A CAPP Degree Evaluation is a tool that can be used by students and advisors to track course requirements needed for graduation from a specific degree. The degree evaluation compares a student’s academic history to the program they are desiring to pursue. It then produces a report that shows how courses are applying towards a degree including what areas of the degree where all requirement are met and what is still pending.
CAPPS is available for students who are using the 2015-16 catalog or any future catalogs to complete their degree.
As a Montana Western student you have access to one-on-one counseling sessions, campus based workshops and education resources on managing your finances. The effort of these services is to help you better manage your finances and ultimately graduate with as little debt as possible.
If you have questions about your finances, debt, or how to make and manage your budget contact Barbara Julian at firstname.lastname@example.org or 406-683-7499.
The VMX offers a wide array of services to past and present service members and their families to assist with the transition to the academic environment. Services include access to computers, educational support and resources, community involvement opportunities, access to educational benefits and financial aid opportunities, informational events, peer-to-peer support and reintegration assistance. Staff from various offices across campus are available at dedicated times to answer questions, assist with benefits application and information and to address any questions that may arise.
The VMX is located in Montana Western's Student Union Building (SUB). For more information call 406-683-7310 or e-mail email@example.com
The Library provides research tools and research assistance to support coursework. Comfortable spaces are available for quiet individual study and for dynamic group work.
For more information, contact the library at (406) 683-7542 or email the Library Director, Mike Schulz, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TRiO programs help low-income, first-generation, and students with disabilities realize their educational potential. Students receiving TRiO services are more likely to enroll and graduate from a post-secondary education program. The national average of students completing a bachelor's degree is 8.6 percent. The average for Montana TRiO students completing a bachelor's is 29 percent.
For more information, contact the TRiO Student Support Services Director Ilene Cohen at (406) 683-7311 or email@example.com
The Student Union Building (SUB) is the hub of student activity at Montana Western. It is the home of the campus bookstore, ASUMW offices, the campus radio station KDWG (90.9), Veteran and Military Exchange (VMX), the Bark 'n' Bite and lounges where students can relax, study or watch TV.
In addition to 24-hour campus security, Montana Western's KeepSafe program keeps our students safe and encourages wellness in every area of life. The program offers services such as Safe Ride, suicide prevention, and the Tobacco Free Task Force.
The Learning Center at UM Western offers a collaborative learning environment with study areas, computers, reference library and knowledgeable tutors. Free peer tutoring is available for all Western students. The Learning Center is located in the lower level of the Lucy Carson Library, room 006, and is open every day of the week except Saturdays.
Monday: 10:00AM-12:00PM, 3:00PM-5:00PM, 7:00PM-9:00PM
Tuesday: 10:00AM-12:00PM, 3:00PM-5:00PM, 7:00PM-9:00PM
Wednesday: 10:00AM-12:00PM, 3:00PM-5:00PM, 7:00PM-9:00PM
Thursday: 10:00AM-12:00PM, 3:00PM-5:00PM, 7:00PM-9:00PM
Marcus Williams came to Montana Western to play football and major in business administration.
Kolby Brown is a literature major at the University of Montana Western.
UMW grad Justinn Marshall was accepted into the University of Washington's regional medical education program.
Recent Montana Western graduate Taeler Rodriguez has been accepted to the University of Denver’s graduate program.
Coming to Montana Western was part of fulfilling a childhood dream of becoming a doctor for Lindsey Densmore.