Located in the heart of Western Montana's stunning natural landscape, the University of Montana is a place where top-notch students, educators and researchers from across the country and around the globe come to thrive.
Nestled over 56 acres at the base of Mount Sentinel along the Clark Fork River, the University of Montana is unlike, well, just about any campus you've ever seen. Sure, we've got our park-like Oval at the center of campus, more than 60 architecturally unique buildings and a 26,000-seat football stadium. Just across the river, Missoula College offers pathways for workforce training, industry skills and further education.
We operate the 30,000-acre Lubrecht Experimental Forest and the oldest active biological station in the country: the Flathead Lake Biological Station, a world-renowned facility for ecological studies and freshwater research.
But it doesn't stop there. We've got more (like, a lot more) ways we're remaking the world. Just see for yourself:
Known for unbridled curiosity and creativity unmatched on either side of the Rockies, UM strives to be both accessible and accountable — respected worldwide and responsive at home. We're ready to tell you more.