The Undergraduate Advising Center is focused on student success and development. We provide our varied population of students with opportunities to establish and meet their educational goals, to grow academically and professionally, to extend skills and habits to flourish in their pursuits, and to be engaged citizens of the campus and local community.
Social accounts for the Admissions office at The University of Montana.
CyberBear provides web access to academic, employment and personal information as well as course registration and fee payment functions. Faculty also use CyberBear to view class rosters and advisee lists.
Disability Services for Students (DSS) assures that programs of The University of Montana are as accessible to and usable by students with disabilities as they are for any student. DSS coordinates reasonable modifications for students with disabilities, advocates for an accessible and hospitable learning environment, and endorses self-determination by students with disabilities.
Foreign Student & Scholar Services (FSSS) provides services to all incoming and continuing foreign students at UM. We also love hearing from our alumni who have moved onto "life". The FSSS office interacts with admitted and current foreign students of The University of Montana. FSSS oversees the International House, which is a location for foreign students to gather and meet.
This list will be used for announcements regarding UM property information from the Property Management area in Business Services. Communication will include surplus property sale announcements, surplus property available for campus distribution, policies and procedures, and general Property Management information.
Public safety information from the UM Police Department.
The University of Montana Staff Senate Facebook page is an informal site for sharing information with the 1,200 classified staff members who are employed at the University of Montana. Anyone is welcome to post comments, photos, and videos pertinent to the UM classified staff.
Discussion forum for Student Affairs Web editors
This list is provided by SAIT to help Student Affairs web editors communicate tips and seek advice.
A career at The University of Montana (UM) is more than a job. UM provides a culture that values hard work, intellectual curiosity, diversity, collegiality, and innovative thinking and teamwork, making it a great place to grow and develop professionally. UM Jobs links qualified applicants to open UM faculty, professional, and staff recruitments.