Facts & Figures

Founded: 1929 (History)

Type: Public, co-educational, residential Main

Campus: Havre, Montana

Calendar: Semester

Programs: Certificate, 2 Year, 4 Year, Master's Degrees: A.A.S., A.S., A.A., A.D.N., B.A.S., B.S., B.A., M.E., M.S.E (Degrees)

Majors: Over 35 in Arts and Sciences, Agriculture, Business, Engineering Technology, Education and Nursing. (Colleges & Programs)

Top Majors: Elementary Education, Nursing, Business, Diesel Technology, Counselor Education (Master's)

Minors: Over 15

Enrollment: 1,086

Residence Halls: 2, housing over 200 students (Residence Life)

Financial Aid:
Approximately 80 percent of students receive some form of financial aid. $11 million in aid is awarded each year. (Financial Aid)
Scholarships:
Available for achievement, circumstance, and academic merit (Scholarships)
Institutional Accreditation:
• Northwest Commission on Colleges
   and Universities (NWCCU)
Program Accreditations:
• Automotive Technology (BS, AAS):
   National Automotive Technicians
   Foundation (NATEF)
• Civil Engineering Technology (BS):
   Accredited by the Technology
   Accreditation Commission of ABET (ABET)
• Education: BSEd and M.Ed in School Counseling (OPI)
• Nursing (BSN, ASN):
   Accreditation Commission for Education in
   Nursing (ACEN)
Athletics:
NAIA, Division I, Frontier Conference: Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Volleyball. Cascade Conference: Wrestling. A variety of club and intramural sports are also available for all students. (Athletics Website)
Chancellor:
Greg Kegel
Directory Assistance:
406.265.3700
800.662.6132