Flathead Valley Community College
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About Our College
The college was founded in 1967. It is one of three two-year institutions in the state that are outside the control of the University of Montana System, Montana State University System, and the tribal college system. The school offers an Associate of Applied Science degree in 24 different majors, as well as an Associate in Arts degree for substance abuse counseling and an Associate in Science degree for nursing. The college added an AAS degree in Brewing Science and Brewery Operations in 2015, and has built an on-campus brewery for student instruction.  Student housing will be available for the first time during the 2017–2018 academic year.