Student Support Resources

At the University of Montana, we are and always have been advocates for a holistic approach to higher education. We believe that students like you are happier, healthier and much more academically productive when we consider the whole student in our approach to education and student service. That is one of the reasons we have placed both the Divisions of Academic Affairs and Student Success both under the Provost of the University — giving both sides of your education equal standing.

Our approach during the COVID-19 outbreak and our campus response has been the same. While we are working hard to support your efforts in your new remote learning environment, we also have many staff members working in our student success and service areas to ensure you have resources and contacts at the ready.

They are outlined for you below.

Counseling and Advocacy Support Services

Curry Health Center

Our priority is to slow the spread of COVID-19. Our first line of defense is to limit face-to-face interactions whenever necessary and prudent. In an effort to carry out our mission and to protect our patients/clients as well as our colleagues, CHC is modifying current operations in the following ways:

  • Medical offers in-person and telemedicine appointments.
    Please call 406-243-4330 before you come in.
  • Counseling is available via telecounseling.
  • Dental offers comprehensive care as well and urgent care appointments.
  • Wellness is working remotely and is available for health coaching via telemedicine. Please email Kayli Julius at to set up an appointment.
  • Student Insurance is working remotely. Please call with questions.
  • Pharmacy is here for all your prescription needs — simply call to arrange a time to pick-up your medications and staff will meet you at the main door of Curry. There is no need to even enter our facility.

Student Advocacy Resource Center

If you have experienced sexual assault, relationship violence, bullying, intimidation or discrimination, SARC is here to help you. Our services are comprehensive, and we actively listen, believe in, assist and support our clients.

We value your health and well-being and want you to know that we will continue to offer services to you via phone, email and video chat (Zoom) options from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday and after-hours support through our 24-hour support line.

Main office — 406-243-4429

24-hour support line — 406-243-6559

Academic Support

Office for Student Success

During this time, the Office for Student Success is doing all it can to maintain comprehensive availability to assist students, families, community members and University colleagues. Moreover, OSS is here to support all of your learning and academic support needs as we navigate remote and online education. 

Please visit the OSS website for academic advising, tutoring, and writing/public speaking and TRIO services.

Disability Services for Students

Disability Services for Students ensures that programs of the University of Montana are as accessible, inclusive, and usable by students with disabilities as they are for any student. DSS supports students, faculty, and staff with students' accommodation requests, implementation, and general information. 

Please visit the DSS website for the list of accommodations and services that we provide.

ADA/504 Compliance: Accommodations and COVID-19

Students or student employees with documented disabilities will continue to receive accommodations during the COVID-19 pandemic. Existing accommodations as well as other services have been and will continue to be modified to fit the remote format of classes and work. Contact the following departments with questions or request accommodations:

Career and Financial Support

Career Success

A global pandemic has certainly made it complicated to navigate the world of jobs and internships as a student. The Office of Experiential Learning and Career Success is here to help. We are still offering Career Coaching and Experiential Learning appointments remotely. Visit our website for a full list of services.

  • Career Steps for Seniors
    College seniors generally approach graduation with celebratory anticipation while preparing to launch their careers. This year it is more daunting as normal graduation anxiety is mixed with confusion thanks to coronavirus, flattening the richness of on-campus learning and canceling traditional job fairs. But if history taught us anything it is that people who get hired during economic downturns did not stop preparing or job searching. So, seniors while you stay-at-home and social distance, visit our website for some steps to launch your career.
  • Temporary, Part-Time, Remote and Volunteer Work
    If your employment situation has been affected the COVID-19, please visit our website for resources and opportunities concerning part-time, remote and work-from-home opportunities. We will keep this list updated as we find additional information. 

Financial Education

We offer one-on-one financial counseling sessions as well as regularly scheduled workshops on a range of topics.

  • Free Application for Federal Student Aid
    File your FAFSA and understand your financial aid package
  • Financial aid process
    Understand how federal aid works and examine your borrowing trends
  • Student loans
    How to prevent over-borrowing and discuss what will happen to your loans after graduation
  • Budgeting
    Balance long-term goals against short-term needs
  • Credit
    Use credit wisely to build a strong credit score and pay off credit card debt
  • Savings
    Ways to save, reach financial goals and prepare for financial emergencies

Learn more or sign up for our workshops via our website.

Specialized Support

VETS Office

The VETS Office remains committed to supporting veterans and their family members. Please continue to communicate your needs and concerns, our office is open and we are here to support you. The VETS Office is available using Zoom from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. Please visit the VETS Zoom Room to schedule an appointments.

For a full listing of services, please visit the VETS Office website

American Indian Student Services

Through a family education approach, AISS supports Native American students and their families as they negotiate academic life and their transition to the University of Montana and the Missoula community. We know that the shift to remote education presents a number of challenges as well as opportunities, and AISS is ready to support students as they make this transition. You can reach Michelle Guzman, AISS director, via email at

Additional Resources

AISS math tutors:

Haley, 3-5 p.m., Tuesdays 
Click here

Cory, noon to 2 p.m., Wednesdays
Click here

Caleb, noon to 2 p.m., Thursdays
Click here

Writing and Public Speaking Center
Click here

Study Jam
Click here