Questions specifically for:

Students admitted for Fall

Students admitted for Spring

Students admitted for Summer

 

 

Students Admitted for Fall FAQ's

Yes. If you sign up for one of the June or July Orientations, you are required to stay on campus and pay the $140 fee. If you would prefer not to stay on campus and/or pay the fee associated with the June or July programs, please register for the August session.

Starting in mid-January, you can register online through your Undergraduate Admissions Checklist. To get there, go to www.montana.edu/myinfo, click on ‘Log into MyInfo’, log-in using your User ID and PIN, then click on ‘Undergraduate Admissions Checklist’ and scroll down to the Orientation section.

Yes. All incoming students need to complete an Orientation in order to register for classes.

Classes are gradually released throughout the summer so that all incoming freshman have a comparable selection of classes to choose from. All students will be able to register for a full schedule of classes regardless of which Orientation they choose to attend. However, students attending the August session may be more limited on time selections.

Freshmen attending the June and July Orientations are required to pay the $140 fee which covers meals and housing for students during Orientation. Meals will begin on Monday and end with breakfast Wednesday morning. Housing will be provided for Monday and Tuesday nights.

Parents interested in attending the Parent/Family Orientation can register along with their student online. If your student has already registered and you would like to register later, please contact the Orientation Office at (406) 994-2827 or orientation@montana.edu.

The program includes campus tours, information sessions, sessions with the Assistant Dean of your student’s academic college, a Parent/Family Social and a Parent/Family Breakfast. This fee does not include housing or other meals.

Students who wish to come early or stay longer during a June or July session or parents who are attending the Parent/Family Orientation can arrange additional housing through the Conference and Event Services Summer Housing website at http://www.montana.edu/cs/accommodations.html.
Absolutely! Contact the Orientation Office to see what sessions are still available. Call (406) 994-2827 or email orientation@montana.edu.
Contact the Outdoor Recreation Center at (406) 994-3621 or look online at http://www.montana.edu/outdoorrecreation.
Freshman Students (attending the June and July or August Orientation programs) and Transfer Students completing Option 2 will be sent detailed information regarding parking prior to your Orientation session. Transfer students completing Option 1 should park in the parking garage off of 7th Ave. and Grant St. Call the Office of Admissions at 406-994-2452 prior to your visit to obtain a parking code.  

 

 


Students Admitted for Spring FAQ's

Starting in early November, you can register online through your Undergraduate Admissions Checklist. To get there, go to www.montana.edu/myinfo, click on ‘Log into MyInfo’, log-in using your User ID and PIN, then click on ‘Undergraduate Admissions Checklist’ and scroll down to the Orientation section.

In order to register for spring semester courses, you must complete an Orientation.

 Each part of Orientation is crucial and you must attend the entire program in order to register for classes.   

 

 

Students Admitted for Summer Session FAQ's

Summer course offerings can be found online at www.montana.edu/myinfo (click on Schedule of Classes and select 2019 Summer Session) or in the Summer Bulletin. To obtain a Summer Bulletin, please contact the Office of Summer Session at (406) 994-7136, 212 Montana Hall, Bozeman, MT, 59717, via email at summer@montana.edu or visit the summer session website at www.montana.edu/summer.

To register for summer courses, contact the Academic Advising Center at 406-994-3532 to discuss advising and registation.

 Incoming freshmen need to register for and attend a formal Orientation. Incoming transfer and non-degree seeking students are required to meet with an advisor before registering for fall semester classes. Additional details on how to register for fall semester will be mailed to you.

 

 


Questions? We're here to help.

If you have questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to us! You can email our staff at orientation@montana.edu, or call us Monday - Friday, 8:00am-5:00pm MT at 1-888-MSU-CATS.