Follow these steps below to search for classes and enroll in a University Connections course:

  1.  Download a copy of the Dual Enrollment Application, or pick one up in your high school counselor's office. 
  2. Download a copy of the Release of Information Form or fill one out electronically via DocuSign. This form provides permission to your parent or guardian to have access to your college profile (schedule, grades, billing, etc.). A copy of this form is required if your parent or guardian wants to call to access information on your behalf. 
  3. Use the Class Finder tool to search for classes by subject and term. Once you have completed your Application and Release of Information form, please email a copy to the Dual Enrollment office or Bryan Grove. You can also fax us a copy of your form at: 406-247-3014.
  4. Once your form is submitted, you can expect to hear back from our offices within 5-7 business days. 
    • If you have questions on selecting the correct classes for you, please reach out to the Advisor for the University Connections program: Bryan Grove.
  5. Finally, use the University Connections 101 Guidelines to learn about all the important information you need to know when taking a college class. The guidelines provide you information about ordering books, how to access your class, billing & payment instructions, etc. 

 

Please watch this video from Spring 2021 that discusses the important pieces to consider when choosing to enroll in a University Connections class

What are some examples of classes that students take?

 These are some example classes of common courses taken, please check our General Education course list is also very helpful when looking at classes to take.

ARTH 150 - Introduction to Art History

COMX 106 - Communication in a Dynamic Workplace

COMX 111 - Introduction to Public Speaking

GPHY 121 - Human Geography 

M121 - College Algebra 

MUSI 101 - Enjoyment of Music 

NASX 105 - Intro. to Native American Studies

PHIL 110 - Introduction to Ethics

PSCI 210 - Introduction to American Government 

PSYX 100 - Introduction to Psychology

SOCI 101 - Introduction to Sociology

SPNS 150 - The Hispanic Tradition 

 

The Montana Transferable Core Curriculum represents an agreement among the community, tribal, and publicly-funded colleges and universities in the state of Montana. A sampling of these courses is listed below. Please contact Advising & Career Services for a complete listing. 

Montana Digital Academy offered through the University of Montana