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University of Montana (Missoula)

United States
  • Ranked 290 THE World University Rankings 2013-2014
  • Ranked 325 THE World University Rankings 2014-2015
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About University of Montana (Missoula)

University of Montana (UM) is a place where top-tier students, educators and researchers from across the country and around the globe come and thrive. UM is located in Missoula, Montana’s second-largest city with a population of 80,000 residents. The University draws a diverse population to Missoula and helps cultivate an educated, engaged and vibrant community.

More than 13,000 students attend UM and Missoula College, where they receive a world-class education in a broad range of subjects that include the trades, liberal arts, graduate and postdoctoral study and professional training.

Campus information

The main campus spans 56 acres at the base of Mount Sentinel along the Clark Fork River and includes the park-like Oval at the center of campus, more than 60 architecturally unique buildings and a 25,200-seat football stadium. UM's 180-acre South Campus offers student housing, a golf course, soccer fields and an outdoor track facility. Missoula College occupies two sites in central and west Missoula.

University of Montana is located in the heart of western Montana's stunning natural landscape

Accommodation

Residence Life provides safe, clean, healthy, and affordable living and learning facilities that fosters an inclusive community living environment for students, staff, faculty, and guests. The Residence Life Office manages three areas, Residence Halls, Lewis and Clark Village, and University Villages, which provides a variety of housing options for single students, students with dependents, and University guests. Services provided in these facilities support and nurture educational experiences and personal development at the University of Montana.

All incoming freshmen automatically have a housing hold placed on their University account until one of the following requirements are completed:

  • A housing application is submitted for the Residence Halls.
  • A release from the Freshman Residency Requirement has been submitted and approved.

The housing hold will prevent the registration of classes until the hold is released.  To avoid delays in class registration, freshmen should complete one of the above steps as soon as possible.

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Accounting and Finance 2 Applied and Pure Sciences 3 Computer Science and IT 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 2 Mass Communication & Media 2

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