Good news for Flathead Valley Community College students - the college recently announced they would freeze tuition and current fees for the 2013-2014 academic year. President Jane Karas told NBC Montana the freeze is a result of continued support from state legislators, the governor's focus on education, and being fiscally responsible.
FVCC also recognized that the community continues to live in tough economic times. By keeping a school affordable, it helps students easily transition from the collegiate world to the real world without heavy student loan debt.
Visit FVCC's website for more information on programs and tuition.