Fort Peck Community College

Fort Peck Community College

Poplar, Montana


Fort Peck Community College

Fort Peck Community College is a public, at least 2 but less than 4 years institution located in Poplar, Montana. The campus is situated in a remote town area and is home to 346 undergraduate students.

Frequently Asked

How much does it cost to attend Fort Peck Community College?

The cost of undergraduate tuition and fees for attending Fort Peck Community College for an academic year is $2,250. Both in-state and out-of-state students pay the same tuition. 90% of undergraduate students at Fort Peck Community College receive financial aid.

What degrees are offered at Fort Peck Community College?

The degrees offered at Fort Peck Community College include "one but less than two years certificate" and "associate's degree".

What are the popular majors at Fort Peck Community College?

The most popular programs/majors at Fort Peck Community College include "Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities", "Human Services, General"" and "Business Administration, Management and Operations".

What is the graduation rate at Fort Peck Community College?

The graduation rate at Fort Peck Community College is 15%.

What is the debt of graduating Fort Peck Community College students? What is the earnings?

After college, former students in their mid-career (10 years after entry) earn an average salary of $21,800.

Overview

College Category

Degree-granting, associate's and certificates

Student-to-faculty Ratio

10

Awards Offered

One but less than two years certificate

Associate's degree

City

Poplar

College Type

Public

Campus Housing

No

Location Setting

Remote Town

Average Grant or Scholarship Aid

$4,713

General

Address

605 Indian Street
Poplar, Montana 59255-0398

College Website

www.fpcc.edu

Phone

(406) 768-6300

Admissions Website

www.fpcc.edu

Online Application Website

www.fpcc.edu

Financial Aid Website

www.fpcc.edu

Admissions

This college has open admission policy


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Costs to Attend

The cost for undergraduate students to attend Fort Peck Community College for an academic year can be broken down into $1,680 for tuition, $570 for fees, $700 for books and supplies, - for room and board and - for other expenses. The cost for in-state and out-of-state students is the same.

Tuition and Fees

$2,250
Tuition$1,680
Fees$570
Books and supplies$700
Room and board-
Other expenses-
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Students

Fort Peck Community College has 346 undergradute students. 38% of the undergraduate students are male compared to 62% female.

Undergradute Enrollment

346

Enrollment by gender

38%

38% men

62%

62% women

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Academics

The graduation rate for undergraduate students at Fort Peck Community College is 15%. The graduation rate for male undergraduate students is 27% compared to 0% for female undergraduate students.

The retention rate for undergraduate students at Fort Peck Community College is 31%. Retention rate is the percentage of first-time undergraduate students who return to continue their studies the following fall semester.

Graduation Rate

15%

Graduation Rate by Gender

27%

27% men

0%

0% women

Retention Rate

31%
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After College

The average earnings of former students working 10 years after entry at Fort Peck Community College is $21,800 with 25% of former students having earnings less than $5,900 compared to 25% former students having earnings greater than $32,600.

Mean Earnings After 10 Years

$21,800

Earnings Range After 10 Years

$5,900 - $32,600

Percent Earning Over $25,000 After 10 Years

34%

The percent of former students working 10 years after entry at Fort Peck Community College is 66% compared to 34% of former students 10 years after entry not working.

Working Status

66%

66% percent_working

34%

34% percent_not_working

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Programs and Majors

The largest programs/majors at Fort Peck Community College include "Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities" with 12 graduates followed by "Human Services, General" with 5 graduates, "Business Administration, Management and Operations" with 4 graduates, "Biology, General" with 3 graduates and "American Indian/Native American Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics" with 3 graduates.

Program/MajorGraduates
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities12
Human Services, General5
Business Administration, Management and Operations4
Biology, General3
American Indian/Native American Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics3

ⓘ Graduates by program are reported for students receiving associates degree.

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