What makes Flathead Valley Community College campus unique?

Flathead Valley Community College is located in beautiful northwest Montana, 30 miles from Glacier National Park. This desirable location means FVCC provides students ample access to the outdoors while also attracting world class faculty to our institution and local area.

FVCC is dedicated to student support with free information sessions, one-on-one attention, and financial aid benefits. At FVCC, you’ll receive individual attention from staff and faculty who are invested in your success, and you’ll receive a high quality education for an affordable price.

Describe student life at Flathead Valley Community College. What do students experience as freshman on your campus? How do students connect on your campus?

First year students at FVCC have access to robust student life and engagement activities, numerous special interest clubs, and co-ed sports and recreation.

New students are encouraged to connect through academic and social activities in addition to on-campus lectures, concerts, theater productions, and community events like farmer’s markets, outdoor activities, live music, and more. Also, student support services provides advisor meetings, information sessions, and social activities for students with the campus community.

What is the average cost of attendance?

The Cost of Attendance (COA) represents the estimated student costs for nine months at 12 credits per semester. Individual course lab fees are not included in the COA.

In-district Tuition and Fees: $4134/yr*

Books and Supplies: $1000/yr*

Room and Board off-campus: $6750/yr*

Room and Board on-campus: $7606/yr*

Room and Board with parent/family: $1980/yr*

Transportation: $2000/yr*

Personal and Miscellaneous: $2240/yr*

What programs would you like to highlight, or which programs are you best known for? What does job placement look like for your students?

We’re proud of all of our high quality programs at FVCC. We are often known for our competitive health care programs like nursing, surgical technology, and medical coding, our career and technical trades programs including industrial machining, welding technology, and firearms technology, and our natural resources and bioscience and technology academic programs.

We prepare students for transfer with customized plans to ensure future student success and completion of general education requirements with a robust Honors program.

What deadlines should students know about?

FAFSA Priority deadline for 2022-2023 academic year is December 1, 2021. We are rolling admissions, and our application is free and online. Scholarships deadlines are February 15, 2022 for the 2022-2023 academic year. If you’re planning to join us this fall, there’s still time to apply for admissions and scholarships.

Anything else you’d like students to know about Flathead Valley Community College?

Flathead Valley Community College prides itself on providing a high quality education at a very affordable price, with exceptional student support services to guide you through the college process. With over $1 million provided to students in scholarships each year, FVCC is here to help make your higher education goals a reality.

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Montana’s schools, colleges and universities provide a variety of programs to help students prepare for the future. With many options to choose from, students can find a public, private, or tribal institution ready to help them succeed. Whether the goal is to learn a specific skill, earn a certificate or credential for a certain occupation, begin the college process with plans to transfer on, or pursue an advanced degree, Montana’s schools, colleges and universities offer tremendous value, choice, and flexibility.


City:
Harlem
Enrollment:
122
Tuition/Fees:
$2,410
Student/Teacher ratio:
10:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Bozeman
Enrollment:
31
Tuition/Fees:
$12,005
Student/Teacher ratio:
31:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Hamilton
Enrollment:
140
Tuition/Fees:
$1,315
Student/Teacher ratio:
15:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Hamilton
Enrollment:
37
Tuition/Fees:
$14,150
Student/Teacher ratio:
10:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Browning
Enrollment:
375
Tuition/Fees:
$3,370
Student/Teacher ratio:
11:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Billings
Enrollment:
107
Tuition/Fees:
$12,000
Student/Teacher ratio:
13:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Butte
Enrollment:
37
Tuition/Fees:
$10,950
Student/Teacher ratio:
7:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Helena
Enrollment:
1,362
Tuition/Fees:
$35,486
Student/Teacher ratio:
11:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Lame Deer
Enrollment:
186
Tuition/Fees:
$2,260
Student/Teacher ratio:
10:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Billings
Tuition/Fees:
$3,843
Majors/Programs:

City:
Kalispell
Enrollment:
69
Tuition/Fees:
$12,800
Student/Teacher ratio:
11:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Glendive
Enrollment:
329
Tuition/Fees:
$5,250
Student/Teacher ratio:
13:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Kalispell
Enrollment:
2,307
Tuition/Fees:
$6,180
Student/Teacher ratio:
11:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Poplar
Enrollment:
358
Tuition/Fees:
$2,250
Student/Teacher ratio:
10:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Bozeman
Enrollment:
545
Tuition/Fees:
$3,400
Student/Teacher ratio:
20:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Great Falls
Enrollment:
1,691
Tuition/Fees:
$3,386
Student/Teacher ratio:
15:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Helena
Enrollment:
1,422
Tuition/Fees:
$3,359
Student/Teacher ratio:
13:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Butte
Enrollment:
769
Tuition/Fees:
$3,569
Student/Teacher ratio:
14:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Crow Agency
Enrollment:
243
Tuition/Fees:
$3,200
Student/Teacher ratio:
15:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Miles City
Enrollment:
459
Tuition/Fees:
$5,550
Student/Teacher ratio:
10:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Great Falls
Enrollment:
82
Tuition/Fees:
$17,200
Student/Teacher ratio:
13:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Bozeman
Enrollment:
16,613
Tuition/Fees:
$7,277
Student/Teacher ratio:
19:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Billings
Enrollment:
4,401
Tuition/Fees:
$5,928
Student/Teacher ratio:
14:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Havre
Enrollment:
1,236
Tuition/Fees:
$5,955
Student/Teacher ratio:
14:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Butte
Enrollment:
1,909
Tuition/Fees:
$7,412
Student/Teacher ratio:
14:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Dillon
Enrollment:
37
Tuition/Fees:
$12,974
Student/Teacher ratio:
25:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Billings
Enrollment:
991
Tuition/Fees:
$28,572
Student/Teacher ratio:
11:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Pablo
Enrollment:
809
Tuition/Fees:
$6,349
Student/Teacher ratio:
9:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Box Elder
Enrollment:
554
Tuition/Fees:
$2,645
Student/Teacher ratio:
18:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Missoula
Enrollment:
11,865
Tuition/Fees:
$7,244
Student/Teacher ratio:
17:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Missoula
Tuition/Fees:
$3,886
Majors/Programs:

City:
Dillon
Enrollment:
1,538
Tuition/Fees:
$5,717
Student/Teacher ratio:
17:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Great Falls
Enrollment:
1,066
Tuition/Fees:
$25,168
Student/Teacher ratio:
12:1
Majors/Programs:

* Figures are based on 2018-19 National Center for Education Statistics data and may be estimated. Tuition is calculated for full-time in-state students. Consult each institution for current tuition rates.