Frequently Asked Questions

The summer program
  • Educational sessions
  • Recreation programs during the seminar
  • Meals
  • Lodging at a residence hall
  • Linens for a residence hall room
Seminar participants are housed in Pantzer Hall. Each room is equipped with a standard twin-size bed, desk, dresser, closet, chair, bookshelf, overhead light, network connection, and wastebasket. Pantzer Hall suites’ common living area has a refrigerator, microwave, large storage closet, and a furnished living room, and two bathrooms.
  • Personal care items (e.g., soap, shampoo)
  • Pillow
  • Towels
  • Mattress pad
  • Alarm clock
  • Fan (air conditioning is not provided in Pantzer Hall, so bringing a fan is recommended)
  • Blanket
  • Comfortable shoes and clothes for a summer weather
  • Sun protection items (e.g., hat, sunglasses, sunscreen)
  • Water bottle
  • Swim suit and towel
  • Pets
  • Candles
  • Electrical appliances for cooking
  • Firearms, explosives, explosive devices, or any unlawful weapons
  • Alcohol and illegal drugs

Participants are expected to comply with residence hall policies and regulations.

The Club
Yes! You can do both the Club and the Summer Program or either.
Yes! The Club is open to all Montana high school sophomores, juniors and seniors. Participation is exclusively online through the educational platform, Moodle.
Mentors are University of Montana students of all abilities who are eager to share their experiences and support high school students in exploring life after high school. University students enroll in a one credit course to participate.
Each month there will be one activity designed by the mentors to help students explore college and develop self-advocacy skills. Activities will be engaging, informational, creative and fun! Activity examples:
  • Degree exploration
  • Difference between high school and college accommodations
  • Financial aid
  • Soft skills
  • ADA/ Disability rights