University of Montana publications (UPUBs) collection, 1895-2018  PDF

Overview of the Collection

Title
University of Montana publications (UPUBs) collection
Dates
1895-2018 (inclusive)
Quantity
approximately 220 linear feet
Collection Number
UPUBs
Summary
University Publications (UPUBs) is a collection of serials, single issue publications and reports, and ephemera produced at the University of Montana in Missoula. Some of the materials were produced by university offices while others were produced by student organizations.
Repository
University of Montana, Mansfield Library, Archives and Special Collections
Archives and Special Collections
Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library
University of Montana
32 Campus Dr. #9936
59812-9936
Missoula, MT
Telephone: 406-243-2053
Fax: 406-243-4067
library.archives@umontana.edu
Access Restrictions

Researchers must use collection in accordance with the policies of Archives and Special Collections, the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, and The University of Montana-Missoula.

Additional Reference Guides

A more comprehensive list and description of the contents of this University Publications collection exists as an Access database maintained by Archives and Special Collections staff. The Access database may be more up-to-date than this guide.

Languages
English


Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Montana state legislature authorized the creation of the University of Montana, which would be located in Missoula, on February 13, 1893. This University Publications (UPUBs) collection is comprised of serials, single issue publications and reports, and ephemera produced by various offices and departments of the University of Montana and compiled by the Mansfield Library's Archives and Special Collections into one collection to facilitate organization, description, and access.

The bulk of the UPUBs collection is comprised of serial publications such as newsletters, journals, catalogs, bulletins, magazines, and newspapers. Some of the materials were produced by university offices while others were produced by student organizations. There is also a significant amount of ephemera produced for the university community and the public at large including flyers, posters, Christmas cards, postcards, and pamphlets. Most of the materials in this collection, in particular the ephemera, represents only a sampling of what any one office or organization created. Coverage of any particular subject or department on campus is not comprehensive.

The collection contains a large run of the University of Montana Bulletin publication. The Bulletin is unique because it was published as six issues each year, but each issue was produced by a different University department or office. It is also unique because it includes a number of individual serial publications including the State University of Montana Studies Bulletin, the University of Montana Studies Bulletin, Psychological Bulletin, Biological Bulletin, Geological Bulletin, the Folder, and the Booklet. Due to the complexity of the publication, the entire serial run of the Bulletin is not housed together within this collection; rather, each issue is housed with other materials produced by the office that produced that Bulletin issue.

UPUBs does not contain documents that were created for internal use such as meeting minutes, correspondence, memos, manuals and interoffice reports. It also does not include any unpublished documents produced by students such as class reports, papers, and assignments.

Since its inception the university has gone through numerous administrative, departmental and programatic changes as well as several name changes (including being called Montana State University from 1935-1965.) As of 2015 the University of Montana-Missoula is comprised of the following schools and colleges: College of Forestry and Conservation, College of Humanities and Sciences, College of Visual and Performing Arts, College of Health Professions and Biomedical Sciences, College of Education and Human Sciences, School of Business Administration, School of Law, School of Journalism, Davidson Honors College, and the Graduate School. The university is also home to two libraries: the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library and the William J. Jameson Law Library. The School for Extended and Lifelong Learning provides extension and noncredit educational opportunities for professional development and personal growth. The University of Montana-Missoula also oversees two 2-year college campuses: Bitterroot College in Hamilton and Missoula College in Missoula.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Alternative Forms Available

In some cases, the publications described in this guide have been digitized and are available online (the Sentinel yearbook, for example.) In other cases, the publication is now being produced online electronically. When the publication is made available on a university website it may be captured by the university web archives service. At this time, electronic-only publications are not being printed for long-term retention by the Archives.

Restrictions on Use

Researchers are responsible for using in accordance with 17 U.S.C. and any other applicable statutes. Copyright to most publications in this collection will be held by the University of Montana.

Preferred Citation

In most cases, researchers should cite the individual publication according to the citation style guide of choice. To cite the entire collection use: University of Montana Publications (UPUBs), Archives and Special Collections, Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library, University of Montana-Missoula.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top


Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Series I:  Administration, 1895-2018Return to Top

26.8 linear feet

The Administration Series contains materials that were produced by University executive offices which provide institutional support including the Office of the President, the Office of Research and Creative Scholarship, the Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, and the Office of Administration and Finance.

Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries 1: A Serials
22.0 linear feet
This subseries contains annual reports, an annually-published magazine, and budgets. Some of the serials contain issues of the University of Montana Bulletin.
These serials are organized alphabetically by the originating office title listed on the most recent issue in the folder and then by publication title. They are foldered chronologically.
1895-2018
Box
Series I - 1.1-4
Current Unrestricted Operating Budgets
Originating office: Office of Administration and Finance
The University of Montana's Current Unrestricted Operating Budgets publication is also referred to as the "Budget Book." The Office of University Planning, Budgeting and Analysis, a sub-office of Administration and Finance, assists in the publication of this report. Publication of the budget book ceased in 2017 because the volume doesn’t give real time financial information and most of the budget information for specific departments can be accessed other places.
A full run exists in the collection. Electronic versions of the 2013-2017 issues available as pdfs.
1993-2016
Series I - 1.1-9
Annual Financial Report
Originating office: Office of Business Services
Previous title(s): Financial Report of the Business Manager; Financial Report of the Controller
Historically, the Annual Financial Report was produced by the University of Montana's Business Controller, J.B. Speer, who compiled the extensive document by hand and corresponded with the governor's office regarding any discrepancies. In 1975 the Financial Report was divided into two booklets. The first was a small summary of the University's financial outlook, and the second was a supplement that provided the actual financial statements of all departments and offices from the previous fiscal year. After 1983, supplements were retitled "Operational Reports." The Office of Business Services ceased publication of this title after 2012.
In some cases only the financial report exists in the collection. For other years only the supplement (Operational Report) is available.
1918-2012
Series I - 1.1-20
University of Montana President's Report
Originating office: Office of the President
Previous title(s): President's Report; Annual Report of the President; President's Annual Report
Some of these issues are part of the University of Montana Bulletin series. This report began as an internal publication presented to the State Board of Education and, later, the Board of Regents. After 1968 a biennial report was presented to the Board of Regents, and a smaller, more condensed version of it was published by University Communications (now University Relations) for public distribution. Between 1968 and 1972, a summary of the report was published in the newsletter "UM Profiles." This was discontinued after 1972, but the condensed version resurfaced in 1992 as its own publication titled "The University of Montana President's Report." The President's report was again briefly discontinued between 2011 and 2013, but in 2014 University Relations began producing it again. The report is sent to Montana legislators as well as alumni.
The years 1916-1920 are missing from this collection, but they can be found in the Office of the President Records (RG 001). There are two copies of most years, and both bound and unbound versions exist for some of the years. Supplements accompany some reports.
1895-1915; 1921-1968; 1992-2010; 2014-2016
Series I - 1.1-2
Vision
Originating office: Office of Research and Creative Scholarship
An annual magazine dedicated to research, creativity, scholarship and innovation at the University of Montana.
The 2015 issue was never published.
Keywords: faculty research; student research
1984-2014; 2016-2018
Subseries 2: B Serials
3.0 linear feet
This subseries contains short-run and single-issue newsletters, University of Montana presidential addresses, and prospective student information. It also includes issues of the University of Montana Bulletin that were produced by the Office of the Chancellor in Helena as well as issues of the Bulletin produced by the University.
These serials are organized alphabetically by the originating office title listed on the most recent issue in the folder and then by publication title. They are foldered chronologically.
1898-2016
Box
Series I - 2.1
Update
Originating office: Accreditation Steering Committee
Previous title(s): Accreditation Newsletter
This newsletter provides updates on the comprehensive accreditation process that the University undergoes every ten years as required by the regional agency, the Northwest Association of Schools and Colleges (NASC).
1998-2000; 2009
Series I - 2.1
Institutional Assessment Report
Originating office: Office of Administration and Finance
This report provides information related to accountability and improvement based on measurable outcomes. The publication was produced by the Office of Administration and Finance in conjunction with the following committees: the University Planning Committee; the University Budget Committee; and the University Assessment and Accreditation Committee.
Keywords: stategic planning; budgeting
2009-2014
Series I - 2.1
On Track With . . .
Originating office: Office of Administration and Finance
This handout provides information about a variety of topics such as campus development, publication of the Budget Book, and the status of major construction projects.
1994-1998
Series I - 2.6
The Bruin Gazette
Originating office: Office of Business Services
This is a newsletter.
1999
Series I - 2.1
Centennial Gazette
Originating office: Centennial Office
This newsletter was published as part of the University's preparation for its 100th anniversary. It details the various celebrations and events that were held in honor of the Centennial, and includes articles about the history of the University.
There is one undated, untitled item foldered with this serial. It was likely produced in 1992 as a precursor to the Centennial Gazette.
1992-1993 and undated
Series I - 2.1
Addresses Delivered at the Inauguration of Edward C. Elliott as Chancellor of the University of Montana
Originating office: Office of the Chancellor
This is issue no. 1 in the University of Montana Bulletin: General series. This publication provides the full text of each address given during the inauguration ceremony.
1916
Series I - 2.1
Alumni Quarterly
Originating office: Office of the Chancellor
This is part of the University of Montana Bulletin: Alumni series. It was published by the Alumni Associations of the following Montana universities: State University (University of Montana), State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts (Montana State University-Bozeman), State School of Mines (School of Mines and Engineering-Butte), and State Normal College (University of Montana Western-Dillon). The Quarterly includes information about the by-laws and constitution of each association, news from each university, and a directory of Montana University System alums.
For additional alumni information, see also Alumni Association Directory in Series VI (Alumni), subseries 1 (B Serials).
1917-1923
Series I - 2.1
Announcement of a Course in Military Service
Originating office: Office of the Chancellor
This is issue no. 1 in the University of Montana Booklet: General series. This booklet provides information on "a course of training for young men who may later become soldiers" which was offered by the School of Forestry at the State University (University of Montana-Missoula) as well as College of Engineering at the State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts (Montana State University-Bozeman).
Keywords: Student Army Training Corps (SATC); World War I
1917
Series I - 2.1
Annual Financial Report for Fiscal Year…
Originating office: Office of the Chancellor
These are issue nos. 8, 12, and 15 in the University of Montana Bulletin: General series. This report includes financial statements from the State University at Missoula (now University of Montana-Missoula) as well as State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts (now Montana State University-Bozeman), State School of Mines (now School of Mines and Engineering in Butte), and State Normal College (now University of Montana Western in Dillon).
1917-1920
Series I - 2.1
Manual of Style (to be observed in the preparation of University publications)
Originating office: Office of the Chancellor
This is issue no. 4A in the University of Montana Bulletin: General series. It details the rules for the "editorial and mechanical preparation" of materials published by the University of Montana system in order to "secure uniformity."
For additional information on University style guidelines, see also UM Style Guide and Official Graphics Standards Manual in Series V (Campus Services), subseries 3 (Publications and Reports).
1917; 1919
Series I - 2.6
Regulations of the State Board of Education Concerning Refund of Railroad Fare to Students...
Originating office: Office of the Chancellor
This is issue no. 5 in the University of Montana Bulletin: General series. This is a report on the Montana State Board of Educations regulations about refunding railraod fare for students.
1917
Series I - 2.6
The Report of the Chancellor of the University of Montana as Custodian of the Montana Bankers' Association Student Loan Fund…
Originating office: Office of the Chancellor
These are issue nos. 11, 14, 17, and 19 in the University of Montana Bulletin: General series. This is an annual report to the members of the Montana Bankers' Association about the University's Student Loan Fund.
1919-1922
Series I - 2.6
Reports of the Special Committees of the Sixteenth Legislative Assembly on the University of Montana
Originating office: Office of the Chancellor
This is issue no. 9 in the University of Montana Bulletin: General series.
1919
Series I - 2.1
The University Code (Part I)
Originating office: Office of the Chancellor
These are issue nos. 10 and 18 in the University of Montana Bulletin: General series. No. 18 is a supplement to no. 10. The University Code includes the following: federal statutes, rullings, regulations, and instructions; state constitutional provisions; and state statutes. These regulations apply to all of the universities that comprised the Montana university system during the early 20th century.
Only Part I of this publication exists in the collection.
1919; 1922
Series I - 2.1
The University of Montana: Education for Montana by Montana
Originating office: Office of the Chancellor
This is issue no. 1 of the Circular--General Series likely issued by the Office of the Chancellor. This pamphlet for prospective students contains information about the universities that comprise the Montana university system. The publication was created for and distributed at the Montana State Fair in Helena, MT.
1916
Series I - 2.1
Why--Why Go to College? Why Go to College Now? Why Go to College in Montana: Facts and Figures about the University of Montana
Originating office: Office of the Chancellor
This is issue no. 10 in the University of Montana Booklet: General series. This booklet provides prospective students with information about the various institutions in the Montana university system.
1918
Series I - 2.6
Biennial Budget Request
Originating office: Office of the President
This is a budget request from the Office of the President to the State of Montana Legislature.
1967-1973
Series I - 2.1
Bulletin of Information
Originating office: Office of the President
This is issue no. 56 in the University of Montana Bulletin series. According to the preface, this bulletin was "prepared primarily for the young men and women of Montana who are completing their High School education and are…expecting to obtain a collegiate education."
Keywords: prospective student information
1909
Series I - 2.1
Circular of Information: A News Letter and Circular of Information for New and Former Students, Autumn Quarter
Originating office: Office of the President
This is issue no. 345 of the University of Montana Bulletin series. It contains prospective student information about the 1935 fall quarter.
1935
Series I - 2.1
Facts about the "U": Pictures and Paragraphs Concerning the Work of the State University of Montana
Originating office: Office of the President
This is issue no. 1 in the University of Montana Booklet series. This booklet was published as a marketing tool for high school students nearing graduation and their parents. The preface notes that the publication's purpose is "to acquaint the people of Montana in a general way with the State University."
Keywords: prospective student information
1917
Series I - 2.1
A Message…from…The State University
Originating office: Office of the President
Previous title(s): A Summer Message…from…the State University
This is issue no. 42 in the University of Montana Folder series. It is addressed to student and alumni and discusses the impending funding crisis and the University's ballot initiatives 18 and 19 requesting funding from the Montana state legislature.
1920-1921
Series I - 2.1
Midyear Announcement of the State University of Montana: Giving Notice of the Resumption of Work in All Departments
Originating office: Office of the President
This is issue no. 218 in the University of Montana Bulletin series. During the Fall Quarter of 1918, the University of Montana temporarily suspended classes and other work due to an influenza epidemic in Montana and war conditions caused by World War I. The bulletin discusses the resumption of work and classes on January 3, 1919.
Keywords: World War I; influenza epidemic
1918
Series I - 2.6
Faculty and Staff Awards Reception
Originating office: Office of the President
Previous title(s): Awards Banquet - University of Montana; Awards Reception - The University of Montana
This events program lists the names and achievements of University faculty and staff who received awards at the annual Faculty and Staff Awards Reception.
1989-2010
OS 2
Montana State University Greets High School Graduates of 1942
Originating office: Office of the President
This is issue no. 383 of the University of Montana Bulletin.
Keywords: World War II; prospective student information
1942
Series I - 2.2
President's Lecture Series
Originating office: Office of the President
These are the event programs for a series of lectures hosted by the Office of the President. Each year four to six scholars are invited to the University of Montana give a lecture on a topic of his/her choice. The lectures are scheduled at various times throughout the school year.
See also the Office of the President's Records (RG 001) to view the lectures on film.
1987-2016
Series I - 2.2
The President's State of the University Address (and Introduction of New Faculty Members and Administrators)
Originating office: Office of the President
Previous title(s): The State of the University
This booklet originally included the text of the president of the University's address. By the early 2000s the booklet became an event program and listed only the names of new faculty members and administrators. The State of the University event was likely started during George Dennison's presidency, and current president Royce Engstrom has continued the tradition.
Prior to 2007 new faculty members and administrators names were published in a separate booklet titled "New Faculty Members and Administrators. See also Series I (Administration), subseries 2 (B Serials) for that title.
Multiple issues missing.
1994-2015
Series I - 2.2
Report of the President of Montana State University to the Chancellor and the State Board of Education
Originating office: Office of the President
These are part of the University of Montana Bulletin series. The bulletins are likely a supplement to the President's Annual Report which was submitted annually to the State Board of Education.
1947-1950
Series I - 2.2
Student Information: National Defense Urges College Students to "Carry On"
Originating office: Office of the President
This is part of the University of Montana Bulletin series. It is a message to students and prospective student regarding the war effort as it relates to education. It also advises young men below draft age "to abandon college prematurely."
Keywords: national defense; World War II; Selective Service
1941
Series I - 2.2
The University of Montana: A School of Literature, Science and the Arts
Originating office: Office of the President
Previous title(s): …The University of Montana
These are issue nos. 6, 28, and 47 in the University of Montana Bulletin series. These bulletins provide prospective students with preliminary information about course offerings and registration procedures.
1902-1907
Series I - 2.6
University of Montana Legislative Report
Originating office: Office of the President
This is a report compiled by the Office of the President for the State of Montana Legislature.
1982; 1984
Series I - 2.2
Your Opportunity: The University of Montana in Missoula
Originating office: Office of the President
This is issue no. 85 in the University of Montana Bulletin series. It provides prospective students with information about the history of the University and a brief description of each of its academic schools.
1913
Series I - 2.2
Academic Bulletin: News from the Provost
Originating office: Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
This newsletter provides information on various academic events and issues including the activities of the Academic Planning Council, the Provost's lecture series, and the University's online course offerings.
2001-2006
Series I - 2.2
Academic Frontiers: Provost's Annual Report
Originating office: Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
This report offers information related to the various achievements of University departments and faculty as well as a mission and vision statement.
Keywords: scholarship; professional development
2000-2005
Series I - 2.2
Public Exercises Committee Presents…
Originating office: Public Exercises and Visiting Lecturers' Committee
These are event programs for lectures given by various scholars who were invited to the University of Montana. Some of these events were produced jointly with the ASUM Program Council (currently UM Productions).
Event programs from 1966-1968 can be located in UM Productions Miscellaneous folders.
Keywords: summer session; Convocation Day; visiting lecturers
1960-1969 and undated
Series I - 2.2
Grant Opportunities…plus
Originating office: Office of Research Administration
This newsletter provides information for University of Montana faculty and researchers on how to obtain grants and other funding sources as well as information on the kinds of funding opportunities that were available.
Keywords: academic research
1983-1988
Series I - 2.3
Grant Opportunities…plus
Originating office: Office of Research Administration
This newsletter provides information for University of Montana faculty and researchers on how to obtain grants and other funding sources as well as information on the kinds of funding opportunities that were available.
Keywords: academic research
1989-1995
Series I - 2.3
Research Notes
Originating office: Office of Research Administration
This newsletter highlights various research efforts by University of Montana students and faculty. It also provides a list of the various grants and funding sources that University researchers obtained.
Keywords: academic research
1969-1984
Series I - 2.4
Research Notes
Originating office: Office of Research Administration
This newsletter highlights various research efforts by University of Montana students and faculty. It also provides a list of the various grants and funding sources that University researchers obtained.
Keywords: academic research
1984-1986
Series I - 2.4
Research View
Originating office: Office of Research and Creative Scholarship
This newsletter is published biannually in conjunction with University Relations. It highlights various research efforts by University of Montana students and faculty.
Keywords: academic research; funding
1998-2018
Series I - 2.4
Janus
Originating office: Retired Faculty of the University of Montana
This faculty journal was compiled by partly retired and retired faculty of the University of Montana and funded by Faculty Senate. Although the Spring 1993 issue does not exist in the collection, one article from the issue is available: "Reflections" by Annie Pontrelli which discusses the University of Montana Oral History Project which was organized for the University's Centennial.
1992-1997
Series I - 2.4
Semester Transition Newsletter
Originating office: Transition Committee
This newsletter provides information regarding the University of Montana's move from a quarter system to a semester system.
1988-1991
Series I - 2.6
Planning Report
Originating office: University Planning Council
Previous title(s): Framework for Planning
1982-1984
Series I - 2.7
Planning Report
Originating office: University Planning Council
Previous title(s): Framework for Planning
1985-1986
Series I - 2.4
Annual Commencement: Schedule of Events
Originating office: unknown
Previous title(s): Commencement Announcement; Program for Commencement Week; Commencement (Week) Programme
From 1898 to 1971, the University hosted a variety of events during the week of Commencement including a recital by the School of Music, the Lantern Parade organized by AWS, a Commencement dinner, the May Fete, Singing on the Steps, a religious services (Baccalaureate Services), and a Junior Prom. Unlike the Annual Commencement program which only features the graduation ceremony, these event programs provide a complete list of all commencement-related activities. Historically, the program was likely produced by the Office of the President and, later, the Office of the Registrar.
Multiple issues missing.
1898-1939
Series I - 2.5
Annual Commencement: Schedule of Events
Originating office: unknown
Previous title(s): Commencement Announcement; Program for Commencement Week; Commencement (Week) Programme
From 1898 to 1971, the University hosted a variety of events during the week of Commencement including a recital by the School of Music, the Lantern Parade organized by AWS, a Commencement dinner, the May Fete, Singing on the Steps, a religious services (Baccalaureate Services), and a Junior Prom. Unlike the Annual Commencement program which only features the graduation ceremony, these event programs provide a complete list of all commencement-related activities. Historically, the program was likely produced by the Office of the President and, later, the Office of the Registrar.
Multiple issues missing.
1940-1971
Series I - 2.5
Baccalaureate Service
Originating office: unknown
Previous title(s): Baccalaureate Sunday
These event programs provide information on the Baccalaureate Service, a religious service which was held the Sunday before Commencement. Historically the service was part of Commencement Week exercises, and it was often held at the Presbyterian Church in Missoula.
Multiple issues missing.
1910-1964
Series I - 2.5
Charter Day Program
Originating office: unknown
These event programs provide details about the Charter Day celebration held annually in February to celebrate the University's official chartering by the Montana state legislature on February 13, 1893. Historically academic departments on campus held open houses on Charter Day so the public could visit the campus grounds and buildings and learn more about the classes and degree programs that the University offered. The first Charter Day celebration was likely held on February 18, 1899 and included a formal dedication of the University, which had moved to its current location that same month. Occassionally a new campus building would be dedicated on Charter Day.
Invitations to the Charter Day ceremonies are foldered with the event program for the same year. Multiple issues missing.
Keywords: KUOM radio broadcast; Men's Dormitory; 75th anniversary; University Centennial
1899-2013
Series I - 2.5
Class Day Exercises
Originating office: unknown
These event programs detail the class day exercises held each year during the Senior and Alumni Day of Commencement Week. On Class Day the senior class gave an academic presentation for the faculty which included music solos, dramatic readings, and an address by the senior class president. Often a tree was planted or a small landmark was dedicated in honor of that year's senior class. By the 1930s the Class Day tradition had been abandoned.
Multiple issues missing.
1902-1920
Series I - 2.5
Marcus Barrett Cook Memorial Service
Originating office: unknown
This is issue no. 211 in the University of Montana Bulletin series. Marcus Barrett Cook was a University of Montana student who served during World War I. On Februrary 5, 1918, the Tuscania, a transport ship, was torpedoed and sunk by a German U-boat. Over 2,000 American soldiers, including Cook, lost their lives. On February 22, 1918, the University held a special convocation in his honor.
For additional information about memorials, see also Series I (Administration), subseries 4 (Ephemera).
1918
Series I - 2.6
New Faculty Members and Administrators
Originating office: unknown
This title was later combined (by 2007) with the program for the annual State of the University address.
See also "The President's State of the University Address (and Introduction of New Faculty Members and Administrators)" in Series I (Administration), subseries 2 (B Serials).
1982-2004
Series I - 2.5
Then…Now…Tomorrow: Montana State University Golden Anniversary
Originating office: unknown
This is issue no. 408 of the University of Montana Bulletin series and was produced for the University's 50th anniversary. This bulletin contains information about the institution's growth during its first 50 years as well as its plans for the future, and it may have been produced by the Office of the President or the Public Services Committee.
1946
Series I - 2.5
Your University: A Charter Day Talk
Originating office: unknown
This is issue no. 387 in the University of Montana Bulletin series. It contains the text of a Charter Day address given by Dean R. H. Jesse.
1943
Subseries 3: Publications and Reports
1.3 linear feet
This subseries includes individual publications such as commencement and University presidential inauguration addresses, planning reports, student conduct code handbooks, and the quarter to semester transition handbook.
These items are organized alphabetically by originating office and then by publication title.
1895-2013
Box
Series I - 3.2
[Faculty Advisors] Handbook
Originating office: Academic Vice President
This volume provides information to faculty advisors on the advising process as well as UM regulations, policies, standard tests, campus resources, and academic program and career information.
1981
Series I - 3.2
Unified Guide Book
Originating office: Basic Curricula Committee
This booklet was created to help high school administrators, guidance counselors and student advisors in helping students choose high school preparatory courses and courses offered at the University of Montana to prepare them for specific vocational fields.
1954
Series I - 3.1
Master Plan
Originating office: Campus Master Planning Committee
The 2002 and 2004 plans detail a building and growth strategy for the main University campus. The 2007 plan details a building and growth strategy for the South Campus which includes student and family housing and additional sports fields.
Keywords: university expansion; site development
2002; 2004; 2007
Series I - 3.Media
Montana, My Montana: The University's Century Toward Excellence
Originating office: Centennial Office
This is a short informational film (on VHS tape) about the history of the University and its Centennial celebration.
1993
Series I - 3.1
The Greater University of Montana: A Condensed List of Courses Offered at State University-Missoula, State College-Bozeman, School of Mines-Butte, Normal College-Dillon, Eastern Normal-Billings
Originating office: Office of the Chancellor
Keywords: prospective student information
1928
Series I - 3.2
University of Montana Equal Employment Opportunity Handbook
Originating office: Equal Employment Opportunity Program
This volume provides information to University employees about UM's non-discrimination policy, discrimination complaint procedures, and hiring and firing practices related to discrimination.
Keywords: equal opportunity employement; EOE
1973
Series I - 3.2
University of Montana Equal Employment Opportunity Program
Originating office: Equal Employment Opportunity Program
This volume provides information to University employees about UM's non-discrimination policy, discrimination complaint procedures, and hiring and firing practices related to discrimination. It also describes the duties and responsibilities of the Equal Employement Opportunity Officer.
Keywords: equal opportunity employement; EOE
1973
Series I - 3.3
University of Montana Capital Improvement Program
Originating office: Financial Vice President
This report was submitted to the State of Montana's Budget Director.
1919
Series I - 3.3
Federal Initiatives for the 108th Congress, 2d Session BY 2005
Originating office: Office of the President
Prepared for the Montana Congressional Delegation.
2005
Series I - 3.3
Long Range Building Program
Originating office: Office of the President
These reports were submitted to the Board of Regents.
1969; 1991; 2002
Series I - 3.1
Rules and Regulations
Originating office: Office of the President
This handbook, which outlines student conduct rules, was likely a precursor to the Student Conduct Code published by the Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs.
1919
Series I - 3.1
UM 2020: Building a University for the Global Century
Originating office: Office of the President
This strategic plan outlines the University's mission and core values for the 21st century. It relates specifically to the University's goals regarding technology and communications.
2011
Series I - 3.1
The Student Conduct Code
Originating office: Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
This handbook was published in conjunction with the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs.
1985; 1987; 1988; 1993; 1998; 2000
Series I - 3.1
A Proposer's Guide to Sponsored Programs
Originating office: Office of Research Administration
Previous title(s): Guidelines for Grant Seekers and Proposal Writers; A Proposer's Guide to Grants and Contracts
These handbooks provide information on how to prepare and submit a grant proposal.
1975; 1979; 1982; 1984; 1988; 1993
Series I - 3.1
University of Montana: State, Regional, and Community-oriented Research and Public Service--A Report
Originating office: Office of Research Administration
This brief report summarizes the community-based research efforts of each academic department, program, and institution at the University.
1971
Series I - 3.1
Quarter to Semester Conversion Handbook
Originating office: Transition Committee
The University transitioned from a quarter to a semester system on August 31, 1992. This handbook was "developed to help students who were enrolled in the University before that date...to choose semester courses to complete their quarter-system requirements."
circa 1991
Series I - 3.3
A Statement of Needs, 1957 to 1970
Originating office: University Executive Council
Data gathered mainly by the Insitutional Research Committees of the six University Units.
1956
Series I - 3.1
Addresses at the Inauguration of James Allen McCain as President of the University
Originating office: University Press
This booklet includes the text of addresses given by the following people for UM President James Allen McCain's inauguration: Alvin C. Eurich, Richard H. Jesse, the Honorable Sam C. Ford, James A. McCain.
1945
Series I - 3.1
Keynotes: Addresses by Engelhardt, Melby, Brown
Originating office: University Press
This book is a compilation of three separate addresses given at the University during the 1941-1942 school year. The first two were given by Fred Engelhardt and Ernest O. Melby for Melby's inauguration as president of the University of Montana. The third one was given by John Mason Brown for the 1942 University Commencement.
1941-1942
Series I - 3.3
Analogies between the Economies of Oresund and Montana
Originating office: Office of the Vice President of Research and Development
This is a report on a research project.
2004
Series I - 3.1
Arbor Day Exercises
Originating office: unknown
These items are event programs for the Arbor Day tree planting ceremonies that were held intermittently during the University's first hundred years. Each program has a different title: Arbor Day Exercises, Memorial Exercises, and The Centennial Tree Dedication.
1896; 1919; 1993
Series I - 3.1
Atomic Energy: Master or Servant?
Originating office: unknown
This is the text of Dr. Harold C. Urey's address given during the 53rd Charter Day celebration.
1946
Series I - 3.3
Appropriations Requests for the University of Montana System, 1961-63 Biennium
Originating office: unknown
This report was likely submitted to the Board of Regents.
1961
Series I - 3.1
Charter Day Address
Originating office: unknown
This is the text of the Honorable Charles R. Leonard's address given during the 17th Charter Day celebration.
1910?
Series I - 3.1
Closing Exercises of the University of Montana
Originating office: unknown
These programs detail the events of the closing exercises ceremony. Prior to 1898 the University didn't have a graduating class, so in lieu of commencement it held a week of closing exercises at the end of the school year. Closing Exercises featured entertainment such as the H.N. Buckley Oratorical Contest, readings by the Clarkia and Hawthorne Literary Societies, and various faculty lectures. In 1898 these events became a regular part of the Commencement Week festivities.
1895-1897
Series I - 3.1
Commencement Address by Paul Lauren
Originating office: unknown
This is the text of Professor Paul Lauren's commencement address.
2003
Series I - 3.1
Commencement Address by George M. Dennison
Originating office: unknown
This is the text of University President George Dennison's commencement address.
2004
Series I - 3.1
A Confluence of Cultures: Native Americans and the Expedition of Lewis and Clark
Originating office: unknown
This volume contains the 2003 sumposium proceedings complete with the text from presenters papers. It is accompanied by a symposium program and a DVD which provides additional discussions of Native American politics and culture.
2003
Series I - 3.2
Convocation Program
Originating office: unknown
These are event programs are individually titled and were produced for miscellaneous convocations organized on campus including the Victory, Memorial, and academic convocations. Other offices that assisted in the publication are: the Office of the President and the Associated Students of the University of Montana (ASUM).
Keywords: initiative 18; initiative 19
1920-2005
Series I - 3.3
The Council of 50
Originating office: unknown
This booklet lists the names of the people serving on the University's Council of 50, which was established to "help the University grow as a living, working organization."
circa 1964
Series I - 3.2
Inauguration of…
Originating office: unknown
These are inauguration programs for the following UM presidents: Edward Sisson, George Simmons, Ernest Melby, James McCain, Carl McFarland, Neil Bucklew, James Koch, George Dennison, and Royce Engstrom. Invitations accompany some of the programs.
Keywords: University Convocation; Charter Day
1917; 1936; 1941; 1945; 1951; 1981; 1986; 1990; 2011
Series I - 3.3
Information and Statistics in connection with the Proposed Issue of Bonds...
Originating office: unknown
circa 1901
Series I - 3.2
"King of Energies" and Other Addresses at the Fiftieth Annual Commencement of Montana State University
Originating office: unknown
This booklet includes the text of addresses given by the following people: Robert C. Guthrie, William W. Waymack, Garvin D. Shallenberger, and University of Montana president James A. McCain.
1947
Series I - 3.2
Opening Exercises of the University of Montana
Originating office: unknown
This event program details the events of the University of Montana's inaugural day of classes. The University officially opened its doors on September 11, 1895 and celebrated with musical selections by Missoula's Mandolin, Banjo and Guitar Club in addition to addresses by Montana's Lieutenant Governor A.C. Botkin and the University's first President Oscar J. Craig. It is unclear whether the University continued the tradition of opening exercises for successive school years.
1895
Series I - 3.2
Penny-Wise Education?
Originating office: unknown
"Materials presented in this pamphlet are based upon an address made by Dr. E.O. Melby, president of Montana State University, at a student convocation on the campus, December 1, 1942."
1942
Series I - 3.3
Predicting First Year Grades at the University of Montana
Originating office: unknown
This booklet was created for high school guidance counselors to help them talk to high school students about going to college.
1966-1968
Series I - 3.3
Report to the Legislature
Originating office: unknown
This appears to be annual report submitted to the Montana Legislature, similar to the former President's Annual Reports.
1993
Series I - 3.2
Twenty-Six Years After…
Originating office: unknown
This is the text of a speech made by A.B. Guthrie, Jr. "at a Montana State University Convocation July 21, 1949, when an honorary degree of Doctor of Literature was conferred upon him."
1949
Series I - 3.3
Role and Scope Statement
Originating office: unknown
This report was submitted to the Board of Regents.
1978
Series I - 3.2
"The University Abroad"
Originating office: unknown
This is the text of Carl McFarland's commencement address.
1949
Series I - 3.3
University Committees
Originating office: unknown
This booklet lists all of the committees at the University of Montana during the 1992-1993 academic year.
2003
Series I - 3.2
University of Montana: 75th Anniversary
Originating office: unknown
This booklet provides a calendar of events held during the month of February, the month in which the University was originally chartered. It also provides a brief history of the University and summarizes the various academic and athletic achievements during the University's first 75 years as an institution.
1968
Series I - 3.3
Volunteer Boards
Originating office: unknown
This booklet lists all of the volunteer boards and advisory committees at the University of Montana during the 1992-1993 academic year.
1992
Subseries 4: Ephemera
0.5 linear feet
This subseries contains pamphlets, flyers, and leaflets produced for prospective students, the University Centennial, and the Provost’s lectures. It also contains event programs and other miscellaneous materials related to memorials held on campus and dedications for campus buildings. The originating office(s) for most of those items is unknown.
These materials are organized alphabetically by the originating office title listed on the most recently published piece of ephemera in the folder and then chronologically.
1895-2016
Box
Series I - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Centennial Office
Keywords: Unversity Centennial; May Fete; Grizzly Circle; Jubileers concert
1993
OS Folder 8
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Centennial Office
Keywords: Unversity Centennial; May Fete; Grizzly Circle; Jubileers concert
1993
Series I - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Office for Civic Engagement
Keywords: service-learning; Brown Bag session
2003
Series I - 4.
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action
Keywords: Affirmative Action; Equal Opportunity Employment; EOE; sexual harassment; discrimination
1979-1993 and undated
Series I - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Ladies of the University of Montana Faculty
Most of these materials are related to the Visiting Teachers' Luncheon which was hosted by the Ladies of the Faculty and held in various locations including the UM President's residence and Craig Hall.
Keywords: Empress Theater matinee
circa 1950s
Series I - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Martin Luther King, Jr. Committee
Keywords: lectures
2002-2005
Series I - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Office of the President
One of the pamphlets, "Wartime Activities of the State University of Montana," lists the University's activities related to World War I.
Keywords: World War I; prospective student information; University Centennial; Senior Recognition Day; scholarship applications; President's Lecture series
1895-2017 and undated
Series I - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
Keywords: student retention; academic strategy; Provost's Distinguished Faculty Lecture series
2002-2010
Series I - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Public Exercises and Visiting Lecturers' Committee
Keywords: Spring Parley; events schedule
1934
Series I - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Office of Research Administration
1988
Series I - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Transition Committee
Keywords: quarter to semester transition; Semester Complaint Committee
circa 1991
Series I - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: University of Montana Faculty
Keywords: Robert Pantzer; Edwin Craighead; Spring Faculty Get-Together
1912-1974?
Series I - 4.1
Miscellaneous Calendars
Originating office: unknown
Unlike the UM events calendars, these items are blank and may have been distributed to new or prospective students as day planners.
The items are booklet-sized and bound with ribbon or tassel.
1906-1915
Series I - 4.1
Miscellaneous Dedications
Originating office: unknown
These folders contain pamphlets and miscellaneous literature related to various University of Montana building, department, and landmark dedications. The following is a list of the building dedications represented in these folders: University Hall (1898); Women's Hall and Gymnasium (1903); University Library (1909); Student Union (1935); Woman's Club-Art Building (1937); Pharmacy-Chemistry Building (1939); Business Administration and Education Building (1949-1950); Field House (1953); Men's Dormitory (Craig Hall; 1953); Music Building (1953); Women's Center (1953); Law Building (1961); Jesse Hall (1967); Science Complex (1971); Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library (1973); Law School Wing (1979); Performing Arts / Radio-Television Building (1982); K. Ross Toole Archives (1983); William and Rosemary Gallagher (Business) Building (1996); Skaggs Building (1999); Maureen and Mike Mansfield Mall and Bronze (2000); Memorial Carillon (1953; 2003); Don Anderson Hall (2007); Fallen Soldier Memorial (2013).
Keywords: Charter Day; International Center; Missoula Woman's Club; McGill Hall; Mathematics Building; Clapp Building; PAR-TV building; Adams Center; Memorial Row
1898-2013
Series I - 4.1
Miscellaneous Memorials
Originating office: unknown
There is no clear originating office or author for these miscellaneous memorial pamphlets and cards which were produced for specific deceased students, faculty and administrators. The following is a list of names represented in these folders: Oscar John Craig (University president, 1911); Marcus Barrett Cook (University student, 1918); William M. Aber (University languages professor, 1919); Paul Logan Dornblaser (University student and football player, 1920?); Harold Clayton Urey (University chemistry professor and Nobel Laureate, 1981); WIlliam Chauncey Shepherd III (University religious studies professor, 1982); Don Bunse (University art professor, 1994). The memorial booklet about Paul Dornblaser was prepared, possibly by the Alumni Association, to request Dornblaser's induction into the National Football Foundation and Hall of Fame. It contains a biography of Dornblaser, including the details of his death (killed in action in France), and the various posthumous honors awarded him by the University of Montana.
Marcus Barrett Cook was a University student who served during World War I and was killed in action. For additional information on Cook, see also Series I (Administration), subseries 2 (B Serials).
1911-1994
Series I - 4.1
Miscellaneous Symposiums
Originating office: unknown
There is no clear originating office or author for these miscellaneous pamphlets and literature produced for various University symposiums.
Keywords: National Security Seminar; media literacy; gender; public health issues
1978-2004

