Spring Semester 2021 at UM
ll Missoula County residents ages 16 and older are eligible for COVID-19 vaccines. UM will announce vaccine clinics for the university community here. UM students and employees, as well as their partners, spouses and household members, are encouraged to schedule an appointment.
All UM students and employees are eligible for Missoula County vaccines clinics. The county vaccine website is the best place to check on availability of vaccines.
UM’s Health Services Pharmacy inside Curry Health Center will offer vaccine clinics throughout the summer. Register online for your vaccine appointment today. Clinics will be offered most Tuesdays and Fridays throughout the summer.
Curry Health Center continues to offer free, rapid testing for symptomatic students, with results typically available within one hour. Students must call 406-243-2122 to make an appointment for a COVID test before coming in. If at any time students feel ill, they develop symptoms or they want to discuss medical questions, Curry Health Center is ready to help.
Missoula County is coordinating vaccine administration throughout the county. Visit the county's vaccine website for information on all vaccine clinics and locations that currently have vaccine available. This site contains an interactive map and a distribution dashboard showing how many doses have been administered. The county vaccine website is the best place to check on availability of vaccines.
UM and the Missoula City-County Health Department are closely tracking COVID-19 case trends at UM and in Missoula. The MCCHD is releasing information about UM-affiliated cases each day. Find health department information on UM-affiliated COVID-19 cases on this page under the "Data" tab.
Effective May 17, masks will no longer be required on the UM campus, with the exception of Curry Heath Center.
Information on vaccines for adolescents, upcoming UM clinics and vaccine offerings, Montana cases, Missoula vaccination rates and more.
Currently, the Montana University System mask requirement and UM’s mask policy remain in effect.
UM’s Health Services Pharmacy inside Curry Health Center will offer vaccine clinics throughout the summer.
The latest updates and information on COVID-19.
Answers to some of the frequently asked questions we’ve received recently.
Watch a recorded Zoom lecture of UM Researcher Jay Evans, Assistant Professor Sophia Newcomer and Medical Director Dr. Jeff Adams discussing vaccine development and vaccine safety.
Beginning Sunday, March 28, all Missoula County residents are eligible for COVID-19 vaccines. UM will host vaccine three clinics in the coming days.
Our campus team is working quickly on planning a series of vaccine clinics during the coming weeks.
Gov. Gianforte announced that COVID-19 vaccines will be available to all Montanans beginning April 1.
We are pleased to offer a University of Montana COVID-19 vaccination clinic from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday, March 19, at the Adams Center.
We’re approaching the one-year anniversary of Montana’s first coronavirus cases and the start of what has been a year of anxiety, uncertainty and disruption.
Missoula County residents who fall within Tier 2 of Phase 1b are now eligible to sign up to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
We know how challenging this academic year has been for everyone, and we are sincerely committed to doing everything we can to help you succeed in your studies at UM.
The latest news and updates on Missoula County Health Board decisions and vaccine distribution.
Weekly news about UM's unchanged mask policy, vaccine distribution and more.
Missoula County residents in Phase 1A and Tier 1 of Phase 1B currently are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
Welcome to the first edition of a weekly, COVID-19-specific campus update. Every Thursday, we will send an update with any new information, as well as some reminders.
An update and helpful information and resources as Missoula County soon moves into Phase 1B for COVID-19 vaccinations.
For the next two weeks, students can participate in voluntary asymptomatic testing for COVID-19.