Montana State University Billings announced on Wednesday that City College Dean Marsha Riley has resigned.
It was a national first for the dozen firefighters from six of Montana’s largest communities who began gathering at City College last week for advanced hazardous-materials training.
Most teenagers haven’t prepared a meal for more than one or two people. Four Café Protégé students now have experience in making lunch for 350.
The next step in a new dual-enrollment program depends on what Billings high school students decide next week.
School District 2’s struggles to launch a successful college credit dual-enrollment program for high school students may be a thing of the past.
Build a house; take a test; earn college credit.
Montana State University Billings’ City College announced on Friday that it has named Florence Garcia as its new associate dean.
City College design student Shawn Karls talks about the features of the school’s newest 3D printer.
The 3D model and two-dimensional drawings of the garage and home designed by Karls.
If computers and robots are taking over the manufacturing world, Billings businessman Graydon Udelhoven wants to be their master.
Higher education officials in Billings have been anticipating that this academic year would bring decreasing enrollment — which is exactly what happened — and are working to prevent similar outcomes in the future.
The men’s and women’s soccer teams at Rocky Mountain College will be looking to secure berths to the NAIA championship tournaments this weekend while playing on their home turf at Wendy’s Field.
College enrollment counts are a mixed bag this fall at Montana institutions of higher learning.
Official numbers released this week show that the 2013-2014 academic year is the first in the last five in which fewer than 5,000 students enrolled at Montana State University Billings.
Two ceremonies commemorating the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks and honoring the civilians and emergency responders who died in them will be held in Billings on Wednesday.
It’s one sign of a robust economy and an economic indicator that’s rarely seen in many parts of the country. Yellowstone County’s 3.7 percent unemployment rate is less than half of the national average of 7.6 percent.
In the year since Montana’s two-year colleges changed their names, people in Billings have become accustomed to hearing about City College.
It happens every day; we are reminded that maintaining a vibrant regional economy requires a focus on developing and sustaining a steady pool of talented workers. And each day there is a growing awareness that planning is key to keeping pace with our regional workforce demand.
Taylar Keller, 20, had no qualms about tackling a degree in a traditionally male field.
Taylar Keller, of Worland, Wyo., holds a custom project she created for her auto finishing classes at Montana State University Billings City College. She graduates Saturday with a two-year degree in automotive collision repair and refinishing.