Alpha Lambda Delta - In addition to maintaining high academic standards, we strive to better ourselves and others through positive involvement both on campus and in the community.
American Humanics Student Association - Dedicated to providing members with cultural and social co-curricular opportunities with the intent of enriching students’ professional leadership potential in the field of nonprofit administration.
American Indian Business Leaders - Support and promote the education and development of future American Indian business leaders.
Anthropology Student Association (Montana) - Further knowledge of field through travel assistance, scholarships and educational trips.
Athletic Training Students’ Association (UM) - Prepare students for careers as allied health care professionals, provide opportunities for professional development and mentor pre-AT students.
Beta Alpha Psi - Professional and personal development within the fields of accounting, finance, and information systems.
Beta Phi Alpha - Provide professional development activities/opportunities and promote interest in business education.
Delta Rho Tau - Organize fundraising opportunities for students attending national physical therapy meetings.
Finance Club - Provide members with an opportunity to learn more about finance and financial careers through networking events and guest speakers.
Geography Club - Encouraging exploration and research in the field of geography.
Geology Club - Introduce students to Geosciences by highlighting local and regional geology, promoting social and professional interactions, and supporting student-led inquiry.
Graduate Student Association - Facilitate interdisciplinary interaction among graduate students and act as a conduit for information to improve the quality of education and enhance the quality of life for graduate students.
Honors Students’ Association - Encourage fellowship among students to promote a standard of excellence in all areas of student life.
Linguistics Club - Provide an organization where students with a common interest in linguistics may discuss issues, topics, and professional goals/opportunities related to linguistics.
Model Arab League - Learn about Arab culture and history, as well as model the Arab League of Nations to learn about its inner workings and political realities.
Model United Nations (Montana) - Teach students about the UN, diplomacy, parliamentary procedure, and international relations through simulation.
Mortar Board - A national honor society recognizing college seniors for their exemplary scholarship, leadership, service, and distinguished academic achievement.
Petroleum Geologists - Facilitating student relations, understanding, and career-options with oil and gas industry; fostering knowledge of all geological aspects (including environmental issues of oil and gas exploration and productions).
Pi Sigma Alpha Epsilon Mu - To recognize academic achievement and, with the Political Science department, promote extracurricular activities related to public policy.
Air and Waste Management Association - Offers students an opportunity to attend environmental seminars, participate in conferences, and network with the environmental field.
American Fisheries Society - Increase fisheries involvement, interest, and understanding.
Climate Action Now (UM CAN!) - Build bridges between faculty, students and community through active public engagement to work towards a sustainable carbon neutral campus.
Forestry Students Association - Individual and team competition in parliamentary debate at a national level.
Forum for Living with Appropriate Technology (UM FLAT) - Demonstrate sustainable living practices.
Garden Club - Assist students at The University of Montana and College of Technology in their diverse interests in gardening.
Society and Conservation Grad Students - Represent the graduate students in the Society and Conservation department for Forestry and offer social, networking, volunteer, and professional development opportunities for members.
Society for Ecological Restoration - Connect students and faculty involved and interested in ecological restoration.
Society of American Foresters - Student members of SAF gather to share ideas and further our knowledge of the scientific properties of forestry.
Students for Real Food - Educate, inspire, and take action for a just and sustainable food system.
Wildlife Society (Student Chapter) - To learn about wildlife and management practices while making connections for a professional career.
African Student Association - Provide a support network for African students, promote awareness, and build a bridge with the community.
Black Student Union - Provide services and programs that address the needs and concerns of all students of African and African-American descent.
Central Asian Association - Share Central Asian culture with the Missoula community.
China Chat Party - Establish a connection between students studying Chinese language and culture with students from Chinese speaking countries who seek to share cross-cultural knowledge and language information.
Advocates (UM) - Provide leadership opportunities for members, assist Admissions/New Student Services in recruitment efforts on and off campus, promote UM, and assist campus organizations and departments.
Circle K International - Provide students with the opportunity to volunteer on campus and throughout the community while also engaging with other students.
Colleges Against Cancer - Support initiation of American Cancer Society programs and hold Campus Relay for Life.
Druids - An honor society with the College of Forestry and Conservation that provides services to the college and the surrounding community.
Exercise Science Student Association - Engages in community service and promotes fitness in the community.
Griz for UNICEF - Engage in community service that benefits children.
Peer Advising - Advise, refer, retain students.
Peers Reaching Out (PROS) - To create, present, and facilitate health programs, and provide health resources at campus events.
Rotary Club at The University of Montana - A community service organization that works on several local, national, and international service oriented projects.
Volunteers in Action - Engage students in their community through volunteering.
Anime Club - Watch Anime in a friendly and relaxed environment.
Artists’ Collective - Peer-promoting student organization whose focus is to sponsor events for art students, showcase their work, and inspire interest in the arts within the Missoula community.
Backcountry Club, UM - Promote backcountry skiing and snowboarding by UM students via activities, networking, and events.
Big Sky Student Speech Language Hearing Association (BSSSLHA) - Promote Speech Language Pathologist (SLP) benefits within Montana and support SLP student academics.
Business Careers in Entertainment (BCEC) - Provide hands-on experience for students in the entertainment industry.
Camas - Provide venue for aspiring writers and artists to be published alongside established talent.
