Student Services

Services for online students at the University of Montana are designed to help you succeed from point of interest to finding a job. You may always contact us directly at umonline-help@umontana.edu or 406-243 4999.

View the academic calendar for the year. Online courses are offered in the spring, summer and fall semesters.

UMOnline is committed to ensuring the accessibility of the Learning Management System (Moodlerooms) and its content are in line with University policy and Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.

You can learn more about accessibility at UMOnline on our Accessibility web page.

UM welcomes a variety of students. Find the support suited to your needs.

Get connected with the University and begin your educational journey. Apply Online.

Need a quick resume critique? Have a couple questions about an upcoming interview? Contact Career Services for job-service advice, links to employers interested in hiring new college grads and more!

 

Login to cyberbear.umt.edu to view all of your student information. Your class schedule, course list, overrides, financial aid information, unofficial transcripts final grades and more can all be found through this web app.

Contact The Office for Disability Equity (ODE) if you have a documented disability and need to request an accommodation for your online or on-campus coursework.

Located in the Emma B. Lommasson Center,  the Financial Aid office provides a number of resources to students.

Visit their website at umt.edu/finaid for more information or reach them at: 406-243-5373, faid@mso.umt.edu.

The Peer Connection Network

This student-based video production group creates tutorial and informational videos to help fellow students succeed at University of Montana.

 

Search the Mansfield Library collections online and receive assistance from librarians via chat, phone or email communication. Books you wish to check out can be shipped to you.

Please visit our Welcome to UMOnline page for more information pertinent to new online students.

Existing students may use this form to change their status to "distance only".

The Writing Center allows you to work with online writing tutors who can help you plan and develop papers for your classes.

Students can order books and course materials online from montanabookstore.com.

You can pick your order up at their University Center location on campus or have it shipped to your home at a competitive shipping rate.

Advisors at the Undergraduate Advising Center (UAC) can provide advice on required coursework, majors and graduation issues.

Contact the Office For Student Success, if you need assistance as a distance student.

Veterans can work with UM’s VA Coordinator at the Veteran’s Affairs Office to discuss issues related to veteran education and transition services.