Attention LBHC students!
Make sure you check your status on your FAFSA.
Do not apply again if you have already done so for the 2018-2019 school year.
Please see Beverly Snell for more information regarding your FAFSA.
-Student Success Services
"Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today."
Dawson Community College would like to formally invite LBHC students, faculty, staff and other interested on and off campus community members to submit work to our upcoming art exhibition, Native Voices.
This exhibition is open to all Native American artists-professional, artists, self-taught artists, and artists specializing in traditional art work and craft work.
Submission dates, requirements, and other information is enclosed. (per letter)
Dawson Community College would also like to invite you to visit Native Voices exhibit on campus anytime during it's run-March 25 through May 3, 2019. For more information about he opening, will be sent at a later date.
Questions please contact: Patricia Whiteman Student Success Services Director (406) 638-3189
AICF Scholarship application is open and the deadline is February 20, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. There are 49 scholarships available and the amounts vary with the smallest being $500.00.
Little Big Horn College Library
The Cultural Enrichment Program
Marvin Dawes Sr. will be presenting on the topic of River Crow leaders (including Two Belly) this Thursday January 31st at noon in the Library Programs Room at Little Big Horn College. River Crow/Black Lodge history is very different from Mountain Crow history. They spent much of their time up north in the Mussellshell and Missouri River country and never had a treaty with the United States as did the Mountain Crow at Ft. Laramie. It has been said that they were almost two separate tribes before the River Crows were forced to move south by the government and join their southern kinsmen in the Yellowstone and Big Horn country. These two divisions of the Crow were a historic division of the 19th century, not the 20th century groups of the same names in the struggle over the Yellowtail Dam.