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Registration for Spring Orientation will open on November 1, 2021. You can register online through your Undergraduate Admissions Checklist in MyInfo. Follow our step-by-step guide to finding your Undergraduate Admissions Checklist and registering for Orientation here.
Yes. All incoming students are required to complete a formal Orientation session before registering for classes.
Summer course offerings can be found online at montana.edu/myinfo (click on Schedule of Classes and select 2022 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 [email protected] or visit the summer session website at montana.edu/summer.
To register for summer courses, register for and complete a formal Orientation/Class Registration program.
If you are a freshman student who will not be able to complete an Orientation/Class Registration program before the start of your desired summer course, please contact the Academic Advising Center at (406) 994-3532.
Non-degree seeking students are not required to attend a formal Orientation/Class Registration session. Please contact the Academic Advising Center at (406) 994-3532 to register for your course(s).
You can register online through your Undergraduate Admissions Checklist in MyInfo. Follow our step-by-step guide to finding your Undergraduate Admissions Checklist and registering for Orientation here.
Students can find this information on their Undergraduate Admissions Checklist in MyInfo. Follow our step-by-step guide to finding your Undergraduate Admissions Checklist here. Once on your Undergraduate Admissions Checklist, you should see that the Orientation line item has a checkmark. Click on the link in the line item to view details of your Orientation/Class Registration program.
Yes. All incoming students are required to complete a formal, online Orientation/Class Registration session before meeting with their Academic Advisor and registering for classes. Each part of Orientation is crucial and you must participate in the entire program in order to register for classes.
Classes are gradually released throughout the summer so that all incoming freshmen 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/Class Registration session they choose to participate in. However, students attending the August session may be more limited on time selections.
The $40 non-refundable Orientation/Class Registration Program Fee covers the costs associated with building and maintaining the online Orientation/Class Registration program, as well as costs associated with mailings and communications from the Office of Admissions regarding Orientation/Class Registration.
Yes. If you would like to switch your Orientation session, please email [email protected] with your full name, your Student ID number, and which session you would like to switch to.
Yes! Veteran and Non-Traditional Student Orientations will appear as an option for students that have self-identified with either group on their application.
Parents will not be able to attend the Student Bobcat Boot Camp with their student, but may participate in the Parent Bobcat Boot Camp program that coincides with the student’s Boot Camp. These programs are entirely separate and there will be limited time to see one another. The parent program will provide resources that will cover information on your student’s academic course curriculum, student support services, confirming one’s bill, contact information and more.
Non-degree seeking students are not required to attend a formal Orientation/Class Registration session. Information regarding class registration will be mailed to you over the summer before the fall semester begins.
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