Tuition

Remote Delivery Summer Discount:
We are pleased to offer students a Remote Delivery Summer Discount  this summer that will partially offset your tuition and mandatory fees. This is our gift to you as you continue your studies with UM during this very challenging time. Classes this summer are primarily being taught online and remotely and our faculty and UM have been working hard to provide you an excellent economic value for your summer coursework and personalized attention that you would expect from being part of the Grizzly family. For more information on this discount from UM's President, Seth Bodnar, please see the April 24th, UMToday edition, or contact the UM Summer Office at UMSummer@mso.umt.edu

Financial Aid:
Financial Aid can be used to pay summer tuition, with some restrictions. The UM Financial Aid Office can help you calculate your summer aid package. Students enrolling in at least six credits for the summer 2020 semester who submit their 2019-2020 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) no later than June 30th, 2020, may be eligible for federal and institutional summer aid.  At The University of Montana the Summer 2020 Semester is considered part of the 2019-2020 academic year. Session dates and deadlines may be found on the main page of the UM Summer website.

To increase the chances of receiving preferred classes, students should register, complete fee payment, and finalize their registration as soon as possible. The UM Business Services Office must receive fee payments by the posted deadlines or registrations will be canceled. Spaces in courses, available as a result of cancellation, are made available to other students who add or register during Late Registration. Failure to pay or finalize, by established deadlines, results in cancellation of student registration.

If a Pell grant eligible student is attending the special sessions at the end of the summer, they must register for those special sessions before (Date TBD). If they register after that date, they will receive prorated Pell for the number of credits they registered for before the (Date TBD). They will not be eligible for Pell grant for the additional credits from the late Summer session.

More information on tuition

Students may pay their summer Registration Bills in-person at Student Accounts - Treasury Services or online via CyberBear beginning April 13 at 1:00 p.m. 

UM does not cash checks except in payment of university bills. Students may avoid inconvenience by using credit cards, e-checks, bank drafts, certified checks, money orders, or traveler checks. During the Summer Semester, UM has no deferred payment plan, does not accept foreign or Canadian checks, and discounts Canadian money.

UM allows fee payment after May 15 and July 10 only if a Late Registration Petition is approved by the Late Registration Committee. A $160 Late Fee is charged. 

Students should complete the withdrawal process (dropping all classes) at the Registrar's Office, 2nd floor, Lommasson Center 201. The official withdrawal date, as recorded by the University Registrar, is the date used to determine the amount credited to the student account. Generally, UM credits no fees after the 10th class day of Summer Semester. UM may deduct existing debts such as library charges, health service charges, etc., from any refunds due the student. For further information, students should contact the Business Services Office.

Students must make an initial fee payment at registration for courses in which they are enrolled.

UM allows students enrolled in 3-week courses establish their enrollment status for fee purposes during the first three days of the session. The courses for which students are enrolled on the second day determine any fee adjustments. Beginning the third day, courses added increase credit hour enrollment for fee purposes and may result in additional charges in accordance with the fee schedule.

Students enrolled in 6-week courses establish their enrollment status for fee purposes during the first six days of the session. The courses for which students are enrolled on the second day determine any fee adjustments. Beginning the sixth day, courses added increase credit hour enrollment for fee purposes and may result in additional charges in accordance with the fee schedule.

Students enrolled in 12-week courses to establish their enrollment status for fee purposes during the first 12 days of the session. Courses dropped after the twelfth day do not result in reduced fees. All courses added increase credit hour enrollment for fee purposes and may result in additional charges in accordance with the fee schedule.

ASUM short-term student loans, from $50-$500, are available to ASUM Activity Fee-paying students who have a GPA of 2.0 or better and are enrolled for 7 or more credits. With the exception of the Missoula College, students must have been enrolled during the previous semester and may not be in their final semester of enrollment. This requirement and the co-signer requirement for loans over $50 are waived for students awaiting the receipt of Stafford Loan monies to be paid in the current semester. Other restrictions may apply.  To learn more about how to apply for a loan from ASUM, please refer to Cyberbear.  Click "Student Services" and then Short Term Loan Application.  Iinformation about these loans can also be obtained from the ASUM office in University Center Room 105 or by calling 406-243-2451.