Flathead Valley Community College
FVCC offers academic transfer programs, career training programs, computer and business workshops, online classes, FVCC Theatre, Kid's College, and enriching events and activities for the community.
Nestled in the Rocky Mountains in beautiful Northwest Montana, just 30 miles from Glacier National Park and 60 miles from the U.S.-Canada border, is where you will find Flathead Valley Community College. With two campuses located in Kalispell and Libby, we serve nearly 100,000 residents over a two-county region covering more than 5.6 million acres, an area greater than the state of Massachusetts.
FVCC provides high-quality academic programs taught by some of the nation’s brightest faculty. Our students go on to lead successful lives whether they transfer on to four-year colleges and universities throughout Montana and the nation or take advantage of over 50 career and technical programs that prepare them to enter into today’s workforce.
We also offer the Running Start program for eligible area high school students who want to get a jump start on their college education while saving a significant amount of money on tuition; online classes so our students can learn anywhere at anytime; classes taught through interactive television reaching students living in rural communities; select undergraduate and graduate degrees through our partnerships with various Montana colleges and universities so students do not have to leave the Flathead Valley; customized workforce training for area businesses; and a wide variety of fun, enriching and affordable non-credit classes for all ages.
Flathead Valley Campus 777 Grandview Drive Kalispell, MT 59901 (406) 756-3822 (800) 313-3822 Lincoln County Campus 225 Commerce Way Libby, MT 59923 (406) 293-2721
The Big Mountain Commercial Association is a non-profit public trade association that raises funds to pay for common services and programs.
These include funding for the S.N.O.W. Bus, a free shuttle service between Whitefish and Whitefish Mountain Resort. The S.N.O.W. Bus has been a staple of our community for over 20 years.