Missoula College - University of Montana
Missoula College, the two-year unit at the University of Montana, provides student-centered and relevant education through workforce development, including Certificates and Applied Associate’s Degrees, and transfer education, through the Associate of Arts Degree. The mission of Missoula College is to create a comprehensive, accessible, student-centered learning environment that fosters individual growth, facilitates workforce development, and provides a foundation for advanced academic achievement and pathways to a four-year degree program. Missoula College also partners with regional high schools to provide pathways to higher education through dual credit course offerings.
We envision a future where Missoula College is recognized as a model of excellence for two-year education in Montana, empowering students to succeed in higher education and continuing to serve the needs of the community and workforce. We elevate the awareness of two-year education as a result of our high retention, graduation and placement rates. Through this demonstration of excellence, more students will enroll in two-year colleges, more businesses and industries will partner with two-year schools, and the state will receive the benefits of a more educated citizenry/workforce.
The student support offices including Enrollment Services, Disability Services for Students, Financial Aid, Registrar, Career Services, Educational Opportunity (EOC), Outreach Programming Office, Academic Advising, and administrative offices are located at the River Campus. All business technology programs, applied arts and science programs, health professions programs, as well as a branch of the Mansfield Library, and a dining room are located on the River Campus. All industrial technology programs are located on the West Campus.