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As Billings residents for the past 24-plus years, we are writing to express our support for the construction of a new Parmly Billings Library and the funding which will enable the city to complete that project.
On Oct. 5, Jill Biden will convene the first-ever White House Summit on Community Colleges. This summit will bring together community college administrators, faculty, students, business leaders, federal policymakers and philanthropic leaders to discuss how America’s community colleges will p…
In 2002, Montana State University Billings Chancellor Ron Sexton charged the faculty and staff of the MSU Billings College of Technology to transform it from a vocational-technical institute into a comprehensive two-year college. The chancellor stated at a 2002 COT faculty retreat that the C…
In the next 10 years, our state is facing a crisis. Many of the key people who provide the infrastructure for Montana will be retiring. Who are they? The people who keep our vehicles running, those who run our oil refineries and power plants, maintain our farm equipment, take care of us whil…
The MSU-Billings College of Technology began its 35th year on Jan. 1. Since the college first opened its doors in 1969, it has been shaping the lives of students while preparing them to serve our local and regional community, business and industry.