Vice President for Student Affairs, Dr. Teresa Branch
Vice President for Student AffairsThe Division of Student Affairs facilitates student learning by providing high quality programs, services, and developmental opportunities, while fostering an inclusive campus community in support of the educational mission of The University of Montana.
Welcome to Student Affairs. Student Affairs is primarily responsible for managing the student experience outside the classroom. From housing and health, to disability services and on-campus dining, we provide services and facilities that support students, promote learning, and encourage personal growth.
As Vice President, I oversee the Dean of Students and the twelve Student Affairs departments. We are here to serve you! If you cannot find what you are looking for, please do not hesitate to contact my office.
If you have information or want to report an assault, contact:
Dean of Students
For support services or to speak with an advocate call the Student Advocacy Resource Center (SARC) at (406) 243-6559.
For more information on resources, reporting, and University policy related to student saftey and sexual assault, please visit the student safety page.
For information about the Student Conduct Code, please visit the Policies page.
Student Affairs Immersion Learning Program (SAIL)
Applications for the 2014-2015 SAIL Internship have closed.
For further information on the program, the application, and role descriptions, visit the SAIL program page.
SAIL interns learn more about Student Affairs by spending 12 weeks in four week rotations, and can elect to spend the next semester in an in-depth 16 week internship. More information about previous SAIL students' experiences.
If you are interested in more information for 2014-2015, please contact Byron Drake, SAIL Program Coordinator, with further questions at (406) 243-4139 or email@example.com.
The Minority Mentor's job is to mentor and counsel African-American students enrolled at UM, helping them to deal with the non-academic aspects of student life. Murray Pierce is UM's Minority Mentor.
For more information please contact Murray Pierce, Special Assistant for Mentoring Programs to the Vice President for Student Affairs at (406) 240-5555, (406) 243-5225 (VPSA Office), or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. And check out the 25th Black Bicycle Corps Reenactment.
The Division of Student Affairs facilitates student learning by providing high quality programs, services, and developmental opportunities, while fostering an inclusive campus community in support of the educational mission of The University of Montana.