Series II:  Student Services, 1895-2018Return to Top

29.4 linear feet

This series contains materials that were produced by offices and departments which provide student-specific services other than instruction including the Office of the Registrar, Office of Student Affairs, Residence Life Office, Admissions, Career Services, Center for Continuing Education and Summer Programs, and Dining Services.

Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries 1: A Serials
21.3 linear feet
This subseries contains a complete run of course catalogs and commencement programs as well as partial runs of the summer session catalog and the class schedule. Some of these serials contain issues of the University of Montana Bulletin.
These serials are organized alphabetically by the originating office title listed on the most recent issue in the folder and then by publication title. They are foldered chronologically.
1898-2018
Box
Series II - 1.1-8
Annual Commencement of the University of Montana
Originating office: Office of the Registrar
Prior to 1898 the University of Montana graduated no students so it held a Closing Exercises ceremony at the end of each school year. When the University graduated its first two students in 1898, a commencement program was printed for the occasion. Since then the University has produced an annual commencement program listing the names of its graduates. A full run exists in the collection. Invitations to the commencement exercises accompany some of the programs.
1898-2018
OS Folder 1 - OS Folder 5
Class Schedule
Originating office: Office of the Registrar
Previous title(s): Schedule of Exercises; Time Schedule; Schedule of Classes (for Freshmen); Schedule of Classes and Registration Directions; Schedule of Classes and Examination Schedules
Some of these issues are part of the University of Montana Bulletin series. The Class Schedule listed not only the specific days and times that each class was held, but the location of each class (building and room number), final exam schedules, and registration instructions. This information is now available on Cyberbear, the University of Montana's web application, that allows students to register for classes electronically. The Office of the Registrar no longer prints physical copies of the Class Schedule.
For additional information on fall quarter classes, see also Preliminary Schedule of Classes - Autumn Quarter in Series II (Student Services), subseries 2 (B Serials).
Some issues missing.
1910-1955
Series II - 1.1-5
Class Schedule
Originating office: Office of the Registrar
Previous title(s): Schedule of Exercises; Time Schedule; Schedule of Classes (for Freshmen); Schedule of Classes and Registration Directions; Schedule of Classes and Examination Schedules
Some of these issues are part of the University of Montana Bulletin series.
Some issues missing.
1956-2009
Series II - 1.1-19
Course Catalog
Originating office: Office of the Registrar
Previous title(s): Annual Register; University of Montana Bulletin
Some of these issues are part of the University of Montana Bulletin series. The Catalog, also called the Course Catalog, was first printed under the auspices of the Office of the President and later became the responsibility of the Registrar. Since 1995 the current school year's catalog, which contains registration information and descriptions of every course offered by the University, has been made available online, and the Office of the Registrar no longer prints physical copies.
A full run exists in the collection. Electronic versions of the 2009-2017 issues available as pdfs.
1895-2017
Series II - 1.1-7
Summer Session Course Catalog
Originating office: Office of the Registrar
Previous title(s): Announcement of the Courses…of the University Summer School; Summer School; Summer Quarter; Summer Session; Summer College Catalog Issue; Summer Session Issue; Summer Session Bulletin;
Some of these issues are part of the University of Montana Bulletin series. Historically, the Summer Session Course Catalog provided students with course descriptions for all summer session offerings. Between the 1970s and 1990s, this title was published by the former Center for Continuing Education and Summer Programs. During the late 2000s the Office of the Registrar stopped printing a summer semester catalog.
Some issues missing.
1902-2000; 2002-2006
Subseries 2: B Serials
5.5 linear feet
This subseries contains short-run and single-issue newsletters, prospective student information, orientation materials, student handbooks, and scholarship guides. It also contains issues of the University of Montana Bulletin, Booklet, and Folder.
These serials are organized alphabetically by the originating office title listed on the most recent issue in the folder and then by publication title. They are foldered chronologically.
1902-2017
Box
Series II - 2.1
Course Evaluation Guide
Originating office: Admissions
This guide was used to assist students transferring from various community colleges in Montana and the northwestern United States.
1984-1993
Series II - 2.1
New Student Orientation Bulletin
Originating office: Admissions
A brief bulletin welcoming news students to campus and providing information on academic advising and registration.
1990
Series II - 2.1
Student Orientation
Originating office: Admissions
Previous title(s): Freshman Week Program; Week of Welcome and Fall Orientation
Some of the early programs from the 1930s and 1940s are supplements to specific University of Montana Bulletins (see individual program for bulletin numbers). These event programs provide information to new students regarding orientation events, registration, and academic advising. There is no originating office for the early programs.
Parent and transfer student orientation schedules can also be found in this serial run.
1933-2017 and undated
Series II - 2.1
UM Update
Originating office: Admissions and New Student Services
Previous title(s): Admissions Newsletter; Campus News; NEWStudent Services
This newsletter provides prospective students with information related to University academics and research.
1982-1995
Series II - 2.2
Viewbook
Originating office: Admissions and New Student Services
Some of these issues are part of the University of Montana Bulletin series. The Viewbook is an image-driven publication that was likely produced for prospective students.
The 1969 issue is accompanied by a Curriculum booklet (possibly a precursor to the Academic Guide). The 2001-2002 issue is part of a larger packet of prospective student materials produced by Admissions.
1969-2002 and undated
Series II - 2.2
Admissions Catalog
Originating office: Admissions Office
A brief overview for prospective students of degree programs, the cost of tuition, and recreational activities at the University of Montana. This handout also includes information on how to apply to the University.
1988-1989
Series II - 2.2
Introducing the University of Montana
Originating office: Office of Admissions
Previous title(s): An Introduction
Some of these issues are part of the University of Montana Bulletin series. These booklets provide information on student life, residence life, degree programs, recreation activities and other topics of interest to prospective students. Although not officially published by the Office of Admissions, much of the information in this publication was provided by Admissions.
1974-1976
Series II - 2.2
Class Schedule
Originating office: Campus Recreation
This publication doesn't have an actual title but it is a class schedule of recreation courses offered by Campus Recreation.
Keywords: intramurals
1989-1992
Series II - 2.2
Campus Recreation Handbook
Originating office: Campus Recreation: Fitness and Recreation Center
Previous title(s): Handbook: Co-Recreation and Men's Intramural Sports
This handbook provides information on the different intramurals students could join as well as rules and regulations for games and student conduct.
Multiple issues missing.
1970-2016
Series II - 2.2
Montana and Northwest Employer Guide
Originating office: Career Planning and Placement Services
This guide of potential employers was compiled for University of Montana graduates and alumni.
1979-1984
Series II - 2.2
Career Placement Guide
Originating office: Office of Career Services
Previous title(s): Hints for Your Job Search
This handbook provides career counseling for graduating students and includes information on how to search for a job and how to create a resume and cover letter.
1977-1987
Series II - 2.2
Graduate Survey
Originating office: Career Services
Previous title(s): Placement Data; Summary of the Graduate Survey
These are surveys of University of Montana graduates to provide prospective and currently enrolled students with statistics related to job placement in a particular field or area of study.
Questionnaires used to compile the data to create the surveys accompany some of the booklets.
1977-2007
Series II - 2.3
Jobs and Careers
Originating office: Office of Career Services
This newsletter provides students with information on the services offered by Career Services.
1982
Series II - 2.3
Montana Chief School Administrators Phone Directory
Originating office: Office of Career Services
This telephone lists the names of each school in Montana as well as the names of current administrators and their phone numbers. It was likely produced for School of Education graduates and alumni to assist them with job placement. This title was published in conjunction with the School of Education.
1979-1994
Series II - 2.3
Opportunities in School Administration, Elementary, Secondary, and Post Secondary Education, Business, Industry and Government
Originating office: Office of Career Services
This handout lists various job postings for both private and public employers in Montana and was created for University of Montana graduates and alumni. This title was published in conjunction with the Alumni Association.
1989-1991
Series II - 2.3
Recruiting Guide
Originating office: Office of Career Services
Previous title(s): Recruiting College Graduates at the University of Montana
This booklet was created for potential employers looking to recruit graduates of the University of Montana.
1980-1994
Series II - 2.3
Statistical Annual Report
Originating office: Office of Career Services
This report is a summary of "activities and services provided by the Office of Career Services and the Cooperative Education Program." The Cooperative Education Program coordinated internship opportunities for students.
1985-1989
Series II - 2.11
Annual Report
Originating office: Center for Continuing Education and Summer Programs
This is an annual report produced by the Center. Previously, it was produced by the Director of Summer Session.
1972-1975
Series II - 2.3
The Centerfold
Originating office: Center for Continuing Education and Summer Programs
This is a newsletter.
Keywords: summer enrollment; extension offerings; telecourses
1980-1988
Series II - 2.3
Community Night School Course Schedule
Originating office: Center for Continuing Education and Summer Programs
Previous title(s): Schedule of Evening Classes; UM Night School Course Schedule
This schedule provides information about the night school program and courses offered.
Multiple issues missing.
1957-1997
Series II - 2.11
MAS Newsletter
Originating office: Center for Continuing Education and Summer Programs
Previous titles(s): Malmstrom MBA Newsletter; MBA Newsletter
This newsletter provides information on the Master's in Administrative Science (MAS) degree program, which was a University of Montana satellite program offered in Great Falls, MT, for people working on the Malmstrom Air Force Base.
1968-1989
Series II - 2.3
MAS Newsletter
Originating office: Center for Continuing Education and Summer Programs
Previous titles(s): Malmstrom MBA Newsletter; MBA Newsletter
This newsletter provides information on the Master's in Administrative Science (MAS) degree program, which was a University of Montana satellite program offered in Great Falls, MT, for people working on the Malmstrom Air Force Base.
1990-1992
Series II - 2.3
Master of Administrative Sciences Degree Course Schedule
Originating office: Center for Continuing Education and Summer Programs
This handbook provides a schedule of available classes as well as registration information. The MAS degree program was a satellite program offered in Great Falls, MT, for people working on the Malmstrom Air Force Base.
1989-1993
Series II - 2.3
Summer Semester Preliminary Class Schedule
Originating office: Center for Continuing Education and Summer Programs
Previous title(s): Summer Session Preliminary Announcement (University of Montana Bulletin); Summer School Preliminary Announcement; Recreation and Study: Summer Session; Rocky Mountain Recreation: Summer Study; Summer Study in the Rockies
Some of these issues are part of the University of Montana Bulletin series; others are part of the University of Montana Folder series. These preliminary announcements were used to advertise the University's summer course offerings and were produced a few weeks before the Summer Session Course Catalog.
Supplemental posters accompany some issues.
1902-1930
Series II - 2.4
Summer Semester Preliminary Class Schedule
Originating office: Center for Continuing Education and Summer Programs
Previous title(s): Summer Session Preliminary Announcement (University of Montana Bulletin); Summer School Preliminary Announcement; Recreation and Study: Summer Session; Rocky Mountain Recreation: Summer Study; Summer Study in the Rockies
Some of these issues are part of the University of Montana Bulletin series; others are part of the University of Montana Folder series. These preliminary announcements were used to advertise the University's summer course offerings and were produced a few weeks before the Summer Session Course Catalog.
Supplemental posters accompany some issues.
1931-1978; 1999-2006
Series II - 2.4
Northwest Cooperative Education Association Newsletter
Originating office: Cooperative Education Internship Program
Keywords: Cooperative Education Internship Program; job placement
1988-1991
Series II - 2.5
Correspondence Study Department: Bringing the University to People
Originating office: Department of Correspondence Study
This is issue no. 90 in the University of Montana Bulletin series. It provides information on the University's correspondence course program, and may have been published with help from the Office of the Registrar.
Keywords: home study
1913
Series II - 2.5
Counseling Center Newsletter
Originating office: Counseling Center
Keywords: outreach services; Drug Awareness Week
1990
Series II - 2.5
Residence Halls for Men
Originating office: Dean of Students
This handbook provided new male students with information about dorm life. In 1967 this publication was combined with "Your University Home: Women's Residence Halls" and is currently titled the "Residence Halls Handbook" published by the Residence Life Office.
1957-1966 and undated
Series II - 2.5
Your University Home: Women's Residence Halls
Originating office: Dean of Students; Associate Dean of Students
Previous title(s): Welcome to Your Freshman Home; Your Campus Home; Your University Living Room
This handbook provided new female students with information about dorm life. In 1967 this publication was combined with "Residence Halls for Men" and is currently titled the "Residence Halls Handbook" published by the Residence Life Office.
1956-1966
Series II - 2.5
DSS News
Originating office: Disability Services for Students
Previous title(s): ADSUM and DSS News
This newsletter provides information on the activities of Disability Services for Students. One issue was co-published with Alliance for Disability and Students of the University of Montana.
See also ADSUM: "I am here!" News in Series IV (Student Organizations and Publications), subseries 2 (B Serials).
1995-1997
Series II - 2.5
MOLLI Course Catalog
Originating office: School of Extended and Lifelong Learning
This publication does not have an actual title but is a catalog that lists courses offered by the School of Extended and Lifelong Learning. The MOLLI Course Catalog is produced each academic semester.
Keywords: extension courses; non-credit courses
2013-2015
Series II - 2.5
Continuing Education Papers
Originating office: Extension and Continuing Education Division
This is a "special series devoted to essays, reports, research reports, and occasional papers" written by University of Montana faculty and administrators. The series is monographic so each issue has a specific title. Titles include "A Brief History of the Indians of Montana for Elementary School Children" and "Curriculum Issues". This series was published with assistance from the University of Montana Foundation.
1969-1970
Series II - 2.5
Extension Division Catalog
Originating office: Extension and Continuing Education Division
This booklet provides information on the adult education classes available from the Extension Division.
1971-1973
Series II - 2.5
Foreign Student News
Originating office: Office of Foreign Student Services
This is a newsletter.
Only one issue exists in the collection.
Keywords: University Centennial; special events
1993
Series II - 2.5
Graduate Placement Center Bulletin
Originating office: Graduate Placement Center
This newsletter provides information on job placement to University of Montana seniors and graduate student candidates.
1968-1972
Series II - 2.5
Teacher Placement Division Newsletter
Originating office: Graduate Placement Center
This newsletter provides information for public school administrators interested in recruiting UM graduates.
1968-1969
Series II - 2.5
Home Study Courses
Originating office: Home Study Department
Previous title(s): Extension Lectures and Correspondence Courses; Announcement of the Department of Correspondence Study; Correspondence Study; Correspondence Study: Announcement of Courses; Announcement of Home Study Courses; Studying at Home
Some of these course catalogs are part of the University of Montana Bulletin series.
1910-1966
Series II - 2.6
Expanding Horizons
Originating office: Office of International Programs
Previous title(s): International Newsletter
This is a newsletter.
1989-2011
Series II - 2.6
International Discussion Series
Originating office: Office of International Programs
This is a monographic series of short papers written by University faculty members. The issue in this collection is titled "Higher Education as a Montana Export" by Dennis O'Donnell.
Only one issue exists in the collection.
1997
Series II - 2.6
Vo-Tech Curriculum Catalog
Originating office: Missoula Vocational Technical Center (Vo-Tech)
Previous title(s): Vo-Tech Curriculum Catalog and General Information
Keywords: Missoula College; College of Technology
1975-1993
Series II - 2.7
Vo-Tech Curriculum Catalog
Originating office: Missoula Vocational Technical Center (Vo-Tech)
Previous title(s): Vo-Tech Curriculum Catalog and General Information
Keywords: Missoula College; College of Technology
1993-1995
Series II - 2.7
International Student Guide
Originating office: New Student Services
This handbook provides international students with information on admissions procedures, degrees offered, housing, and visa regulations.
1990-1992
Series II - 2.7
Americanization: Civic and Municipal Problems
Originating office: Public Service Division
This is issue no. 35 in the University of Montana Booklet series. It was likely produced by the Public Services Division in conjunction with the Director of Summer Session and provides information on two, on-campus conferences held during summer session.
Keywords: World War I; foreign-born citizens
1919
Series II - 2.7
School of Citizenship
Originating office: Public Service Division
These are issue nos. 39 and 40 in the University of Montana Booklet series. They were likely produced by the Public Services Division in conjunction with the Director of Summer Session and provide information on a conference conducted by the University and the Montana League of Women Voters. This meeting was "open and available to the public."
Keywords: suffragism
1920
Series II - 2.7
Second Annual Conference on Community Leadership
Originating office: Public Service Division
This is issue no. 38 in the University of Montana Booklet series. It was likely produced by the Public Services Division in conjunction with the Director of Summer Session and provides information on a conference conducted by the University and the Montana Association of Commercial Club Secretaries.
1920
Series II - 2.7
War-Speakers' Week at the State University of Montana
Originating office: Public Service Division
These are issue nos. 21 and 21A in the University of Montana Booklet series. They were likely produced by the Public Services Division in conjunction with the Director of Summer Session and provide information on a week-long discussion of World War I.
1918
Series II - 2.7
Facts and Figures about the State University
Originating office: Office of the Registrar
These are issue nos. 3 and 40 in the University of Montana Folder series. The booklets describe admissions requirements as well as "why Montana students should attend the State University of Montana."
Keywords: prospective student information
1919-1920
Series II - 2.7
Graduate Catalog
Originating office: Office of the Registrar
Previous title(s): University of Montana Bulletin Graduate School Catalog Issue; Graduate Programs and Admissions; Graduate Semester Catalog
Some of these course catalogs are part of the University of Montana Bulletin series. The Registrar stopped printing this title during the mid-2000s. Graduate course offerings are available electronically and are also listed in the Course Catalog.
1965-1996
Series II - 2.8
Graduate Catalog
Originating office: Office of the Registrar
Previous title(s): University of Montana Bulletin Graduate School Catalog Issue; Graduate Programs and Admissions; Graduate Semester Catalog
Some of these course catalogs are part of the University of Montana Bulletin series. The Registrar stopped printing this title during the mid-2000s. Graduate course offerings are available electronically and are also listed in the Course Catalog.
1997-2002
Series II - 2.8
Guidebook
Originating office: Office of the Registrar
Previous title(s): Guidebook to Montana State University; A Guide to Montana State University; A Guide to Your University
These booklets are part of the University of Montana Bulletin series, and they were likely produced by the Office of the Registrar. The book provided prospective students with details regarding campus life, residence life, admissions and registration, course offerings, and degree programs. Before 1947, other miscellaneous University of Montana Bulletins were produced with similar information.
1947-1958
Series II - 2.8
Information for Prospective Students
Originating office: Office of the Registrar
These are issue nos. 396 and 402 in the University of Montana Bulletin series.
Keywords: World War II
1944-1945
Series II - 2.8
Montana State University
Originating office: Office of the Registrar
This is issue no. 390 in the University of Montana Bulletin series. It provides information about the University's course offerings related to war and post-war training including the Army Air Force College Training Detachment.
Keywords: prospective student information; World War II
1945
Series II - 2.8
Montana State University Offers You the Keys to Your Future
Originating office: Office of the Registrar
This is issue no. 400 in the University of Montana Bulletin series. It is a pictorial of University students participating in various academic activities on campus.
Keywords: prospective student information; World War II
1943
Series II - 2.8
Montana State University and the War Effort
Originating office: Office of the Registrar
This is issue no. 388 in the University of Montana Bulletin series. It offers high school graduates information about the academic and military training available at the University.
Keywords: prospective student information; World War II
1943
Series II - 2.8
Preliminary Schedule of Classes - Autumn Quarter
Originating office: Office of the Registrar
This class schedule was handed out to new and prospective students during UM Days and freshman orientation events. It provides a complete list of classes approved by the Registrar before the official Autumn Class Schedule was released.
For additional class schedules, see also Series II (Student Services), subseries 1 (A Serials).
1978-1984
Series II - 2.9
Residence Halls
Originating office: Office of the Registrar
This is issue no. 254 in the University of Montana Bulletin series. It provides prospective students with information on residence life.
1923-1928
Series II - 2.9
Serving Montana Youth…
Originating office: Office of the Registrar
This is issue no. 372 in the University of Montana Bulletin series. It provides information for high school graduates considering a college education.
Keywords: prospective student information
1940
Series II - 2.9
The State University of Montana Has Special Plans for Montana Girls
Originating office: Office of the Registrar
This is issue no. 2 in the University of Montana Folder series. The booklet outlines different academic training available to women students, particularly in the field of home economics.
Keywords: prospective student information
1919
Series II - 2.9
Through the Year at the U
Originating office: Office of the Registrar
Previous title(s): circa 1913
This is issue no. 72 in the University of Montana Bulletin series. It provides information on various University traditions and events, discussing them as they occur throughout the semester. The booklet was likely produced by the Office of the Registrar, and it was authored by alumnus George P. Stone.
Keywords: prospective student information
Series II - 2.9
Your Montana State University: A Record of Progress
Originating office: Office of the Registrar
This is issue no. 350 in the University of Montana Bulletin series. It describes the rapid growth of the University during its first forty years, and it provides information to high school graduates interested in attending the University of Montana.
Keywords: prospective student information
1936
Series II - 2.9
Your State University
Originating office: Office of the Registrar
This little booklet provides general information about the University "for students and parents." The publication does not list an originating office, but it was likely compiled by the Office of the Registrar.
Keywords: prospective student information
1926-1933
Series II - 2.9
Residence Hall Handbook
Originating office: Residence Life Office
Previous title(s): Residence Halls; Residence Halls Handbook and Calendar
This handbook provided new students with information about dorm life. It was originally published as two separate titles, "Residence Halls for Men" and "Your University Home: Women's Residence Halls," by the Dean of Students. In 1967, those publications were combined into the "Residence Hall Handbook". Includes handbook for Lewis and Clark residences.
1967-2017
Series II - 2.9
Residence Halls Bulletin
Originating office: Residence Life Office
This newsletter provides information for students living in the dorms. It notes that "all freshman men and women students whose homes are not in Missoula are required to live in the University residence halls."
1953-1955
Series II - 2.9
The Cornerstone
Originating office: Residence Life Office: University Villages
This newsletter was complied for University Villages residents.
2009
Series II - 2.9
Day of Dialogue
Originating office: Division of Student Affairs: Day of Dialogue Planning Committee
These event programs provide information about the Day of Dialogue symposium that focuses on topics of ethnicity, gender, race, sexual orientation, employment hierarchy, and disability. The Day of Dialogue event is currently titled Diverse U.
2006-2008
Series II - 2.12
Annual Accountability Report
Originating office: Center for Student Development
This is an annual report produced by the Center.
1975; 1984
Series II - 2.9
CSD Newsletter
Originating office: Center for Student Development
