University of Montana, Missoula


The University of Montana is a comprehensive research university offering a world-class education in a spectacular setting, and is home to over 13,000 students. The University of Montana is composed of the College of Humanities and Sciences, College of Forestry and Conservation, College of Health Professions and Biomedical Sciences, School of Business Administration, Phyllis J. Washington College of Education and Human Sciences, College of Visual and Performing Arts, School of Journalism, and the Alexander Blewett III School of Law. 

How much would I save with WUE?

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NOTE: The rates shown are taken from WICHE's most recent annual Tuition and Fees Report (published in December) and do not include fees. We strongly encourage you to verify these rates with the admissions office of the institution where you want to enroll.

This institution offers the WUE rate to transfer students.

The WUE tuition rate applies to the majors listed below. If the major is not listed here, it is not eligible for the WUE rate:

Program Name   Degree Type(s)    
Accounting   BS    
Accounting Information Systems   BS    
African-American Studies   CERT    
Anthropology / Forensics Studies   BA    
Art   BA    
Athletic Training/Trainer   BS    
Big Data Analytics   CERT    
Biochemistry   BS    
Biology   BA    
Business / Finance / International Business / Management / Marketing   BS    
Central & Southwest Asian Studies   BA    
Chemistry   BA, BS    
Classics   BA    
Communication Studies   BA, No Degree    
Communicative Sciences & Disorders   BA    
Computer Science (CS and CSMS)   BS    
Creative Writing   BA    
Cultural Anthropology   BA    
Dance   BA    
Digital Marketing   CERT    
East Asian Studies   BA    
Economics   BA    
Education   BA    
English   BA, No Degree    
Entertainment Management   CERT    
Entrepreneurship   CERT    
Environmental Studies   BA    
Finance   BA   Does Not Accept WUE Transfers 
Forensic Chemistry   BS    
Forestry   BS    
French   BA    
General Studies   No Degree    
Geographic Information Sciences   CERT    
Geography   BA, BS    
Geosciences / International Field Geosciences Dual and Joint   BS    
German   BA    
Health & Human Performance   BS    
Historic Preservation   CERT    
History   BA    
History-Political Science   BA    
Japanese   BA    
Journalism   BA, No Degree    
Language Rejuvenation & Maintenance   BA    
Liberal Studies   BA    
Management Information Systems   BA   Does Not Accept WUE Transfers 
Mathematical Sciences (MATH and MSCS)   BS    
Media Arts   BA    
Medical Technology   BS    
Microbiology   BS    
Music   BA    
Native American Studies   BA    
Parks, Tourism & Recreation Management   BS    
Pharmacy   BS   Does Not Accept WUE Transfers 
Philosophy   BA    
Physics   BS    
Political Science   BA    
Pre-Communication   No Degree    
Pre-Education   No Degree    
Pre-Engineering   No Degree    
Pre-Forestry   No Degree    
Pre-Journalism   No Degree    
Pre-Law   No Degree    
Pre-Medicine   No Degree    
Pre-Nursing   No Degree    
Pre-Pharmacy   No Degree    
Pre-Physical Therapy   No Degree    
Psychology   BA, No Degree    
Radio-Television   BA, No Degree    
Resource Conservation   BS    
Russian   BA    
Social Work   BS    
Sociology   BA    
Spanish   BA    
Sustainable Business Strategy   BS    
Theatre   BA    
Wildlife Biology & Ecological Restoration   BS    
Women's, Gender, & Sexuality Studies   BA    

Enrollment Information

First-time incoming freshman and new transfer students are evaluated for the WUE on the basis of academic merit, as determined by GPA and in the cases the composite SAT and ACT.  Awarding for the next academic year begins in November of each year and students are automatically evaluated for and awarded the scholarship upon admission to the University.  The current awarding matrix is available on the UM Admission’s web page:

To be considered eligible to receive the WUE, the following requirements apply:

Important: The conditions of the WUE Scholarship are subject to change. For the most current information about the WUE Scholarship at The University of Montana, families are encouraged to contact Enrollment Services-Admissions by calling 800-462-8636 or emailing

Contact Information

Please contact The University of Montana with any questions and for program updates.  


Enrollment Services-Admissions
The University of Montana-Missoula
Missoula, MT 59812
(406) 243-6266/(800) 462-8636

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