Campus Sangha - To introduce and practice the basic concepts of meditation.
Classics Club - Gather and participate in activities of interest to Classics students, such as those related to Greek, Latin, Mythology, etc.
Corps of Cadets - Provide students with the tools, training, and experiences to become officers in the U.S. Army.
Criminology Club (UM) - Inform and educate interested students regarding opportunities in the field of criminology.
Cutbank - National journal of fiction, poetry, and nonfiction.
Djebe Bara Drum and Dance - Research, practice, and preservation of traditional African drum, dance, and song.
Emerging Ceramics Association (UM) - Expand student involvement and awareness in Missoula, and to give students more opportunities to be involved in the ceramic community.
Environmental Law Group - Raise environmental consciousness within the legal community.
Forensics Team (UM) - Individual and team competition in parliamentary debate at a national level.
GenOne (College Church) - To bring people into a vibrant relationship with Jesus Christ and to help them grow in that relationship.
Global Grizzlies - Provide humanitarian aid in third world countries every summer.
Good Health Whole Food Group - To educate, discuss, and promote the benefits of plant-based diet, and to look at our food on a holistic level; to come to understand our food’s impact in areas of health, ethics and the environment.
Hang Gliding & Paragliding Club (Missoula) - Facilitate safe foot-launched soaring flights from Mount Sentinel.
Indigenous Filmmakers Club - Student network for filmmakers to work on and share film projects, and organize screenings for public viewing.
Interfraternity Council (IFC) - Oversees, organizes, and encourages the fraternities on campus.
International Food and Culture Festival - Promote cultural diversity on campus and in the community.
Missoula Folklore Society (Student Chapter) - Sharing, promoting, preserving, and enjoying the music, dance, arts, crafts, and skills of traditional and contemporary cultures.
Magic Club - To have fun playing Magic: The Gathering in a friendly atmosphere. To teach players the fundamentals of the game.
Marketing Club - To provide students with hands on marketing experience. To prepare students entering the job market in the area of marketing.
Missoula Film Society - Host film screenings and bring in film-related guest speakers for all UM students and the greater Missoula community. Facilitate greater communication between The University and greater Missoula film communities.
Montana Equality Now (UM) - To provide the opportunity to get involved in their community around L.G.B.T.Q.Q.I. Equality in Montana.
Neuro Networking Club - A social club for adults with Aspergers/Autism and friends.
On The Two - Provide UM students the opportunity to explore swing dancing, hone their skills as dancers, and to meet friends within Missoula’s dancing community.
Oval Magazine (The) - Undergraduate literary magazine with artwork, short stories, and poetry written and created by students.
Panhellenic Council - Helps to govern and assist all of the sororities on the campus and works with the IFC to plan all Greek activities.
Random Activity Club - Engage group members in a wide variety of sports and activities.
Role-Players Club Missoula - Bring together role-players within the Missoula and UM campus communities for fun and gaming.
Society for Creative Anachronism - Educational group seeking to learn by re-creating the Middle Ages through living history.
Society for Ecological Restoration - Connect students and faculty interested in ecological restoration.
Student Advocates for Healthy Living - Increase awareness of nutrition issues in local schools and help students to make informed choices for healthier living.
Student Recreation Association - Provide educational activities, community service, fundraisers, and social extracurricular activities for all UM students.
Student Sculpture Association (SSA) - Provide sculpture-based art students an opportunity to expand their working knowledge of materials and techniques.
Student Dance Club - To support and enhance the dance experience of University students, as well as to promote dance on campus and the community.
Students For Peace and Justice - Inform the public about current issues and provide a supportive forum for students who are interested in peace and justice issues.
Theater Collective - To enhance the theatre community on the campus and create a venue to perform as a group.
LDSSA (Latter Day Saint Student Association) - Help all LDS university students stay closely affiliated with the Church, succeed in their studies and achieve a balanced life; encourage LDS students to remain/become influences for good and provide activities consistent with LDS standards.
Conservation Voters (MT) - To activate students in political organizing and action to help elect pro-conservation candidates to all levels of government.
Organizing for America - Provide UM students with the opportunity to have an effect on legislation being passed in congress.
Planned Parenthood Leaders and Advocates - Inform students and community members of issues facing women’s reproductive rights by specifically focusing on PPMT and the services it provides the community and the larger political issues it faces.
Students for Choice - Educate students about reproductive issues and protect reproductive rights.
Students For Economic And Social Justice - Raise awareness of, and take action on social justice causes on college campus, in the community, and abroad.
Students for MontPIRG - To reestablish a student funded MontPIRG.
Students for Peace and Justice - Inform the public about current issues and provide a supportive forum for students who are interested in peace and justice issues.
American Association for Justice (UM Chapter) - Promote education and the practice of legal justice in an effort to make the trial by jury system more accessible to all Americans.
Environmental Law Group - Raise environmental consciousness within the legal community.
Native American Law Student Association - An educational law student association that strives to promote unity and cooperation, advance Indian people, foster communication between Indian and non-Indian law students, general public, Indian people, lawyers and Indian lawyers.
Rural Advocacy League - To increase awareness of rural issues and improve communication between rural citizens and public policy makers.
Women’s Law Caucus - Promote women’s issues in the law and interact with members of the Bar through mentorship and community volunteering.