Bachelor in Business through Montana Tech offered at Helena College
An innovative partnership between Helena College & Montana Tech of the University of Montana allows you to obtain your Bachelors degree in Business or Business and Information Technology without ever leaving Helena!  Find out more by attending an informational meeting on Tuesday, April 24th at 6pm in the Lecture Hall at Helena College, 1115 N. Roberts Avenue.  For more information, call 447-6963.

Helena College Participates in Clothesline Project

Helena College is participating in the Clothesline Project during the week of March 24-28. Originally designed to highlight violence against women, the project is being adapted by Helena College to highlight assaults on all individuals – men and women.

The Clothesline Project (CLP) is a program started on Cape Cod, MA, in 1990 to address the issue of violence against women. It is a vehicle for those affected by violence to express their emotions by decorating a shirt. They then hang the shirt on a clothesline to be viewed by others as testimony to the problem of violence against women.

Elizabeth Stearns Sims, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs organized the project for the college, “Students and community members are encouraged to decorate a t-shirt in someone’s honor. Someone you love, your neighbor or perhaps you, might have experienced violence. It is only through acknowledging violence exists can we end it.”  Each color represents a different meaning and as t-shirts are decorated, they will be hung around both campuses to bring awareness to sexual violence.

T-shirt stations are available on the Donaldson Campus Student Center and the Airport Campus Student Lounge.

T Shirt colors: White represents women who died because of violence;

Yellow or beige represents battered or assaulted women;

Red, pink, and orange are for survivors of rape and sexual assault;

Blue and green t-shirts represent survivors of incest and sexual abuse;

Purple or lavender represents women attacked because of their sexual orientation;

Black is for women attacked for political reasons.