The Residence Halls at The University of Montana are designed for single students and provide housing for during Autumn and Spring semesters.
Students from The University of Montana and from Missoula College, of all academic standings, may live in the residence hall.
Any student with less than 30 credits and without dependents is required to live in the Residence Halls. Please see the Freshman Residency Requirement for more information.
Housing is available over Winter Session for students living in the residence halls both Autumn and Spring semesters.
Housing is available in the summer to UM students, even if not living in the residence halls during the academic year.
At many universities, it is common to hear the word "dorm" to refer to on-campus housing facilities. Here at The University of Montana, you will find we call our buildings "residence halls" and not "dorms". We do this as we see our residence halls as more than just a place to sleep while living away from home, but as your home away from home.
Residence Halls at the University of Montana are a part of the academic mission for the students. Students who live in residence halls tend to do better academically and in their social adjustment at the University. We offer social and educational opportunities for our students within their residence hall.
We have a talented and highly trained student and professional staff here to assist you with your transition to college and to remain as a resource your entire college career. We are proud to be a part of the university experience and proud to have you living in one of our residence halls.
The University of Montana offers students a variety of options for their on campus housing experience. We have nine different residence halls offering single rooms, double rooms, triple rooms, three-person pods, and four-person suites.
We have one all-female hall, one all-male hall, and seven co-ed halls available to students. We also offer several Living Learning Communities for students within the residence halls.
We encourage you to check out all of your housing options before applying to live on campus. Please feel free to call the Residence Life Office at 406-243-2611 with any questions.