2018 Student Registration & Paperwork

Registration

IMPORTANT! Please review the registration process below for Division I and Division II before registering. 

***Registration for the 2018 Montana Science Fair will open on January 22, 2018.***

Division I (Grades 9-12) Registration

  1. Review the ISEF Rules Wizard and the Division I Paperwork Guide to determine what forms and approvals are required for entry into the Montana Science Fair.
  2. Complete the required ISEF Paperwork. IMPORTANT: Projects involving Humans, Vertebrate Animals, or Potentially Hazardous Biological Agents (microorganisms, DNA, or Tissues) require PRIOR approval by an SRC or IRB. Projects that do not meet this requirement will be disqualified. If you have questions about these requirements and/or the required ISEF paperwork, please submit your questions with a detailed research plan/protocol to: mssf@mso.umt.edu 
  3. Complete the MANDATORY online registration. (Only one registration per team is required. Team members cannot register individually.) Early registration will close at 12:00 am on Sunday, March 11th. Late Registration ($25 per student) will open online Monday, March 12th and close on Thursday, March 15th at 5:00 pm. Please Note: Late registrants are not guaranteed a t-shirt, so please register early when possible!
  4. For projects involving Humans, Vertebrate Animals, or Potentially Hazardous Biological Agents (microorganisms, DNA, or Tissues), submit a scanned copy of the required paperwork to mssf@mso.umt.edu.
  5. Submit the $20.00 registration fee (per student) via mail or on the day of the fair. Please make checks out to the University of Montana (see address below).
  6. All Division I students must display the required paperwork with their exhibit (see Division I Paperwork Guide).

 

Division II (Grades 6-8) Registration

  1. Review the ISEF Rules Wizard and/or 2017 ISEF Rules and Guidelines with a teacher or mentor. Note: Division II students do not need to submit ISEF Paperwork.
  2. Download and complete the Division II Research Agreement.
  3. If the project involves Vertebrate Animals, Human Subjects, Potentially Hazardous Materials or Biological Agents, the student(s) must have three adult sponsors willing to review and oversee the project. These sponsors must include a parent/guardian, a teacher, and a local scientist or professional who will supervise the project and attest that the project adheres to the Intel ISEF rules and regulations. Contact information for sponsoring adults will be required during online registration.
  4. Complete the MANDATORY online registration. (Only one registration per team is required. Team members cannot register individually.) Early registration will close at 12:00 am on Sunday, March 11th. Late Registration ($25 per student) will open online Monday, March 12th and close on Thursday, March 15th at 5:00 pm. Please Note: Late registrants are not guaranteed a t-shirt, so please register early when possible!
  5. Submit the $20.00 registration fee (per student) via mail or on the day of the fair. Please make checks out to the University of Montana (see address below).

Registration Fees

Please send registration fees ($20.00 per student) to:

Montana Science Fair
Attn: Desirae Ware
University of Montana
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
32 Campus Drive
Missoula, MT 59812