For a list of current Summer Camps at UM, please click HERE.
If you would like to host a summer camp at UM, please work with UM Conference & Event Services and begin by filling out the Intake/Registration Form. After you complete and submit the form, someone from UM Conference & Event Services will get back to you. In the meantime, for more information on their services, please visit the following links:
For additional questions, please contact UM Conference & Event Services at (406) 243-4119 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Liability Insurance for UM-Sponsored Summer Camps 2020 The UMSummer Office, the Office of Risk Management, and UM Conference and Event Services are working together to provide a streamlined process for applications for blanket liability insurance for all entities that offer summer camps/experiences through the University of Montana. All camps and experiences that completed the mandatory April 17 survey deadline have been received by the UMSummer Office and sent to the Office of Risk Management to be provided to the state under the University of Montana's blanket liability insurance for summer 2020 camps. Please contact Grace Gardner or Becka Simons in the UMSummer Office at UMSummer@mso.umt.edu with any questions.
We look forward to welcoming your camp on campus this summer!
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The 13th annual Summer American Indian and Indigenous Law Program at UM’s Blewett School of Law offers the unique opportunity to learn from nationally and internationally renowned scholars and practitioners. We offer eight one-week, one-credit classes from (Date TBD) covering topics from the basic foundations of Indian Law to the complexities of Indian property, jurisdiction (civil and criminal), cultural protection, and the Supreme Court’s Indian law jurisprudence. Come join us!
The Wild Rockies Field Institute (WRFI) is a Missoula-based nonprofit that offers experiences for undergraduate students seeking an educational adventure. WRFI courses explore the complex cultural, political, and natural histories of the vast and multifaceted landscapes of the Rocky Mountain West. WRFI courses are accredited through the University of Montana, offering students opportunities to earn upper-division (300-level) credits in one or more of the following areas: Natural Resource Science & Management, Environmental Studies, Geography, Native American Studies, and Philosophy.
Perhaps you'd like to look for signs of wolf activity in Yellowstone National Park, or visit the retreating ice fields of Glacier National Park. We can help you retrace the journey of Lewis and Clark through the Upper Missouri River Breaks, or study actual dinosaur tracks preserved in the canyon walls of the Colorado Plateau. We will seek out the perspectives of local community members, and hear from the Indigenous knowledge-holders of the land in the places we visit. You might see the ecological effects of climate change in alpine ecosystems while backpacking through a wilderness area one week, and visit a coal mine serving as the anchoring economy of a rural community the next. From the ridge-lines of the Continental Divide to the tributaries of the mighty Colorado River, we are committed to cultivating real, meaningful connections to the cultures, ecologies, and complex histories of the landscapes we visit.