What makes Blackfeet Community College campus unique?
Our campus is located, on the Blackfeet Nation, in Browing MT. The picturesque view of Glacier National Park in the background. Blackfeet Community College has offered our students educational opportunities and focusing on career options and language preservation of the Piikani Language.Read More
Piikani History and Language degrees are unique to Blackfeet Community College as well as our community liaison approach.
Describe student life at Blackfeet Community College. What do students experience as freshman on your campus? How do students connect on your campus?
As Freshmen students can participate in Student Senate, the student body government. A variety of clubs and organizations on campus. The student senate creates a fall and spring fling activity for the entire campus. Smaller classes sizes and community building student success.
What is the average cost of attendance?
The average cost of attendance is $2170 as a full-time student.
What programs would you like to highlight, or which programs are you best known for? What does job placement look like for your students?
Our homegrown teacher program has successfully placed 100% of all recent graduates within the public school system. Over 52 Elementary Education Students earn their Bachelor’s degree with the 2+2 program with U of M Western.
What deadlines should students know about?
- Application for Admissions: August & January
- FAFSA Priority Deadline: March 1, 2022
- School of Nursing Baccuralete Application: May 2022
- Cobell Scholarship: January 10, 2022
- American Indian College Fund: October 2022
- Blackfeet Higher Education: June 30, 2022
Anything else you’d like students to know about Blackfeet Community College?
The equity program at BCC is open to first-time first-year students. This class is designed to give students an experiential learning experience and is a specialized section of the general core.
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