This newsletter provides information on the availability of student resources, job placement, various outreach programs, and veterans counseling.
1974-1987
Series II - 2.9
Newsletter, Vol. VI, No. 2
Originating office: Center for Student Development
This appears to be a newsletter or other serial publication, but it doesn't have a title, just a volume and issue number. It provides information about the services the Center for Student Development provided.
Keywords: academic advising; foreign students; students with disabilities
1979
Series II - 2.9
Counselors Phone Directory
Originating office: Center for Student Development: Counseling Center
Previous title(s): Montana Counselors Phone Directory
This handout includes the names and phone numbers of public junior high and high school counselors.
1980-1991
Series II - 2.9
Your Student Health Services Newsletter
Originating office: Student Health Services
Previous title(s): Student Health Services; To Your Health
1990-1996
Series II - 2.9
Guide to Freshman Interest Groups
Originating office: Office for Student Success
This guide provides information about the Freshman Interest Groups (FIG) Program, a former autumn semester option for freshmen. Each FIG contained 20-25 students, and all the students in that particular FIG took the same cluster of classes related to a common theme. The FIG also included a weekly discussion section with a University senior and a faculty preceptor. The purpose of the program was to make the transition from high school to college less daunting.
1995-2007
Series II - 2.9
Commencement Exercises - Summer Session
Originating office: Director of Summer Session
These commencement programs were published for the graduating classes of summer session. They were likely produced by the Director of Summer Session with assistance from the Office of the Registar.
1947-1957
Series II - 2.10
Recreation, Travel and Outdoor Life in the Montana Rockies: Summer Quarter
Originating office: Director of Summer Session
This is issue no. 261 in the University of Montana Bulletin series. The publication is neither a Summer Session catalog nor a Summer Session Preliminary Announcement. It appears to be a promotional bulletin published a month after the 1924 Summer Session catalog offering more information about the recreation opportunities available to summer session students.
1924
Series II - 2.10
Summer Session Recreation Program
Originating office: Director of Summer Session
Previous title(s): Independent Excursions for Summer Students; Summer Session Recreational Program; Summer Session Cultural Social Recreational Activity List; Summer Session Activities Guide; Summer Session Recreation Prospectus
The Summer Session Recreation Program started as a typewritten flyer published by the Office of the President and eventually became a printed booklet with information compiled by the Director of Summer Session. It included information related to all of the recreation activities offered during summer session.
1929-1971 and undated
Series II - 2.10
Summer Times
Originating office: Director of Summer Session
Previous title(s): Summer Session Bulletin
This newsletter provides information about the activities and events scheduled during the University's summer session. The publication may be a continuation of the School of Journalism's Summer Session Sun published during the 1940s.
1955-1956
OS 1
Summer Times
Originating office: Director of Summer Session
Previous title(s): Summer Session Bulletin
This newsletter provides information about the activities and events scheduled during the University's summer session. The publication may be a continuation of the School of Journalism's Summer Session Sun published during the 1940s.
1968-1973
Series II - 2.12
Advising Handbook
Originating office: Undergraduate Advising Center
Previous titles(s): Peer Advisor Handbook; Academic Advising Handbook; The Griz Guide: Resource Book for Academic Advising
This handbook provides advice to academic advisors on to talk to students about placement exams, course scheduling, general education requirements, and registration.
1991-2008
Series II - 2.10
UNC Advising Newsletter
Originating office: University College
Previous title(s): Advisors' Newsletter
1984-2005
Series II - 2.10
Annual Report
Originating office: University College
1995
Series II - 2.11
Research Report
Originating office: University Counseling Center
This is a monographic series about educational tests and measurements. Each issue is titled as follows: 1. MSU Norms for the Ace Psychological Examination, 1952 Edition; 2. MSU 1956 Transfer Student Norms for the Ace Psychological Examination, 1952 Edition; 3. A Brief Study of the Relationship between Scores on Ace Psychological Examination, 1952 Edition, and Grades of Montana State University Freshmen.
1956
Series II - 2.10
Announcement of the Extension Department
Originating office: Department of University Extension
Previous title(s): Extension Course Bulletin
These are part of the University of Montana Bulletin series. This booklet provides information on the Extension Department course offerings.
1910-1915
Series II - 2.10
Can Boys and Girls Work Their Way through Montana's State University?: A Survey of Student Employment
Originating office: University Self Help Committee
This is issue no. 3 in the University of Montana Booklet series.
Keywords: scholarships; student loans; work study
1918?
Series II - 2.10
University of Montana Veteran's Guide
Originating office: Office of Veterans' Affairs
These booklets provide information on the services the University of Montana offered veterans as well as admission procedures.
1985-1993
Series II - 2.10
The State University of Montana: Why Montana Students Should Attend the State University of Montana
Originating office: unknown
There are two booklets with this title. One is issue no. 44 in the University of Montana Booklet series and the other is issue no. 248 in the University of Montana Bulletin series. Both booklets were produced for prospective students graduating from high school and considering a college education.
1921-1922
Series II - 2.10
Student Handbook (Regulations Affecting Admission, Registration, Scholarship and Graduation)
Originating office: unknown
These are part of the University of Montana Booklet series.
1918-1950
Series II - 2.10
To the Young Women of Montana
Originating office: unknown
These are issue nos. 101 and 116 in the University of Montana Bulletin series. This bulletin discusses the "professional and vocational opportunities for women" offered at the University.
Keywords: prospective student information
1915; circa 1915
Series II - 2.10
What the University of Montana Has for You
Originating office: unknown
This is issue no. 66 in the University of Montana Bulletin series. This booklet provides information for high school graduates considering a college education (pictures accompany the text).
Keywords: prospective student information
circa 1910
Series II - 2.10
Why Go To College?
Originating office: unknown
This is issue no. 71 in the University of Montana Bulletin series.
Keywords: prospective student information
circa 1911
Subseries 3: Publications and Reports
0.8 linear feet
This subseries contains single-issue handbooks for new students, orientation materials, prospective student information, and calendars.
These items are organized alphabetically by originating office and then by publication title.
1895-2017
Box
OS 1
Academic Guide
Originating office: Admissions
This booklet provides prospective students with information on different degree programs and areas of study at the University.
Keywords: Enrollment Services
1996-1997
Series II - 3.1
Academic Guide
Originating office: Admissions
This booklet, which is accompanied by a Transfer Guide, provides prospective students with information on different degree programs and areas of study at the University.
Keywords: Enrollment Services
2014-2015
Series II - 3.1
Griz Guide
Originating office: Admissions
This booklet provides prospective students with information on the Unversity's academic achievements, academic programs, student support programs, and financial aid opportunities.
Keywords: Enrollment Services
2015
Media 1
Montana: A Virtual Slideshow
Originating office: Admissions
This minidisc provides prospective students with information on student life, the University campus, outdoor recreation options, the city of Missoula, and campus diversity.
circa 2000s
Series II - 3.1
Stories.
Originating office: Admissions
This magazine offers prospective students information on current student accomplishments in different degree programs at the University of Montana.
2016
Series II - 3.1
Student Handbook / Parent Handbook
Originating office: Admissions
These handbooks were produced for new student orientation and provide students and their parents with information on academic advising, general education requirements, registration, and course scheduling.
Keywords: Enrollment Services
2008
Media 1
The University of Montana
Originating office: Admissions
This recruitment DVD for prospective students includes content about the University's chemistry, music, technology, pharmacy, and biology programs as well as Athletics and the Grizzly Football team.
This item was likely published in conjunction with the Office of the President.
2007
Series II - 3.2
The Job Market for University of Montana's 1975 Graduates
Originating office: Career Planning and Placement Services
This survey research report assesses the post-graduate plans of the University of Montana's June 1975 graduates.
1976
Series II - 3.1
Program Announcement and Call for Papers
Originating office: Center for Continuing Education and Summer Programs
This booklet was created for the 14th National Conference on Undergraduate Research. In 2001 the University of Montana began hosting its own annual undergraduate research conference and created a separate program announcement for that event.
For additional information on the University's annual undergraduate research conference, see also the University of Montana Conference on Undergraduate Research (UMCUR) Program and Abstracts and Rocky Mountain Geodays: Geoscience Undergraduate Research Conference Program and Abstracts in Series III (Academic Departments and Centers), subseries 1 (A Serials).
2000
Series II - 3.1
Student Handbook on Campus Disability Access and Services
Originating office: Disability Services for Students
This handbook provides information on Disability Services as well as the various services and resources available to students with disabilities.
See also Handicapped Student Handbook published by the Center for Student Development.
1990; 1991; 1993; 1994
Series II - 3.1
Experiment in Education: An Adult Indian Training Program of the University of Montana
Originating office: Extension and Continuing Education Division
This booklet provides information about the history of the Adult Indian Training Program and the services it provided to Native American non-traditional students.
circa 1970s
Series II - 3.1
Scholarships and Awards
Originating office: Financial Aid Office
This booklet lists the scholarships available to students at the University of Montana. It provides information related to each scholarship including minimum qualifications, application deadlines, scholarship value, and where to apply.
2003
Series II - 3.1
Banquet and Special Occasion Planning Guide
Originating office: Department of Food Service
This booklet provides information on the various banquet and event menus available through the Food Services Department.
1967
Series II - 3.1
Foreign Student Handbook
Originating office: Office of Foreign Student Services
This booklet provides international students with information on campus life, services, and activities as well as immigration regulations and general information about Missoula.
circa 1990
Series II - 3.1
The Centennial International Greetings Program
Originating office: Office of International Programs
This program includes statements from administrators of various international institutions with which the University had academic ties. Each statement congratulates the University of Montana on its Centennial celebration.
1993
Series II - 3.1
Directory of Faculty and Staff with International Qualifications
Originating office: Office of International Programs
Previous title(s): Directory of Faculty with International Qualifications
This directory lists faculty and staff alphabetically by last name, and provides information on each person's academic credentials, international experience, and professional international interests.
1991; 1995
Series II - 3.1
International Programs at the University of Montana
Originating office: Office of International Programs
Previous title(s): International Opportunities at the University of Montana
This booklet provides information on the various international institutions with which the University of Montana had study abroad agreements as well as available faculty and student exchange programs.
1991; 1993 and undated
Series II - 3.1
Southern Cone: Argentina-Chile-Uruguay
Originating office: Office of International Programs
"This special publication features teaching, research, and outreach activities involving a large number of UM students and faculty working in the Southern Cone."
2009
Series II - 3.2
Toward Common Ground: International Programs Planning Document
Originating office: International Programs Planning Committee
This report assessed the state of international programs at the University of Montana.
1997
Series II - 3.2
Student Employee Manual
Originating office: Lodge Food Service
This is an employment manual for students working in The Lodge.
circa 1980s
Series II - 3.1
College and Career Days
Originating office: Placement Bureau
This booklet was designed for prospective students and lists the various degree programs offered at the University of Montana as well as the career opportunities available for each area of study.
1957
Series II - 3.1
Welcome to the Lodge
Originating office: Public Service Division
The Lodge was built as a student union building and student commons. This pamphlet describes the space and the food services available.
1955
Series II - 3.1
New Course Number Translation Guide
Originating office: Office of the Registrar
This booklet provides a listing of the University of Montana courses with old and new course numbers. In 2009 the Montana Board of Regents instituted a common course numbering policy for the entire Montana University System "to allow students to easily assess the transferability of classes from one institution to another."
2009
Series II - 3.1
The University of Montana: A Circular of Information Concerning…the Courses of Study
Originating office: Office of the Registrar
This booklet was likely produced by the Office of the Registrar and is a "circular of information concerning the organization of the University, facilities for work, and the courses of study."
Keywords: prospective student information
1895
Series II - 3.1
When Your War Service Is Over
Originating office: Office of the Registrar
This pamphlet provides information on the educational opportunities available for veterans.
See also Educational Opportunities for Service Men and Women at Montana State University produced by the Office of Veterans Education.
Keywords: service men and women; World War I
1918?
Series II - 3.1
University of Montana Telephone Directory
Originating office: Residence Halls Office
This directory lists the phone numbers of students living in the residence halls.
For additional telephone directories, see also Campus Guide in Series V (Campus Services), subseries 1 (A Serials).
1966
Series II - 3.1
Calendar
Originating office: Residence Life Office
This calendar was created for students living in the University Villages. It provides information for student residents such as transfer information, alterations to apartments, transportation, and general maintenance.
2009
Series II - 3.1
Family Housing Handbook
Originating office: Residence Life Office
Previous title(s): Family Housing
This handbook provides information on the rules and regulations for students residing in the University's family housing units. The first edition of this handbook was published and paid for married students and faculty.
circa 1960s; 1990
Series II - 3.1
Healing and Recovery Resources for Sexual Assault Survivors
Originating office: Sexual Assault Recovery Service
"This booklet was written to provide sexual assault survivors in Missoula city and county the most up-to-date information concerning emotional, medical, and legal resources."
circa 1990s
Series II - 3.1
For New Students Only!
Originating office: Office of Student Affairs
This handbook provides new students with information on how to succeed academically. It also describes various services such as daycare, off-campus housing, copying services, and the Women's Resource Center.
1978 and undated
Series II - 3.1
Parents Handbook
Originating office: Division of Student Affairs
This handbook provides parents of students with information about the University's various academic departments, student services offices, and campus recreation opportunities.
1998
Series II - 3.1
Handicapped Student Handbook
Originating office: Center for Student Development
See also Student Handbook on Campus Disability Access and Services.
circa 1970s
Series II - 3.1
When Students Need Help: A Referral Guide for Faculty and Staff
Originating office: Student Health Services
This handbook provides staff and faculty with information on how to tell when a student might need professional counseling.
Keywords: student confidentiality; Counseling and Psycholocial Services (CAPS)
circa 1990s
Series II - 3.1
Academic Advising Handbook
Originating office: Office of Student Success
This booklet has no official title, but it was produced to show prospective students the kinds of courses offered at the University of Montana and the services provided by the Undergraduate Advising Center.
1974
Series II - 3.2
Survey of Faculty on Academic Advising
Originating office: Office of Veterans Education
This pamphlet provides information on the academic opportunities available for veterans.
See also When Your War Service Is Over produced by the Office of the Registrar.
Keywords: World War II
1995
Series II - 3.1
Educational Opportunities for Service Men and Women at Montana State University
Originating office: University College Academic Advising Office
This is a survey, produced by graduate students in the School of Business Administration, of faculty who served as academic advisors during the 1995 fall semester.
1945
Series II - 3.1
Facts That Count for Much
Originating office: unknown
This small pamphlet for prospective students provides a brief summary of the academic opportunities available at the University.
1914
Series II - 3.1
This Is Your University…
Originating office: unknown
This colorful pictorial offers information on why prospective students should choose the University of Montana.
1956
Series II - 3.1
Views at the Montana State University
Originating office: unknown
This image-driven handbook was likely produced for prospective students and may have been a precursor to the Viewbook.
1907
Series II - 3.2
Work-study and Student Employment Manual, Revised Edition
Originating office: unknown
This is a manual for student working on campus.
1972
Subseries 4: Ephemera
1.8 linear feet
This subseries contains pamphlets, flyers, postcards, and other miscellaneous materials related to dining, recreation, residence life, scholarships, academic advising, and other student services.
The materials are organized alphabetically by the originating office title listed on the most recently published piece of ephemera in the folder and then chronologically.
1912-2018
Box
Series II - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Academic Advising Office
Keywords: summer orientation; students-tutoring-students program; Special Services program; Upward Bound program
1981-1990 and undated
Series II - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Admissions
Keywords: prospective student information; Enrollment Services; general education requirements; tuition and fees
1971-2018 and undated
Series II - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Admissions: Orientation
Most orientation-specific materials are located in these folders.
Keywords: summer session; registration assistance
1971-2016
Series II - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Admissions: UM Days Steering Committee
UM Days is a program coordinated by Admissions. The event is a campus open-house for prospective students and their parents to visit the campus and participate in a variety of activities and workshops.
1974-1993 and undated
Series II - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: American Indian Student Services
2013 and undated
Series II - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Campus Recreation
Keywords: golf course; Grizzly Pool; recreation workshops; intramurals
1975-2003; 2016-2017 and undated
OS Folder 9
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Campus Recreation
Keywords: golf course; Grizzly Pool; recreation workshops; intramurals
1982-1991 and undated
Series II - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Career Services
Keywords: job fairs; career days; recruitment; employer guides
circa 1950s; 1958-2014 and undated
Series II - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Counseling Center
Keywords: mental health services
1969-1990
Series II - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Curry Health Center
Keywords: drug and alcohol program; mental health services; walk-in clinic; student health insurance
1969-2000; 2018 and undated
Series II - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Curry Health Center: Student Advocacy Resource Center (SARC)
Some of these materials were published in conjunction with the Division of Student Affairs.
Keywords: sexual assault recovery
2014-2016 and undated
OS Folder 9
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Curry Health Center: Student Advocacy Resource Center (SARC)
Keywords: sexual assault recovery
2015
Series II - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Dean of Students
Keywords: grants; scholarships
1957-1969 and undated
Series II - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Disability Services for Students
Keywords: accessibility map
1992-2017 and undated
Series II - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: English Language Institute
Keywords: TOEFL requirements; international student information
2014 and undated
Series II - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: School of Extended and Lifelong Learning (SELL)
These materials are mostly related to the different short courses, summer classes, night school courses, seminars, and lectures offered through the Center for Continuing Education and Summer Programs.
For programs, conferences, lectures and courses given by a specific academic department in conjunction with Continuing Education, see that department's ephemera. For example: all materials related to short courses in pharmaceutical sciences will be located in the School of Pharmacy ephemera.
Keywords: conferences; certificate programs; short courses; workshops
circa 1920s; 1969-2017 and undated
OS Folder 9
Miscellaneous
Originating office: School of Extended and Lifelong Learning (SELL)
Keywords: night school; Center for Continuing Education and Summer Programs
circa 1980s
Series II - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Financial Aid Office
Some of these materials don't list an originating office, but were likely compiled by Financial Aid.
Keywords: tuition assistance; scholarships
1970-2015 and undated
Series II - 4.3
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Foreign Student and Scholar Services
Keywords: Foreign Student Handbook
1987-2014 and undated
Series II - 4.3
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Office of International Programs
Keywords: International Brown Bag Lectures; study abroad
1993-2015 and undated
Series II - 4.3
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Internship Services
Keywords: resume assistance; Cooperative Education Internship Program; job placement
1983-2003 and undated
Series II - 4.3
Miscellaneous
Originating office: New Student Services
Keywords: summer orientation; international student information
1990-1993 and undated
Series II - 4.3
Miscellaneous
Originating office: New Student Services
Keywords: campus map
circa 1990s
Series II - 4.3
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Public Service Division
Keywords: Leadership Training Course; Life Ideals Conference; World War I; War Speakers' Week; NW Indian Youth Conference
1918-1972 and undated
Series II - 4.3
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Office of the Registrar
Some of these materials don't list an originating office, but were likely produced by the Office of the Registrar.
Keywords: World War I; campus map; prospective student information; scholarships; commencement
1918-2017 and undated
Series II - 4.3
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Residence Life Office
These folders contain information relating to both residence life and dining services until 1993 when Food Services became a stand-alone office.
For information related to dining services after 1993, see also UM Dining ephemera.
Keywords: summer session; employment; convention facilities
1912-1994 and undated
Series II - 4.3
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Residence Life Office: Family Housing
Keywords: married student housing; Housing Act
circa 1950s; circa 1960s; 1985-1990 and undated
Series II - 4.3
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Division of Student Affairs
Keywords: Day of Dialogue; Student Employee of the Year
2006-2013 and undated
OS Folder 9
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Division of Student Affairs
Keywords: Black Lives Matter
2016
Series II - 4.3
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Center for Student Development
Keywords: summer orientation; new student information; religious activities
1973-1987 and undated
Series II - 4.3
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Office for Student Success
Keywords: Financial Education Program; Exploratory Studies program; UM 101; TRIO Student Support Services
2014-2016 and undated
Series II - 4.3
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Student Union
These materials are related to the events such as dances and lectures held in the Student Union building as well as the Open House Day that occurred when a the new union building was completed.
1935-1966
Series II - 4.4
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Summer College
Keywords: workshops; writers' conference; Institute on Communism; Scholarship Camp
1912-1972 and undated
Series II - 4.4
Miscellaneous
Originating office: UM Dining
These folders contain information from UM Dining after it became a stand-alone office in 1993.
For additional information on dining services prior to 1993, see also Residence Life Office ephemera.
Keywords: Bear Bucks; Farm to Table program
1993-2016
Series II - 4.4
Miscellaneous
Originating office: University College
Keywords: peer advising; tutoring; Special Services program
1987-2003 and undated
Series II - 4.4
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Office of Veterans' Affairs
circa 1980s
Series II - 4.4
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Committee for Vocational Congress
These materials relate to a conference for women held at the University of Montana. The conference was likely hosted by the Public Service Division and possibly the Office of the President.
Keywords: World War I
1917-1918

Series III:  Academic Departments and Centers, 1895-2018Return to Top

28.5 linear feet

This series contains materials that were produced by academic departments, schools, and colleges of the University of Montana. It also includes materials produced by centers or institutes affiliated with academic departments including the Bureau for Business and Economic Research, the Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research, and the Bureau of Government Research.

Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries 1: A Serials
8.0 linear feet
This subseries contains a complete run of the Montana Business Quarterly and partial runs of the University of Montana Conference on Undergraduate Research (UMCUR) Program and Abstracts and the School of Music Programs.
These serials are organized alphabetically by the originating office title listed on the most recent issue in the folder and then by publication title. They are foldered chronologically.
1896-2018
Box
Series III - 1.1-7
Montana Business Quarterly
Originating office: Bureau of Business and Economic Research (BBER)
Previous title(s): Montana Business; Montana Business Review
Founded in 1949 as Montana Business, this quarterly is produced by the Bureau of Business and Economic Research, a research department of the School of Business Administration. The publication provides economic forecasts for Montana and the U.S. as well as business reports and industry analyses.
A full run exists in the collection.
1949-2018
Series III - 1.1
Rocky Mountain Geodays: Geoscience Undergraduate Research Conference Program and Abstracts
Originating office: Department of Geology
These event programs list the student presenters and brief summaries of each research project.
The programs were printed on the back side of the UMCUR Programs. See University of Montana Conference on Undergraduate Research (UMCUR) Program and Abstracts.
2003-2007
1.1b
Programs
Originating office: School of Music
These are event programs for recitals and concerts hosted by the Department of Music (School of Music). Some of the events were hosted in conjunction with the Department of Drama.
For additional music programs, see also School of Fine Arts Programs in Series III (Academic Departments and Centers), subseries 2 (B Serials).
Some years missing.
Keywords: commencement; Buddy DeFranco Jazz Festival; University Symphonic Band; Jubileers; University Symphony Orchestra; A Cappella Choir; Glee Club
1896-1954 and undated
Series III - 1.1-7
Programs
Originating office: School of Music
These are event programs for recitals and concerts hosted by the Department of Music (School of Music). Some of the events were hosted in conjunction with the Department of Drama.
For additional music programs, see also School of Fine Arts Programs in Series III (Academic Departments and Centers), subseries 2 (B Serials).
Some years missing.
Keywords: commencement; Buddy DeFranco Jazz Festival; University Symphonic Band; Jubileers; University Symphony Orchestra; A Cappella Choir; Glee Club
1896-2017 and undated
Series III - 1.1-3
Programs
Originating office: School of Theatre and Dance
These event programs feature both dance and drama productions. All programs related to the Masquer Summer Theatre, a joint venture of the Montana Masquers and the Department of Drama, are located in this serial run.
For additional drama and dance programs, see also School of Fine Arts Programs and Montana Masquers Programs.
Some of the dance programs have been foldered separately from the drama programs, then both have been filed chronologically.
1957-2017 and undated
Series III - 1.1-2
University of Montana Conference on Undergraduate Research (UMCUR) Program and Abstracts
Originating office: Undergraduate Research Committee
The programs from 2003 to 2007 also contain the Rocky Mountain Geodays: Geoscience Undergraduate Research Conference Program and Abstracts. Schedule addenda accompany some of the programs.
Missing the inaugural program from 2001.
2001-2017
Subseries 2: B Serials
15.5 linear feet
This subseries contains short-run and single issue newsletters, annual announcements, bulletins, and reports. It also contains issues of the University of Montana Bulletin and the Educational Opportunities Bulletin (Booklet).
These serials are organized alphabetically by the originating office title listed on the most recent issue in the folder and then by publication title. They are foldered chronologically.
1899-2018
Box
Series III - 2.1
Anthropology Papers
Originating office: Department of Anthropology
This serial publication was founded in 1950, and publishes short articles on ethnohistory, archaeology, ethnography, and physcial anthropology. It features work by students and faculty in the University of Montana's Department of Anthropology.
Only issues #1 and 2 available in this collection.
1976-1981
Series III - 2.1
Contributions to Anthropology
Originating office: Department of Anthropology
Contributions to Anthropology is an intermittently published monographic series featuring works by students and faculty in the Department of Anthropology as well as other anthropology scholars. Founded in 1967 the publication is distributed internationally. Each numbered issue has its own title. Issues in the collection include: "An Example of Social Change in Taiwan Related to Land Reform," "Archeology of the Lower Bighorn Canyon, Montana," "Archaeological Investigations in the Libby Reservoir Area, Northwestern Montana," "Collected Papers in Salvage Anthropology, 1971-72," "Collected Papers in Highway Salvage Archaeology, 1972-74," "Preliminary Archaeological Survey of Custer National Forest, Southeastern Montana," "Camas and the Flathead Indians of Montana," "A Study of the Prehistoric and Historic Sites along the Lower Clark Fork River Valley, Western Montana," "An Annotated Bibliography of Northern Plains Ethnohistory," "Embroidered Hmong Story Cloths," and "Central Asia: A History of Cultures, Arts, and Architecture."
There are two no. 7 issues by different authors and with different titles. Issue no. 12 is missing from this collection.
1967-1988
Series III - 2.2
Contributions to Anthropology
Originating office: Department of Anthropology
Contributions to Anthropology is an intermittently published monographic series featuring works by students and faculty in the Department of Anthropology as well as other anthropology scholars. Founded in 1967 the publication is distributed internationally. Each numbered issue has its own title. Issues in the collection include: "The Historical Archaeology of Garnet Mining Town," "Death on the Chang Tang, Tibet, 1950: The Education of an Anthropologist," and "Yellowstone Archaeology, Part 1."
Issue no. 12 is missing from this collection.
1997-2014
Series III - 2.26
Contributions to Anthropology
Originating office: Department of Anthropology
Contributions to Anthropology is an intermittently published monographic series featuring works by students and faculty in the Department of Anthropology as well as other anthropology scholars. Founded in 1967 the publication is distributed internationally. Each numbered issue has its own title. Issues in the collection include: "Yellowstone Archaeology, Part 2."
Issue no. 12 is missing from this collection.
1997-2014
Series III - 2.2
Western Anthropology
Originating office: Department of Anthropology
This is a serial authored by Thain White and Carling Malouf of which only one issue, "Kutenai Pipes," was published.
A bound copy of this issue and other papers by White and Carling Malouf, titled "Early Kutenai History," were bound and published by the Flathead Lake Lookout Museum. This volume is available in the Mansfield Library's General Collection.
1952
Series III - 2.2
CAS Forum
Originating office: College of Arts and Sciences
Previous title(s): CAS Faculty Journal
The CAS Forum is a scholarly journal researched, written and edited by CAS faculty members. The articles focus on topics such as the future of liberal arts education, scholarship, and the cost of higher education.
1972-1978
Series III - 2.3
CAS News
Originating office: College of Arts and Sciences
This is a newsletter.
1988-2012
Series III - 2.3
Deans' Lecture Series
Originating office: College of Arts and Sciences
This booklet is the actual text of the lecture given by Howard Reinhardt (the dean of CAS from 1983-1988) and titled "The Liberal Arts and the Liberal Sciences." This series was likely started by Reinhardt to address the importance of a liberal arts education.
For more information on Reinhardt and his time at the University of Montana, see also his oral history interview for the UM Oral History Project (OH 408-007).
Only one issue exists in the collection.
1984
Series III - 2.3
Biology at the State University
Originating office: Department of Biology
This is issue no. 30 in the University of Montana Booklet series. This issue provides a brief overview of the department.
Keywords: World War I
circa 1918
Series III - 2.3
MuseU.M. News
Originating office: Division of Biological Sciences
This is a newsletter produced about the Philip L. Wright Zoological Museum.
Some issues missing.
1995-2012
Series III - 2.3
Newsletter
Originating office: Division of Biological Sciences
Only one issue exists in the collection.
1997-2007
Series III - 2.3
Pi-Ka-Ni-Pu-Wa-Sin
Originating office: Blackfeet Educational Training Complex
This newsletter provides information about the Blackfeet Educational Training Complex as well as details about events sponsored by the program.
Keywords: Browning Teacher Corps; Blackfeet Community Education Program
1979-1980
Series III - 2.3
Botanical Science in Relation to Human Welfare: Vocational--Practical--Cultural
Originating office: Department of Botany
This is part of the State University Booklet series, or University of Montana Booklet series. This booklet does not have an issue number, but features a brief overview of the department.
circa 1918
Series III - 2.3
Department of Botany: Its Plan and Purposes
Originating office: Department of Botany
This is likely a part of the University of Montana Booklet series. This booklet does not have an issue number, but it features information about the botany courses offered by the department.
circa 1918
Series III - 2.3
Notice: Assistance to Teachers in the Identification of the Plants of Montana
Originating office: Department of Botany
This is issue no. 10 in the State University Booklet series, or University of Montana Booklet series. This booklet features information about the botany department and its collaboration with Montana public schools.
1918
Series III - 2.3
The Practical Importance of the Study of Botany
Originating office: Department of Botany
This is issue no. 6 in the State University Booklet series, or University of Montana Booklet series. This booklet features information about the purpose of the botany department.
circa 1918
Series III - 2.3
Price List of Material for Use in High School Classes in Botany
Originating office: Department of Botany
This is issue no. 11 in the State University Booklet series, or University of Montana Booklet series. This booklet features information about the botany department and its collaboration with Montana public schools.
1918
Series III - 2.3
Department of Business Administration: Its Plan and Purposes
Originating office: Department of Business Administration
This is an unnumbered issue in the University of Montana Booklet series. The booklet features program information about the Department of Business Administration.
Keywords: World War I
circa 1918
Series III - 2.3
War Courses in Office Training
Originating office: Department of Business Administration
This is issue no. 5 in the State University Booklet series, or University of Montana Booklet series. This issue features information about the business administration courses offered at the University of Montana, particularly those that provide training for individuals serving in the U.S. military.
Keywords: World War I
1917
Series III - 2.3
Accounting and Finance
Originating office: School of Business Administration
This series of pamphlets provides information about the School of Business Administration's Accounting and Finance Department.
1969-1980
Series III - 2.3
Annual Roster of Registered Certified Public Accountants of Montana
Originating office: School of Business Administration
This serial publication is an annual list of certified public accountants registered in Montana. Many of them are graduates of the University of Montana's School of Business Administration.
1945-1969
Series III - 2.3
Announcements for…
Originating office: School of Business Administration
This is issue no. 315 in the University of Montana Bulletin series. The "Announcement" served as a supplementary course catalog for different departments. This issue provides details about the School of Business Administration's degree programs and the various courses offered in that area of study.
1930-1931
Series III - 2.3
Business…As a Career
Originating office: School of Business Administration
This is issue no. 3 in the Educational Opportunities Bulletin series as well as a second edition copy. This title features information about the business administration courses offered at the University of Montana.
1946-1951
Series III - 2.3
Business Bulletin
Originating office: School of Business Administration
This is a newsletter.
1937
Series III - 2.3
Certification of Public Accountants
Originating office: School of Business Administration
Previous title(s): Circular of Information…as Certified Public Accountant; Information Concerning The Certificate as Certified Public Accountant
Some of these issues are part of the University of Montana Bulletin series. This title provides students in the School of Business Administration information on the certification process to become a public accountant.
1909-1941
Series III - 2.3
The Com Line
Originating office: School of Business Administration
This is a newsletter about the school's program development and accreditation process.
1979-1982
Series III - 2.3
Dean's Report
Originating office: School of Business Administration
This report was issued by the dean of the School of Business Administration, and it provides information related to the program and its funding needs.
For the most recent Dean's Report, see also the School's homepage which posts an electronic version.
2008; 2016
Series III - 2.3
Graduate Bulletin for Master of Business Administration Degree
Originating office: School of Business Administration
This booklet provides information on the Minuteman Education Program, a satellite graduate degree program in Business Administration offered in Great Falls, MT, for people working on the Malmstrom Air Force Base.
circa 1970s
Series III - 2.3
Management Department
Originating office: School of Business Administration
This series of pamphlets provides information about the School of Business Administration's Management Department.
1973-1980
Series III - 2.3
MBA: Master of Business Administration
Originating office: School of Business Administration
Previous title(s): Graduate Study in Business Administration
This series of pamphlets provides information about the School of Business Administration's graduate degree program.
1969-1981
Series III - 2.3
Newsletter
Originating office: School of Business Administration
Only one issue exists in the collection.
1969
Series III - 2.3
Newsletter for Alumni and Friends
Originating office: School of Business Administration
1987-1998
Series III - 2.4
Economic Outlook Seminar (Handbook)
Originating office: Bureau of Business and Economic Research (BBER)
Previous title(s): Outlook
This handbook provides economic statistics about Montana compiled by the BBER.
1982-1993
Series III - 2.4
Economics Montana
Originating office: Bureau of Business and Economic Research (BBER)
This newsletter provides background information about a particular economic issue in Montana. Statistical analysis and graphs accompany the text.
1984-2005
Series III - 2.4
Montana KIDS Count
Originating office: Bureau of Business and Economic Research (BBER)
2016
Series III - 2.4
Montana Trade Association Directory
Originating office: Bureau of Business and Economic Research (BBER)
This directory lists numerous trade associations operating in Montana such as the Montana Automobile Dealers Association, the Montana Association of Realtors, and Timber Products Manufacturers Association. Addresses of association headquarters and names of trade association officers accompany each listing.
1954-1968
Series III - 2.4
THIS IS
Originating office: Central and Southwest Asian Studies Center
This is a newsletter.
2007-2012
Series III - 2.4
ChemLetter (from the University of Montana Department of Chemistry)
Originating office: Department of Chemistry
This is a newsletter.
2006
Series III - 2.4
Graduate Study in Chemistry
Originating office: Department of Chemistry
Previous title(s): Chemistry: Graduate Studies and Research; Chemistry and Biochemistry: Graduate Studies and Research
This booklet provides information on the department's graduate degree offerings.
1968-1970 and undated
Series III - 2.4
Announcement of the Department of Commerce and Accounting
Originating office: Department of Commerce and Accounting
This is issue no. 98 in the University of Montana Bulletin series. It serves as a supplementary course catalog and provides details about the various courses offered by the Department of Commerce and Accounting as well as degree requirements.
1914-1915
Series III - 2.4
Annual Report
Originating office: Davidson Honors College
This report provides an overview of the Honors College including highlighting scholarly research and student achievements. It was likely produced for potential donors, alums, and Montana legislators.
1993
Series III - 2.4
Handbook
Originating office: Davidson Honors College
This serial booklet provides new and incoming students with information about the kinds of programs and courses offered by the Honors College.
1991-1993
Series III - 2.4
Newsletter
Originating office: Davidson Honors College
1990-2008 and undated
Series III - 2.4
The Big Stories (and the Little Ones)
Originating office: Department of Drama / Dance
This booklet provides information on the department's graduate degree offerings and theater productions.
Only one issue exists in the collection.
1999
Series III - 2.4
The Front Page
Originating office: Department of Drama / Dance
The Front Page is a small newspaper that provided information about Riverfront Summer Theatre performances. A collaborative effort of the Montana Repertory Theatre, the Missoula Redevelopment Agency, and the Missoula Downtown Association, the RST staged plays during the summer months at Caras Park in downtown Missoula.
Only one issue exists in the collection.
1982?
Series III - 2.4
Theatre Season
Originating office: Department of Drama / Dance
These events calendars list upcoming theatrical performances by the Department of Drama / Dance. Performances by the Montana Masquers and other groups affiliated with the School of Fine Arts are included in this serial run.
For more theatre programs, see also materials produced by Quill and Dagger, students of Dramatic Presentation, students of the English Department, the Players Club, and the Dramatic Club.
Keywords: Montana Repertory Theater; University Theater
1958-1999
Series III - 2.5
Bulletin: Social Trends in Montana
Originating office: Department of Economics and Sociology
According to the Foreword, "This bulletin…is one of a series under the heading "Social Trends in Montana. The study was begun in September, 1937, as a senior student research project in the Department of Economics and Sociology of Montana State University...The purpose of this bulletin is to show recent leading population trends in Montana..."
1938
Series III - 2.5
Department of Economics: Its Plan and Purposes
Originating office: Department of Economics
This title is likely part of the University of Montana Booklet series. The booklet does not have an issue number, but features information about the economics courses offered at the University of Montana.
circa 1918
Series III - 2.5
Annual Report
Originating office: School of Education
This report provides an overview of the School of Education including highlighting scholarly research and student achievements. It was likely produced for potential donors, alums, and Montana legislators.
1977-1978
Series III - 2.5
Aviation Education Blastoff
Originating office: School of Education
This newsletter was published daily by the Fifth Civil Air Patrol, National Aviation-Education Workshop hosted by the School of Education during summer session.
Keywords: U.S. Air Force
1959
Series III - 2.5
Circular of Information
Originating office: School of Education
This booklet provides information to high school graduates considering a degree in education.
1911-1912
Series III - 2.5
Directory of Ed.D. Graduates
Originating office: School of Education
This directory provides information about School of Education graduates. Graduates are listed alphabetically by last name include the date of graduation, degree emphasis, positions held since graduation, and publication titles including dissertation title.
1974-1976
Series III - 2.5
Education…As a Career
Originating office: School of Education
This is issue no. 5 in the Educational Opportunities Bulletin series. It features information about the education courses offered at the University of Montana.
circa 1950
Series III - 2.5
Education Bulletin
Originating office: School of Education
According to the Editorial Comments section, "This journal is established to provide a forum for those who wish to express their view on educational topics that concern them." The journal is sponsored by the School of Education and the UM chapter of Phi Delta Kappa. The honorary was responsible for distribution to schools throughout Montana. Most of the articles are authored by School of Education faculty members.
1973-1977
Series III - 2.5
Montana Educator
Originating office: School of Education
Previous title(s): Update
This is a newsletter.
1978-1981
Series III - 2.5
Montana Teaching News
Originating office: School of Education
This is a newsletter.
Only one issue exists in the collection.
1945
Series III - 2.5
Newsletter
Originating office: School of Education
1990-1994 and undated
Series III - 2.5
Research Record
Originating office: School of Education
This title is a monthly series "primarily devoted to Montana educational studies."
1955-1965
Series III - 2.5
Summer Session Schedule
Originating office: School of Education
This publication provides information on education classes offered during summer session. It also lists guest instructors who were not faculty members of the School.
1980-1981
Series III - 2.5
Engineering Courses: Electrical, Mechanical, Civil
Originating office: School of Engineering
This is issue no. 45 of the University of Montana Bulletin series. It provides information about the University of Montana's Engineering program as well as a list of courses that were offered each year.
1907-1908
Series III - 2.5
Class Book for Freshman Composition
Originating office: Department of English
Previous title(s): English II: Manual and Calendar; Freshman English Manual
This manual provides information to freshman about the course, instructor expectations, tips for note-taking, and a list of required textbooks.
1917-1926
Series III - 2.6
English Notes
Originating office: Department of English
This monthly bulletin was published during the school year for high school English teachers. It provides a forum for university and high school teachers to discuss writing and comprehension instruction.
1923-1938
Series III - 2.6
English in the State University
Originating office: Department of English
This is issue no. 19 in the University of Montana Booklet series. It provides a brief overview of the department.
Keywords: World War I
circa 1918
Series III - 2.6
Freshman English Requirements at the State University of Montana
Originating office: Department of English
This is issue no. 34 in the University of Montana Booklet series. It includes "suggestions for high school teachers of English Composition."
1919
Series III - 2.6
Sources of Northwest History
Originating office: Department of English; Department of History
This is a series of reprints of the Historical Section of the publication "Frontier and Midland" produced by Department of English students.
1927-1939
Series III - 2.7
A Plea for the Study of Historical English
Originating office: Department of English and Rhetoric
This is issue no. 29 in the University of Montana Bulletin series. It was authored by Department of English faculty member J.S. Snoddy and advocates for teachers at preparatory schools to teach English grammar from a historical perspective.
circa 1904
Series III - 2.7
EVST Alumni News
Originating office: Environmental Studies Program
This is a newsletter.
Only one issue exists in the collection.
1989
Series III - 2.7
Fine Arts at the State University
Originating office: Department of Fine Arts
This is issue no. 31 of the University of Montana Booklet series. It provides a brief overview of the department.
Keywords: World War I
circa 1918
Series III - 2.7
Arts at the University of Montana
Originating office: School of Fine Arts
Previous title(s): School of Fine Arts Newsletter
This is a newsletter.
1988-2003
Series III - 2.7
The Muses in Montana
Originating office: School of Fine Arts
This is a newsletter.
1966-1969
Series III - 2.7
Programs
Originating office: School of Fine Arts
These are event programs of recitals, plays, and concerts for various School of Fine Arts departments as well as student organizations affiliated with the School. Some of the programs were produced by the following: the School of Music; the Montana Masquers; and the Department of Drama. There are also programs produced by the Missoula Symphony Orchestra and Chorale, a community group that performed regularly at the University.
For additional music programs, see also School of Music Programs in Series III (Academic Departments and Centers), subseries 1 (A Serials).
Keywords: commencement; student recitals; faculty recitals
1945-1966
Series III - 2.8
Programs
Originating office: School of Fine Arts
These are event programs of recitals, plays, and concerts for various School of Fine Arts departments as well as student organizations affiliated with the School. Some of the programs were produced by the following: the School of Music; the Montana Masquers; and the Department of Drama. There are also programs produced by the Missoula Symphony Orchestra and Chorale, a community group that performed regularly at the University.
For additional music programs, see also School of Music Programs in Series III (Academic Departments and Centers), subseries 1 (A Serials).
Keywords: commencement; student recitals; faculty recitals
1966-1968; 1969-1971
Series III - 2.27
Programs
Originating office: School of Fine Arts
These are event programs of recitals, plays, and concerts for various School of Fine Arts departments as well as student organizations affiliated with the School. Some of the programs were produced by the following: the School of Music; the Montana Masquers; and the Department of Drama. There are also programs produced by the Missoula Symphony Orchestra and Chorale, a community group that performed regularly at the University.
For additional music programs, see also School of Music Programs in Series III (Academic Departments and Centers), subseries 1 (A Serials).
Keywords: commencement; student recitals; faculty recitals
1968-1969
Series III - 2.8
Summer Arts
Originating office: School of Fine Arts
This publication lists fine arts classes offered during summer session.
Keywords: workshops; course schedules
2002-2004
Series III - 2.8
Summer Session Bulletin
Originating office: Flathead Lake Biological Station
Previous title(s): Announcement for the Summer
This bulletin is part of the University of Montana Bulletin: Biological series. It details the various courses offered by the Summer School of Science and Biological Station.
See also the University of Montana Bulletin: Biological Series produced by the University of Montana Biological Station.
Keywords: Yellow Bay; Flathead Lake; Morton J. Elrod
1899-1961
Series III - 2.9
Summer Session Bulletin
Originating office: Flathead Lake Biological Station
Previous title(s): Announcement for the Summer
This bulletin is part of the University of Montana Bulletin: Biological series. It details the various courses offered by the Summer School of Science and Biological Station.
See also the University of Montana Bulletin: Biological Series produced by the University of Montana Biological Station.
Keywords: Yellow Bay; Flathead Lake; Morton J. Elrod
1962-1974
Series III - 2.9
Foreign Languages and Literatures Newsletter
Originating office: Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures (FLL)
1989
Series III - 2.9
UM Forestry News
Originating office: College of Forestry and Conservation
Previous title(s): School of Forestry Newsletter; College of Forestry and Conservation Newsletter
This is a newsletter.
Some issues missing.
1989-2007
Series III - 2.9
Announcement of Evening Classes: Short Course Drafting for Practical Mechanics
Originating office: School of Forestry
This is issue no. 12 of the State University Booklet series, or University of Montana Booklet series. This booklet provides an overview of the School's drafting class.
Keywords: night classes; World War I
1918
Series III - 2.9
Annual Announcement…Short Courses
Originating office: School of Forestry
Previous title(s): The Short Course in Forestry; Announcement of Annual Short Course for Forest Rangers
Some issues are part of the University of Montana Bulletin series; other issues are part of the University of Montana Booklet series. The Announcement provides information on the School's short courses offered in cooperation with the U.S. Forest Service. These courses were open to men in the Forest Service and "provided an opportunity whereby employees of the SErvice may obtain the knowledge required of them in the satisfactory discharge of their duties...and give men the chance to increase their knowledge..."
Between 1967 and 1993 the School of Forestry produced a small booklet listing its short courses which is available in College of Forestry and Conservation materials in Series III (Academic Departments and Centers), subseries 4 (Ephemera).
1911-1925
