The University of Montana is a public flagship university located in Missoula. Founded in 1893 and enrolling more than 15,000 students, UM offers superior education ranging from associate to doctoral degrees. The University’s internationally recognized programs, commitment to student success and innovative learning environment attract faculty and students from around the world.
The University of Montana Foundation is a separate 501(c)(3) organization established in 1951 to ensure the University’s excellence, access and affordability through a public/private funding partnership.
Working on the UM campus, you are at the center of knowledge in an institution where people of all ages, backgrounds and beliefs come together to research and pursue education. A career at the University of Montana Foundation is more than a job - it is an opportunity to be a part of something that impacts students, the community and, through research, the world. At the UM Foundation we offer you not only the chance to build a successful career - we offer you an opportunity to make an impact.
Living in Missoula
Nestled in the Rocky Mountains of western Montana, at the convergence of five valleys and on the banks of the Clark Fork River, Missoula is one of the West’s most sophisticated smaller cities boasting an increasingly diverse population and rich culture. Within a few miles of Missoula, outdoor enthusiasts experience numerous year-round recreational opportunities in millions of acres of wilderness and recreation areas. The city is rich in cultural attractions ranging from symphony, arts, live theatre, historical museums, shops, galleries and numerous sporting activities and events.