Part of the Montana University System, the University of Montana is a multi-campus university serving the western portion of the state of Montana. The main campus of UM is located in Missoula with additional campuses in Missoula, Helena, Butte and Dillon.
University of Montana (Missoula)
The main campus of the University of Montana is located at the foot of Mount Sentinel, the mountain bearing Missoula's most recognizable landmark -- a large letter "M." Since its charter in 1893, UM has provided a high-quality, well-rounded education to students and a wide range of services and resources to Montanans. UM is the center of liberal arts education in Montana, balancing that core commitment with intensive programs of professional preparation. It is a major source of research, continuing education, economic development and fine arts, as well as a driving force in strengthening Montana's ties with countries throughout the world.
Missoula College (Missoula)
Located near the University of Montana's main campus, Missoula College offers fast-track learning programs that shorten the time from education to career. Missoula College provides occupational education in dozens of areas ranging from health care, business and culinary arts to computers, electronics and industry. Graduates receive a certificate of completion for two- and three-semester programs and an associate's degree for four-semester programs.
Helena College University of Montana (Helena)
Located in Montana's capital city in the heart of the northern Rocky Mountains, Helena College University of Montaana is a growing, vibrant center of higher education committed to educational excellence and individual success. The college offers technical proficiency certificates and associate degrees, as well as study toward upper-level and graduate-level programs in cooperation with other Montana University System institutions.
Montana Tech of the University of Montana has earned a reputation as one of the finest science, engineering and technical colleges in the world. Located on the Continental Divide in historic Butte, the college offers an array of engineering, science and technology degrees as well as general educational programs. At Montana Tech, faculty and staff work together to create a learning environment that is supportive and challenging. Montana Tech's small size and community atmosphere allow students to build personalized experiences with faculty, staff and other students.
University of Montana Western (Dillon)
University of Montana-Western has been dedicated to excellence in undergraduate education since its founding in 1893. Western's unique and innovative Experience One system allows students to take only one class at a time. Located in beautiful southwestern Montana, the campus serves people of all ages with its academic, community-service and lifelong-learning programs. Western encourages diversity, international awareness, environmental responsibility and mastery of technology as a gateway to the world.