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FPCC
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Tribal College located on
the Fort Peck Assiniboine &
Sioux Reservation located in
Northeastern Montana.

Poplar, MT


Wolf Point, MT

Bringing

Education
to the
People



The goal of FPCC is t
o provide academic education and
vocational training for American Indians and area residents
that assists them in meeting career and occupational
objectives either through employment or transfer for
completion of additional degrees and certificates. In addition,
Fort Peck Community College is dedicated to the special
efforts needed to maintain and preserve the history, language
and culture of the Fort Peck Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes.
This includes community education and development activities
in the areas of health and wellness, and social and economic
development.


Fort Peck Community College serves the people of the
Fort Peck Reservation and Northeastern Montana as a
medium of Indian awareness, enabling increased self
-
awareness.

The College offers an academic program that enables
students to earn credits in college sources designed to be
transferable to other institutions of post secondary and
higher education. The College serves the constituency
of the reservation populations by maintaining an
occupational training program based on the needs of the
people living on and near the reservation and on potential
employment opportunities available in the region. The
College serves the people by initiation and supporting
community activities and organizations based on the needs
and wishes of community members.


Chartered by the Fort Peck Assiniboine/Sioux Tribes of
NE Montana, 1978


Accreditation with the Northwest Commission on Colleges
and Universities, Initial Accreditation in 1991


Tribally Controlled College, reflects the culture and values of
the Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes; Land Grant College


Enrollment totals 400+ students, 33% in vocational programs


75 fulltime employees; 21 fulltime faculty and 54 staff, 15 pt
faculty


Facilities in Poplar and Wolf Point, 22 buildings


Vision Net conveys classes between campuses


Board of Directors


Tribal Council Members, School
Supt., Tribal Members











Fall 2009Student Enrollment


447


Fall 2010 Student Enrollment

445


Graduates: 2010


67 (increase from 41)


Fall 2010


American Indian 84% ; Non
-
Indian16%


Fall 2010


162 Men; 283 Women




Associate of Arts


American Indian Studies


Business Administration

ƒ
Education

ƒ
General Studies

ƒ
Human Services


Psychology


Associate of Science


Computer Programming

ƒ
Computer Technology

ƒ
General Studies

ƒ
Hazardous Materials Waste Technology/Waste Management
Technology

ƒ
Pre
-
Health and Pre
-
Nursing

ƒ
Science


Biomedical

ƒ
Science
-

Environmental


Associate of Applied
Science Degrees


Automotive Technology


Building Trades

ƒ
Business Technology

ƒ
Computer Technology

ƒ
Hazardous Materials/Waste
Management Technology


Small Business Management



One Year Certificates


Accounting Technician


Automotive Technology


Building Trades

ƒ
Business Assistant

ƒ
Desktop Support
Technician

ƒ
Computer Technology:
Programming

ƒ
Electrical Line Worker

ƒ
Hazardous Materials/Waste
Management Technician

ƒ
Heavy Equipment Operator

ƒ
Truck Driving


Welding Technology


Poplar & Wolf Point
Campuses

“bringing education to the people”

FPCC
promotes
student
success
through
programs
that
support
and
encourage
engagement
between
students,
family, faculty,
staff and
community
.




Special Services


Tutors

Mentors

Daycare

Financial Aid

Retention Services


Wa

Wo

Giya

(Offers to Help)

Me A Kona (My Friend) Project

Service Learning
Course/Opportunities

Student/Faculty Engagement
Project

Gas Voucher Program

Starving Student Project

Career Development Center

Placement Center

Vocational and Career Counseling

College Preparation Courses

GED Testing Services

Adult Basic Education

Learning Center

Dormitory

Basketball
-
Buffalo Chasers

Student
Organizations


Student Senate

American Indian Business
Leaders (AIBL)

American Indians in Science
& Engineering (AISES)

Blue Stone Indian Club

Vision Car Club

Student Gaming Club

Student Activity Planning
Group


Early Intervention Activities


Financial Aid


Academic Readiness


Transportation


Student Persistence