Important Message for Our Students

UM’s COVID Response Team (CRT) is working closely with state and local public health officials as we continue to adjust our operations and policies to protect the health and safety of the UM Family.  Unfortunately, we have seen a significant uptick in COVID-19 cases in Missoula County over the past few weeks, placing us in a “high risk” category as defined by the CDC.

In light of these developments, and at the recommendation of the MCCHD, we ask all individuals on our campus – vaccinated or not – to wear masks indoors. This includes public spaces in residence halls, Mansfield Library, computer labs, study lounges, University Center, Lommasson and the Food Zoo (when not eating or drinking).  For classrooms and laboratory settings, we will require the use of masks. 

Students and their families can also find additional information - including FAQs, past communications, and a comprehensive handbook of guidelines - on the Coronavirus Information page.

Undergraduate advisors will be available for assistance via email as we are all currently working remotely.  If you experience any registration problems, be sure to thoroughly document the error message you are receiving so that we are able to more efficiently assist you.

Student Resources


Find resources here for new, current, and transfer students in any undergraduate degree program or minor offered by the W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation.  We provide academic information and advising.

We can help you change a major, add or delete a minor, contact your faculty advisor, find scholarship information, and use Cyberbear to plan your class schedule and register. 

Academic Undergraduate Advisors:

Schedule an appointment with your academic advisor through Navigate.  Watch the helpful video where you can see how the system works.  Then, click on the Navigate for Students button at the bottom of the page.  If the office hours listed won’t work for you, please email your advisor directly to see what other days/time might work.

Other Advisors:

If you need to set up a meeting with the Native American Natural Resources Program advisor or with the Graduate Student Advisor, please email them directly.

Meet with a USFS Recruitment Specialist!

Amber Kamps, Recruitment Specialist with the U.S. Forest Service, will available to work with students on campus during the Fall 2021 semester.  Please visit our Careers & Job Opportunities page for more information and meeting schedule.