Participating Colleges

Great Falls College

Great Falls College MSU is a public two-year college offering the comprehensive community college mission to the larger Great Falls area. GFC MSU offers educational opportunities in a variety of fields, including trades, healthcare, and transfer programs. Students may choose from flexible learning options with campus learning, distance education and online courses. The college’s faculty are highly experienced and knowledgeable, and, with a 14-to-1 student to faculty ratio, students enjoy the personal attention that small classes offer.

Great Falls College provides quality education to create leaders of tomorrow. GFC MSU plays a leading role in transforming the lives of students. By creating an educated workforce, GFC MSU, in turn, drives economic prosperity in the local community and throughout Montana.

Great Falls College MSU works to foster the success of students and their communities through innovative and flexible learning opportunities for all ages, backgrounds and aspirations.

Miles Community College

Located in Miles City, with a population of approximately 8,500, Miles Community College (MCC) is situated in the history-rich region of southeastern Montana. Since its founding in 1939, Miles Community College has promoted student success and lifelong learning through accessible, quality programs and community partnerships.

Today, Miles Community College offers credit programs to prepare students for transfer, as well as career and technical programs to prepare you to enter the workforce. With  outstanding programs, competitive price, small teacher-to-student ratio, athletic programs, and student clubs, MCC has something for everyone.

The greatest strength of Miles Community College is the people. Our faculty and staff are committed to helping you reach your educational goals. 

Missoula College

Missoula College, the two-year unit of the University of Montana, provides outstanding occupational and technical education covering 35 programs. Areas of study include business and health care professions, applied computing and engineering technology, and industrial technologies. An Associate of Arts general education degree is also available to students desiring a transfer degree for a baccalaureate degree program. Students completing two- and three-semester programs in the career and technical programs earn a Certificate of Applied Science degree, while students completing four-semester programs earn an Associate of Applied Science degree. Students in the Registered Nursing program earn an Associate of Science degree and General Studies students earn an Associate of Arts degree. Workforce development programs are also offered through the College’s Outreach Department.