Greetings from Fort Peck Community College! As the first chartered tribal college in Montana, we are proud to be a quality institution offering educational, cultural, and economic opportunities to the communities of northeastern Montana.
FPCC is a fully accredited tribal college with faculty and staff who are well-qualified and caring. As an open enrollment institution, we offer both two year degree programs and vocational programs unique to our state. We partner with numerous agencies, organizations, tribal entities, businesses, schools, and universities to deliver educational programs to youth and adults to serve as your key to lifelong learning. With campuses in both Poplar and Wolf Point, FPCC is able to connect to individuals who seek to better themselves in a positive and affordable way.
From Circle to Scobey, from Hindsdale to Bainville, and from Sidney to Opheim, and points in between, FPCC provides higher education, employment and career opportunities, workforce training, and cultural services to anyone interested in pursuing a college degree or in taking a single class for enjoyment.
Please take time to view the students and alumni featured in our Stories of Academic Success, as well the other departments. We have much to offer and invite you to call or stop by to broaden your horizons and your mind. To paraphrase a famous proverb, “the journey of a lifetime begins with a single step.” Take that step at FPCC!
In the spirit of higher education,
Florence M. Garcia, EdD
Dr. Florence McGeshick Garcia, Washte Hinapawe “Good Woman Comes Out”, is an enrolled member of the Fort Peck Assiniboine and Sioux Tribes. Originally from Wolf Point, Florence earned her doctorate in Adult and Higher Education from Montana State University-Bozeman and served as the Academic Vice-President at FPCC before beginning her tenure as President. She was a Director and adjunct faculty member at MSU-Bozeman and MSU-Billings, a high school teacher, and was a Dean of Student Services at Metropolitan State University in St Paul MN prior to her current position. Florence is a National TRiO Achiever, served as a board member on the Council for Opportunity in Education, and was a board member on the MSU-Bozeman Alumni Association. She has a daughter, Elisabeth, and 3 grandchildren.