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Welcoming from the Vice President of Enrollment Management and Student Affairs, Antony Berthelote
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Antony Berthelote: Hello, my name is Antony Berthelote and I'm Vice President of Enrollment Management and Student Affairs here at Salish Kootenai College. We're right off Highway 93 here on the way to Glacier National Park and Flathead Lake. You can see behind me the map of our current campus. We started off with one building just a little bit down this road. And now we're over a couple of dozen buildings. We're growing every single year.
Audrey Plouffe: Hi, I'm Audrey Plouffe. I'm the Vice President of Business Affairs. This is the Big Knife building. This is where the Administration in the Business Office is located. This is where students will come to pay their bill, talk about their student accounts, clear business office holds and pick up their checks.
Dan Durglo: I'm Dan Durglo, the Vice President of Academic Affairs, here at Salish Kootenai College. And here at Salish Kootenai College, we like to enjoy ourselves every now and then between courses on our nine-hole executive golf course called Silver Fox.
Antony Berthelote: The building behind me is the Robert Depoe III building, we call it RD3, and it's one of the most important buildings on campus for students because this is where the Student Union is, the Student Senate office, student clubs have activities here. It's also where our bookstore gift shop is. It's where Enrollment Services are with Admissions and Housing. Pretty much all of the student services are going to be housed in this one building. Right across the street, we have SKC student housing and the dormitories. This is a key location for students that come here to campus, Salish Kootenai College.
Sandra Boham: I'm Dr. Sandra Boham. I'm the president of Salish Kootenai College. I'd like to tell you a little bit about this important building on our campus. Piel Qwal Kn, named for Pete Beaverhead. This building is often referred to as our math science, natural resources, or pq-law building. It's named after Pete Beaverhead, who is a significant person and cultural bearer among the Pend d'Oreille people and the tribal people of the Flathead Indian Reservation. He maintained cultural traditions and spiritual connections throughout his entire lifetime.
Many of the buildings on our campus are named for people who have made significant contributions to our community. As you visit our campus as you start to attend classes here, get to know the names and the little bit of story behind each of the people who have contributed to making this community what it is today and the vision that they had for us into the future.
Antony Berthelote: Here at SKC you can play on our 18-hole disc golf course, interwoven throughout campus. If you don't have your own equipment, you can go check it out at our Fitness Center so that you can play when it's convenient for you.
And in the D'Arcy McNickel library, you can come in to warm up, read a good book and find whatever you need. In here. We have over 50,000 books, 6,000 of them just on Indian culture and history. We have computer labs. We have study rooms for the students, and everything else that you'd need here for all of your disciplines here at Salish Kootenai College.
Sandra Boham: I'd like to take this opportunity to welcome you to our Salish Kootenai College family. We are here and ready to partner with you to become successful in achieving your academic goals. We are ready to support you in any way that we can. So have a great year. And I know that you'll be successful in whatever path you choose.
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