The Great Falls campus is located in southeast Great Falls on a beautiful 20-acre campus and serves approximately 2000 students a year. The charm of our smaller campus is its friendly environment and the personal interaction in on-site and online classrooms.
The College of Technology offers challenging, high-demand programs in the areas of Health Sciences, Business, Technology and General Education. Associate of Applied Science degrees, the Associate of Arts degree, and the Associate of Science degree along with Certificate programs provide you with choices to achieve your educational goals. If your plan is to transfer to a four-year college, you will find numerous courses that will allow you to complete the Montana University System general education core prior to transfer. Daytime, evening and Internet courses are available to provide you with flexibility in scheduling. The College has a location in Great Falls and an extension in Bozeman.
Assistance is available to prospective students applying for financial aid. In addition, financial aid counseling for new students is an integral part of the admissions and orientation process. Once enrolled, students may receive counseling and assistance as needed.
The Financial Aid Staff will help you identify federal, state and private programs to fund your college education. A variety of grants, loans, work study employment, and scholarships are available to COT students.
Career Services are provided on campus to all enrolled students and alumni. Career counseling is provided to help the student explore their personality, interests, values, and skills. A career library has books and resources on writing resumes and cover letters, interview techniques, college and career exploration, and job search techniques.
Students may receive assistance in locating temporary, full-, and part-time work locally as well as throughout Montana and the United States. In addition, job binders provide information on job openings in COT related careers. Information is also available regarding current job openings and trends. Job placement is a team effort involving program faculty, the placement office, and the student.