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General Information
8645 South Weaver Drive
Crow Agency , Montana 59022

Disability Resource Office

Student Success Center
8645 South Weaver Drive
Crow Agency, 59022
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About Little Big Horn College

Little Big Horn College is a public institution located in the picturesque Crow Agency, Montana. Situated amidst the awe-inspiring natural beauty of Big Horn County, this two-year college offers students a unique and enriching educational experience. While it may not be widely known outside of its immediate community, Little Big Horn College is highly regarded for its commitment to promoting Native American culture and fostering academic success among its diverse student body.

One notable aspect of Little Big Horn College is its strong connection to the Crow Tribe, one of the Native American tribes located in Montana. Established in 1980, the college was specifically created to meet the educational needs of the Crow people and surrounding communities. It is named after the historic Battle of Little Bighorn, which took place in the region in 1876 and holds significant cultural and historical importance to the Crow Tribe.

Little Big Horn College is centrally located in the Crow Agency, offering students easy access to various amenities and resources. The campus itself provides a welcoming and supportive environment, allowing students to thrive academically and personally. The faculty members are dedicated and experienced professionals who prioritize individual attention and encourage students’ intellectual growth.

Offering a range of programs and courses, Little Big Horn College fosters educational opportunities that serve both the immediate community and the wider region. The college’s academic offerings include associate degree programs, certificate programs, and various adult education and vocational training courses. These programs are designed to prepare students for entry into the workforce or to continue their education at a four-year institution.

In addition to its commitment to academic excellence, Little Big Horn College takes pride in promoting and preserving Native American culture and traditions. The college’s curriculum incorporates Native American perspectives and intertwines cultural traditions with Western education. There are various cultural events throughout the year, allowing students to participate in traditional ceremonies, dances, and other celebrations of Crow and Native American heritage.

The surrounding area offers students a unique blend of natural beauty and cultural significance. Crow Agency is nestled in the heart of Big Horn County, an area known for its breathtaking landscapes, including the awe-inspiring scenery of the Big Horn Mountains. This stunning backdrop creates opportunities for outdoor activities, such as hiking, fishing, and camping, allowing students to connect with nature and appreciate the beauty of their surroundings.

Moreover, Big Horn County is rich in historical and cultural heritage, with numerous landmarks, museums, and sites of significance. Students studying at Little Big Horn College can explore the history of the Battle of Little Bighorn at the nearby Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, gaining a deeper understanding of the area’s past and its impact on contemporary Native American culture.

In conclusion, Little Big Horn College offers a unique educational experience deeply rooted in Native American culture and history. Situated in Crow Agency, Montana, this public institution serves the educational needs of the Crow Tribe and neighboring communities. The college’s commitment to academic excellence, cultural preservation, and its stunning surroundings make it an enriching and inspiring place to pursue higher education.

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Disability Accommodations

Services Provided

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      Unavailable
      • Notetaking Assistance
      • Exam Accomodations
      • Alternate Learning Material Formats (e-text, large print, etc.)
      • Scribe Services
      • Qualified Readers
      • Assistive technologies (screen readers, voice input, etc.)
      • Qualified Sign Language Interpreters
      • Text-Based Accommodations (CART or C-Print)

      Services Provided

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          • Degree Curriculum Substitutions
          • Priority Enrollment
          • Reduced courseload
          • Medical leave
          • Residence Hall Accommodations

          Campus Accessibility

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              • Student Health Services
              • Mental Health Support Services
              • The library(ies)
              • Institution Online Platforms
              • Recreational and Athletic Facilities
              • Student Community Center and Other Common Gathering Areas
              • Primary Educational Facilities Used for Classes
              • Entertainment and Event Facilities
              • On-Campus Transit
              • Close Off-Campus Transit
              • Student Housing
              • Essential Administrative Offices (financial aid, registration, students services, career counseling, etc.)

              Services Provided

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                Occasionally
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                  • Dietary Meal Plan Accommodations
                  • Service and Emotional Support Animals
                  • Study Abroad Program Accommodations
                  • Internship, Externship, Field Placement, or other For-Credit, Off-Campus Work Experience Accommodations