The University of Montana promotes a positive and productive work environment and offers many programs and policies to support work-life balance for its employees. We offer a highly competitive benefits package, the opportunity to live in one of the finest college towns in America, awesome Grizzly Athletics, and some of the best rafting and fly fishing anywhere in the lower 48.
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The University of Montana capitalizes on its unique strengths to create knowledge, provide an active learning environment for students, and offer programs and services responsive to the needs of Montanans. The University delivers education and training on its four campuses and through telecommunications to sites inside and outside of Montana. With public expectations on the rise, the University asks its students, faculty, and staff to do and accomplish even more than they have in the past. The University has a commitment to education defined in the broadest sense as personal development and citizen preparation, workforce development and training, graduate education and research, service learning, and community building on and off the campuses. The University enhances its programs through continuous quality review for improvement and remains fully accountable to the citizenry through annual audits and performance evaluations, while pursuing academic excellence as demonstrated by the quality of curriculum and instruction, student performance, and faculty professional accomplishments.
The University accomplishes this mission, in part, by providing unique educational experiences through the integration of the liberal arts, graduate study, and professional training with international and interdisciplinary emphases. The University also educates competent and humane professionals and informed, ethical, and engaged citizens of local and global communities; and provides basic and applied research, technology transfer, cultural outreach, and service benefiting the local community, region, State, nation and the world.
The Jeanne Clery Act, a consumer protection law, requires all colleges and universities who receive federal funding to share information about crime on campus and their efforts to improve campus safety as well as inform the public of crime in or around campus. Learn more (click here) – the learn more should be linked to the Annual Campus Security and Fire Safety Report page at this link: http://www.umt.edu/clery/acsfsr/default.php