Help deserving students attend Blackfeet Community College through scholarships, fellowships, student support, and more. Your support helps make BCC accessible to a greater proportion of students and ensures students who come to BCC graduate. With your help, our students can focus more on their goals and achieving their future.
An endowed gift will provide Blackfeet Community College the opportunity to generate perpetual income, as well as to build a secure and sustainable future for the college. An endowment can support research, student scholarships, or a specific academic program or degree. Your endowed gift will help the college promote self-determination, by highlighting the importance of tribal centered education. Endowments will preserve the ability to transfer traditional Blackfeet knowledge to future generations.
4 Year Degree Development, Faculty Development, Teacher Capacity. Your contribution will help us support the many degrees offered at BCC including Business, Math and Science, Humanities, Human Services, Nursing, Education, and Workforce development
Currently, BCC is in the planning and design phase for signature projects identified in the 10-year master plan. A Student Health Center, a Land Grant/Workforce Center, and feasibility for campus housing are all considered as needed for supporting institutional growth and student success.
Energy efficient facilities are designed to reflect cultural values and Piikani worldview while reducing maintenance costs and providing a safe learning environment. Further development of our IT infrastructure, educational technology, and improved teaching and research facilities.
The continued growth of our campus will support ongoing access to all members of the community’s service district who desire education and training enabling them to pursue life-long educational opportunities. Our goal is to spread external communications and cooperation.
Tsi-ksi-ka-ta-pi-wa-tsin –Blackfeet Way of Knowing: Blackfeet culture/spirituality in philosophy, thought, and action. By donating to our cultural cause, your helping BCC promote our Blackfeet Way of Knowing. Ensuring our students and community stay connected to the Piikani language, culture, and traditions.
Medicine Spring Library
Medicine Spring Library holds three functions, an academic library, a community library for the Blackfeet Reservation, and the Blackfeet Archives. Funding for the library comes primarily from the tribal college, along with grant funds for specific projects, such as the digitization project in progress. Library donations are used to purchase books from Native American authors, graphic novels, children’s books, and other popular reading materials. Donations also fund materials for public programming, such as art programs, children’s movie nights, community lectures, the annual art show, and other types of community outreach.