Great Falls College MSU is committed to providing equal access and accommodation for all educational and programmatic opportunities at the college for students with diagnosed disabilities.

Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 (Title II), the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments Act (ADAAA) of 2008, and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, individuals with disabilities are entitled to reasonable accommodations in order to ensure access.

Students with disabilities have a right to reasonable accommodations in order to fully participate in the postsecondary educational experience. Students with disabilities are encouraged to advocate for themselves to the extent possible, and Disability Services provides support and assistance in determining what

Great Falls College MSU Disability Services

accommodations are best suited to each individual.

Disability Services at Great Falls College MSU prides itself on being responsive to students by providing equal access to all programs, services, and activities on our campus.

Students can also benefit from direct support and technical assistance for assistive technology and assistive loan equipment. Disability Services promotes self-advocacy, independence, learning, and goal attainment for students who have a disability.

Disability Services Accommodations

Wheelchair Ramps Tape recording lectures

Preferential Classroom Seating

Extended Test Time

Adaptive computer equipment/software

Note takers

Sign Language interpreters

Vision Impaired Services

Financial Aid for 2013-2014



# Receiving

PELL Grant



Subsidized Direct Stafford Loans



Unsubsidized Direct Stafford Loans



Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant



Montana Baker Grants



Montana Higher Education grants



State Aid Supplemental Grant



Federal College Workstudy



State College Workstudy



Access Grants



Gear Up Grants



College Access Challenge Grants



Total Number of Individuals receiving aid


Percent of students on financial aid averages


Average annual household income for dependent aid applicants


Average annual income of independent aid applicants


Montana High School Honor Scholarship recipients



Average annual Stafford Loan Indebtedness


Veteran Information Students using Chapter 1606 & 1607 Guard Benefit


Students using Chapter 30 Montgomery GI Bill


Students using Chapter 35 Dependent Educational Benefit

(for spouses and dependent children of veterans 100% disabled or deceased as a result of a service injury) 26

Students using Veterans Retraining Assistance Benefit 13

Total financial assistance received under the above: (benefit paid directly to the students) $455,984.66

Students using Chapter 31 Vocational Rehab Benefit (GFC MSU receives full payment of tuition and fees, books, student receives housing allowance) 33

Students using Chapter 33 Post 9/11 GI Bill (GFC MSU receives full payment of tuition and fees, student receives housing and book allowance) 117

Total number of veterans receiving benefits 226