Residence Halls at The University of Montana are available for participants of special groups, conferences or workshops, and youth camps which are affiliated with or sponsored by The University of Montana.
Various residence halls are used to house conference groups, all of which are conveniently located on the main campus.
Our summer conference business typically runs the end of May through the end of July. Some weeks throughout the summer we are very full so book your conference well in advance to assure availability.
Clean, comfortable and convenient room furnishings are provided:
Each hall includes a data port which can be activated for Internet connection via Ethernet cord. The charge for Direct Connect Services is $35.00 per month or $70.00 for the full summer. Amounts are not pro-rated and no refunds are available for unused portions due to early departure. Residents wishing to purchase this service must complete the activation form and submit payment with the form prior to your arrival. If you are attending a specific program or conference that will be covering the activation fee, please include the coordinator’s name and telephone number on the activation request form.
Once the request form and payment has been processed, instructions to access your port will be provided when you arrive. An Ethernet cord is required to access the port in the individual rooms. If needed, a cord can be purchased at the Residence Life Office for additional $10 fee. Limited wireless is available in Aber, Jesse, Knowles and Turner.
There is a courtesy phone available for local calls. A calling card is necessary to make long distance calls.
Daily Maid Service is not provided for individual rooms. Each participant is responsible for making their own bed, garbage removal, and general cleanliness of their own room. The shared bathroom facilities and common areas are cleaned daily.
Items we encourage you to bring from home:
Many Dining facilities are located within walking distance of the residence halls. Please contact the Residence Life Office more information.
To Make Reservations contact your Group Coordinator.
For additional information, please contact:
Residence Life Office Summer Conference Coordinator
The University Of Montana
Turner Hall 101 Missoula, MT 59812
Phone: (406) 243-2612 Fax: (406) 243-2344
Note: The University of Montana is committed to taking affirmative action to provide all people an equal opportunity for education, employment, and participation in University activities without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, marital status, age or disability.
Summer Housing is available at Lewis and Clark Village. Summer housing is available only for the months of June and July. Housing is not available for the month of August or any part of August. Please complete the Summer Lewis and Clark Application if you are interested in living in Lewis and Clark Village during the summer. Assignments for summer are made in mid-April and applications are accepted at any time.
If you are interested in housing for the upcoming Fall semester you will need to submit a Lewis and Clark Villages Fall Application. Fall housing is for enrolled students at the University of Montana only. Housing assignments cannot be confirmed until mid-April. If housing cannot be provided, full deposit will be refunded.
Due to housing shortage, married couples will be required to rent the entire apartment ($820/month) or find another couple to share the apartment rent.
Rent will be paid in full for the requested dates of stay prior to check in and receiving keys preferably at least two weeks in advance by calling or sending rent to Residence Life Office.
The nightly housing rate is $13.67 per bedroom, per night or $410 per month. If you stay less than one month (30 nights), you will be charged for one month’s stay at $410.00.
Cancellations recieved with greater than 30 days prior to expected arrival will be assessed a$50.00 cancellation fee.
Cancellations received with less than 30 days prior to expected arrival will forfeit the entire $300.00 damage deposit.
Welcome to The University of Montana. Visitor parking regulations apply 7 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday. Parking is free on weekdays after 5 p.m., weekends, and University-observed holidays unless posted otherwise.
The University Center Event Planning Office assists visitors with scheduling events on campus. Call (406) 243-4113 or (406) 243-4114 for assistance. The Office of Public Safety, located in Building 32 on campus Drive near the stadium oversees campus parking. If you need assistance, call (406) 243-6132 or stop by their office.