleen Unterreiner at (406) 756-3914
Where do I get more information on the expansion projects?
For more information on the Library and Learning Commons and the College Center construction projects, contact FVCC President Jane Karas at (406) 756-3801.
Does the college have any partners in this project?
As a proud partner in Phase II of the FVCC ONE Campaign, the Glacier Symphony will utilize the College Center as its permanent home. The College Center will include a large Performance and Lecture Hall designed for symphonic music and complemented by rehearsal space, classrooms, practice rooms, a green room, box office and storage. The College Center’s spacious Lobby and Secured Art Gallery will serve as a welcoming venue for Glacier Symphony receptions and gatherings.
How will the project be financed?
Through a combination of private gifts and revenue bonds. The college will not seek public funds for this project.