You don’t need another university telling you why they’re great. So, we flipped the
script. We made a website that’s adapted to what you want. Think of it like a compass
for your individual UM journey. Let’s see where we can go together.
Missoula College and Bitterroot College both provide outstanding workforce and technical
education in more than 40 academic areas including business technology, culinary arts,
legal studies, health care, information technology, sustainable construction and industrial
With one-year, two-year and certificate programs, many Missoula College and Bitterroot
College students enter the workforce quickly to begin building their careers. Other
students earn an associate's degree and to transfer to a four-year degree program.
Missoula College offers online classes and in-person learning at a state-of-the-art
building that opened in 2017. The Missoula College building is located across the
river from the main University of Montana campus. Bitterroot College offers online
classes and in-person courses in Hamilton, Montana.
Whatever your goal, Missoula College and Bitterroot College can help you get there.
The academic programs at Missoula College and Bitterroot College will prepare you
to hit the ground running, whether you plan enter the workforce immediately or transfer
to UM to continue your studies.
For most students, cost of attendance is among the most important considerations when
weighing higher education options. If that's true for you, you're in luck because
Missoula College and Bitterroot College both offer an exceptional value.
If you like what you see here and you feel that Missoula College or Bitterroot College
might be the right place for you, take a look at our application process and get ready
to launch your college career as a Griz.
If you grew up in Missoula or you've lived here for some time, you probably already
know what western Montana here has to offer. But you just might see your hometown
in a different light as a UM student.
Since arriving at Missoula College, Xavier Gonzales-Graybill has become a force of
nature. In addition to studying culinary arts, Xavier is also majoring in business
management and entrepreneurship. He's managed the college's coffee bar and he organized
campus events as a student life activity coordinator.
“Missoula College has made me a part of its community, they believe in me,” Xavier
At Missoula College, Nursing student Jesse Storment discovered her passion for health
care and found the support she needs to succeed as a student and a single parent.
Missoula College students graduate prepared to enter the workforce in high-demand
Nursing student Jesse Storment describes her experience at Missoula College
Fueled by passion
With more than 10,000 students across undergraduate and graduate programs, workforce
training and technical certifications, our Grizzlies contribute their passion and
practicality toward stewardship and sustainability for the world around us.