Series III - 2.9
Forestry…As a Career
Originating office: School of Forestry
This is issue no. 4 of the Educational Opportunities Bulletin in addition to three consecutive editions. The booklet provides an overview of the School and its course offerings.
circa 1950
Series III - 2.9
Forestry School News
Originating office: School of Forestry
This appears to be the very first School of Forestry newsletter published by the department. According to the first issue of this serial, the School of Law published the first departmental newsletter then the Schools of Pharmacy, Journalism, and Education followed suit. The School of Forestry began its own soon after.
Only one issue exists in the collection.
1958
OS 1
Montana Forest Industry News
Originating office: School of Forestry
This newsletter was published in conjunction with Montana Technical Services.
Keywords: Forest Industry Field Service
1969-1970
Series III - 2.9
The School of Forestry: Its Plans and Purposes
Originating office: School of Forestry
This is issue no. 17 in the University of Montana Booklet series. It describes the School's role in training men for government service.
Keywords: World War I
circa 1918
Series III - 2.9
State University of Montana Studies
Originating office: School of Forestry
These are issue nos. 278 and 339 in the University of Montana Bulletin series, each one individually titled. Issues available include: "Montana Forest and Timber Handbook" and "Application of Selective Logging to a Ponderosa Pine Operation in Western Montana."
1926-1934?
Series III - 2.9
Supplement (to the University of Montana catalog)
Originating office: School of Forestry
Previous title(s): Courses in Forestry; Announcement of the School of Forestry
Some issues in this serial run are part of the University of Montana Bulletin series. This booklet was produced as a supplement to University of Montana Course Catalog, and it provides further details about the School of Forestry course offerings and admissions process.
1910-1922
Series III - 2.10
Supplement (to the University of Montana catalog)
Originating office: School of Forestry
Previous title(s): Courses in Forestry; Announcement of the School of Forestry
Some issues in this serial run are part of the University of Montana Bulletin series. This booklet was produced as a supplement to University of Montana Course Catalog, and it provides further details about the School of Forestry course offerings and admissions process.
1924-1933; 1972-1982
Series III - 2.10
Topographic Drafting for Women: A Course To Be Given…during the Summer Quarter
Originating office: School of Forestry
This is issue no. 22 in the University of Montana Booklet series. It describes the drafting course offered to women.
Keywords: World War I
1918
Series III - 2.10
Geology at the State University
Originating office: Department of Geology
This is issue no. 28 in the University of Montana Booklet series. It describes the department's contributions to the U.S. war effort.
Keywords: World War I
circa 1918
Series III - 2.10
Some War Minerals and How to Identify Them
Originating office: Department of Geology
This is issue no. 9 in the University of Montana Booklet series. It is short article about mineralogy authored by professor of geology Jesse P. Rowe.
Keywords: World War I
1918
Series III - 2.10
U of M Geology News: A Report to Alumni and Friends
Originating office: Department of Geology
This is a newsletter.
1983
Series III - 2.10
University of Montana Bulletin: Geological Series
Originating office: Department of Geology
These are issue nos. 17, 37, and 50 in the University of Montana Bulletin series, each one individually titled. Issues available include: "Some Volcanic Ash Beds of Montana," "Montana Coal and Lignite Deposits," and "Some Economic Geology of Montana."
1903-1908
Series III - 2.10
University of Montana Studies
Originating office: Department of Geology
Previous title(s): State University of Montana Studies
These are issue no. 247 and an unnumbered issue in the University of Montana Bulletin series. Both are individually titled and include: "Economic Deposits of a Portion of Eastern Montana" and "Forest Distribution in the Northern Rocky Mountains."
Keywords: Department of Botany
1916-1922
Series III - 2.10
Global Public Health Newsletter
Originating office: Global Public Health Program
2016
Series III - 2.10
Montana Public Affairs Report
Originating office: Bureau of Government Research
This newsletter provides information about Montana politics.
Some issues missing.
Keywords: Montana Constitutional Convention
1967-1980
Series III - 2.10
Graduate School Newsletter
Originating office: Graduate School
1964-1965
Series III - 2.10
Graduate Viewbook
Originating office: Graduate School
This booklet provides information various graduate degree programs offered by the Graduate School.
2003
Series III - 2.10
Research and Graduate Study Newsletter
Originating office: Graduate School
This newsletter focuses on the various projects and programs offered by or coordinated by the Graduate School and affiliated University departments.
Keywords: Bureau of Government Research; Rocky Mountain Laboratory; Speech and Hearing Camp; Malmstrom Air Force Base
1968
Series III - 2.10
History in the State University
Originating office: Department of History
This is issue no. 26 in the University of Montana Booklet series. It details the Department's efforts to provide courses on world history and World War I.
circa 1918
Series III - 2.10
Newsletter
Originating office: Department of History
This newsletter does not have an official title.
2010
Series III - 2.10
Announcement of the Home Economics Department
Originating office: Department of Home Economics
This unnumbered issue is part of the University of Montana Bulletin series. The booklet functions as a supplement to the Course Catalog and offers additional descriptions of home economics courses.
1914-1915
Series III - 2.10
Home Economics…As a Career
Originating office: Department of Home Economics
This is issue no. 6 in the Educational Opportunities Bulletin series. It provides a brief overview of the department and includes course listings and degree requirements.
circa 1950
Series III - 2.10
Home Economics in the State University
Originating office: Department of Home Economics
This is issue no. 25 in the University of Montana Booklet series. It describes home economics courses related to World War I and the war effort.
circa 1918
Series III - 2.10
Update
Originating office: Department of Home Economics
This is a newsletter.
1985
Series III - 2.11
Heart and Soul News
Originating office: College of Humanities and Sciences
This is a newsletter.
2015-2016
Series III - 2.11
Newsletter
Originating office: Department of Interpersonal Communication
1981-1982
Series III - 2.11
Announcement of the Interscholastic Meet
Originating office: Interscholastic Committee
This is part of the University of Montana Bulletin series. The booklet includes information about the meet and participant requirements. The Interscholastic Meet was an academic and athletic event held in the spring for Montana high school students. It was hosted at the University of Montana, and it included a declamatory contest, debate league, and a track and field competition.
Some issues missing.
1904-1963
Series III - 2.11
Announcement of the Montana High School Debating League
Originating office: Interscholastic Committee
This is part of the University of Montana Bulletin series. The booklet includes information about the event and participant regulations. The High School Debate League competed during the Interscholastic Meet, an event offered in the spring for high school students and hosted at the University of Montana.
1906-1932
Series III - 2.12
High School Essay Contest
Originating office: Interscholastic Committee
This is issue no. 33 of the University of Montana Booklet series. The booklet includes information about the event and participate regulations. The High School Essay Contest was held during the University of Montana's Interscholastic Meet, an event offered in the spring for high school students and hosted by the University of Montana and ASUM.
Only one booklet in the series is devoted to the High School Essay Contest. Subsequent mentions of the contest can be found in the Announcement of the Interscholastic Meet.
1919
Series III - 2.12
Able and Eager
Originating office: School of Journalism
Each issue of this pamphlet series lists the names of senior journalism students and provides a brief summary of each person's education and job experience. A photo of each individual accompany the summaries.
Keywords: job placement
1960-1972
Series III - 2.12
Alumni Directory
Originating office: School of Journalism
1943; 1950
Series III - 2.12
Announcement
Originating office: School of Journalism
These are issue nos. 226 and 313 in the University of Montana Bulletin series. The booklet provides information on the degree program and courses offered by the School of Journalism.
1919; 1930
OS 1
Communique
Originating office: School of Journalism
This was originally a newsletter published by the senior class, but it is currently published by the School as a annual magazine for alumni. The department has taken over publication of the title.
Multiples issues missing including Vols. 1-11.
1953-1955
Series III - 2.12
Communique
Originating office: School of Journalism
This was originally a newsletter published by the senior class, but it is currently published by the School as a annual magazine for alumni. The department has taken over publication of the title.
Multiples issues missing including Vols. 1-11.
1955-2017
Series III - 2.13
Journalism…As a Career
Originating office: School of Journalism
This is issue no. 2 in the Educational Opportunities Bulletin series, including a second edition. The booklet provides a brief overview of the School and its courses.
1946-1949
Series III - 2.13
Mid-Year Announcement of the School of Journalism
Originating office: School of Journalism
This is an unnumbered issue is part of the University of Montana Bulletin series. The booklet functions as a supplement to the Course Catalog and offers additional descriptions of journalism courses.
1915
Series III - 2.13
Newspapers of Montana
Originating office: School of Journalism
This booklet provides a list of Montana newspapers and their editors as well as State Press Association officers.
1949-1951
Series III - 2.13
Preliminary Announcement
Originating office: School of Journalism
This unnumbered issue is part of the University of Montana Bulletin series. The booklet functions as a supplement to the Course Catalog and offered additional descriptions of journalism courses.
1914-1915
Series III - 2.13
The School of Journalism: Its Plan and Its Methods
Originating office: School of Journalism
This is issue no. 2 in the University of Montana Booklet series. It provides general information on the School of Journalism and its coursework.
1917
Series III - 2.13
Style Book
Originating office: School of Journalism
These are issue nos. 111 and 253 in the University of Montana Bulletin series. They are a handbook of copyediting rules for journalism students and journalists.
See also the School of Journalism's Style Guide in Series III (Academic Departments and Centers), subseries 3 (Publications and Reports).
1914; 1923
Series III - 2.13
Foreign Languages in the State University
Originating office: Department of Languages
This is issue no. 27 in the University of Montana Booklet series. It provides an overview of the department and its course offerings. During World War I, the Montana State Council of Defense declared a suspension on the instruction of German until further notice.
Keywords: World War I
circa 1918
OS 1
The Barrister
Originating office: School of Law
Previous title(s): Montana Law Forum
The MT Law Forum was the School of Law's first official newspaper. In 1980 it was reformatted as a magazine and titled The Barrister. The Barrister ceased publication in 2001, but in 2015 the School of Law resurrected the serial, producing both a print and online version.
Multiple issues missing.
Keywords: Student Bar Association
1967-1978
Series III - 2.13
The Barrister
Originating office: School of Law
Previous title(s): Montana Law Forum
The MT Law Forum was the School of Law's first official newspaper. In 1980 it was reformatted as a magazine and titled The Barrister. The Barrister ceased publication in 2001, but in 2015 the School of Law resurrected the serial, producing both a print and online version.
Multiple issues missing.
Keywords: Student Bar Association
1980-1993; 2015-2016
Series III - 2.14
Bulletin
Originating office: School of Law
Previous title(s): Montana State Law School Annual Announcement; Announcement of the Department of Law; Announcement of the School of Law; Law Catalog
Some issues of this serial run are part of the University of Montana Bulletin series. The Bulletin provides additional admissions information and course descriptions for prospective students.
Multiple issues missing.
1911-1992
Series III - 2.15
Bulletin
Originating office: School of Law
Previous title(s): Montana State Law School Annual Announcement; Announcement of the Department of Law; Announcement of the School of Law; Law Catalog
Some issues of this serial run are part of the University of Montana Bulletin series. The Bulletin provides additional admissions information and course descriptions for prospective students.
Multiple issues missing.
1992-2001
Series III - 2.15
First-Year Students Entering
Originating office: School of Law
Previous title(s): Second-Year Students
This directory provides a brief summary of the educational background of each first-year School of Law student.
1980-1994
Series III - 2.15
Law School Annual Report
Originating office: School of Law
This is issue no. 561 of the University of Montana Bulletin series. This booklet is an annual report of the Dean of the School of Law to the President of the University.
1976
Series III - 2.15
Law School Fund
Originating office: School of Law
This newsletter details the progress of the Law School Fund campaign to raise money for a new law building wing. One introductory supplement accompanies this serial.
1977-1979
Series III - 2.15
Law School News
Originating office: School of Law
Each year one issue of this newsletter was devoted to the subject of job placement until 1976 when the Placement Issue became a stand-alone publication.
1954-1979
Series III - 2.15
Libel Law of Montana and Other Restrictions upon Printing, Publishing, and Advertising as Applied to Newspapers
Originating office: School of Law
This is issue 115 in the University of Montana Bulletin series. This issue was authored by Leslie J. Ayer, professor of law at the University of Montana.
1915
Series III - 2.15
Montana Law Notes
Originating office: School of Law
This serial was published with the purpose of "continuing the interest of alumni in their Alma Mater, of acquainting the Bar of the State with the facilities of our Law School, and of fostering a larger cooperation with the State Bar by calling attention to interesting recent legislation and decision."
Only one issue exists in the collection.
1929
Series III - 2.15
Montana Tribal Court Newsletter
Originating office: School of Law
This newsletter was published by the School's Indian Law Clinic program.
1985-1987
Series III - 2.15
News
Originating office: School of Law
Previous title(s): Law School and Alumni Newsletter; Montana Law School Newsletter; Law School News Items; Law School News Letter
This newsletter may have been a precursor to Law School News.
Keywords: Phi Delta Phi; Montana Law School Association
1935-1936; 1940-1941
OS 2
News
Originating office: School of Law
Previous title(s): Law School and Alumni Newsletter; Montana Law School Newsletter; Law School News Items; Law School News Letter
This newsletter may have been a precursor to Law School News.
Keywords: Phi Delta Phi; Montana Law School Association
1936; 1937-1938; 1938-1939
Series III - 2.15
Placement Bulletin
Originating office: School of Law
Previous title(s): Placement Issue
The Placement Issue, which provides potential employers with information about recent School of Law graduates, was originally published as part of the Law School News newsletter until 1976 when it was published separately.
1976-1992
Series III - 2.15
The School of Law
Originating office: School of Law
This is issue no. 29 in the University of Montana Booklet series. It provides an overview of the School of Law and its curriculum.
Keywords: World War I
circa 1918
Series III - 2.15
Summer School
Originating office: School of Law
Previous title(s): Summer Session
This pamphlet provides information on the School of Law's summer session courses.
1914-1915
Series III - 2.15
UM Law
Originating office: School of Law
This is a newsletter.
1989-1991
Series III - 2.16
Browsing
Originating office: Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library
This is a newsletter.
1998-2001
Series III - 2.16
Connections
Originating office: Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library
This is a newsletter.
2007-2009; 2013-2017
Series III - 2.16
GRIZNET Tip of the Week…
Originating office: Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library
This handout offers tips on how to search the library catalog. GRIZNET was the online public access catalog for the Mansfield Library.
1995
Series III - 2.16
Mansfield Library Guide
Originating office: Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library
This handout provides information on selected sources, library departments, and online databases.
1995-1998 and undated
Series III - 2.16
Poetry for Lunch
Originating office: Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library
This is an event program for a poetry reading held at the Mansfield Library each spring semester. Undergraduate students attend and read their work produced for an upper-level poetry class.
2008-2016
Series III - 2.16
Progress Report
Originating office: Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library
This annual report was likely compiled for donors and alumni.
2003-2005
Series III - 2.16
Snmipnuntn
Originating office: Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library
This is a newsletter.
Some issues missing.
2011-2017
Series III - 2.16
Guide to Services
Originating office: Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library: Instructional Media Services (IMS)
Previous title(s): Price Guide and Services; Services
This booklet provides information on Instructional Media Services including its services, audiovisual holdings, and policies regarding materials duplication.
1961-1996 and undated
Series III - 2.16
The County Library
Originating office: University of Montana Library
This is issue no. 213 in the University of Montana Bulletin series. The issue was authored by Gertrude Buckhous, a librarian at the University of Montana.
1918
Series III - 2.16
Out of the Stacks
Originating office: University of Montana Library
Previous title(s): From the Library
This newsletter provides information on the recent acquisitions and library services for faculty.
1974-1977
Series III - 2.16
Student Handbook
Originating office: University of Montana Library
Previous title(s): Hints on How To Use the Library
This handout provides University of Montana students with a brief overview of the library and its services.
1955-1962
Series III - 2.18
Mathematical Sciences
Originating office: Department of Mathematical Sciences
Previous title(s): Computer Science, Mathematics and Statistic Newsletter; Departmental Newsletter: Mathematical Sciences; Department of Mathematical Sciences: A Newsletter for Alumni, Faculty, Staff and Friends
This is a newsletter.
1981-2017
Series III - 2.18
Mathematics in the State University
Originating office: Department of Mathematics
This is issue no. 15 in the University of Montana Booklet series. It provides an overview of the department and its course offerings.
Keywords: World War I
circa 1918
Series III - 2.18
Military Training at the State University
Originating office: Department of Military Science
This is issue no. 30 in the University of Montana Bulletin series. It does not list an official originating office, but it contains information about the military training program on campus, activities that are currently overseen by the Department of Military Science.
Keywords: Student Army Training Corps (SATC); World War I; War Department
1918
Series III - 2.18
MCLL News
Originating office: Department of Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures (MCLL)
This is a newsletter.
2006-2007
Series III - 2.18
Lab Tracks
Originating office: Montana Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit
This is a quarterly newsletter of the Wildlife Spatial Analysis Lab overseen by the Montana Cooperative Wildlife Research Unit.
1993
Series III - 2.18
MONTCLIRC
Originating office: Montana Criminal Law Information Research Center
This is a newsletter of MONTCLIRC, a research center overseen by the School of Law and staffed by senior law students.
Keywords: United States Department of Justice
1977-1987
Series III - 2.18
Biennial Report
Originating office: Montana Forest and Conservation Experiment Station (MFCES)
Previous title(s): Annual Report
This report provides an overview of the Station's recent research programs, projects, and publications.
Multiple issues missing.
1978-2000
Series III - 2.19
Bulletin
Originating office: Montana Forest and Conservation Experiment Station (MFCES)
This is a monographic series of faculty papers related to forestry and forestry issues.
Issues 2 and 4 - 47 can be found in this collection. Issues 1 and 3 were never formally published and likely don't exist.
Keywords: forest management; woodlot management; timber sales
1949-1982
Series III - 2.20
Bulletin
Originating office: Montana Forest and Conservation Experiment Station (MFCES)
This is a monographic series of faculty papers related to forestry and forestry issues.
Issues 2 and 4 - 47 can be found in this collection. Issues 1 and 3 were never formally published and likely don't exist.
Keywords: forest management; woodlot management; timber sales
1981-1982
Series III - 2.20
The Farm Woodlot: A Source of Permanent Income if Handled Wisely
Originating office: Montana Forest and Conservation Experiment Station (MFCES)
This is issue no. 367 in the University of Montana Bulletin series. The article was authored by I.V. Anderson, senior forester of the U.S. Forest Service's Northen Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station.
Keywords: logging; timber management
1939
Series III - 2.20
Lubrecht Series
Originating office: Montana Forest and Conservation Experiment Station (MFCES)
This issue, authored by Robert L. Brenner, is titled "The Geology of Lubrecht Experimental Forest." It appears that only one issue of this serial was ever published.
1968
Series III - 2.20
Research Note
Originating office: Montana Forest and Conservation Experiment Station (MFCES)
Previous title(s): Montana Forestry Notes; Research Notes
This is a monographic series of short papers published annually by School of Forestry faculty and students. Issues in the collection include: "Soil Temperatures in the Lubrecht Experimental Forest," "Glacier Park Chalet Visits," "Accuracy of the Topographic Abney in Long-Distance Sighting," "Summary of Man-caused Fires in Montana," "A Simple Technique for Placing Cambium Temperature Sensors and for Determining Tissue Mortality in Young Trees," "Fertilization in Western Larch Forests," "Natural Distribution of Western Larch and Subalpine Larch," "A Cost Analysis of the 1967 Hand-Planting Projects in the Northern Rocky Mountain Region," "Bark Thickness, k., Factors for Four Montana Coniferous Tree Species," "Determining the Volume of Chip Piles Using Small-Camera, Vertical Aerial Photography," "The Effect of Piling and Burning versus Chopping of Logging Residues on Natural Regneration of Serotinous Lodgepole Pine Forests," "Relationship of D.B.H. to Stump Diameter for Four Montana Coniferous Species," "Economic Based Multipliers and the Wildland-Based Economy of Montana," "Silvicultural Activities of Public Organizations and Forest Industry in Montana, 1976-1978," "Soil, Moisture and Temperature Regimes in Beaverhead County, Montana," "Some Economic Aspects of the Deadwood Harvest on the Bitterroot National Forest," "Streamflow Regionalization in Western Montana," "Using Height-Diameter Curves to Estimate Site Index in Old-Growth Western Larch Stands," "Thinning and Scenic Attractiveness in Second-Growth Forests," "Willows and Moose: A Study of Grazing Pressure, Slough Creek Exclosure, Montana, 1961-1986," and "Procedures for Minimizing Bear-Human Conflicts While Investigating Ungulate Mortality in Northwestern Montana."
Missing issue nos. 15, 18, 21, and 23.
1964-1992
Series III - 2.20
Special Publication
Originating office: Montana Forest and Conservation Experiment Station (MFCES)
This is a monographic serial. Issues in this collection include: "Forestry's Fifty at M.S.U.," "Recreation at Libby Reservoir-An International Opportunity for Regional Development," "Microscopic Identification of Commercial Chilean Woods," and "Indigenous Plants of Southeastern Montana."
1963-1977
Series III - 2.20
Study Report
Originating office: Montana Forest and Conservation Experiment Station (MFCES)
This issue, authored by Wilfred H. Poliquin is titled Robert L. Brenner, is titled "A Hydrologic Analysis of the North Fork Experimental Watershed." A longer version of this title was originally published as a master's thesis in 1967.
It seems that only one issue of this serial was ever published.
1971
Series III - 2.20
Western Wildlands
Originating office: Montana Forest and Conservation Experiment Station (MFCES)
This quarterly natural resource journal ceased publication following its Fall 1992 issue due to increasing costs and tighter budgets.
For a subject index, see also Western Wildlands Index in Series III (Academic Departments and Centers), subseries 3 (Publications and Reports).
Keywords: natural resource management; environmental policy; wilderness management
1974-1975
Series III - 2.21
Western Wildlands
Originating office: Montana Forest and Conservation Experiment Station (MFCES)
This quarterly natural resource journal ceased publication following its Fall 1992 issue due to increasing costs and tighter budgets.
For a subject index, see also Western Wildlands Index in Series III (Academic Departments and Centers), subseries 3 (Publications and Reports).
Keywords: natural resource management; environmental policy; wilderness management
1976-1985
Series III - 2.22
Western Wildlands
Originating office: Montana Forest and Conservation Experiment Station (MFCES)
This quarterly natural resource journal ceased publication following its Fall 1992 issue due to increasing costs and tighter budgets.
For a subject index, see also Western Wildlands Index in Series III (Academic Departments and Centers), subseries 3 (Publications and Reports).
Keywords: natural resource management; environmental policy; wilderness management
1985-1992
Series III - 2.23
Montana Masquers Programs
Originating office: Montana Masquers
These are event programs for Montana Masquers theatre productions.
See also materials produced by Quill and Dagger, students of Dramatic Presentation, students of the English Department, the Players Club, and the Dramatic Club.
Keywords: Little Theatre; Simpkins Little Theatre; Masquer Theatre
1911-1978 and undated
Series III - 2.23
Script Exchange Bulletin
Originating office: Montana State University Radio Guild
This newsletter includes an index of available radio drama scripts that could be obtained by universities who were members of the script exchange program. Some of the participating universities include Brigham Young University, Montana State College (Bozeman), University of Denver, Stanford University, and University of Arizona.
1949
Series III - 2.23
Announcement of the Department of Music
Originating office: Department of Music
This is issue no. 95 of the University of Montana Bulletin series. It provides additional information on the courses offered by the Department of Music.
1914
Series III - 2.23
Careers in Music
Originating office: School of Music
Previous title(s): Music…As a Career
This is issue no. 7 as well as two unnumbered issues in the Educational Opportunities Bulletin series. This booklet provides information about career opportunities available to those with a degree in music.
1949-1957 and undated
Series III - 2.23
Music Department Newsletter (for Students Interested in Music)
Originating office: Department of Music
1993
Series III - 2.23
Music School Newsletter
Originating office: School of Music
1955-1956
Series III - 2.23
Schedule of Events
Originating office: Department of Music
Previous title(s): Calendar of Events
Multiple years missing.
1990-2000
Series III - 2.23
The School of Music: Its Plans and Purposes
Originating office: School of Music
This is issue no. 16 in the University of Montana Booklet series. It provides an overview of the School of Music program and the courses it offered.
Keywords: World War I
circa 1918
Series III - 2.23
Annual Report
Originating office: Native American Studies Program
This booklet provides information on the history of the Native American Studies Program as well as its objectives for the following year.
1977
Series III - 2.23
Native American Studies Newsletter
Originating office: Department of Native American Studies
For additional information on the Department of Native American Studies as well as the Kyiyo Club, see the Carling I. Malouf Papers collection, MSS 640.
Keywords: American Indian Heritage Day
2003-2006
Series III - 2.23
Native Newsline
Originating office: Department of Native American Studies
This is a newsletter.
Keywords: Kyi-Yo Conference
1992-1993
Series III - 2.23
OBE Graduate Student Newsletter
Originating office: Organismal Biology and Ecology Program
