Missoula College Freshman Admission

Missoula College, the two-year unit of the University of Montana, provides outstanding occupational and technical education covering 35 programs. Areas of study include business and health care professions, applied computing and electronics, and energy and industrial technologies. An Associate of Arts general education program is also available to students desiring a transfer degree for a baccalaureate degree program.


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Missoula College Freshman Admission Process

You are considered a freshman if you are a first-time college student currently enrolled in high school, or concurrently enrolled in high school and a college (Running Start or Dual Enrollment program), or you have graduated from high school but have not attempted 12 or more college-level credits.

Missoula College Freshman Admission Requirements | Deadlines

 

1

APPLY

To apply online or print a paper application, click on the Apply Now link above and choose the term you would like to start. There is a $30 application fee.

2

Transcripts

Request an unofficial transcript to be either sent or uploaded with your application. Upon graduation, request that a final high school transcript be sent that includes your date of graduation and final GPA. The HiSET and GED are also acceptable.
3

ACT or SAT Scores

Request that your ACT or SAT results be sent to UM through the testing company. UM's ACT code is 2422, and the SAT code is 4489. 

Admission is possible without ACT or SAT scores.  If standardized test scores are not provided, placement testing in math and writing will be required prior to the start of the semester.


After you're accepted


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