Fort Peck Community College (FPCC) has a mission to meet the unique educational needs of Native people on the reservation, as well as area and community members.
With a variety of academic and vocational offerings, the College is designed to improve the employability and efficiency of current and prospective students. These academic programs include: Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, Associate of Applied Science, and several Certificate programs. To ensure quality and academic integrity, FPCC maintains full accreditation by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU).
FPCC has a well-qualified faculty with advanced degrees. FPCC courses are taught by an average of 25 full-time faculty members and additional adjunct faculty members. Four of the full–time faculty members have PhDs, 7 have Master’s degrees, and 5 have Bachelor’s degrees. Six vocational instructors with industry certifications. Adjunct (part-time) faculty has qualifications similar to full-time faculty.
In conjunction with the Student Services, Community Services, and Institutional Development Divisions, FPCC is prepared to provide a high standard of education at the community/tribal college level to the people of northeastern Montana.