The University of Montana Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (5)
My college was great. Offered a lot of classes and the faculty was great. Enjoyed the location and atmosphere and loved going to the football games. Great college town as well.
The University of Montana was the best place for me to get my degree in theatre. I am a Montana native, so the cost was comparatively low and they University provided many opportunities for scholarships and grants. I also highly recommend Theatre as a degree, especially on the technical side because it allows students to truly practice what it's like to be a part of a team, figure budgets, manage time, and teaches you about very practical skill sets like sewing, woodworking, and electrical work.
Getting a Masters degree in Teaching English while teaching during the school year is challenging; however, UM was able to accommodate many of my needs as a student by working with me. I chose to go back after getting a teaching position, and I would encourage future students to go directly on to grad school after their bachelors. I did have a few hic-ups along the way due to course selection and availability, but I was able to work those issues out eventually. UM has since addressed these issues and has made changes to their summer programs to help make them more accessible to working teachers.
U of M was such a great experience. The quality of education I receive for my program was amazing. The instructors are extremely knowledgeable and willing to help with any concerns you have. Campus life is a blast and the general atmosphere of Missoula, Montana is refreshing and relaxing.
I have loved being at The University of Montana BUT my experience as a previous Out of State student has definitely put a damper on my willingness to suggest this school to people. The university has very strict requirements regarding in state tuition, but very few people know exactly what they are. For my first year and a half I kept on getting different stories. By the time I was half way through my sophomore year I was having to go part time to become an in state student. This has put me behind in my studies so now I am taking 21 credits a semester to graduate on time in May 2015. When I graduate I will have 70,000 in debt JUST from my undergraduate degree. I am pursuing a Ph.D. For any out of state students wanting to go here, GO PART TIME your freshman year. The dorms will let you live in them if you are part time to seek residency. Going part time early will save you lots of money and time! It will also save you the trouble of having to take lots of credits to graduate on time.