Focused Support Departments
Each student is assigned a faculty member who serves as the student’s academic advisor. This advisor will guide you through course selection, choosing a major, pre-professional advising, establishing an internship, and will also listen to personal concerns. More...
We believe that all students can succeed if they put their minds
to it. The Academic Support Center offers a variety of services
to help students reach this goal. ASC staff tutor in many subject
areas, provide academic counseling, and assist students in the
transition to college. The best news is that all of these services are
free and available to all students. For more information, please
- Retention Support
- COMPASS Testing (free of charge)
American Indian Student Services works toward a more involved American Indian student body and serves as a liaison between the student body and the University administration, faculty and staff. The program promotes excellence and education for all. Its primary emphasis is to identify and provide intervention strategies that help students realize their academic potential while at the same time making sure the University understands these diverse needs.
The Associated Students of The University of Montana offers all fee-paying students access to its Childcare and Family Resource programs, which provide family and group childcare homes, two Children’s Learning Centers, a Summer Fun Center, and School’s Out Fun Camp. Enrollment in these programs is limited and is offered on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information about these programs, call the program office at (406) 243-2542.
The Curry Health Center provides medical, dental, counseling, and health education services to all fee-paying students. For more information call 406.243.2122.
The University of Montana is committed to providing equal access
to programs for students with disabilities. Disability Services promotes an accessible learning environment and
provides services to students with disabilities. The office also
advocates responsibility for an accessible and hospitable learning
environment through the removal of informational, physical, and attitudinal barriers. For more information, call (406) 243-2243.
For all students taking one or more credits at The University of Montana, health insurance is available for an additional fee. UM offers major medical insurance through Blue Cross/ Blue Shield of Montana. For more information please call 406.243.2122.
The Phoenix Group is a special campus organization that assists nontraditional students in their transition to college life. Phoenix Group provides a variety of support services for students and a common meeting ground for adult learners. Along with issuing a quarterly newsletter and organizing social activities for nontraditional students, Phoenix also maintains an emergency short-term loan fund for qualified applicants. For more information about services that Phoenix offers, call (406) 243-4155.
- University of Montana Missoula College Registrar