The College's Missoula campus is located in North Corbin Hall on the University of Montana campus in Missoula, 201 miles from the College of Nursing's main campus in Bozeman.
North Corbin Hall
Missoula is a small city with a metropolitan population of about 74,000, and it is located 70 miles south of the beautiful Flathead Lake near the convergence of all western Montana's great river systems. Missoula is a unique city for its size and location. Residents have easy access to four nearby wilderness areas including the famed Bob Marshall and the Selway-Bitteroot, the nation's largest. Glacier National Park is only two and a half hours away and Yellowstone is four hours. Excellent skiing, both downhill and cross country, are at Missoula's doorstep. Traditionally known as Montana's cultural center, residents can enjoy theater productions, symphony and string orchestras, and sporting events in addition to University-related activities. Many writers and artists make their home in Missoula.