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Linguistics Club

The University of Montana

Coming up soon:

Shannon Bischoff: November 16th at 4PM in NAC 011

I'm a linguist. I love ambiguity more than most people.


The UM Linguistics Club

The UM Linguistics Club is a student run organization that facilitates extracurricular activities that promote the study of language and its use. The club frequently hosts  presentations by guest lecturers, faculty, and students, tutors those interested in the study of linguistics, and organizes game and movie nights. When possible, the UM Linguistics Club will provide assistance to its members presenting materials at regional conferences. The UM Linguistics club is a part of the University of Montana Linguistics Program



The Linguistics Club will be having tutoring sessions during the following dates at SS258! If you need help with your classes, come see us!


Thursday 29th - 4-5PM 


Wednesday 4th - 4-5PM
Friday 13th - 4-5PM
Monday 16th - 2-3PM
Friday 20th - 4-5PM

*There are two tutoring sessions this week because of Thanksgiving Break the following week.


Wednesday 2nd - 4-5PM
Thursday 10th - 4-5PM

Special events monthly. Contact us for details, or join our facebook group!

 In addition, we are parternered with the Sacred Roots Language Society, which works to spread awareness and emphasize the importance of Native American Languages.