Fort Peck Community College

Welcome to Fort Peck Community College

Fort Peck Community College (FPCC) is a tribally controlled community college chartered by the Fort Peck Assiniboine and Sioux

FPCC granted its first associate degree in 1987. During the recent period of 2000 to 2008, FPCC has awarded certificates and associate degrees to 440 students.

Recently added for Fort Peck Health Symposium  For SWP/MFT/LAC there is 17 hours of continuing education credits allowed for this symposium. Fee for the credits is $200.
Fort Peck Health Symposium  A public health symposium to engage the community about the prevalence and impacts of current and historical trauma on health across the lifespan, discuss community-based approaches to address trauma, and provide an opportunity to develop a plan to become a trauma-informed tribal community. Professionals in medicine, nursing, social work, education, the judiciary system, and law enforcement, as well as community members, are encouraged to attend. Learn More »
About Fort Peck Indian Reservation  The Fort Peck Reservation is in northeastern Montana, 40 miles west of the North Dakota border and 50 miles south of the Canadian border, with the Missouri River defining its southern perimeter. It includes more than two million acres of land (110 miles long and 40 miles wide). It is home to the Assiniboine and Sioux Tribal Nations, each composed of numerous band and divisions. The duly elected governing body is the Tribal Executive Board, composed of twelve members, a chairman, vice-chairman, secretary-accountant and sergeant-at-arms. Tribal headquarters are located in Poplar. Learn More »
Pre Engineering Degree  Fort Peck Community College is now offering an Associate of Science (AS) degree in Pre-Engineering. Learn More »
FPCC Graduation  FPCC will be holding the 2015 Graduation on May 16, 2015, 11AM at the Poplar High School. Come show your support for this year graduates. Learn More »
Student Surveys

FPCC Requests the participation of students for the following surveys.

Student Activity Survey Spring 2015
Student Evaluation of Advisoring Spring 2015
Student Evaluation of Instructors Spring 2015

Associate of Arts

The Associate of Arts (AA) degree requires a minimum of 60 credit hours of coursework. The AA degree is appropriate for students intending to transfer to a four-year institution in disciplines such as business, elementary education, human services, humanities, literature and psychology. Students who wish a broad base of learning experiences should select the General Studies program of study.

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Associate of Science

The Associate of Science (AS) degree requires a minimum of 60 credit hours of coursework. The AS degree plan includes the general education requirements, plus an additional four semester credits in mathematics or science. The AS degree is recommended for students planning careers in computer technology, mathematics, hazardous materials, health, nursing and science. Students who wish a broad base of learning experiences should select the General Studies program of study.

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Associate of Applied Science

The Associate of Applied Science Degrees (AAS) is courses of study of 60 or more semester credits. These programs are in vocational/technical areas and are designed to prepare the student for immediate employment following graduation (not recommended for transfer credit). Fifteen (15) credits of Related Instruction are required. Most of the courses are directly related to specific fields of study. Students must select an occupational objective and follow a specific program of study. FPCC course requirements are included in the programs of study.

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One Year Certificate

Certificate programs are intended to provide the student with training for immediate employment upon completion of one year of study. Certificates are terminal and not intended to transfer to other institutions. They tie into AAS degrees in business, computer technology, automotive technology, and business technology. Because of the concentrated training in the specific vocation, a minimum of ten credits in Related Instruction is required.

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