University of Montana Ranking, Address, Tuition, Admissions Requirement & SAT Scores

The University of Montana Ranking is in the 432 to 507 grouping on the University Review World College Ranking List. It is considered to be the 194th best nationally by the USnews.

Requirements for Admission and Tuition Fees (Quick Facts)

The University of Montana tuition fees are $6,330 for in-state and $23,146 for out of state students. It is not a very selective college taking in 95.7 of applicants. Financial aid is offered at an average of $3570 per student per annum.

University of Montana SAT Scores and ACT Scores

SAT scores for admission requirements (25th-75th percentile) are Math 490 – 590, Reading 490 – 600, and writing 470 – 580.

The requirements for ACT (25th-75th percentile) are Composite 21 – 26, English 20 – 27, Math 19 – 25, and Writing 6 – 8.

University of Montana Missoula Information

The University of Montana (UM) is the largest of the five campuses in the University of Montana System.

The sports teams are popularly known by the nickname “Grizzlies” and “Lady Griz”.

The University of Montana was established in 1893 in Missoula, a town which was then just starting to flourish. Its foundation took place less than 90 years since the area was explored by Lewis and Clark and their Corps of Discovery. Since then, it has continuously grown to become the institution it is today.

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UM is considered to be one of the most scenic campuses in America. The campus is located at the centre of the natural landscape of western Montana. It is near the Clark Ford River and occupies 156 acres of the base of Mount Sentinel. There are 64 buildings within the campus including the Grizzlies football stadium which can seat 23,500 people. It calls itself a “city within a city” as it houses banks, medical facilities, postal services, and eateries and for having its own ZIP code.

The University of Montana, Missoula, MT is comprised of five colleges and five schools. The colleges include the College of Arts and Science, the College of Health Professions and Biomedical Sciences, the College of Forestry and Conservation, the College of Technology, and the Davidson Honors College. The University of Montana schools include the School of Business Administration, the School of Education, the School of Fine Arts, the School of Journalism, and the School of Law. There is also a Graduate School and an academic unit called Continuing Education.

The University is known for its excellent athletics program. The Grizzlies are considered to be among the top teams in the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision as well as the Big Sky Conference. Its women’s basketball team has won 17 titles in the Big Sky Conference and are thus considered to be the conference’s most successful team.

Some of the most notable students the university has had include Harold Urey, a Nobel Prize-winning chemist; Pearl Jam founding member Jeff Ament; and former Representative and former Senator Mike. Other prominent students include an array of athletes like Kroy Biermann, Dan Carpenter, Larry Krystkowiak, and Michael Ray Richardson, among others.

University of Montana Address

The University of Montana address is located at:
32 Campus Drive, Missoula, Montana 5982

Other colleges in the state include the Montana State University.

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University of Montana Missoula Rankings and Quick Facts

Motto: Lux et Veritas, English: Light and Truth

University of Montana ranking
Ranking – Times 200 (UK)
University world Ranking – Jiaotong 500 (China)
305 to 402
University world Ranking – Newsweek 100 (USA)
American University (Jiaotong)
139 to 164
University Montana Missoula Facts
Students (Undergraduates / PG/ Total)
Faculty / Staff
Endowment (2006) – USA Rank
Endowment per student
Big Sky

Other US colleges by State


University of Montana; List of Montana Colleges; Photograph by Auvet.

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