Montana

Montana is a state in the northwestern part of the United States. Montana’s name comes from the Spanish word “montaña,” which means “mountain.” Montana’s western

edge contains a huge mountain range, and more than fifty smaller ranges are spread out over the rest of the state. Montana is the 4th largest state, and is sometimes nicknamed “Big Sky Country” for its scarcely populated, extensive land and blue skies. Montana has a large tourist industry, with millions of people visiting the state’s several national parks each year to see world-renowned landscapes. If you love the outdoors, or even just a beautiful view, Montana is one of the best places in the world to live.

Montana State University- Bozeman

Montana State University is a public university located in Bozeman, Montana. MSU becamce the state’s land grant university in 1893. The Fighting Bobcats of MSU total approximately 14,000 graduate and undergraduate students. The university offers an associate’s degree of applied science, and bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate degrees in a variety of fields including degrees in the humanities, natural sciences, social sciences, agriculture, and business. The colleges within MSU include a nursing college, and a college of education. Tons of activities outside of class keep MSU students active and engaged. Besides athletics and the arts, MSU participates in events like an annual pow-wow, day of student recognition, and  regular outdoor program expeditions. MSU has tons of hands-on learning opportunities; MSU students have even traveled to Africa to work with architects there in order to build sustainable housing in rural areas. If this sounds like the school for you, head over to montana.edu

University of Montana- Missoula

The University of Montana, or U of M, is a public university located in Missoula, Montana, and is the flagship school for the University of Montana system. About 15,000 students attend classes on U of M’s beautiful 220-acre campus each year. More than 60 majors are available to undergraduate students, 50 to master’s students, and more than 10 for doctorate students. Though U of M is surrounded by millions of acres of wilderness, Missoula is a fair-sized city of about 70,000 people. If you’re looking for just the right balance of city life and nature, consider making the U of M your college home. The University of Montana Grizzlies compete in NCAA Division I athletics, and ¾ of students at U of M are involved in intercollegiate sports in some way. U of M also has an extensive Greek Life program and an International Student Association. Ready to apply? Find out admissions requirements at umt.edu

University of Montana- Montana Tech

Montana Tech is a public university located in Butte, Montana, and is a part of the University of Montana system. Montana Tech is a technical university that offers more than 60 different degree programs divided into the College of Letters and Sciences, the College of Technology, the School of Mining and Engineering, and a graduate school. Majors and minors include all types of engineering, different types of Technology studies like Business Technology, various types of science like Chemical Science, and a few less technical fields like Secondary Education, and Liberal Studies. Montana Tech has a great student life with a number of on- and off-campus activities, many of which take advantage of the outdoor recreational opportunities unique to Montana. Students clubs at Montana Tech include an archery club, rodeo club, dance club, and math club. The student athletes at Montana Tech, called the Orediggers, participate in sports like footballs, golf, basketball, and volleyball. Interested in the practical academic approach at Montana Tech? Go to mtech.edu

Montana State University -Billings

Montana State University at Billings is a public university located in Billings, Montana. MSU Billings is in the state’s largest city, so even though its students only number about 5,000, they have access to the amenities that some larger universities in Montana do not. MSU Billings offers almost 30 bachelor’s degree programs, and a number of associate’s and master’s degree programs, as well as 12 different certificates of applied science. The MSU Billings Yellowjackets compete in NCAA Division II athletics, with men’s and women’s team playing basketball, cross country, tennis, and more. MSU Billings students can also participate in intramural sports and a variety of student life activities on and off campus including volunteering, and can get involved with clubs like the Ceramic Guild, and the Radio Club. If this excellent school sounds like the one for you, and you’re ready to find out more, go to Montana State University at Billings website: msubillings.edu

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