Orientation

New Graduate Student Orientation

Tuesday, August 25th from 4:00-5:00
and Tuesday, September 1st from 3:00-5:00

Orientation for New FCFC Graduate students will occur in two parts, including an initial a one hour meeting Tuesday August 25th from 4:00-5:00 pm; and a second meeting the following Tuesday, September 1st from 3:00-5:00 pm (2 hours).  The first meeting will include information regarding Student Services and Accounting Policies and Procedures.  The second meeting will focus on program policies, expectations, and Tips for Success in your Academic program, as well as include new student introductions.

This orientation is for students in the following degree programs:

  • Fish & Wildlife Biology PhD
  • Forest & Conservation Sciences PhD
  • Forestry MS
  • Geography MS
  • Parks, Tourism & Recreation Management MS
  • Resource Conservation MS, including student enrolled in the International Conservation & Development (ICD) option
  • Systems Ecology MS and PhD
  • Wildlife Biology MS

All grad student orientation sessions will be virtual this year.  Please check your university email account for the Zoom meeting link and see the Orientation Agenda for session times.

Workshop for New Teaching Assistants

The University of Montana Graduate School will not host an in-person Workshop for New Teaching Assistants (TAs) this year.  Rather, they have opted to post the recording from last year's session on their website.  All new TAs should have received an invitation from the Grad School with a link to register for this.

New Undergraduate Student Orientation

Wednesday, August 12th through Tuesday, August 18th

The UM's New Student Orientation provides all the information you need to start your transition to campus.  The Orientation experience extends beyond course registration though; delivering relevant and informative programming to prepare students for success.

New Student Orientation is a program for students who have already applied, been admitted, and who intend on enrolling at UM's main campus or the Missoula College.  All incoming students, whether it is your first time in college or if you are transferring from another school, are expected to participate in an orientation program.

Please visit the New Student Orientation page for additional information.  Just select the appropriate button for information on how to register for orientation and full schedules.