Only two issues exist in the collection.
1998-1999
Series III - 2.23
Annual Report
Originating office: Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences
This report provides a summary of the department's goals, faculty development, professional program development, student recruitment, and achivements as well as a funding summary.
1993-1998
Series III - 2.23
Pharmacy Information Bulletin
Originating office: School of Pharmacy and Allied Health Sciences
Previous title(s): Announcement of the School of Pharmacy; Bulletin; Pharmacy Bulletin
Some issues in this serial run are part of the University of Montana Bulletin series. The bulletin provides additional information on the pharmacy degree program and courses offered by the department.
Multiple issues missing.
1914-1932
Series III - 2.24
Pharmacy Information Bulletin
Originating office: School of Pharmacy and Allied Health Sciences
Previous title(s): Announcement of the School of Pharmacy; Bulletin; Pharmacy Bulletin
Some issues in this serial run are part of the University of Montana Bulletin series. The bulletin provides additional information on the pharmacy degree program and courses offered by the department.
Multiple issues missing.
1957-1997
Series III - 2.24
Alumni Newsletter
Originating office: School of Pharmacy
Previous title(s): Pharmacy Newsletter; Pharmacy Rx Newsletter
Multiple issues missing.
1987-2014
Series III - 2.24
Montana Pharmacist
Originating office: School of Pharmacy
This is a newsletter.
Some issues missing.
1941-1954
Series III - 2.24
Pharmacy…As a Career
Originating office: School of Pharmacy
This is issue no. 1 in the Educational Opportunities Bulletin series as well as two consecutive editions. It provides an overview of the pharmacy program for prospective students.
1946-1950 and undated
Series III - 2.24
The School of Pharmacy: Its Plans and Purposes
Originating office: School of Pharmacy
This is issue no. 24 of the University of Montana Booklet series. It provides an overview of the program.
Keywords: World War I
circa 1918
Series III - 2.24
The State University of Montana School of Pharmacy
Originating office: School of Pharmacy
These are issue nos. 6 and 43 in the University of Montana Folder series. They provide an overview of the pharmacy program for prospective students.
1920-1921
Series III - 2.24
Physical Education in the State University
Originating office: Department of Physical Education
This is issue no. 20 in the University of Montana Booklet series. It provides a brief overview of the program.
Keywords: World War I
circa 1918
Series III - 2.24
The Division of Physical Sciences: Chemistry, Geology, Home Economics, Mathematics, Physics
Originating office: Division of Physical Sciences
This is issue no. 8 in the Educational Opportunities Booklet (Bulletin) series. It provides an overview of the different degree programs offered by the Division.
circa 1950
Series III - 2.24
Alumni Newsletter
Originating office: School of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science
Previous title(s): Physical Therapy; News for Alumni and Friends
Multiple issues missing.
1981; 2004-2015
Series III - 2.24
Issues in Political Science: A Journal of Student Papers
Originating office: Department of Political Science
This student-produced serial is described as "An Occassional Publication by the Department of Political Science."
1971-1972
Series III - 2.24
The Montana Political Journal
Originating office: Department of Political Science
This scholarly journal was published quarterly and the articles were likely authored by faculty members in the department.
Keywords: Cold War
1968-1970
Series III - 2.24
Political Science Department Newsletter
Originating office: Department of Political Science
2006-2007
Series III - 2.24
Policy Forum
Originating office: Center for Population Research
This biannual newsletter was published and is described as "Reports of Public Policy Research in the Social and Behavioral Sciences."
Only three issues exist in the collection.
1989-1991
Series III - 2.24
Nurses' Training Course: Preparatory to Hospital Training
Originating office: Pre-Nursing Program; Office of the Chancellor
Previous title(s): Announcement of a Nurses' Preparatory Course
These are issue nos. 2 and 23 in the University of Montana Booklet series. One of them was produced by the Office of the Chancellor. They provide a brief overview of the program. Issue no. 2 provides information about the pre-nursing program at the State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts-Bozeman (Montana State University).
Keywords: State Board of Nurse Examiners; World War I; summer session
1917-1918
Series III - 2.24
Montana Broadcasters Directory
Originating office: Bureau of Press and Broadcasting Research
Previous title(s): Directory of Montana Broadcasters
This directory provides information about Montana-based broadcasting companies. Details such as address, phone number, company officers, and hours of operation are available in the booklet.
1959-1969
Series III - 2.24
Keeping Pace with The University of Montana PACE Project
Originating office: Project PACE
This is a newsletter produced by the UM PACE Project, which stands for PArtnership for Comprehensive Equity.
2007-2009
Series III - 2.24
Graded Intelligence Tests
Originating office: Department of Psychology
These are issue nos. 233-236 in the University of Montana Bulletin series. Each issue provides a blank test that can be administered to a specific group of grade school or college students for the purposes of measuring intelligence. The tests were arranged and standardized by Franklin O. Smith, University faculty member.
1920
Series III - 2.25
The Psychology of Skill with Special Reference To Its Acquisition in Typewriting
Originating office: Department of Psychology
This is issue no. 53 in the University of Montana Bulletin: Psychological series. The publication was authored by William Frederick Book, professor of philosophy at the University of Montana.
1908
Series III - 2.25
Psychology in the State University
Originating office: Department of Psychology
This is issue no. 18 of the University of Montana Booklet series. It provides a brief overview of the department.
Keywords: World War I
circa 1918
Series III - 2.25
News of the Montana School of Religion
Originating office: Montana School of Religion
This is a newsletter.
Only one issue exists in the collection.
1955
Series III - 2.25
Summer Program
Originating office: Montana School of Religion
Previous title(s): Summer Session
This pamphlet describes the religion courses offered during summer session.
1926-1927
Series III - 2.25
A Week of Religious Emphasis
Originating office: Montana School of Religion
This event program provides information on the different speakers and meetings held during this annual conference.
Keywords: Student Religious Council; Missoula Ministerial Association
1948-1955
Series III - 2.25
Newsletter for Friends of Religious Studies
Originating office: Department of Religious Studies
Only one issue exists in the collection.
1988
Series III - 2.25
Preliminary Announcement
Originating office: Department of Social Work
This booklet provides an overview of the department and its course offerings.
1951
Series III - 2.25
Anthropology and Sociology Papers
Originating office: Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Welfare
This monographic series features short, scholarly articles likely written by faculty and students in the department. Carling Malouf was the editor of the publication. Titles include Archaeological Data from the Gates of the Mountains; The Archaeology of the Vicinity of Great Falls, Montana; Archaeological Notes on the Madison and Jefferson Rivers; Notes on the Archaeology of the Big Hole Region, Montana; The New Guinea Native as I Knew Him; Molded Pottery among the Kutenai Indians; Archaeological Studies of Aboriginal Occupation Sites in Northwestern North Dakota; "Firsts" among the Flathead Lake Kutenai; Archaeological Finds Around Denton, Fergus County, Montana; The Battle Pits of the "Koyokees"; The Archaeology of the Canyon Ferry Region, Montana; Recollections of Lasso Stasso; Preliminary Investigations of an Aboriginal Occupation Site Near Sanish, North Dakota; Comments on the Use and Distribution of Tipi Rings in Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wyoming; Archaeological Sites in the Flathead Lake Region, Montana: A Symposium; The Hellgate Survey: A Preliminary Archaeological Reconnaissance of the Hell Gate Canyon Area, Montana; Scarred Trees in Western Montana; Ten Animal Myths of the Flathead Indians; Tipi Rings in the Flathead Lake Area, Western Montana; Pictographs in Central Montana; Pictographs in Central Montana, Part II, Panels Near Great Falls, Montana; Considerations on the Problems of Vandalism and Pot-hunting in American Archaeology; Memorial Issue (in Memory of Carl Christopher Koetter and Ronald C. Jennewein); Remnant Forms of Folk Narrative Among the Upper Pend d'Oreille Indians.
1950-1963
Series III - 2.25
Center for Teaching Excellence News
Originating office: Center for Teaching Exellence
This newsletter may have been the precursor to "Mediated Learning."
1999-2000
Series III - 2.25
Mediated Learning
Originating office: Center for Teaching Exellence
This is a newsletter.
2001-2006
Series III - 2.26
Spring Commencement
Originating office: College of Technology (COT)
This is the commencement program for the College of Technology (later renamed Missoula College).
1995-2001
Series III - 2.26
Non-Resident Travel in Montana: An Economic Report
Originating office: Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research (ITRR)
This publication is part of the Research Report series, which provides statistical analysis of the economic impact of tourism and recreation in Montana.
Only one issue exists in the collection.
1988
Series III - 2.26
Outlook for Travel and Tourism in Montana
Originating office: Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research (ITRR)
This brief handout provides economic projections about the tourism industry in Montana.
1992-1993
Series III - 2.26
Research Note
Originating office: Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research (ITRR)
This series of short reports describes the economic impact of non-resident travel and expenditures in Montana.
Multiple issues missing.
1991-1993
Series III - 2.26
University of Montana Bulletin: Biological Series
Originating office: University of Montana Biological Station
These are part of the University of Montana Bulletin series in a special subseries known as the Biological Series. Each bulletin is titled individually. Titles include: "Summer Birds of Flathead Lake," "A Biological Reconnoissance in the Vicinity of Flathead Lake," "The Butterflies of Montana," "A List of Fishes of Montana," "Lectures at Flathead Lake," "Additional Notes to Summer Birds of Flathead Lake with Special Reference to Swan Lake," "Montana Botany Notes," "Lichens and Mosses of Montana," and "Pictured Rocks: Indian Writings on the Rock Cliffs of Flathead Lake, Montana."
See also Summer Session Bulletin produced by the Flathead Lake Biological Station.
1902-1910
Series III - 2.26
Newsletter
University of Montana Upward Bound Program
The Upward Bound Program at the University of Montana is a grant-funded program that offers enhanced educational opportunities to lower-income high school students to help them finish high school and prepare them for college.
1990-1993
Series III - 2.26
Upward Bound
University of Montana Upward Bound Program
This is a literary magazine produced by students in the Upward Bound Program. The Upward Bound Program at the University of Montana is a grant-funded program that offers enhanced educational opportunities to lower-income high school students to help them finish high school and prepare them for college.
1972-1982 and undated
OS 2
Events Calendar
Originating office: College of Visual and Performing Arts
Previous title(s): Fine Arts Calendar; Calendar of Events
This calendar lists most events hosted and organized by the College including art exhibitions and shows, dance and music recitals, concerts, and plays.
1962-2018
Series III - 2.26
Events Calendar
Originating office: College of Visual and Performing Arts
Previous title(s): Fine Arts Calendar; Calendar of Events
This calendar lists most events hosted and organized by the College including art exhibitions and shows, dance and music recitals, concerts, and plays.
1967-1992
Series III - 2.26
Magazine
Originating office: College of Visual and Performing Arts
This is a newsletter.
Only one issue exists in the collection.
2014
Series III - 2.26
Odyssey of the Stars: A Celebrations of Artistic Journeys
Originating office: College of Visual and Performing Arts
These are invitations and event programs to the Odyssey of the Stars event, a talent showcase "to benefit the College of Visual and Performing Arts Scholarship Fund."
2003-2018
Series III - 2.27
Annual Report
Originating office: Wilderness Institute
This is the director's report on the organization, programs, and projects of the Institute as well as a financial summary.
1993
Series III - 2.27
Special Publication
Originating office: Wilderness Institute
This is issue no. 1 of the series titled "Wolf Identification: A Field Guide." This publication was produced in part by the Montana Forest and Conservation Experiment Station (MFCES).
Keywords: Wolf Ecology Project
1979
Series III - 2.27
Wilderness and Civilization Newsletter
Originating office: Wilderness Institute
1986
Series III - 2.27
Words On Wilderness
Originating office: Wilderness Institute
This is a newsletter.
1975-1978; 1982-1995
OS 1
Words On Wilderness
Originating office: Wilderness Institute
This is a newsletter.
1978-1979; 1983-1984; 1987
Series III - 2.27
Women's Studies Newsletter
Originating office: Women's Studies Program
Keywords: National Women's History Month
1993-2003
Series III - 2.27
Bulletin
Originating office: Writing Center
This is a newsletter.
2004-2007
Subseries 3: Publications and Reports
2.0 linear feet
This subseries contains art exhibit catalogs, departmental information handbooks, lectures, indexes to scholarly publications, and booklets with prospective student information.
These items are organized alphabetically by originating office and then by publication title.
1927-2017
Box
Series III - 3.1
Graduate Program in the American Indian Arts
Originating office: American Indian Arts Program
This booklet provides information on the program, its students, and affiliated faculty members.
circa 1970s
Series III - 3.1
Exhibit Catalog
Originating office: Department of Art
These catalogs were produced for individual art exhibits held on campus. The graduate student exhibits were held at various galleries including the Missoula Museum of the Arts, the Paxson Gallery and the Gallery of Visual Arts.
1987-1993
Series III - 3.1
Currents of Change
Originating office: Division of Biological Sciences
This is a Project IBS-CORE program report. Project IBS-CORE (Integrated Biological Science Courses Organized Around Research Experiences) was a research initiative funded by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute that provided undergraduates with hands-on research experience.
2003
Series III - 3.1
The Division of Biological Sciences
Originating office: Division of Biological Sciences
This booklet offers information about the division and provides one-page summaries of each faculty member's research area and teaching philosophy.
1990?
Series III - 3.1
Journal of Discovery
Originating office: Division of Biological Sciences
This is a Project IBS-CORE program report. Project IBS-CORE (Integrated Biological Science Courses Organized Around Research Experiences) was a research initiative funded by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute that provided undergraduates with hands-on research experience.
2003
Media 1
Science under the Big Sky: The University of Montana
Originating office: Division of Biological Sciences; Department of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences; College of Forestry and Conservation
This recruitment DVD contains prospective student information on the Biological Sciences Division including its chemistry, wildlife biology, bioomedical and pharmaceutical sciences degree programs.
This DVD was produced in part by the following offices: Admissions and the College of Arts and Sciences.
circa 2000s
Series III - 3.1
Intern Handbook
Originating office: Blackfeet Educational Training Complex
This booklet provides information about the Teacher Corps program which was funded by Title V of the Higher Education Act and was a collaborative effort between the Browning Public Schools and other Reservation schools and the University of Montana.
1980-1981
Series III - 3.1
Introducing MBA Class of 1983
Originating office: School of Business Administration
This is a resume booklet that lists the degrees and professional qualifications of 1983 MBA graduates.
1983
Series III - 3.1
List of Publications
Originating office: Bureau of Business and Economic Research (BBER)
This booklet provides a list of titles published by BBER.
1958; 1970
Series III - 3.1
Special Report on the University of Montana Business Student: His Employment Acceptance Pattern and Attitudes Toward Employment Opportunities
Originating office: Bureau of Business and Economic Research (BBER)
"This special report deals with the emigration and employment pattern of the 1966 graduates of the School of Business Administration at the University of Montana."
1966
Series III - 3.1
The University of Montana and Missoula: Economic Interdependence
Originating office: Bureau of Business and Economic Research (BBER)
This report assesses the University's economic impact on the Missoula community.
1988
Series III - 3.1
Communication Studies Handbook
Originating office: Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
This booklet provides a brief description of the Department and the courses it offers.
1993
Series III - 3.1
Advanced Degree Programs in Personnel Services
Originating office: School of Education
This booklet provides information on graduate degree programs that focus on personnel services including student counseling.
circa 1970s
Series III - 3.1
Handbook for Student Teachers and Classroom Supervising Teachers
Originating office: School of Education
Previous title(s): Handbook for Student Teachers and Supervising Teachers
1967; 1973; 1977; 1981
Series III - 3.1
Handbook II: Professional Practicum Quarter
Originating office: School of Education
This booklet provides student teachers with information on developing a successful practicum.
1970
Series III - 3.1
Seventy-fifth Anniversary: School of Education 1930-2005
Originating office: School of Education
This booklet discusses the School's history, achievements, and mission.
2005
Series III - 3.1
Teacher Education Policy Handbook
Originating office: School of Education
This booklet provides information on "what needs to be accomplished to earn elementary or secondary teacher certification through the University of Montana and the State of Montana."
1989; 1990
Series III - 3.1
Theses, Professional Papers, and Dissertations
Originating office: School of Education
This is a bibliographic list of theses, professional papers, and dissertations produced by School of Education graduates. The list is organized alphabetically by author's last name.
1962
Series III - 3.1
Summer in Montana: Courses in English
Originating office: Department of English
This small booklet was a preliminary announcement of summer session courses offered by the Department of English.
For additional information on summer session courses offered by the English Department, see also Summer Session Course Catalog in Series II (Student Services), subseries 1 (A Serials).
1927
Series III - 3.1
Eloise Knowles Memorial
Originating office: Department of Fine Arts
This hand-made booklet was likely produced by student in the Fine Arts Department. It lists the names of all individuals who donated money for the Eloise Knowles memorial tablet. The tablet is currently displayed in the Fine Arts building.
1937
Series III - 3.1
Exhibit Catalog
Originating office: Department of Fine Arts
This catalog was produced for an art exhibit of American paintings and the dedication of the art gallery in the Woman's Club - Art Building (currently the International Center).
1937
Series III - 3.1
Exhibit Catalog
Originating office: School of Fine Arts
These catalogs were produced for individual art exhibits held on campus.
1989-1992
Series III - 3.1
School of Fine Arts
Originating office: School of Fine Arts
This booklet was created to provide prospective students with information about the program.
circa 1970s
Series III - 3.1
You and Foreign Languages at the University of Montana
Originating office: Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures (FLL)
This booklet was prepared by the department "to assist students and their advisors" by providing the academic majors and minors, graduate programs, study abroad opportunities, and course descriptions.
1983-1984
Series III - 3.1
Report
Originating office: College of Forestry and Conservation
This annual report provides information for alumni and donors about the program's current research projects.
2014
Series III - 3.1
Master's Program
Originating office: Department of Geology
This booklet provides a brief introduction to the department as well as information on its graduate studies program including advising, course work, research assistantships, and transfer credits.
1980
Series III - 3.1
Strategy 2020
Originating office: Department of Geosciences
A small action report that briefly summaries the department's mission and actions it has taken to reach its goals.
2014?
Series III - 3.2
Abstracts of Master's Theses
Originating office: Graduate School
These three volumes provide an abstract for every masters thesis produced at the University of Montana from 1950-1961.
1950-1951; 1952-1959; 1960-1961
Series III - 3.2
Graduate Programs: Handbook for American Indian Students and their Families
Originating office: Graduate School
ca. 1997
Series III - 3.2
Graduate Studies
Originating office: Graduate School
This booklet "outlines the graduate programs and courses offered at Montana State University."
1965
Series III - 3.2
Health and Medical Sciences
Originating office: Graduate School
This booklet provides prospective students with information about the health and medical sciences programs available through the University of Montana.
1968
Series III - 3.2
Publications of the Faculty
Originating office: Graduate School
Previous title(s): Faculty Research Publications
These booklets list titles published by University of Montana faculty members. The list is organized alphabetically by department name then author's last name.
This publication was originally produced by the Committee on Research.
1952; 1957; 1963
Series III - 3.2
Health-Physical Education-Athletics
Originating office: Department of Health, Physical Education and Athletics
This booklet provides information about the department and its degree programs.
circa 1950s
Series III - 3.2
History Handbook
Originating office: Department of History
This academic advising booklet was produced to give prospective history students more information about the department and its available courses.
1980; 1987; 1989; 1990
Series III - 3.2
Interpersonal Communication Handbook
Originating office: Department of Interpersonal Communication
This academic advising booklet provides information on the department and its available courses.
This publication was produced with the assistance of Admissions.
1990
Series III - 3.2
All about the School of Journalism
Originating office: School of Journalism
This booklet provides information about the graduating class of journalism students. It also lists the names of students who served during World War II and the names of students who died while serving in the war.
1945
Series III - 3.2
Covering a Century: 100 Years of Montana's Journalism School
Originating office: School of Journalism
This magazine was produced for the School of Journalism's centennial and provides a decade-by-decade look at the school's achievements.
2014
Series III - 3.2
A Specimen Book of Type…faces
Originating office: School of Journalism
This book of typefaces was compiled by students in Advanced Typography 39.
Keywords: typographical composition
1944
Series III - 3.2
The Unabomber in Montana: 10 Years After
Originating office: School of Journalism
This magazine offers an analysis of the media coverage of Ted Kaczynski (the Unabomber), his arrest, and the subsequent trial. It also features an article about the School of Journalism students who took some of the first pictures of Kacynski after his arrest.
2006
Series III - 3.2
Academic Planning Project: Interim Report
Originating office: School of Law
This report details the Law School's progress during a four-year review of its academic program and restructuring of its first-year curriculum.
circa 1980s
Series III - 3.2
Dedication and History: School of Law
Originating office: School of Law
This booklet was produced for the dedication of the Law School building, completed in 1961. It provides a brief history of the school and its accomplishments.
1961
Series III - 3.2
Law School Fund
Originating office: School of Law
This small booklet provides information on the Law School's fundraising campaign to pay for the construction of an addition to the Law School building.
1977
Series III - 3.2
Law Student Handbook
Originating office: School of Law
1985-1986
Series III - 3.2
Legal Directory
Originating office: School of Law
Previous title(s): Legal Directory of the School of Law
This is a directory of Law School alumni.
This publication was produced with the assistance of the U of M Law Association.
1966; 1972; 1978
Series III - 3.2
Pre-Law Handbook
Originating office: School of Law
"This handbook is intended as a guide to students interested in going to law school. It includes basic advice and information."
This publication was produced with the assistance of the Pre-Law Advising Committee.
1982; 1990
Series III - 3.2
School of Law: Commemorating Twenty-Five Years
Originating office: School of Law
This booklet was produced for the Law School's silver anniversary. It provides general information about the school and includes a directory of Law School alumni.
1936-1937
Series III - 3.2
GRIZNET Guide
Originating office: Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library
This booklet provides information on how to use GRIZNET, the Mansfield Library's former online public access catalog, including search limits, search hints, and subject keyword searches.
circa 1990s
Series III - 3.3
A Guide
Originating office: Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library
This small booklet provides general information about the library including hours of operation, reference services, and collection descriptions.
1990
Series III - 3.3
Indexed, Annotated Cartobibliography of the University of Montana Mansfield Library Historical Map Collection
Originating office: Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library
1983
Series III - 3.3
Guide to Manuscripts
Originating office: Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library: Archives and Special Collections
This bound volume provides a comprehensive list of the processed manuscript collections available in the Archives and Special Collections.
1995
Series III - 3.3
OPI Films at IMS
Originating office: Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library: Instructional Media Services
This guide provides a comprehensive list of the Office of Public Instruction films available for rent through Instructional Media Services.
ca. 1982
Series III - 3.3
Guide to Manuscript Collections
Originating office: University of Montana Library: Archives
This guide provides a comprehensive list of processed and in process manuscript collections available in the Archives.
1969
Series III - 3.3
Manuscripts
Originating office: University of Montana Library: Archives
This guide provides a comprehensive list of the processed and unprocessed manuscript collections available in the Archives.
1970
Series III - 3.3
A Selected List of Photographs Available from University of Montana Library
Originating office: University of Montana Library: Instructional Materials Services; University of Montana Library: Archives
This guide provides a selected list of photographs available from the library archives. Copies of the photos could be requested through IMS.
1973
Series III - 3.3
Non-Print Materials
Originating office: University of Montana Library: Instructional Media Services
This is an index of the literary works of American, British, and other authors available on audio, filmstrip, or phonodisc.
1977
Series III - 3.3
An Undergraduate Guide to the Study of Mathematics
Originating office: Department of Mathematical Sciences
Previous title(s): Guide to Mathematics at the University of Montana
This handbook provides information for students interested in obtaining a degree in mathematics.
1974; 1995
Series III - 3.3
Cadet Handbook
Originating office: Department of Military Science and Tactics
This booklet contains information on the ROTC cadet program at the University of Montana including a description of the military science degree program, instructions on how to wear one's uniform, and program activities.
1955-1956 and undated
Series III - 3.3
Military Science: A Summary of Army ROTC at the University of Montana
Originating office: Department of Military Science
circa 1950s
Series III - 3.3
Western Wildlands Index
Originating office: Montana Forest and Conservation Experiment Station (MFCES)
This is a subject index to all 18 issues of the Western Wildlands serial.
Actual issues of the serial can be found in Series III (Academic Departments and Centers), subseries 2 (B Serials).
ca. 1992
Series III - 3.3
Complete List of Plays Produced by the Montana Masquers from September 1918 to September 1947
