Resources for Teaching
The Writing and Public Speaking Center helps undergraduate and graduate students in all disciplines become more independent, versatile, and effective writers, readers, and thinkers. Teaching Assistants use the Writing Center not only as they work on their own research and writing but also as they plan classroom activities, design assignments, and respond to and evaluate student writing.
Disability Services for Students assures that programs of the University of Montana are as accessible to and usable by students with disabilities as they are for any student. Our goals are (1) to coordinate reasonable program modifications for otherwise qualified students with disabilities and, (2) to advocate for an accessible and hospitable learning environment for students with disabilities and, (3) to endorse self-determination by students with disabilities.
The Office of Legal Counsel maintains a confidential, approachable, and professional legal environment for representing all of the campuses of The University of Montana.
In the Student Conduct Code, the VP for Student Affairs is responsible for all general conduct while the Provost & VP for Academic Affairs is responsible for all academic conduct. For questions regarding academic misconduct contact your Department Chair. For questions regarding general misconduct contact the Dean of Students at x6413 or firstname.lastname@example.org. There is also a formal procedure for students who have a complaint against a faculty member or an administrator; this is outlined in the CBA section 21.000. Contact the ASUM Student Resolution Officer ( x5432 or email@example.com).