The College of Humanities and Sciences strives to ensure that all UM students receive an education that expands their knowledge of the world, challenges them to pursue their dreams, and gives them the skills to make those dreams come true. Whether pursuing deep expertise in a single field or studying a variety of topics The College of Humanities and Sciences at the University of Montana has you covered and our amazing community feels like home.
student-to-faculty ratio, with an average class size of 30 students
outstanding freshmen named Presidential Leadership Scholars.
UM reported $138 million in research awards for FY 2021
Study in the Heart of Missoula
The beautiful UM campus sits at the foot of Mt. Sentinel. Our campus is flanked by mountains, rivers, and recreational areas. Missoula is a culturally vibrant community with farmer’s markets, art fairs, concerts, college sports, skiing, mountain biking, a symphony, and year-round events.Destination Missoula