Student Resources


Visit the Missoula College Admissions website for information about applying and what to do after you apply.

Academic Programs

The various academic programs offered at Missoula College are listed here.

Academic Advising

Advisors offer assistance in working with class schedules, dropping or adding courses, and understanding graduation requirements. Check the Academic Advising website for more information.

Academic Calendar

The UM Academic Calendar provides important dates for past and current academic years.


The UM BookStore provides students with textbooks for purchase and rental as well as other goods.

Campus Dining

Information about campus dining is provided here. Included is information about the West Missoula College Cafeteria and various offerings at the Mountain Campus.


The complete course catalog for the current academic year is available here.

Campus Housing

Campus housing information is provided by the Residence Life Office. Residence Life provides safe, clean, healthy, and affordable living and learning facilities that fosters an inclusive community living environment for students, staff, faculty, and guests. The Residence Life Office manages three areas, Residence Halls, Lewis and Clark Village, and University Villages, which provides a variety of housing options for single students, students with dependents, and University guests.

Curry Health Services

Curry Health Center is the primary health care provider for the students of the University of Montana.

Curry fulfills their campus role of promoting student success by:

  • Providing direct health care to students
  • Enhancing personal health and development
  • Supporting the campus community through education and public health activities
  • Providing a variety of learning opportunities for students

Student Services

The Student Services website provides links to various important student services provided by the University of Montana and/or Missoula College.

Office for Disability Equity

ODE assures that programs of the University of Montana are as accessible to and usable by students with disabilities as they are for any student. ODE goals are:

  • To coordinate reasonable program modifications for otherwise qualified students with disabilities
  • To advocate for an accessible and hospitable learning environment for students with disabilities
  • To endorse self-determination by students with disabilities

Financial Aid

The Missoula College's Financial Aid Office is an integrated part of The University of Montana's Financial Aid Office.

The University of Montana-Missoula College offers a broad array of financial aid programs including scholarships, grants, loans and student employment opportunities to assist you with your educational needs. Details are available at the Financial Aid Office's website, which is linked above.

Learning Center

This Missoula College Learning Center offers a variety of services to facilitate students' academic success. At no out-of-pocket cost to the student, professional tutors are available for mathematics and writing/communications courses. Tutoring is also offered; for details, check the LC website linked above.

Mansfield Library at Missoula College

The Missoula College library, located in AD10, offers study space, study rooms, books and resources in support of programs at Missoula College.

Registrar Office

The Registrar's Office is responsible for maintaining the official academic record for students at The University of Montana. In support of the mission and the educational programs of The University, the Registrar's Office seeks to provide the best service possible to students, alumni, faculty and fellow staff members.

Veterans Resources

The University of Montana has established the Veteran's Education and Transition Services Office (VETS Office) to assist veterans and their dependents in achieving academic success. The VETS Office is a liaison for Veteran Education Benefits between The University of Montana, Veterans Administration (VA) office and the student.