KALISPELL - School is almost back in session at Flathead Valley Community College (FVCC) in Kalispell.
FVCC is one of only three community colleges in the state offering a wide variety of special programs from welding, electrical, nursing and more.
Orientation gets underway on Friday as well as student move-in day into the on-campus dormitory Founders Hall.
FVCC Student Engagement Coordinator Wendy Jeschke said registration for the upcoming semester is still open until classes officially start on August 29th.
Jeschke said FVCC offers a variety of in-person and remote learning opportunities.
“I think we’ve learned a lot over the last couple of years, and we’ve added a lot more remote options, a lot more online classes, also we have a lot of in-person classes, so we have learned more technology and to become way more flexible in providing that assistance to students,” added Jeschke.
The first performance at the college’s new 58,000-square-foot performance hall is slated for early November.