What to do if you get sick at college.

The combination of stress, lack of getting enough sleep, and being around lots of people at college can cause students to get sick more frequently. When you are sick, much of your energy will be used to fight the illness. Since we are still in the middle of flu season, we want to remind you…

Read More

2018 SKC Spring New Student Orientation

SKC Students Studying in the Robert Depoe III Building

Mark your calendar! Salish Kootenai College New Student Orientation (NSO) is Friday, March 30th, 2018. NSO will begin 8:30 AM  Friday, March 30th at the Robert Depoe III Building (see campus map below) with a Meet and Greet Session including a coffee bar and music. New students must check in by 8:45 AM. You will receive a…

Read More

The Power of Sleep

The Power of Sleep

What are your sleep habits? Do you get enough sleep? Although it may be hard to believe, humans spend one-third their lives sleeping. The average person sleeps between 7-8 hours a night. It is possible to either get too much sleep (Really?) or not get enough sleep (most common!). Restorative sleep is critical to the…

Read More

Book Wins National Award

Capturing Education

By the CHAR-KOOSTA NEWS PABLO — The American Library Association’s Choice Magazine has selected a Salish Kootenai College Press book as one of the outstanding academic books of 2016. The honored book is Paul Boyer’s history of the early years of the tribal college movement, Capturing Education: Envisioning and Building the First Tribal Colleges. Boyer…

Read More

Tim Nielsen Art Exhibit

Nielsen Eloise Cobert

Come listen to a presentation of art work by Missoula artist Tim Nielson in the Three Woodcock Building at SKC, Friday February 17th from 12-1. Tim is currently exhibiting his incredible body of work titled “Icons for the Post Revolution”. This show is a large arrangement of portraits featuring powerful historical figures. We will have…

Read More

2017 SKC Career Fair – February 21st

SKC Career Fair

Salish Kootenai College (SKC) Career Services and Job Service Polson would like to extend an invitation to your organization to participate in our 2017 Career Fair. The event will be held on Tuesday, February 21st, from 9:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. in the Joe McDonald Health and Wellness Center. The SKC Career Fair is a convenient, effective…

Read More

SKC Students Study Bat Roosts on Flathead Reservation

As Halloween as jack-o-lanterns, witches, and black cats the mysterious and misunderstood bat has sent chills down spines for generations. It’s association with the dark, it’s nocturnal activities, ungainly and sometimes frightening appearance have led many to fear the bat. Recently alarms have been raised at large scale disappearances in the northeast of these small…

Read More

Water Protectors Exhibition

Water Protectors Exhibit

Join us in the Three Woodcock Building on the Salish Kootenai College Campus, Monday, October 10th at 5:00 pm for the exhibition opening of “Water Protectors”. This exhibition opening will feature the work of Orlando Avery and Corky Clairmont. Orlando will be showing and discussing his photography series of his time spent at the Standing…

Read More

Who makes up SKC?

Who makes up SKC?

The most important thing in a college is people. Salish Kootenai College is blessed with a wonderful group of engaged students and passionate bunch of instructors as well. But just what do those numbers look like and what do the represent? The following is a snapshot of SKC’s population.

Read More