UM Days: Communications and Artistic Expression

Prospective Students Invited to UM Days Open House Events

Visit UM on Friday, Nov. 8, for an open house for prospective students and their families. Tour campus, attend an academic open house and sample classes, check out the residence halls and more.

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Options for Applying to UM Are Now Twice as Nice

There are now two ways to apply to the University of Montana! Complete our standard application or apply using the Common App.

 

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Universities Join Forces to Launch MUS Health Care Institute

The University of Montana and Montana State University have joined together to create a robust, interdisciplinary health sciences education and practice that will benefit patients, students and...

There There by Tommy Orange

Best-Selling Novel 'There There' Named Griz Read Title

“There There” by author Tommy Orange is this year’s Griz Read title. All members of the campus community, especially first-year students, are encouraged to read the book. Orange will present a...

UM's Alexander Blewett III School of Law

Law School Now Accepting GRE Scores for Admission

The Alexander Blewett III School of Law will join 44 other American law schools in accepting the GRE in addition to the LSAT as an entrance exam for its 2019-20 application cycle.

From left: UM student Sara Shooshtari, Vice President for Operations and Finance Paul Lasiter, President Seth Bodnar, student Amy Braig and Budget Director Stacey Eve

UM Completes Successful Bond Sale

The University of Montana issued $146.8 million of taxable and tax-exempt bonds on Sept. 5, which will allow the state’s Missoula-based flagship university to usher in a new era of growth and...

Freshman Wilderness Experience participants gather on the Oval after returning from the backcountry

Adventurous UM Students Form Bonds, Overcome Obstacles on Wilderness Trips

Backpacks, boots, fly rods and smiles were all in abundance as more than 100 University of Montana students returned to campus Tuesday evening after participating in four days of wilderness...
UM President Seth Bodnar speaks during the State of the University address

President Highlights Progress During State of University Address

UM President Seth Bodnar said campus has worked diligently during the past year to move UM from a position of uncertainty to stability as it prepares for future growth.
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At UM PEAS Farm Students Grow Community Legacy

On the floor of the Rattlesnake Valley about two miles north of UM, a 10-acre vegetable farm is speckled with the wide brims of garden hats. Underneath most of the hats are UM students, kneeling,...

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Incoming Presidential Leadership Scholars Ready to Succeed

Thirty-two top-tier students will attend the University of Montana this fall as Presidential Leadership Scholars. Recipients are chosen based on leadership, service and academic merit.
Dr. Cornel West

Scholar, Activist Cornel West to Deliver President’s Lecture

Dr. Cornel West  ̶  professor, philosopher, theologian, social justice activist and one of the country’s leading scholars on race  ̶  will deliver “The Fight for the Soul of America,” the first...
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UM Researchers Land NIH Contract to Develop Opioid Addiction Vaccine

UM has received a $3.3 million contract from the National Institutes of Health to develop an innovative vaccine targeting opioid addiction. Dr. Jay Evans, director of UM’s Center for Translational...

Professor Rich Bridges works with two students

Grant Allows UM to Expand Neuroscience Education Across Multiple Colleges

UM's mission to shape agile learners will take a step forward thanks to a $300,000 grant from the W. M. Keck Foundation. The grant will help UM faculty members in neuroscience, literature,...

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Questions about Admissions, Financial Aid, Deadlines and More?

We’re standing by to answer questions from prospective students and their parents. Email admiss@umontana.edu or call 1-800-462-8636 and let us know how we can help.

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Explore UM Housing Opportunities

Attending UM next year and considering your housing options? Visit the UM Housing website to apply online, take a 360-degree room tour, view room assignment information or apply to be a resident...

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Students: Find On-Campus Employment

On-campus employment opportunities for students are posted on Handshake, UM’s hub for student internships, jobs, research and volunteer opportunities, career fairs and more. Log on with your...

Students dine in the Food Zoo

Learn About UM Dining Options

UM Dining serves our students wholesome, high quality and nutritious food while maintaining a commitment to sustainability and environmental stewardship. Learn more about UM Dining’s award-winning...

UM students walk across campus

Merit-Based Aid Available; Visit UM Scholarship Portal

The UM Scholarship Portal is accessible to all incoming and continuing UM students and offers one centralized general application, regardless of a student’s major or program of study. Visit...

The Oval at UM

Take a Virtual Tour of Campus Via Google Street View

Curious about what the University of Montana campus looks like? Visit UM via Google Street View! The tour begins from the middle of the Oval at the center of campus.

Dr. Anna Prentiss, UM Regents Professor

UM Archaeologist Named Regents Professor

Dr. Anna Prentiss, a UM anthropology professor and archaeologist, has been named the University’s 12th Regents Professor. Her fieldwork has taken her and the scores of UM students she has mentored...

