"Students SayNestled in beautiful Missoula, The University of Montana is “a great place to live, work, and study.” Indeed, Montana’s awesome location and solid reputation coupled with low in-state tuition make it “hard to beat.” Moreover, while it has a substantial number of students, we’re assured that you’re never “just a number” here. Undergrads also appreciate the university’s focus on “environmental sustainability…and social justice” along with the fact that the University of Montana strives to develop “creative thinkers and engaged citizens.”
Princeton Review - Accessed AUGUST 18, 2015
By Deborah Amos and Alison Meuse - NPR, AUGUST 5, 2015
"Many of these Syrian refugees live in desperate conditions, but for a few hours a day there is the familiar world of school."
By Jasmine Garsd - NPR, JUNE 18, 2015
"Being an ESL student — English as a second language — can be a painful experience. Many of us who have been ESL students know what it's like to get pulled out of class in front of everyone, so you can learn to master the verbs and retrain your tongue to twist differently from what your parents taught you.What you need is a great teacher who lets you make mistakes."
By ASHA - Accessed AUGUST 18, 2015
"Anyone can learn a new language. Some people find it easier than others, but all of us can do it. People who can use two languages are bilingual.
By NICHOLAS A. CHRISTAKIS - The NYT, JULY 30, 2015
"Once you get to college, you can hang out with anyone you want to, and you can be whoever you want to be, not just the person you described in your admissions essay. Take advantage of the first few weeks, reaching out while everyone is fresh and new, to make — and, yes, break — some friendship ties."
By NATHAN GEBHARD - The NYT, JULY 31, 2015
"Most people are unsure when they’re starting out. Where they end up isn’t a direct result of their major; it’s the result of a meandering process. Their major — whether they stuck with it or applied it in new ways — was the start of channeling their interests, values and skills into work that made the struggles and hard work it took to get there worth it. Here are steps to help you do the same."