You will find Rocky Mountain College professors challenging and interesting in the classroom, but sometimes the classroom is not confined by walls. You may find yourself in a field laboratory in Yellowstone National Park or at the Yellowstone Art Museum to view an exhibition of French Impressionists. You might even find classrooms conducted at 10,000 feet in a Beechcraft airplane. Classrooms in historic campus buildings are the norm, but instruction may also be held at archaeological digs in Bethsaida, Israel or old Vienna. Our students visit the site where Custer met his fate and then discuss the battle with American Indian students on campus. With a 14:1 student to faculty ratio, you’ll have a ringside seat. You’ll also enjoy the fact that professors with Ph.Ds are teaching.