Includes the main campus bookstore, the Missoula College bookstore, Montana Supplies and Bookstore technology
This group is for UM Computer Science students, prospective students, faculty, and staff.
CyberBear provides web access to academic, employment and personal information as well as course registration and fee payment functions. Faculty also use CyberBear to view class rosters and advisee lists.
Disability Services for Students (DSS) assures that programs of The University of Montana are as accessible to and usable by students with disabilities as they are for any student. DSS coordinates reasonable modifications for students with disabilities, advocates for an accessible and hospitable learning environment, and endorses self-determination by students with disabilities.
Information Technology services at the University of Montana consist of a centralized organization (Information Technology or IT) and a number of distributed services controlled by various colleges and organizations. IT provides a broad computing, network, and telecommunications infrastructure, supports enterprise level software, and offers a range of technology support services for the Missoula campus. This organization also coordinates with the other Montana University System campuses, the local community, and the state to ensure consistency of offerings and policy.
Legal Atlas is a new initiative of The University of Montana that combines the power of cloud-based data management, GIS-applications, and scientific and legal information to study/map the use of law as a management tool for the world's environment, agricultural, energy, and natural resources. We offer research and internship opportunities for a variety of subjects including law, geography, environmental studies, communications, computer sciences, business and more.
Montana Information Systems Association (MISA) is an organization founded by Information Systems students to network and organize events that will help students succeed in the Information System field. Joining MISA is a great way to supplement your learning, find employment opportunities, and help fellow students in need. It also looks great on a resume!
Phyllis J. Washington College of Education & Human Sciences.
The Student Affairs IT Office offers technical education and support to students. We encourage and enable student learning through education and provide reasonably-priced tech support. Check us out on Facebook or by calling 243-2625.
Tech Fair showcases campus technologies and support services vital to the success of UM students faculty and staff. Tech Fair 2012 will be Wednesday, Sept. 19 from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. in the UC atrium.