Student Affairs The UC is under the Division of Student Affairs. Student Affairs is primarily responsible for managing the student experience outside the classroom.
The Division of Student Affairs Dr. Teresa Branch is the Vicefacilitates student learning by President for Student Affairsproviding high quality programs,services, and developmental Rhondie Voorhees is the Deanopportunities, while fostering an of Studentsinclusive campus community insupport of the educationalmission of The University ofMontana.
Departments with-in StudentAffairs There are manydepartments under the Division of Student Affairs whoseprimary role is to serve students.
The University Center enriches campus life by providing student-focused opportunities, programs, services, and space.
UC Extended Mission The UC is student-Focused. We The UC’s Mission is very straight provided students from diverse forward with the primary focus being backgrounds with the guidance and on students. resources to define and participate in their own learning and development. The extended mission further Student learning, discovery, and enhances our meaning for student engagement are at the core of our focused, opportunities, programs, work. services, and space. The UC is committed to providing a broad range of opportunities that enrich the university experience. Through activities, governance, employment, and volunteerism students develop life-long leadership and professional skills.
UC Extended Mission The UC designs programs and activities that appeal to a wide variety of student interests. Our core values – learning, leadership, diversity, and fun – reflect our commitment to relevant and intentional programs that enhance students’ overall educational experiences. The UC offers a myriad of convenient services including an art gallery, tech lounge, game room, theater, conferencing services, shipping and mail center, bank and ATM’s, copy center, hair salon, bookstore, market, food court. The UC provides an inclusive, clean, well maintained, and environmentally-conscious space for the campus and greater community to meet, study, and interact.