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Blackfeet Community College

 

Blackfeet Community College currently provides for the following services to the community and its students:

 

  • General education courses for students in support of one and two year campus programs
  • College preparatory services in educational development training and/or occupational programs
  • Educational services to increase employee efficiency and effectiveness to strengthen tribal management
  • Educational services to enhance knowledge and pride of Blackfeet language, culture, history and heritage
  • Educational services in occupational training for entry into specific vocations
  • Educational services that meet social and special needs of the community
  • Student support services in financial aid, academic advising, and personal and career counseling
  • Community supportive services in areas of research and in strengthening the leadership capabilities of tribal-members

 

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Black Tie & Blue Jeans

Please join us for Blackfeet Community College’s first annual Black Tie & Blue Jeans fundraiser for student scholarships. All proceeds will be matched by Partnership With Native Americans (PWNA), up to $20,000! Saturday, April 30th, 2016,  5pm – 12am Cut Bank Elks Club 18 S Central…

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13th Annual BCC Health Fair

The 13th Annual Blackfeet Community College Health Fair is on April 7th, 2016 from 9am to 4pm and will take place in the Beaver Painted Lodge Student Commons.  This year’s theme is Sokinaapi, which means “make well”. The Fair will give students and community members an opportunity…

Bear River Commemoration

Bear River Commemoration

Please join us for Bear River Commemoration on Monday, January 25th from 8:00am to 9:30am in the Student Commons, followed by an on-site ceremony. Activities begin at 8:30 am in the Student Commons, featuring guest speaker Paul R. Wylie, author of 2016 new release Blood on…