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Reach Out RMC
Rocky Mountain College has been at the heart of the Billings community since 1910. We take pride in reaching out to the Billings community that continues to support us.
Habitat for Humanity
The Alumni Board arranges Habitat for Humanity days for alumni and students who wish to help worthy families in our community build a home. RMC's partnership with this great organization creates wonderful opportunities for RMC to make a difference in the community.
Our home football game tailgate parties are fast becoming a campus favorite. All alumni, friends of the College, faculty, staff, and students are invited to a free BBQ every home Battlin' Bear football game. The tailgate starts at 11:00 a.m. under the tent east of the Fortin Education Center. Bring a side dish to share, your favorite beverage, and come join us in cheering on our Battlin' Bears to victory.
Cookies for Cancer
RMC alumnus Pete Taylor comes from a family who is well-known and spent much of their lives on this campus. RMC has been blessed to not only have the Taylor family go to school at RMC, but also to work on campus and serve on various boards on campus as well. To commemorate the loss of Betty Taylor, who passed away from acute lymphocytic leukemia, cookies are made to raise awareness for cancer awareness each year on the anniversary of her death, December 3rd. As Pete says, "I am asking you make cookies for your friends or the people you work with. Make cookies and share them with people who work in a hospital or cancer center. Take cookies to a hospice or nursing home. Make cookies with your family. While you are making the cookies, remember that each cookie is a hope, a wish, and a prayer for a cure."