University of Montana Western early childhood education major Krystal McDougall traveled to Los Angeles this summer to volunteer at the Special Olympics.
Montana Western Chancellor Beth Weatherby (right) helps parents move their students into Davis Hall.
University of Montana Western Chancellor Beth Weatherby said the university is expecting the largest freshman class in the school’s history.
The Montana Western School of Outreach’s Kids Theatre Camp recently performed the play "Greece."
Mike Rose, Collegiate Stockgrowers Club president.
The University of Montana Western’s Collegiate Stockgrowers Club taught third graders about livestock care and handling at the Mussard Feedlot earlier this year.
Julie Bullard, Montana Western early childhood education professor.
Longtime University of Montana Western early childhood education professor and program director Julie Bullard has been named the 2015 Outstanding Early Childhood Teacher Educator by the National Association of Early Childhood Educators (NAECTE).
Professor Linda Lyon (right) shows Emma Lovaas a student-made beehive at Montana Western's community garden.
University of Montana Western X Camp kids visited the campus community garden this week with Environmental Science Professor Linda Lyon.
Annabelle Cho and John Zhang, Chinese high school students, visit Montana Western.
The University of Montana Western welcomed six high school students from China recently as part of the Yellowstone English Environmental Studies Program International (YESPI).
University of Montana Western Assistant English Professor Francis Davis has been awarded a full fellowship to participate in the Vermont Studio Center community Aug. 2-23, 2015.
Inaugural festivities include ceremony, Experience One showcase and scholarship fundraiser.
The University of Montana Western has announced that the institution will celebrate the inauguration of its new chancellor and the phenomenal success of Experience One on Saturday, Oct. 3, 2015.
TRIO student Kelly Wieman (left) meets with SSS advisor Nicole Nygren.
The University of Montana Western will receive $1.24 million over the next five years to continue providing academic and support services to low-income, first-generation and disabled students.