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Welcome   to   Student   Life   at   Montana   Tech!

The mission of Montana Tech’s Student Life Program is to provide support services and quality experiences while creating an environment dedicated to assisting students achieve success in their academic, professional, and individual life goals.

Student Wellness is promoted and encouraged at Montana Tech. At the annual Student Wellness Fair, students will learn about resources in the community to help them maintain their health in all areas in addition to what they are learning in the classroom. Licensed counselors are available to help students deal with any issues related to their academic or personal lives, and health-care professionals in the Student Health Center can treat illnesses and deliver other medical services.

On-campus Activities are provided as a way to participate with other students and grow in areas outside of the classroom. Student-planned programs are offered by the Student Activities Council through the sponsorship of the Associated Students of Montana Tech, and a wide variety of academic and special interest clubs are active on-campus. Movies are shown in the “Reel” Deal Theater in the Library Auditorium, and the Student Union Building hosts weekly activities including casino nights and sports parties.

Montana Tech’s First-Year Experience programs are a way for new students to become a part of the campus community. Beginning at Convocation and continuing with Orientation, students are inducted as Montana Tech students and introduced to programs and resources that will be available to help their success during their academic careers. Additionally, they are invited to participate in the Digger Challenge, a semester-long program that promotes attendance at athletic events, academic presentations, career services workshops, and other great opportunities. Students earn points by attending events, and these points are used to bid on prizes during a silent auction at the end of each semester.


Student Life Office
Engineering Hall, Room 201
406-496-4477