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Meet Your Montana Technological University Advisor

If you are going to be a first-year student at Montana Technological University and have been accepted into a bachelors’ degree program, you will be advised through the Advising Center.  Our professional advisors are specialized by program and math level, but any of them are happy to support all of Montana Tech’s students’ needs as they progress through their programs. 

*Please note that continuing students and transfer students are primarily advised by faculty.  Contact enrollment services to find out who you advisor is.

Majors:  Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Geological Engineering, Geophysical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Metallurgical & Materials Engineering, Mining Engineering, Petroleum Engineering, Occupational Safety and Health, Software Engineering, Computer Science, Data Science, Applied Health and Safety Sciences

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Akua Oppong-Anane, Assistant Professor & Engineering Academic Advisor
Akua Oppong-Anane
  • Specializes in those who have tested into Calculus 1 (M171) or higher.
    • ACT Math Score ≥ 27
    • SAT Math Score ≥ 630 (section score)
    • SAT Math Score ≥ 31.5 (test score)
  • Student Success Center, 3.135
  • 406-496-4612


Amanda Shaw, Engineering Academic Advisor
Amanda Shaw
  • Specializes in those who have tested into Pre-calculus (M151) or lower
    • ACT Math Score ≤ 26
    • SAT Math Score ≤ 629 (section score)
    • SAT Math Score ≤ 31 (test score)
  • Student Success Center, 3.134
  • 406-496-4610

Majors:  Biological Sciences, Business & Information Technology, Chemistry, Interdisciplinary Science, Mathematical Sciences, Network Technology, Nursing

Coming this summer, Montana Technological University will be hiring a new advisor to fill this role! 
coming soon

In the interim, please reach out to the Department Head in your program to get registered for courses.  If you have any trouble, feel free to contact the dean of your college prior to reaching out to our other professional advisors.