Missoula College

Missoula College, the two-year unit of the University of Montana, provides outstanding transfer, occupational and technical education covering 35 program areas across five academic departments. Areas of study include business and health care professions, applied computing and electronics and energy and industrial technologies.

Career preparation

By offering outstanding transfer, occupational and technical education for Montana students, Missoula College transforms lives. Graduates enter a range of in-demand careers, from restaurant management to diesel mechanics in the Bakken oil fields. Some students transfer to earn four-year bachelor's degrees in their field of choice, while still others take classes to upgrade their professional skills.

In all, students can choose from 35 program areas, which offer breadth as well as depth; the college offers seven programs in the health professions alone. Visit the Missoula College website to learn more about opportunities for today's students.

An opportunity to support success 

Now the push is underway to provide these students – so dedicated to advancing their education and careers – the kind of modern, spacious facilities they deserve. On August 22, 2014, UM broke ground on this new campus building. The University is still seeking private resources to enhance this remarkable facility.

Your support will provide a dynamic learning environment for thousands of students each year. 

To donate to Missoula College today, fill out the form below.


To find out how to support Missoula College, contact Colin Ware, Senior Director of Regional Development.

Cindy Williams