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University of Montana

MISSOULA — The University of Montana will hold a Spring UM Days from 7:15 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday, March 6. The full-day event includes campus tours, student services presentations, a student panel, residence hall tours, lunch on campus and academic department meetings. UM Days provide prospective students and their families a opportunity to experience life at the University of Montana. Participants explore the campus with other students through a guided tour to view rooms in each of the residence halls, visit with faculty from their academic areas of interest, and hear from various student services on campus, including financial aid, residence life, and career services. Sign up online at https://admissions.

Montana State University

BOZEMAN — Montana State University in Bozeman will open its campus, classrooms and activities to potential students during MSU Friday, the university’s campus visitation program, set for two Fridays, March 10 and March 24. MSU Friday events are free and open to all high school juniors and seniors and their families. The program consists of several activities including tours, sample classes given by some of MSU’s best professors, meetings with academic departments, a display of organizations and special services, and presentations on programs, scholarships and financing a college education. Panels for parents and students are also scheduled. Students may register online for MSU Friday at https://www.montana. edu/admissions/msufriday/. For more information about MSU Friday, contact the MSU Office of Admissions at 1-888-MSU-CATS or 406-994-2452.

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