UM Grizzly Battalion cadets pose in front of a UH-60 helicopter

Grizzly Battalion Army ROTC Earns Challenge Championship

After months of intensive training, UM’s Grizzly Battalion Army ROTC outperformed 10 other schools in the Task Force East Ranger Challenge Competition at Fort Harrison, near Helena.

UM students perform in “Julius Caesar”

UM Production Receives High Honors at Opera Competition

UM’s production of “Julius Caesar” won third place in Division III of the National Opera Association Collegiate Opera Competition. Productions were evaluated them on musicianship, singing...

Students pose in front of their flying laboratory

Chemistry Professor, Students Take Flight to Study Wildfire Emissions

Assistant Professor Lu Hu and four UM graduate students were part of the research team that spent more than 100 hours slicing through smoke above fires burning in the West this past summer,...

Students work on a project in UM's College of Business

UM College of Business Ranks No. 1 in Big Sky Conference

UM's College of Business ranks among the best in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report 2019 rankings released in September. The college earned the top spot in the Big Sky Conference...

UM student Nick Hall-Skank visits Stonehenge

Student Finds International Adventure in Fulbright Summer Institute

As a freshman at UM, Nick Hall-Skank applied for and was selected to participate in the Fulbright UK Summer Institute Program. He spent four weeks studying climate change alongside students from...
UM alumna Lisa Parks teaches in the classroom

UM Alumna Named MacArthur Fellow

Last month, Lisa Parks learned she would be named a 2018 MacArthur Fellow, but the UM alumna and Massachusetts Institute of Technology media scholar and professor could only tell one other person...
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Alumnus Wins Young Forester Leadership Award

The Society of American Foresters recently named Jason Parke, an alumnus of the University of Montana W. A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation, the recipient of the 2018 Young Forester...

UM students learn on a field trip to Glacier

UM Earns Top 25 ‘Best River and Lake Colleges’ Ranking

UM ranked among the best universities in the nation for its “intimate kinship to water,” according to College Consensus’ recent survey. UM, which ranked No. 23, was one of just six universities...

Two Grads Earn Teaching Assistantships to Austria

Two Grads Earn Teaching Assistantships to Austria

Two UM alumnae, both from Livingston, will teach English during the upcoming school year in Austria. The program brings teaching assistants from the English-speaking world into classrooms in...

Gallagher Business Building

College of Business to Celebrate Centennial Sept. 21-22

UM’s College of Business invites all alumni and friends to help celebrate its centennial anniversary on Friday and Saturday, Sept. 21-22. Festivities will include an outdoor luncheon, brunch with...

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Law School Alumnus Elected American Bar Association President

The American Bar Association has selected a UM alumnus to lead its 400,000 members as the organization’s 142nd president. Bob Carlson, who earned his bachelor’s degree from UM in 1976 and a Juris...

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Summer School Enrollment Jumps by 400 Students

Summer semester enrollment at UM grew 17 percent from a year ago, with 2,932 students compared to 2,493 last year. Students use summer courses to shorten their time to graduation, take advantage...

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UM Scientists Bring Ocean Research Techniques to Flathead Lake

Associate Professor Matt Church and the researchers in his Church Lab for Microbial Biogeochemistry and Ecology are bringing knowledge learned on the open ocean to Flathead Lake.

UM alumna Genevieve Lind

Alumna Wins Fellowship at NIH Research Center

A UM alumna has landed a yearlong fellowship with the National Institutes of Health for her dedication toward transforming scientific discoveries into real-world solutions. Genevieve Lind, who...

Assistant Professor Andrea Luis reads the eartag of a deer mouse

Professor Studies Complexities of Biodiversity, Disease Transmission

Biodiversity is disappearing at an alarming rate as infectious diseases increasingly spill over from wildlife to humans. Disease ecologists fervently debate whether biodiversity loss leads to an...

Immunofluorescence microscopy of B. burgdorferi infected fed nymph midguts

Researchers Receive $700,000 to Study Tick-Borne Lyme Disease

University of Montana researchers Dan Drecktrah and Scott Samuels were recently awarded $449,998 from the National Institutes of Health for the first year of a five-year project to study the...

Members of UM’s chapter of American Indian Business Leaders

AIBL Students Win Business Plan Competition at National Conference

UM's chapter of American Indian Business Leaders attended the 24th annual National AIBL Leadership Conference in Chandler, Arizona, in April, and earned first place in the University Division of...

Sunrise on the Oval at UM

UM Welcomes 2018 Presidential Leadership Scholars

This fall, the Davidson Honors College at the University of Montana will welcome more than 200 of the best and brightest students from across the country and state. Thirty-one of these students...

UM alumna Paula O'Neil

98-year-old UM Alumna Earns Degree After Seven Decades

Paula O’Neil had no idea what was waiting for her under the piece of tissue paper on the table as family gathered at her daughter’s home in Evergreen, Colorado, on Mother’s Day this year. Her...

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