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Griz Hub is a useful tool to help the campus community stay connected. Members of the campus community can use Griz Hub to learn about student organizations and clubs, register and manage their own organization, enter and view UM events, find campus resources, and more!

Keeping UM Connected Through Griz Hub

Tutorial Videos

To learn more about Griz Hub, check out these how-to videos or the frequently asked questions below!

Frequently Asked Questions

Check out this short how-to video on How to Register Your Organization in Griz Hub.

This is where you could use a direct URL to send people to your organization in the Griz Hub system. Use all lower-case letters, no spaces and the only special character you can use is a dash (-). To keep it simple, we suggest writing out your organization name, in all lower-case with a dash (-) to separate any words. For instance, if your organization is the University Center write your Organization Website URL as university-center.

Check out this short how-to video on How to Manage Your Organization in Griz Hub.

  • Log into the main Griz Hub site using your NetID and password
  • Click on the "Grid" next to your initials in the top right corner (you'll see a menu that says Explore and Manage)
  • Click "Manage"
  • This will take you to the "Action Center"
  • View "My Memberships" and select for your Griz Hub organization
  • This will take you to the group page
  • Under the Griz Hub heading and next to your organization name, click the three vertical lines
  • This will take you to your Organization Tools
  • Click "Roster"
  • Once you're on the Roster page, you can click the pen icon to change/assign positions for individual members
  • If you are a campus department, we suggest assigning folks the "Officer" position to enable them to make changes and add events of behalf of your organization

For more in-depth information, check out our how-to video on How to Create and Manage an Event in Griz Hub, otherwise, simply follow the instructions below.

  • Log into the main Griz Hub site using your NetID and password
  • Click on the "Grid" next to your initial in the top right corner (you'll see a menu that says Explore and Manage)
  • Click "Manage"
  • This will take you to the "Action Center"
  • View "My Memberships" and look for your Griz Hub organization
  • This will take you to the group page
  • Under the Griz Hub heading and next to your organization name, click the three vertical lines
  • This will take you to your Organization Tools
  • Click "Events"
  • Then click the blue box that says "Create Event" in the top-right

When you are creating your event you will be asked to choose the "Visibility" for your event. Make sure that you select the option that says "Invited Users Only". Selecting this visibility option will make sure that your event shows up on the UM Events Calendar but not on the student side of Griz Hub.

When you are creating your event you will be asked to choose the "Visibility" for your event. Make sure that you select the option that says "The Public". Selecting this visibility option will make sure that your event shows up on the UM Events Calendar and on the student side of Griz Hub.

Don't fret! Sometimes there is a bit of lag time before an event or organization is visible. If your event doesn't show up within one business day please contact Hailey Michelson at hailey.michelson@mso.umt.edu or Karen Schlatter at karen.schlatter@mso.umt.edu.

Use single quotes in event titles:

Examples: Lecture: 'Great Business Practices' … Movie: 'The Big Lebowski'
Don't put long titles in the event title area. Instead use a shorter title and then do the full title in the first line in the description.

Most event titles don't need quotes:

Examples: UM Convocation … Biology Study Break … Thanksgiving Holiday … Meet the President … President's Lecture Series.

Use Associated Press style on the calendar:

Fill out the fields using Griz Hub, but try to use AP style in the description areas.

Time and location styles:

Time and location examples: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. … noon to 1 p.m. … 4 to 7 p.m.
The lecture will be held from 7 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 14, in the University Center Theater.

Abbreviate some months: Jan. … Feb. … March … April … May … June … July … Aug. … Sept. … Oct. … Nov. … Dec. 

Campus location examples: Skaggs Building Room 123 … University Center Room 216 … Gallagher Business Building Room 312) UM building names: https://www.umt.edu/urelations/info/style/appendixb.php

Phone numbers:

406-243-5914

Addresses:

Use the abbreviations Ave., Blvd. and St. only with a numbered address: 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. Spell them out and capitalize when part of a formal street name without a number: Pennsylvania Avenue. All similar words (alley, drive, road, terrace, etc.) always are spelled out. Capitalize them when part of a formal name without a number; lowercase when used alone or with two or more names. Always use figures for an address number: 9 Morningside Circle. Spell out and capitalize First through Ninth when used as street names; use figures for 10th and above: 7 Fifth Ave., 100 21st St. Abbreviate compass points used to indicate directional ends of a street or quadrants of a city in a numbered address: 222 E. 42nd St., 562 W. 43rd St., 600 K St. NW. Do not abbreviate if the number is omitted: East 42nd Street, West 43rd Street, K Street Northwest. No periods in quadrant abbreviations: NW, SE.

Numbers:

Zero through nine generally are spelled out. Then 11 and above are numerals.

Questions?

Call Cary Shimek at 406-243-5914 or email cary.shimek@umontana.edu if you have any questions.

If you want your event to appear on the main UM homepage calendar, you need to add Featured as an additional organization co-hosting the event.

Use the following guidelines to ensure you have the highest quality Event Cover Photo:

  • Dimensions: Image should be 1300px by 780px or larger and horizontal in orientation. All images will be cropped to a 1.67:1 aspect ratio.
  • File Type: JPG, JPEG, GIF, PNG and PDF.
  • File Size: Use a photo that's no larger than 10MB.
  • General: Avoid images that have text or logos. PDF files will not have a preview and can not be cropped.