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College Notes

Heart of the Rockies Job Opening

Heart of the Rockies Initiative has announce a new job opening for a Rural Development Manager. Details

Veterans’ Benefits

Take a look at the new additions to FPCC Veteran Benefit page.  Check it out!

Covid News August 27

Please look at the announcement about procedures for attending in person classes as well as physical presence on FPCC properties.  Review Here

Student of the Year – Michael Cooper

Student of the Year – Michael Cooper
POPLAR, MONTANA – February 12, 2021, Fort Peck Community College is pleased to announce Michael Cooper as the Student of the Year for 2020/21! Michael embodies the Buffalo Chaser spirit and values during his time at FPCC. He demonstrates a strong commitment to academics while balancing family and community responsibilities. Michael is one of 37 students from across the country as being a Tribal College and Student of the Year for the 2020/21 Academic Year!


FPCC Fall 2020 Dean’s and President’s List

Congratulations on an outstanding semester of work, especially in such trying times.

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New Mexico Corps Job Opportunity

Planning on some summer work?  Take a look at this opportunity.  Check it out!

AIHEC Aseto’ne Networking Project

The Aseto’ne Networking Project provides support and opportunities for TCU students interested in health research, including connecting researchers to TCU Students. Mentors will offer assistance and support, and will help guide students in their academic and professional goals. Mentor support will be provided via email, video chat, or phone call. Students will also have the opportunity to engage with other mentor program participants through Zoom and online discussion boards.

Take a look at this opportunity!

Virtual Student Orientation

Check out the new option for student orientation.  Live event scheduled for Jan. 13 9am until noon and available for review on Facebook

Join Us!

Chris Herren Story

Check out this virtual Zoom event!

Chris Herren, a basketball legend from Fall River, Massachusetts, was an All-American, broke scoring records and was recruited by the nation’s top colleges.  Herren realized his lifelong dream of playing in the NBA when he was drafted by the Denver Nuggets in 1999 and then traded to his hometown team, the Boston Celtics, before losing his career and almost his family to the disease of addiction.  

New Hosting Site for FPCC Media

Take a look at the new FPCC BuzzSprout content.

Take a Look!