We will help with deciding on or changing your major, applying to a graduate program, or to discuss career options for your major.
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We will provide intensive English training for you, a non-native speaker of English who wants to improve your English language proficiency to meet your academic, professional, and personal goals.
The nine residence halls at the University of Montana are designed for single students and offer a variety of options.
We offer a women's hall, a men's hall, seven co-ed halls, and rooms types including singles, double, triples, three-person pods, and four-person suites.
Curry Health Center
Curry Health Center provides quality, affordable, accessible health care for students at the University of Montana. We promote a healthy campus by treating students with dignity and respect and through collaborating and sharing our expertise with others.
Our facility offers a variety of cardio and weight machines, a functional training area, three multipurpose courts for basketball, volleyball or badminton, three group fitness classrooms, a squash court, and seven racquetball/handball courts.
Lap swims, adult coached swims, American Red Cross lessons, inner tube water polo, and recreational swim times are just a few of the activities going on at the Grizzly Pool.
Choose from recreational to competitive leagues and become involved in a variety of activities. Soccer, softball, flag football, basketball, dodgeball, volleyball, inner tube water polo, tennis, golf.
Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, Studyportals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.
My study experience with the University of Montana was a unique one. I worked anywhere between 2-3 jobs while going to school full time. I also opted out of the dorm room experience as I was a non-traditional student and started at age 21. I had many personal life project going on all throughout university so I wasn't a big part of extracurriculars within the school. My...