What makes Little Big Horn College campus unique?
Our commitment is to the Mission of the LBHC; its existence in our Crow Indian community, and to strive to meet the needs of our students and community for education and training, to meet the needs of the community, and to preserve and protect the Crow culture and language.
Describe student life at Little Big Horn College. What do students experience as freshman on your campus? How do students connect on your campus?
Since we are a small community college these students basically become family. Our freshmen are closely tracked by LBHC First Year Coordinator. The priority is to monitor that they are successful in their first year as freshmen. Students here know each other for we are a small community either from high schools they have attended or by their families being related.
What is the average cost of attendance?
$3,200 for a year for tuition and fees.
What programs would you like to highlight, or which programs are you best known for? What does job placement look like for your students?
Several employees from the Crow tribal housing department are enrolled in electrical and engineering, which secure their jobs based on their training and certifications. The Teacher Ed program with UM Western (Dillion) has graduated employees who were once teachers' assistance and now have earned their Bachelor’s degree, securing and allowing them to advance in their work titles and salary increase. Building and Carpentry are an addition to our trades program to promote hands-on learning so that individuals can have a sustainable living after the completion of the program. CDL Program has certified communities members and several are working locally or regionally.
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