- Lommasson Center 101
- Missoula, MT 59812
Apply as 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.
The application for admissions for fall semester 2019 at the University of Montana is now closed.
Freshman Admission is a Three-Step Process
To apply online or print a paper application, click on the Apply Now link above and choose the term you would like to start. You can also apply to UM using the Common Application.
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.
Send UM your official high school transcript upon graduation. The transcript must include your date of graduation and final GPA. The HiSET and GED are also acceptable.
Apply as an international student if you are coming from outside the U.S., or you are living in the U.S. under an F, B, H, J, L, or M Visa.
Apply as a returning student if you previously attended UM and interrupted your enrollment for more than 24 months.
Advanced Options: Earn Credit Toward College Graduation
The University of Montana recognizes alternative means to earn academic credits that can be applied to a college degree in several academic programs. Students should contact the UM Admissions Office for more information. Advanced Options to earn college credits include (but are not limited) to the following:
Statement on Admissions Policies Regarding Peaceful Protest Penalties
The University of Montana has decided to join a growing list of colleges offering amnesty through the National Association of College Admissions Counselors (NACAC). The purpose of joining this group of institutions is to demonstrate that we at UM stand with students impelled to use their voices in meaningful and peaceful ways. We ensure that disciplinary action associated with participation in such demonstrations will not negatively impact a student’s current or future admissions decision.
-Emily Ferguson-Steger, Director of Undergraduate Admissions
In 1998, Congress passed amendments to the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990, which had amended the earlier Higher Education Act of 1965 (HEA), renaming the law to the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, also known as the Clery Act.
The purpose of the Clery Act is to provide current and prospective students and employees with accurate and important information about crimes and campus safety so they can make informed decisions. The U.S. Department of Education electronically publishes UM data, along with comparable information from other colleges and universities.