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Recognizing the diversity of needs and talents of each student, the University of Montana seeks to provide quality services to all students to help them succeed both inside and outside the classroom. The following programs, departments, and services exist to provide support to students at all levels of their UM career: future, current, and alumni.
Living and Eating
Students choose to live in University housing for a variety of reasons. The Convenience of living on campus includes easy access to classes, having your meals cooked for you, and no need to commute. Students also enjoy the sense of Community. You have countless opportunities to engage your peers in both social and learning activities within your residence hall. UM Dining works closely with the Residence Life Office to provide exciting, healthy, and fresh dining options for students to share meals together. Friendships made while living and eating on campus will last a lifetime!
Student group involvement is an important part of the college experience. Associated Students of The University of Montana (ASUM) recognized student groups represent a wide variety of academic, pre-professional, spiritual, political, musical, support, service, sport and special interest topics. Currently there are almost 200 ASUM recognized clubs and organizations, of which approximately three-fourths receive direct funding from ASUM. The complete list of the student groups recognized for the current academic year can be seen by alphabetical listing or by category.
UM offers 14 intercollegiate programs as well as a wide variety of services and programs for University of Montana students, faculty and staff and strives to provide an inclusive active environment for social interaction.
Campus Recreation provides opportunities to thrive in the pursuit of well being through innovative staff, facilities, and programming.