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Blackfeet Community College


Blackfeet Community College currently provides 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


Paid Interns Wanted! ... See MoreSee Less

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2018 Job and Career Fair will take place Thursday, April 5th, at the Blackfeet Community College! The event is open to the public so be sure to take advantage of this Awesome opportunity! ... See MoreSee Less

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Blackfeet Community College shared Medicine Spring Library's event. ... See MoreSee Less

Open Mic Night At the Library

March 26, 2018, 6:00pm - March 26, 2018, 9:00pm

Please join us for our first open mic night! Looking for performers and audience members so please come down for a wonderful evening of entertainment.

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Free to attend workshop going on today and tomorrow (3/22-23), don't miss out! ... See MoreSee Less

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BCC alumni!!!
Great Job Terydon!!
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#FacesofUM: "I do identify a lot with Kanye West," says UM junior Terydon Hall, "I love myself." But he would rather be known for his work in the community than his self-confidence. Terydon is from Browning, Montana, and is majoring in political science with a focus on public administration and international relations. This summer he will study for the Law School Admission Test to pursue a law degree from UM - or maybe even Harvard. Terydon says he wants to ensure Native American equality through law. "People will label you as Native American, say you're outstanding for a Native American, not just outstanding for a citizen. I can't agree with that," he says. "I don't think race should define you." One day, Terydon would like to live on his family's cattle ranch near his hometown, but until then he can be found anywhere outside where there are signs of wildlife with a rifle or a fishing pole in-hand. That is, when he's not at the library or the Food Zoo. With UM's access to technology and wilderness, he says he is in the perfect environment to make change in the community. "I truly believe that if you want something, hard work will get it," he says. "I doubt that the future is really written yet."

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Bear River Commemoration 2018

Bear River Commemoration 2018 Location: BPL Commons Time: 10:00AM – 4:00PM Please join us for the 24th Annual Bear River Commemoration on Tuesday, January, 23rd at 10:00 am in the BCC Student Commons. Welcome by Termaine Edmo, BCC  Student senate president, followed by an opening prayer…

Spring Registration 2018

Spring 2018 Registration for the 2018 Spring Semester is approaching fast! We want to make sure all incoming students have the right information they need to start off their upcoming Spring Semester.  Returning students can enroll for Spring Semester by filling out the application for…

Blackfeet 2020

Blackfeet 2020 campaign Blackfeet 2020 is using the power of crowdfunding to start the transformation of Blackfeet Community College from a 2-year to the first, non-government funded 4-year tribal college in American History.  The full transformation would take $5 million, so we are starting with this…