Originating office: Montana Masquers
For plays written and performed by Department of Drama Students, see also Original Plays in Series IV (Student Organizations and Publications), subseries 3 (Publications and Reports). For additional information about theatrical performances by University of Montana student groups, see also materials produced by Quill and Dagger, students of Dramatic Presentation, students of the English Department, the Players Club, and the Dramatic Club.
1947?
Series III - 3.3
The Art of the State: 120 Artworks for 120 Years
Originating office: Montana Museum of Art and Culture (MMAC)
This bound volume provides information on and pictures of selected works of arts held in the Montana Museum of Art and Culture's permanent collection. The book was researched and authored by Brandon Reintjes, former Curator of Art at the MMAC, and Cheryl Leibold, former archivist at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.
2013
Series III - 3.3
Auction Catalog
Originating office: Montana Museum of Art and Culture (MMAC)
This auction catalog has no official title and was produced for the Best of the West Art Auction, a fundraiser for the MMAC. The booklet provides pictures of each piece of art available for auction as well as short biographical summaries of the artists.
2002
Series III - 3.3
Chamber Chorale
Originating office: School of Music
This vinyl record contains a performance by the School of Music's Chamber Chorale. Side two contains a message from UM President Richard C. Bowers titled "A Tradition of Excellence."
circa 1970s
Series III - 3.3
School of Music Presents a Festival of Music in Observance of the Dedication of Its New Music Building
Originating office: School of Music
This event program provides a brief history of the School of Music as well as a listing of events scheduled for the dedication of the new Music School building.
1953
Series III - 3.3
Twenty-fifth Anniversary: School of Music
Originating office: School of Music
This booklet provides information on the School of Music faculty and lists the school's alumni by year of graduation. It also includes a small section on "Homes of the Music School" which details the various campus buildings that served as the location of the school.
1939
Series III - 3.3
A Conference on American Indian Culture and Education
Originating office: Native American Studies Program
This booklet provides a schedule of events and a list of the conference consultants.
This publication was produced in conjunction with the School of Education and the Center for Continuing Education and Summer Programs.
Keywords: Indians for Education Opportunity
1978
Series III - 3.3
Indian Careers in Health
Originating office: Native American Studies Program
The Indian Studies in Health Program was "designed to recruit Indian students into health professions. The major areas of recruitment were the seven reservations in Montana." This booklet lists the program objectives and the various allied health courses available through the program.
Keywords: health professions recruitment; ethno-botany research project; pharmacy
circa 1970s
Series III - 3.3
May Our Education not Betray Our Traditions
Originating office: Native American Studies Program
This discussion guide was designed to "lead to a better understanding of Native Americans who live in a bicultural world as American Indians and as 20th century American citizens." It includes a glossary of terms, a historical narrative of Native American education, a list of discussion topics and questions, and a brief bibliography.
This study guide was produced in part by the Kyi-Yo Indian Club. A DVD [originally a VHS tape] with additional information was produced to accompany the guide.
1982
Media 1
May Our Education not Betray Our Traditions
Originating office: Native American Studies Program
This DVD accompanies the study guide produced with the same title.
1982
Series III - 3.3
A Guide to Pronunciation of Place Names in Montana
Originating office: Bureau of Press and Broadcasting Research
1959
Series III - 3.3
Style Guide
Originating office: Bureau of Press and Broadcasting Research
This is a handbook of copyediting rules for journalism students and journalists.
See also the School of Journalism's Style Book in Series III (Academic Departments and Centers), subseries 2 (B Serials).
Both the 9th and 10th editions of this title are available in this collection.
1962; 1969
Series III - 3.3
Building for Christian Leadership
Originating office: Montana School of Religion
This booklet describes the history and organization of the School of Religion, the religious activities and courses available to students, and the religious leaders active on campus.
1928-1929
Series III - 3.3
A Montana School of Religion: Its Purpose, Plan and Courses
Originating office: Montana School of Religion
1924-1925 and undated
Series III - 3.4
An Economic Review of the Travel Industry in Montana
Originating office: Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research (ITRR)
There are two editions available in the collection.
2000; 2014
Series III - 3.4
Exhibit Catalog
Originating office: University of Montana Museum of Fine Arts
These catalogs have no official title and were produced for individual art exhibits held on campus. Catalogs exist for exhibits of work held by or created by the following: George and Elinor Poindexter Collection, photographer Richard S. Buswell, artist Henry Meloy, master printer Peter R. Koch, and David C. Earhart Collection. The Earhart Collection catalog is autographed by Earhart.
1987-2001
Series III - 3.4
Exhibit Catalog
Originating office: Gallery of Visual Arts
These catalogs have no official title and were produced for individual art exhibits held on campus. Catalogs exist for exhibits of work held by or created by the following: sculptor Ken Dawson Little, Department of Art faculty, and artist Julius Seyler. Catalogs also exist for the following exhibitions: The Great House, art and furnishings of a 19th century Chinese house; Indian Basketry of the West, coordinated by Joel Bernstein and Glenda Clay Bradshaw; and Germany in Montana, an exhibit of contemporary German art.
1976-1994 and undated
Series III - 3.4
Montana Repertory Theatre 50th Anniversary
College of Visual and Performing Arts
This booklet celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Montana Repertory Theatre.
2017
Series III - 3.4
The Wilderness Institute: Its First Five Years, 1974-1979
Originating office: Wilderness Institute
"This document presents a written description of the body and soul of the Wilderness Institute. It describes the history and rationale of the organization's creation; its objectives and resulting structure and administration; the nature of human involvment in the institute; its sources and uses of funding; its program accomplishments; and its immediate future."
1979
Subseries 4: Ephemera
3.0 linear feet
This subseries contains pamphlets, leaflets, flyers, and small booklets with information on departmental events, student information, academic lectures, scholarships, workshops, and graduate studies.
The materials are organized alphabetically by the originating office title listed on the most recently published piece of ephemera in the folder and then chronologically.
1895-2018
Box
Series III - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: School for Administrative Leadership
Keywords: timber management; natural resources management; public speaking; conservation economics
1949-1973
Series III - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: African-American Studies Program
Keywords: Ulysses Doss; Tunde Adeleke; Black Studies Program
ca. 1970s; 2008
Series III - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Department of Anthropology
Keywords: graduate studies; prospective student information
1969-2011
Series III - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: School of Art
Keywords: exhibits; prospective student information; Montana Art Interscholastics High School Art Festival; American Indian Arts
1921-2014 and undated
OS Folder 10
Miscellaneous
Originating office: School of Art
Keywords: exhibits; prospective student information; Montana Art Interscholastics High School Art Festival; American Indian Arts
1977-1993 and undated
Series III - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Bacteriology Department
Keywords: prospective student information
1957
Series III - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Division of Biological Sciences
Keywords: summer institute; National Science Foundation; Flathead Lake Biological Station; Philip L. Wright Zoological Museum; wolf ecology course
1961-1997
Series III - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Center of Excellence in Biotechnology
Keywords: program information; Montana Science and Technology Alliance; technology; information; grant program
circa 1988
Series III - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Blackfeet Educational Training Complex
Keywords: Teacher Corps Project; Browning School District
1980-1981
Series III - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Department of Botany
Keywords: prospective student information; graduate studies
1966-1986 and undated
Series III - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Bitterroot College
Keywords: symposium, commencement
2016-2017
Series III - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: School of Business Administration
Keywords: prospective student information; graduate studies; building dedication; CPA coaching course; correspondence courses
1941-2015 and undated
Series III - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Bureau of Business and Economic Research (BBER)
Keywords: Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes; Flathead Nation; survey questionnaires
1968-2015 and undated
Series III - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Division of Business Education
These materials are related to courses in business education that were offered during summer session through the School of Education and the School of Business Administration.
For additional materials related to business education courses, see the Experience Teacher Fellowship Program ephemera.
Keywords: Gregg Methods Conference
1955-1980 and undated
Series III - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Central and Southwest Asian Studies Center
Keywords: Brown Bag Lectures
2003-2016 and undated
Series III - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Department of Chemistry
Keywords: lectures; prospective student information
1959-2015 and undated
Series III - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
Keywords: Speech, Hearing, and Language Clinic; non-vocal program; prospective student information
1979-1989 and undated
Series III - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Center for Communication Studies and Services
Keywords: summer session
1973
Series III - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Continuing Legal Education-Montana
Keywords: University of Montana Law Week; Montana Bar Association
1968-1989
Series III - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Cooperative Vocational Education Institute
Keywords: Development of Vocational Occupation Skills; Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction
1955
Series III - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Creative Writing Program
During the 1950s the Writers' Conference was organized under the auspices of the Northern Rocky Mountain Roundup of Regional Arts.
Keywords: summer session; Yellow Bay Writers' Workshop
1931-1993
Series III - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Data Science Initiative
Keywords: certificate program
2016
Series III - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Davidson Honors College
Keywords: prospective student information; K.R. Schwanke Honors Institute; Presidential Scholarship
1983-2015 and undated
Series III - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Department of Economics
Keywords: prospective student information
1992
Series III - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: College of Education and Human Sciences
Keywords: Educational Problems Conference; graduate studies; prospective student information; educational administration program; aerospace education; Department of Educational Leadership; commencement
1932-2017 and undated
Series III - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: School of Education; School of Forestry
These materials are related to the Conservation Education Workshop held at the Flathead Lake Biological Station which was originally hosted by the School of Forestry until 1956 when the School of Education became responsible for the event.
1955-1964
Series III - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Division of Educational Research and Service
Keywords: School Planning Center; Videoshare Outreach Project
1966-1992 and undated
Series III - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Department of Elocution
Keywords: recitals; dramatic recitations
1902-1903
Series III - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: School of Engineering
Keywords: prospective student information
1912 and undated
Series III - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Department of English
Keywords: prospective student information; Richard Hugo Memorial Scholarship
1956-1981 and undated
Series III - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Environmental Studies Program
Keywords: lectures; Environmental Writing Institute; summer session
1979-1993
Series III - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Environmental Studies Program: Green Corps
Keywords: Environmental Organizing Semester; Green Corps
1995
Series III - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Experienced Teacher Fellowship Program
This program was coordinated under the auspices of the School of Education and provided education for business administration instructors.
For additional information about this program, see also Division of Business Education ephemera.
Keywords: business teacher education; graduate fellowships
1969-1970
Series III - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Flathead Lake Biological Station
Keywords: prospective student information; summer session; field courses; Gerald W. Prescott Center
1948-2016 and undated
Series III - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: College of Forestry and Conservation
Keywords: 50th anniversary; Lubrecht Experimental Forest; prospective student information; graduate studies; short courses
1912-2014 and undated
OS Folder 11
Miscellaneous
Originating office: College of Forestry and Conservation
Keywords: 100th anniversary
2013
Series III - 4.3
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Department of Geography
Keywords: prospective student information; Cultural and Global Competence
1956?; 2006 and undated
Series III - 4.3
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Department of Geosciences
Keywords: prospective student information; Geology Field Station
1956-1993 and undated
Series III - 4.3
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Bureau of Government Research
Keywords: Local Government Review project
1967-1975
Series III - 4.3
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Graduate School
1958-1990
Series III - 4.3
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Department of Health and Human Performance
Keywords: Montana Technology and Development Center; College of Education and Human Sciences
2014
Series III - 4.3
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Department of Health, Physical Education and Athletics
These materials provide information related to the Grizzly pool, intramurals and general campus recreation as well as academic studies in physical education. Physical education is currently taught by the Department of Health and Human Performance in the School of Education.
1959-1978 and undated
Series III - 4.3
Miscellaneous
Originating office: College of Health Professions and Biomedical Sciences
Keywords: Neural Injury Center; Montana Geriatric Education Center
2016
Series III - 4.3
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Department of History
Keywords: summer session; prospective student information
1964-1974
Series III - 4.3
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Department of Home Economics
Keywords: summer session; prospective student information
1927-1985 and undated
Series III - 4.3
Miscellaneous
Originating office: College of Humanities and Sciences
Keywords: Under Montana's Big Sky Symposium; German-American Institute; Freshman Skills Assessment program
1969-2015
Series III - 4.3
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Institute on Indian Affairs
1954-1958
Series III - 4.3
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Intensive Humanities Program
For additional information on the program, see also Maxine Van de Wetering's oral history interview (OH 408-001). Van de Wetering was a professor in the Humanities Program and the Women's Studies Program.
Keywords: prospective student information
ca. 1970s?
Series III - 4.3
Miscellaneous
Originating office: International Development Studies
Keywords: Peace Corps Prep Program
2013-2016
Series III - 4.3
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Department of Interpersonal Communication
Keywords: prospective student information; Conflict Management Project; summer session
1978-1985 and undated
Series III - 4.3
Miscellaneous
Originating office: School of Journalism
Keywords: prospective student information; Dean Stone Night; building dedication; Montana Newspaper Hall of Fame; Montana State Press Association
1940-2015 and undated
OS Folder 11
Miscellaneous
Originating office: School of Journalism
Keywords: 75th anniversary
1989
Series III - 4.3
Miscellaneous
Originating office: School of Law
Keywords: Indian law; prospective student information; Blankenbaker lectures; Castles Professional Development Center; Women's Law Caucus; Tax Institute
1911-2018 and undated
Series III - 4.3
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Liberal Studies Program
Keywords: South and Southeast Asian Studies
2016
Series III - 4.3
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library
Keywords: Aber Day; building dedications; Susan Koch Scholarship; archival acquistions; One Millionth Volume Celebration; book lists; workshop series
1909-2017 and undated
OS Folder 11
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library
Keywords: Aber Day
1981-1983
Series III - 4.3
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library: Instructional Media Services
1975-1995 and undated
Series III - 4.4
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Linguistics Program
Keywords: prospective student information
1978
Series III - 4.4
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Department of Mathematical Sciences
For additional information on short courses organized and taught by Department faculty, see also Center for Continuing Education and Summer Programs materials in Series II (Student Services), subseries 4 (Ephemera).
Keywords: Mathematics Building Centennial; prospective student information; graduate studies; National Science Foundation; Science and Mathematics Institute
1959-2003 and undated
Series III - 4.4
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Department of Microbiology
Keywords: prospective student information
1969
Series III - 4.4
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Department of Military Science
Keywords: Angel Flight; World War I; World War II; prospective student information; Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC)
1917?-1985
Series III - 4.4
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Missoula College
Keywords: prospective student information; CT certificate
2015-2018
Series III - 4.4
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Department of Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures (MCLL)
Keywords: prospective student information; study abroad programs
1956-1992 and undated
Series III - 4.4
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Montana Criminal Law Information Research Center
Keywords: United States Department of Justice
1979-1985 and undated
Series III - 4.4
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Montana Forest and Conservation Experiment Station (MFCES)
Keywords: Montana Forest Tree Nursery; forest management
1979-1983 and undated
Series III - 4.4
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Montana Masquers
See also ephemera produced by Quill and Dagger, students of Dramatic Presentation, students of the English Department, the Players Club, and the Dramatic Club.
Keywords: Little Theatre Tournament; University Theater; Liberty Theatre; Art League
1912-1977 and undated
OS Folder 11
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Montana Masquers
See also ephemera produced by Quill and Dagger, students of Dramatic Presentation, students of the English Department, the Players Club, and the Dramatic Club.
Keywords: Little Theatre Tournament; University Theater; Liberty Theatre; Art League
1924-1977
Series III - 4.4
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Montana Museum of Art and Culture (MMAC)
Keywords: exhibits
1985-2016
Series III - 4.4
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Music School Foundation
Keywords: fundraising
1953 and undated
Series III - 4.4
Miscellaneous
Originating office: School of Music
Keywords: prospective student information; scholarships; Jubileers; Montana Woodwind Quintet; Grizzly Marching Band
1895-2002 and undated
Series III - 4.5
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Native American Cultural Institute
1974 and undated
Series III - 4.5
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Department of Native American Studies
Keywords: prospective student information; graduate studies; summer session
1976-1995 and undated
OS Folder 12
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Department of Native American Studies
Keywords: prospective student information; graduate studies; summer session
1978 and undated
Series III - 4.5
Miscellaneous
Originating office: NDEA Institute for Speakers of Other Languages
For additional information on the NDEA Institute, see also the Carling I. Malouf Papers, Mss 640. Malouf was the first director of the program.
Keywords: linguistics; Native American languages
1967
Series III - 4.5
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Neural Injury Center
Keywords: conferences
2015
Series III - 4.5
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Northern Rocky Mountain Roundup of Regional Arts Program
The materials include information related to the Writers' Conference hosted by the Creative Writing Program during summer session.
Some of these items were in produced in conjunction with the following offices: Summer College, Department of English, Music School Foundation, and the School of Creative Writing.
1920-1954 and undated
Series III - 4.5
Miscellaneous
Originating office: School of Pharmacy
Keywords: prospective student information; 80th anniversary; Indian Health Issues course; Montana Society of Hospital Pharmacists; continuing education
1958-2003
Series III - 4.5
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Department of Philosophy
Keywords: prospective student information; graduate studies
1958-1993; 2016 and undated
OS Folder 12
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Department of Philosophy
Keywords: scholarships
1985
Series III - 4.5
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Physical Therapy Clinic
This clinic was sponsored by the School of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science.
Keywords: injury prevention; sports perfomance enhancement
circa 2000s
Series III - 4.5
Miscellaneous
Originating office: School of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science
Keywords: prospective student information; graduate studies; commencement
1989-2017
Series III - 4.5
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Department of Physics and Astronomy
Keywords: prospective student information
1958-2015
Series III - 4.5
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Department of Political Science
Keywords: prospective student information; graduate studies; summer session; Taft Seminar for Teachers
1964-1992 and undated
Series III - 4.5
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Pre-Medical Sciences Program
Keywords: prospective student information
2014-2015 and undated
Series III - 4.5
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Pre-Nursing Program
Keywords: prospective student information
1987
Series III - 4.5
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Department of Professional Education
Keywords: summer practicum
1990
Series III - 4.5
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Department of Psychology
Keywords: prospective student information; graduate studies; questionnaires
1958-2015 and undated
Series III - 4.5
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Department of Radio-Television
Keywords: prospective student information; educational workshop
1959-1970; circa 1990s
Series III - 4.5
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Montana School of Religion
Keywords: prospective student information; chapel service programs; religious songs
1954 and undated
Series III - 4.5
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Department of Religious Studies
Keywords: prospective student information; lectures
1969-1988 and undated
Series III - 4.5
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Institute for Social Science Research
Keywords: program information
circa 1970s
Series III - 4.5
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Department of Social Work
Keywords: prospective student information; summer session; Educational Advancement Program
1973-1988 and undated
Series III - 4.5
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Department of Sociology and Social Welfare
See also ephemera, serials, and publications produced by the following: Department of Social Work, Department of Sociology, and Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Welfare.
Keywords: prospective student information
1964-1971
Series III - 4.5
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Department of Sociology
Keywords: prospective student information
1988
Series III - 4.5
Miscellaneous
Originating office: spectrUM
Keywords: Big Night
2014-2018
Series III - 4.5
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Department of Speech Communication
Keywords: speech communication institute; prospective student information; graduate studies; Montana Speech Conference; summer session; "The Birth of Yellowstone National Park"
1947-1974 and undated
Series III - 4.5
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology
Keywords: audiology service clinic; prospective student information; summer session
1968-1970 and undated
Series III - 4.5
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Center for Teaching Excellence
Keywords: Brown Bag Lunch series
2004 and undated
Series III - 4.6
Miscellaneous
Originating office: School of Theatre and Dance
Some of these materials were published in part by the following offices: College of Visual and Performing Arts, School of Music, and the Center for Continuing Education and Summer Programs.
Keywords: prospective student information; Montana Repertory Theatre; Summer Festival of the Performing Arts; American College Theatre Festival; Great Western Stage Company
1958-2016 and undated
OS Folder 12
Miscellaneous
Originating office: School of Theatre and Dance
Some of these materials were published in part by the following offices: College of Visual and Performing Arts, School of Music, and the Center for Continuing Education and Summer Programs.
Keywords: prospective student information; Montana Repertory Theatre; Summer Festival of the Performing Arts; American College Theatre Festival; Great Western Stage Company
1983-1985; 2016
Series III - 4.6
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research (ITRR)
Keywords: tourism surveys
1988-1994 and undated
Series III - 4.6
Miscellaneous
Originating office: University Theater Association
This organization was affilated with the Department of Drama and assisted with fundraising and soliciting gifts for the Department.
1936-1938
Series III - 4.6
Miscellaneous
Originating office: University of Montana Upward Bound
Keywords: cultural diversity
1990-1992
Series III - 4.6
Miscellaneous
Originating office: College of Visual and Performing Arts
Keywords: prospective student information; graduate studies; Virginia City Players; Fine Arts Camp
1953-2015 and undated
Series III - 4.6
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Gallery of Visual Arts
Keywords: exhibits; thesis shows
1972-2016 and undated
OS Folder 11
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Gallery of Visual Arts
Keywords: exhibits; thesis shows
1972
Series III - 4.6
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Wilderness Institute
Keywords: lecture series; Matthew Hansen endowment
1975-1995 and undated
OS Folder 12
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Wilderness Institute
Keywords: lecture series; Matthew Hansen endowment
1982
Series III - 4.6
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Wildlife Biology Program
Keywords: prospective student information; graduate studies; International Wildlife Film Festival
1968-1992 and undated
Series III - 4.6
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Women's Studies Program
Keywords: Brown Bag Lunch series; Women's History Month
1991-2002 and undated
Series III - 4.6
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Department of Zoology
Keywords: graduate studies; Audubon Screen Tour
1958-1970 and undated

Series IV:  Student Organizations, 1896-2018Return to Top

77.8 linear feet

This series contains materials that were produced by the Associated Students of the University of Montana (ASUM), other student organizations, including those sponsored by ASUM, and students in a particular academic course or department. It also contains materials produced by sororities, fraternities, student honorary societies, class clubs, and residence hall clubs. These materials do not include items produced off-campus by groups that included University students and non-students.

Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries 1: A Serials
65.0 linear feet
This subseries contains long runs of literary journals such as Cutbank and Camas, the Montana Kaimin newspaper, the student yearbook, and academic journals such as the Montana Journalism Review and the Montana Law Review.
These serials are organized alphabetically by the originating office title listed on the most recent issue in the folder and then by publication title. They are foldered chronologically.
1898-2018
Box
Series IV - 1.1
Oval
Originating office: Associated Students of the University of Montana (ASUM)
Established in 2008, The Oval is a literary publication that is published annually by an undergraduate student board with financial assistance from the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library and the Department of English.
A full run exists in the collection.
2008-2018
Series IV - 1.1-17
Sentinel
Originating office: Associated Students of the University of Montana (ASUM)
The Sentinel was the University of Montana's student yearbook, and until 1972 it was compiled annually by the junior class. In an attempt to revive the yearbook tradition, UM students began publishing the Sentinel again in 1987, but three years later officially abandoned the effort.
A full run exists in the collection.
Keywords: campus events; student life
1904-1972; 1987-1989
Series IV - 1.1-8
CutBank
Originating office: Creative Writing Program students
CutBank is a biannual literary journal published by graduate students of the Creative Writing Program. Founded in 1973 and helmed by professor and author William "Bill" Kittredge, the journal follows in the tradition of Frontier and Midland, one of UM's first literary journals.
A full run exists in the collection.
1973-2018
Series IV - 1.1-4
Camas
Originating office: Environmental Studies Program students
Founded in 1992 by University of Montana graduate students in the Environmental Studies Program, Camas is an biannual literary journal that focuses on land use and the environment.
A full run exists in the collection.
1993-2017
Series IV - 1.1-6
Forestry Kaimin
Originating office: Forestry Club
The first issue of the Forestry Kaimin, published in 1915 by School of Forestry students, was special edition of the Montana Kaimin. The second issue became its own serial separate from the Montana Kaimin. During the 1930s through the 1960s the Forestry Kaimin was produced annually, but by the early 1990s its publication became more sporadic.
See also Montana Forest School News in Series IV (Student Organizations and Publications), subseries 2 (B Serials).
This title was likely published intermittently so it is unclear whether or not a full run exists in the collection. Dates available include 1915-17; 1922; 1924-1942; 1946-47; 1949-67; 1973-74; 1976-78; 1981; 1987-88; 1994-2000; 2011-2012.
1915-2013; 2015 and undated
Series IV - 1.1-4
Montana Journalism Review
Originating office: School of Journalism students
The Montana Journalism Review is the oldest journalism review in the United States. Founded in 1958, this scholarly publication is produced annually by journalism students. Since 2010, the publication is available in both print and digital format.
This title was published intermittently and the issue numbering skips.
1958-2016
Series IV - 1.1-65
Montana Kaimin
Originating office: School of Journalism students
The Montan Kaimin is the University of Montana's official student newspaper. A full run exists in this collection. The Montana Kaimin started as a magazine that was published monthly during the school year from 1898 to 1908. After paper became a weekly and finally a daily publication. Due to a budget crisis, on April 8, 2015, the Montana Kaimin went from a daily printing schedule to a weekly one, printing a single issue on Wednesdays during the school year. That same year that paper began uploading daily content uploaded to its official news website to supplement the weekly print publication.
A full run exists in the collection. Some supplements exist and are interfiled chronologically with the regular issues.
1898-2018
OS 4
Native News Project
Originating office: School of Journalism students
Previous title(s): Montana's Indians
The Native News Project is an annually-published special report compiled by journalism students. Each year the publication features stories from Montana's seven Indian reservations related to a specific theme such as employment, healthcare, education, and Indian identity. The following titles are available in the collection: Montana's Indian Education; A Health Crisis; Gambling on Gaming; Someplace to Call Home; Justice in Indian Country; Circles of Culture; Indian Identity; Horizons: Preserving the Past, Securing the Future; Urban Indians; Winds of Change; The Wealth of Reservations; Across Generations; Sovereignty; Perceptions; Indian Education; The Burdens of Indians' Affairs; The Spirit of Sport; Empty Justice; Living Sicker, Dying Younger; Native Land, Natural Resources; Open for Business; Vast Expenses; Driving Forces: Innovation on Montana's Reservations; "Across the Divide; Intertwined; For the Benefit, Care, and Assistance...: How American Fails to Keep Its Health Care Promise; Hands.
A full run exists in the collection.
1992-2018
Series IV - 1.1-11
Montana Law Review
Originating office: School of Law students
Established in 1940, the Montana Law Review is a scholarly publication that contains articles written by law students and practicing lawmakers on a variety of legal topics. It is published biannually by a board of third-year law students who receive academic credit for their work on the volumes.
The following issues are missing from this collection but are available in the General Collection: Spring 1967, Fall 1967, Spring 1969, Fall 1970, Summer 1973, Winter 1973, Summer 1977, Summer 1983, Winter 1985, Summer 2000, Summer 2008.
1940-2018
Series IV - 1.1-3
Public Land and Resources Law Review
Originating office: School of Law students
Previous title(s): Public Land Law Review
This scholarly publication contains articles written by students and practicing lawmakers on a variety of legal topics. It is published annually by a board comprised of law students.
A full run exists in the collection.
1980-2015; 2016
Subseries 2: B Serials
11.3 linear feet
This subseries contains short-run and single issue newsletters, literary journals, newspapers, and yearbooks as well as documentaries about Montana and faculty evaluations. It also contains issues of the University of Montana Bulletin.
These serials are organized alphabetically by the originating office title listed on the most recent issue in the folder and then by publication title. They are foldered chronologically.
1896-2017
Box
Series IV - 2.1
ADSUM: "I am here!" News
Originating office: Alliance for Disability and Students of the University of Montana (ADSUM)
Previous title(s): ADSUM Newsletter; ADSUM News; ADSUM and DSS News
This is a newsletter.
1992-1996
Series IV - 2.1
At Ease
Originating office: Army Specialized Training Reserve Program (ASTRP)
This is a literary magazine.
Only one issue exists in the collection.
circa 1940s
OS 2
The Abattoir
Originating office: Associated Students of the University of Montana (ASUM)
The Abattoir, a satirical newspaper, was produced annually to announce Varsity Vodvil, an annual vaudeville show hosted by ASUM.
See also the Varsity Vodvil publication produced by ASUM.
1936
Series IV - 2.1
The Book
Originating office: Associated Students of the University of Montana (ASUM)
This publication was compiled by ASUM's Forum Committee for Faculty Evaluation. The booklet provides student evaluations of professors, providing new students with information to help them choose classes based on the merits of the instructor.
1966-1973
Series IV - 2.1
Garret
Originating office: Associated Students of the University of Montana (ASUM)
Previous title(s): Venture
This literary journal includes prose, poetry and artwork created by University of Montana students. The title of this publication changed from Venture to Garret in 1965. Some of the illustrations for Garret were done by Missoula artist, Monte Dollack.
1953-1958
Series IV - 2.2
Garret
Originating office: Associated Students of the University of Montana (ASUM)
Previous title(s): Venture
This literary journal includes prose, poetry and artwork created by University of Montana students. The title of this publication changed from Venture to Garret in 1965. Some of the illustrations for Garret were done by Missoula artist, Monte Dollack.
1958-1968
Series IV - 2.3
Garret
Originating office: Associated Students of the University of Montana (ASUM)
Previous title(s): Venture
This literary journal includes prose, poetry and artwork created by University of Montana students. The title of this publication changed from Venture to Garret in 1965. Some of the illustrations for Garret were done by Missoula artist, Monte Dollack.
1969-1972
Series IV - 2.3
"M" Book
Originating office: Associated Students of the University of Montana (ASUM)
Previous title(s): Students' Hand Book
This small guidebook was distributed to new students each year. It includes a university calendar, freshman week program, ASUM constitution, and a campus map. A few of the early issues were published by the Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA).
Missing multiple issues between 1909 and 1923.
1905-1928
Series IV - 2.4
"M" Book
Originating office: Associated Students of the University of Montana (ASUM)
Previous title(s): Students' Hand Book
This small guidebook was distributed to new students each year. It includes a university calendar, freshman week program, ASUM constitution, and a campus map. A few of the early issues were published by the Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA).
Missing multiple issues between 1909 and 1923.
1928-1951
Series IV - 2.5
"M" Book
Originating office: Associated Students of the University of Montana (ASUM)
Previous title(s): Students' Hand Book
This small guidebook was distributed to new students each year. It includes a university calendar, freshman week program, ASUM constitution, and a campus map. A few of the early issues were published by the Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA).
Missing multiple issues between 1909 and 1923.
1951-1970
Series IV - 2.5
Varsity Vodvil
Originating office: Associated Students of the University of Montana (ASUM)
The event program for ASUM's annual theatrical performance, Varsity Vodvil.
See also The Abattoir, another publication produced for the Varsity Vodvil event.
1921-1936 and undated
Series IV - 2.5
University Outreach
Originating office: Associated Students of the University of Montana Legislative Committee
This is a newsletter.
1978 and undated
Series IV - 2.5
AWS Handbook
Originating office: Associated Women Students (AWS)
Previous title(s): Montana Co-Eds' Campus; Your AWS Guide
This handbook was published annually for University of Montana women students. It includes information on student honoraries and organizations for women as well as rules of conduct for women students.
Multiple issues missing.
1919-1939
Series IV - 2.6
AWS Handbook
Originating office: Associated Women Students (AWS)
Previous title(s): Montana Co-Eds' Campus; Your AWS Guide
This handbook was published annually for University of Montana women students. It includes information on student honoraries and organizations for women as well as rules of conduct for women students.
Multiple issues missing.
1940-1963
Series IV - 2.6
Co-Edition
Originating office: Associated Women Students (AWS)
This is a newsletter.
Only one issue exists in the collection.
1959
Series IV - 2.6
Our United Voice
Originating office: Black Student Union (BSU)
This is a newsletter.
Keywords: Phi Beta Sigma; Black History Month
1993
Series IV - 2.6
Watani
Originating office: Black Studies Program students
Watani, which means both "enchanted ones" and "proud people" was produced by students as a pictorial review or yearbook of the program.
Missing 1972 and 1973 issues.
Keywords: Black Student Union
1970-1976
Series IV - 2.6
The "Bottom's Up!"
Originating office: The Buttered Toast Publishing
This is a literary zine produced by students who were affiliated with the Department of English.
1999-2000
Series IV - 2.6
The Garrot
Originating office: Campus Reform Action Movement (CRAM)
This is a newsletter. This issue criticizes University of Montana president Robert Johns for suspending six students.
Only one issue exists in the collection.
Keywords: student political activism; left-wing politics
1965
Series IV - 2.6
News of…Religious on Campus
Originating office: Campus Religious Council
This is a newsletter.
1958-1959
Series IV - 2.6
Gnus from the Ark
Originating office: Christian Campus Ministries
This is a newsletter.
Keywords: religious groups
1982-1984
Series IV - 2.6
Annual Address before the Literary Societies
Originating office: Clarkia and Hawthorne Literary Societies
Previous title(s): Closing Exercises of the Literary Societies; Graduating Exercises of the Literary Societies
These are event programs for the Annual Address, entertainment which was performed as part of Commencement Week ceremonies.
1896-1907
Series IV - 2.6
Clarkia Annual
Originating office: Clarkia Literary Society
These are event programs for an annual spring semester performance by Clarkia. The event included declamations, essays, orations, and impersonations.
1897-1910
Series IV - 2.7
CutBank Chapbook Series
Originating office: Cutbank Books; Creative Writing Program students
This monographic serial was started in the 1970s by Smokeroot Press (a division of Cutbank), but only four chapbooks were published. The publication was resurrected in 2012 as a contest in which two to three submitted manuscripts are selected for publication. Available titles include In Five Years Time (1976); Needlepoint (1977); Anti-history (1977); Imaginary Ancestors (1978); Nuclear (2013); Memory of the Prose Machine (2013); Through the Hour Glass (2013); Candy in Our Brains (2014); What They Took Away (2014); I Am Trying to Show You My Matchbook Collection (2015); How I See the Humans (2015); Chthonic (2015) Low Village (2016); Book of Lake (2016); Variation on Testimony (2017); When the Moon Was Ours for the Taking (2017); Little Violences (2017).
1976-1978; 2013-2017
Series IV - 2.7
Cub Tracks
Originating office: Department of English students
This literary magazine was created and published by freshman and sophomore composition classes under the direction of Professor H.G. Merriam.
1943-1946
Series IV - 2.7
Frontier and Midland
Originating office: Department of English students
Previous title(s): The Montanan; The Frontier
This publication was compiled and published by the students in the Creative Writing Program. H.G. Merriam served as editor. The inaugural issue was titled The Montanan, but that was the same title as a publication produced by the State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts so the journal was retitled The Frontier for the second issue. H.G. Merriam also established the Merriam-Frontier Award, and as of 2015 consisted of a $500 prize and the publication of a chapbook.
The Merriam-Frontier Award chapbooks are available in Special Collections.
1920-1927
Series IV - 2.8
Frontier and Midland
Originating office: Department of English students
Previous title(s): The Montanan; The Frontier
This publication was compiled and published by the students in the Creative Writing Program. H.G. Merriam served as editor. The inaugural issue was titled The Montanan, but that was the same title as a publication produced by the State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts so the journal was retitled The Frontier for the second issue. H.G. Merriam also established the Merriam-Frontier Award, and as of 2015 consisted of a $500 prize and the publication of a chapbook.
The Merriam-Frontier Award chapbooks are available in Special Collections.
1927-1933
Series IV - 2.9
Frontier and Midland
Originating office: Department of English students
Previous title(s): The Montanan; The Frontier
This publication was compiled and published by the students in the Creative Writing Program. H.G. Merriam served as editor. The inaugural issue was titled The Montanan, but that was the same title as a publication produced by the State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts so the journal was retitled The Frontier for the second issue. H.G. Merriam also established the Merriam-Frontier Award, and as of 2015 consisted of a $500 prize and the publication of a chapbook.
The Merriam-Frontier Award chapbooks are available in Special Collections.
1933-1939
Series IV - 2.10
The Mountaineer
Originating office: Department of English students
This literary journal was produced by English Department students and was likely overseen by Professor H.G. Merriam. The Mountaineer was likely a continuation of Frontier and Midland which ceased publication in 1939.
1942-1951
Series IV - 2.11
Sluice Box
Originating office: Department of English students
This is a literary magazine produced by undergraduate students in the English Department.
1938-1942
Series IV - 2.11
ECO-TAC
Originating office: Environmentalists
This is a newsletter.
Keywords: student political activism
1970
Series IV - 2.12
Montana Forest School News
Originating office: Forest Club (Forestry Club)
This newsletter is part of the University of Montana Bulletin series and was published monthly.
Keywords: World War I
1918-1919
Series IV - 2.12
Bertha's Bugle
Originating office: Forestry Club
Previous title(s): Forestry Club Bull Sheet; The Bugle
This is a newsletter.
Keywords: Foresters Ball
1960-1986
Series IV - 2.12
Forestry Alumni News
Originating office: Forestry Club
This newsletter was produced in conjunction with the School of Forestry and the School of Forestry Alumni Association.
1951
Series IV - 2.12
Geology Club News
Originating office: Geology Club
This is a newsletter.
Only one issue exists in the collection.
1990
Series IV - 2.12
GiltEdge
Originating office: GiltEdge, New Series
This literary journal was published in part by the Women's Resource Center.
1975-1977
Series IV - 2.13
GiltEdge
Originating office: GiltEdge, New Series
This literary journal was published in part by the Women's Resource Center.
1980-1981
Series IV - 2.13
Hawthorne Annual
Originating office: Hawthorne Literary Society
These are event programs for an annual spring semester performance by Hawthorne. The event included declamations, essays, orations, and debates.
1897-1904
Series IV - 2.13
The Growler
Originating office: Hi-Jinx Club
This is a literary and news magazine likely produced by the Hi-Jinx Club for the Hi-Jinx event, an annual vaudeville show which featured acts performed by UM faculty and students.
1933-1934
Series IV - 2.13
La Bocca della Verita - The Mouth of Truth
Originating office: Il Circolo Italiano - Italian Club
This newsletter was likely produced by the Italian Club.
Only one issue exists in the collection.
2006
Series IV - 2.13
Fraternity Rush
Originating office: Interfraternity Council
Previous title(s): Fraternities at Montana; Montana State University Fraternities; Greeks; I.F.C. Rush Book; Fraternities at the University of Montana
This handbook was produced for freshmen who were considering joining a fraternity. The publication includes tipes for Rush Week and brief descriptions of each fraternity on campus.
1951-1986 and undated
OS 1
Grizzly Greek
Originating office: Interfraternity Council; Panhellenic Council
This newspaper was published quarterly during the school year by members of UM fraternities and sororities.
1988
Series IV - 2.13
International Student Newsletter
Originating office: International Student Association
1990
Media 2
Business: Made in Montana
Originating office: School of Journalism students
This documentary film series (available on DVD) is researched, written, photographed and produced by journalism students. Each episode focuses on 4-6 specific businesses in Montana that create products in the state and then sell those items nationally and internationally. The episodes available in this collection available on DVD and VHS) include: [no episode number, circa 1993]; [no episode number, circa 1995]; 801; 802; 901; 902; 1301; 1302; 1401; 1402; 1501; 1502; 1601 and 1602; 1701 and 1702; 1801; 1901; 2001; 2002; 2101; 2102; 2201; 2202, 2301, 2302, 2401, 2402.
1993; 1995; circa 2001-2017
Series IV - 2.13
The Karnival
Originating office: School of Journalism students
A satirical newspaper likely published as mock coverage of Interscholastic Meet.
Only one issue exists in the collection.
1915
OS 2
Missoula Mirror
Originating office: School of Journalism students
This newspaper was conceived as a senior seminar class by two School of Journalism professors. Journalism seniors edited the paper under supervision of the school's dean and one faculty member. The Mirror was unique in that it carried no advertising, had no paid subscribers, and did not attempt to compete with other Missoula newspapers. It was billed as a "trial and error publication" in which students could try new and different journalism techniques.
Keywords: Korean War; smokejumper center
1950-1951
Media 3
Montana Journal
Originating office: School of Journalism students
The Montana Journal series, which airs on Montana PBS is comprised of half-hour segments of "news about Montana for Montanans." The episodes are researched, written and produced by journalism students. Usually two episodes are produced each year. The episodes in this collection (available on DVD and VHS) include: 301 "Backcountry Snow Safety"; [no episode number] "Education"; 801 "Owning Your First Home"; 802 "Growing Pains?"; 803 "Big Sky Artists"; 901 "Anatomy of a Campaign"; 902 "Big Stores, Small Towns"; 1001 "Where are the Alternative Fuels?"; 1002 "Milltown Dam Cleanup"; 1102 "One Day Getaways"; 1201 "Unaffordable Edu3cation"; 1202 "Taking the Stage"; 1301 "Patrolling the Big Sky"; 1302 "Death, Inc."; 1401 "Home Grown"; 1501 "The Invisible Race"; 1502 "When Wildlife Meets the Road"; [no episode number] "Climate Changing Business"; 1701 "100 and Counting"; unnumbered "Aging Out: Autism in Montana".
2001-2013; 2015-2016
OS 3
The Montana Wrangler
Originating office: School of Journalism students
This newspaper was created as "an experiment" pledging itself "to the cause of discussion, in the faith that discussion can be a basis of educational progress as well as a good experience in itself." The articles focus mainly on educational issues on campus.
1928-1930
OS 3
Summer Session Sun
Originating office: School of Journalism students
This newspaper that reported on campus events was published every Thursday during summer session by journalism students.
For additional student news during the fall and spring semesters, see also the Montana Kaimin in Series IV (Student Organizations and Publications), subseries 1 (A Serials). For additional student news during summer session, see also the Summer Session Bulletin and the Summer Times in Series II (Student Services), subseries 2 (B Serials).
1943-1953
OS 1
KBGA Magazine
Originating office: KBGA College Radio
This magazine provides information on KBGA events, DJs, and programs.
1998-1999
Series IV - 2.13
Kyi-Yo Annual Youth Conference
Originating office: Kyi Yo Native American Student Association
Previous title(s): Kyi-Yo Indian Youth Conference on Education
This progam provides information on conference committees, schedule, and events.
1970-1993
Series IV - 2.13
Kyi-Yo Newsletter
Originating office: Kyi Yo Native American Student Association
Keywords: Native American studies
1973
Series IV - 2.13
Roundup
Originating office: Maverick Club
This is a newsletter published "for all independent students" and provides information on campus events hosted by the Club, including dances and baseball games.
1940-1941 and undated
Series IV - 2.13
Saturday Evening Post
Originating office: Missoula Draft Resistance (MDR)
This is a newsletter.
Keywords: student political activism; Vietnam War; left-wing politics
1967
Series IV - 2.13
Missoula Peace News
Originating office: Missoula Peace Coalition
This is a newsletter.
Keywords: student political activism; Vietnam War; left-wing politics
1970
Series IV - 2.13
Agenda for Citizen Involvement
Originating office: Montana Public Interest Research Group, Inc. (MontPIRG)
This newsletter provides information on different political and social issues in Montana.
Multiple issues missing.
Keywords: student political activism; community service
1983-1988
Series IV - 2.13
The Clarion
Originating office: School of Music students
This newsletter was published each Februrary before the School of Music's Showtime event, an annual benefit performance for music scholarships.
1972-1973
Series IV - 2.13
Nite Club
Originating office: School of Music students
This event program was published for the School of Music's annual Nite Club event, which was organized as a fundraiser for music scholarships.
1947-1962
Series IV - 2.13
New Hall
Originating office: New Hall residents
Previous title(s): Welcome to New Hall
This handbook was created with assistance from the Associate Dean of Students for new women students moving into New Hall. It includes residence hall rules about dress, quiet hours, visitors, absences, and room care.
1949-1956 and undated
Series IV - 2.13
Your Freshman Home
Originating office: North Hall residents; Corbin Hall residents
Previous title(s): Your Home Away from Home; North Hall
This handbook was created with assistance from the Associate Dean of Students for new women students moving into North or Corbin Hall. It includes residence hall rules about dress, quiet hours, visitors, absences, and room care.
1949-1956
Series IV - 2.13
Sorority Life
Originating office: Panhellenic Council
Previous title(s): Women's Fraternities at the State University of Montana; Panhellenic Handbook; Sororities; Greek Life; Sorority Handbook
This handbook was produced for freshmen who were considering joining a sorority. The publication includes tipes for Rush Week and brief descriptions of each sorority on campus.Later issues of this publication were produced with assistance from the Greek Life Office.
1928-1939 and undated
Series IV - 2.14
Sorority Life
Originating office: Panhellenic Council
Previous title(s): Women's Fraternities at the State University of Montana; Panhellenic Handbook; Sororities; Greek Life; Sorority Handbook
This handbook was produced for freshmen who were considering joining a sorority. The publication includes tipes for Rush Week and brief descriptions of each sorority on campus.Later issues of this publication were produced with assistance from the Greek Life Office.
1939-1992 and undated
Series IV - 2.14
Phoenix Newsletter
Originating office: Phoenix
This publication was produced with assistance from the Center for Student Development. The Phoenix program was created to provide support to non-traditional students.
1989-1991
OS 3
The Incinerator
Originating office: The Press Club
This satirical newspaper appears to have been published annually in honor of the Press Club Banquet held in November or December of each school year.
Some issues missing.
1936-1946
Series IV - 2.14
Shack Splinter
Originating office: The Press Club
This small newspaper offers satirical and real reports about campus news and events.
Some of the issues are extremely fragile.
1933-1936
Series IV - 2.14
Cadet Grizzly
Originating office: Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC)
This is a newsletter.
Multiple issues missing.
Keywords: military training
1964-1972
OS 5
Gremlin
Originating office: Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC)
This newspaper was published by and for aviation students at the University of Montana and provides information about ROTC activities, training events, and other news.
Multiple issues missing.
Keywords: military training; Student Army Corps; World War II
1943-1944; 1948
OS 1
Montana Mountain Times
Originating office: Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC)
This newspaper provides information on ROTC training. This issue describes the training opportunities for women and the ROTC advance camp training.
Only one issue exists in the collection.
Keywords: military training
1980
Series IV - 2.14
Take Off (Squadrons 1-4)
Originating office: Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC)
This is a yearbook of the Air Force ROTC. Each squadron produced its own.
For additional issues see also Special Collections-Montana Collections (call no. 387.74044 T1365).
Keywords: military training; World War II; aviation; College Training Detachment
1943-1944 and undated
Series IV - 2.15
Take Off (Squadron 5)
Originating office: Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC)
This is a yearbook of the Air Force ROTC. Each squadron produced its own.
For additional issues see also Special Collections-Montana Collections (call no. 387.74044 T1365).
Keywords: military training; World War II; aviation; College Training Detachment
1943-1944
Series IV - 2.15
Indoor College Rodeo Program
Originating office: Rodeo Club
There is no official title for this event program. The program provides information about the University's college rodeo team as well as events scheduled for the 3rd annual indoor college rodeo.
1982
Series IV - 2.15
The Grizzly Sig
Originating office: Sigma Chi
Previous title(s): Beta Delta Bulletin; Beta Delta Bruin; Beta Delta Grizzly
This booklet, which eventually became a short newsletter, was conceived as a way for Sigma Chi alums to keep in touch with their fraternity.
Keywords: Beta Delta chapter
1914-1985
Series IV - 2.15
Directory
Originating office: Sigma Delta Chi
This directory provides information on Sigma Delta Chi alums, including current career news.
Only three issues of this publication exist in the collection.
Keywords: Society of Professional Journalists
1926-1936
Series IV - 2.15
Dirty Socks
Originating office: Sigma Delta Chi
This satirical newspaper was published infrequently and offeres humorous reports on real campus events.
See also Dirty Sockettes published by Theta Sigma Phi.
Multiple issues missing.
Keywords: Society of Professional Journalists
1923-1929
Series IV - 2.15
The Quill
Originating office: Sigma Delta Chi
Founded by the University of Montana School of Journalism, this publication was the official, national fraternity magazine for Sigma Delta Chi.
Keywords: Society of Professional Journalists
1914-1916
Series IV - 2.15
The Scoop
Originating office: Sigma Delta Chi
This newspaper was published by Sigma Delta Chi pledges.
Only one issue exists in the collection.
Keywords: Society of Professional Journalists
1930
Series IV - 2.15
The Stag
Originating office: Simpkins Hall residents
This satirical newsletter was produced by Simpkins Hall residents as a send-up of residence life.
1921
Series IV - 2.15
La Golondrina
Originating office: Spanish Club?
This newsletter was likely produced by the Spanish Club.
Only one issue exists in the collection.
1991
Series IV - 2.15
Campus Legislative News
Originating office: Student Action Center
This newsletter, likely produced monthly, provides information on the 1981 Montana legislative session.
Keywords: student political activism
1981
OS 2
Clark Fork Free Press
Originating office: Student Action Center
This newspaper is likely a continuation of "The Paper SAC" and provides information on Montana environmental issues.
Keywords: student political activism; community involvement; nuclear awareness
1981-1983
Series IV - 2.15
Currents
Originating office: Student Action Center
This newsletter provides information on political and environmental issues in Montana and on the University of Montana campus. The publication may be a continuation of the "Clark Fork Free Press."
Keywords: student political activism
1983-1985
OS 2
The Paper SAC
Originating office: Student Action Center
This newspaper provides information on environmental, political, and social issues affecting University students and the Montana public.
Multiple issues missing.
Keywords: student political activism; community involvement
1978-1980
OS 2
The SAC Activist
Originating office: Student Action Center
This newspaper was likely a continuation of "The Paper SAC" and provides information on political and social issues in Montana.
Keywords: student political activism; community involvement; domestic violence; sexual harrassment; gender inequality
1980-1981
Series IV - 2.15
Sentinel Peak Lookout
Originating office: Student Action Center
This is a literary review and forum "for writers, artists, and concerned students in Montana and the region."
Keywords: student political activism; environmental concerns
1986-1987
OS 2
You of M
Originating office: Student Action Center
This newsletter provides information about SAC activities and organization.
Some issues missing.
Keywords: student political activism; community involvement
1972-1973
Series IV - 2.15
The Survivalist
Originating office: Student Environmental Research Center (SERC)
This is a newsletter about environmental issues.
Keywords: student political activism
1971-1972
Series IV - 2.15
Nonviolence Newsletter
Originating office: Students for Nonviolence
Keywords: student political activism; peace studies
1986-1987
Series IV - 2.15
The Kaimin
Originating office: Students of the University of Montana
This literary journal is a separate publication not affiliated with the Montana Kaimin newspaper. It may have been a precursor to Frontier and Midland.
1905-1906
Series IV - 2.16
The Kaimin
Originating office: Students of the University of Montana
This literary journal is a separate publication not affiliated with the Montana Kaimin newspaper. It may have been a precursor to Frontier and Midland.
1907-1909
Series IV - 2.16
Campus Rakings
Originating office: Theta Sigma Phi
This satirical newspaper was published annually for Aber Day. It reports fictional campus news and events and includes send-ups of professors and campus traditions.
Keywords: Association for Women in Communications
1921-1953
Series IV - 2.16
Dirty Sockettes
Originating office: Theta Sigma Phi
This satirical newspaper was published infrequently, poking fun at Sigma Delta Chi and offering humorous reports on real campus events.
See also Dirty Socks published by Sigma Delta Chi.
Keywords: Association for Women in Communications
1929
OS 2
The Uncensored Course Guide
Originating office: Toast Publications
This newspapers provides student evaluations of University courses and faculty members.
For additional course and faculty evaluations, see also The Book produced by ASUM.
Only one issue exists in the collection.
1992
Series IV - 2.16
Turner Hall
Originating office: Turner Hall residents
This informational handbook was compiled by Associate Dean of Students and Turner Hall residents for new residents. It includes information about dress, quiet hours, visitors, absences, and room care in the girls' dormitories.
1957-1960
Series IV - 2.16
Advocate Aphasia
Originating office: UM Advocates
This newsletter provides information on individual advocates as well as campus events.
Keywords: student services
1990
Series IV - 2.16
UM Advocates Directory
Originating office: UM Advocates
This directory provides a list of current advocates with contact information, birth dates, and majors.
Keywords: student services
1990-1992
Series IV - 2.16
The Pink
Originating office: University of Montana Lambda Alliance
This is a newsletter.
For more information on the Lambda Alliance, see also the Will Roscoe Papers, Mss 796.
Keywords: queer studies; LGBT politics
1994
Series IV - 2.16
GOP on the Line
Originating office: University of Montana Republican Club
This is a newsletter.
Keywords: student political activism; right-wing politics
1974
Series IV - 2.16
HERspective
Originating office: The Women's Center
This is a newsletter.
Keywords: gender politics; feminism
circa 1990s
Series IV - 2.16
M
Originating office: Women's Recreation Association (WRA)
This handbook provides information on the WRA as well as a calendar of sports events.
Keywords: womens sports
1959-1963
Series IV - 2.16
Montana Women's Resources
Originating office: Women's Resource Center
This is a newsletter.
Keywords: gender politics; feminism
1976-1985
Series IV - 2.16
Xi Sigma Pi Newsletter
Originating office: Xi Sigma Pi
Only one issue exists in the collection.
Keywords: forestry honors fraternity
1971
Series IV - 2.16
Newsletter
Originating office: Young Americans for Freedom
Keywords: student political activism; right-wing politics
1961-1963
Series IV - 2.16
Collegiana
Originating office: unknown
This literary magazine was published by undergraduates of the State University of Montana who may have been affiliated with the English Department.
1932-1933
Series IV - 2.17
Hit and Run
Originating office: unknown
This guerilla newspaper may have been published by Kaimin staff or former Kaimin staff and may have been overseen by Professor McGiffert of the School of Journalism.
Keywords: student political activism; Vietnam War; left-wing politics
circa 1970s
OS 2
Montana Haimin
Originating office: unknown
This newspaper likely functioned as an alternative to and, possibly, a satirization of the Montana Kaimin.
Only one issue exists in the collection.
1989
Series IV - 2.17
T.N.T.
Originating office: unknown
This alternative newspaper was compiled and printed in the University of Montana's heating plant building. It reports on "a few things looked over by the Kaimin but not published."
circa 1970s
Series IV - 2.17
The Underground
Originating office: unknown
This publication billed itself as "the free alternative in news source."
Keywords: political isssues; environmental news
1989
Series IV - 2.17
Unser Kampf
Originating office: unknown
This alternative student newspaper billed itself as MSU's only independent newspaper" and "MSU's only controlled newspaper that admits it."
1957-1958
Series IV - 2.17
The Whatzit
Originating office: unknown
This small newspaper that reported on campus events may have been published by journalism students and members of the Press Club.
1931
Subseries 3: Publications and Reports
0.5 linear feet
This subseries contains song albums, student manuals, plays, documentaries, and the Aber Day work list.
These items are organized alphabetically by originating office and then by publication title.
1919-2015
Box
Series IV - 3.1
Faculty Evaluation Form
Originating office: Associated Students of the University of Montana (ASUM)
This evaluation form was used to create the ASUM publication "The Book," an published evaluation of university professors and the courses that were available.
Keywords: Forum Committee for Faculty Evaluation
circa 1970s
Series IV - 3.1
This is Montana State University
Originating office: Associated Students of the University of Montana (ASUM)
This pictorial provides new and prospective students with a brief introduction to the University of Montana's student organizations, activities, and academics.
1950?
Series IV - 3.1
What's Right and Fair for UM Students: A Handbook for Resolving Complaints against Faculty and Administration
Originating office: Associated Students of the University of Montana (ASUM)
Previous title(s): What's Right and Fair for UM Students: A Handbook for Resolving Complaints and Participating in University Governance
1979; 1982
Series IV - 3.1
Housemother's Manual
Originating office: Associated Women Students (AWS)
This booklet was compiled by AWS students and housemothers as an advice manual for new or prospective housemothers.
Keywords: residence life
1955-1956
Series IV - 3.1
Original Plays
Originating office: Department of Drama students
These bound volumes contain plays written by students in the Department of Drama.
1960-1963
Series IV - 3.1
The Selish: A Pageant--Masque
Originating office: Department of English students
This is the text of a pageant that was likely produced in conjunction with students from the Department of Fine Arts and the School of Music.
Keywords: Salish Indians
1919?
Series IV - 3.1
Foresters' Song Album
Originating office: Forestry Club
This album includes songs such as Up with Montana, Strawberry Roan, and Son of a Gamboleer.
circa 1940s-1950s
Series IV - 3.1
Montana Foresters Book
Originating office: Forestry Club
Previous title(s): Montana Foresters
This handbook provides general information about the School of Forestry as well as various forestry-related student organizations and activities.
circa 1950s
Series IV - 3.1
International Club Report
Originating office: The International Club
This reports provides information about the history of the club, its programs, and activities.
1928
OS 1
Montana and the Pacific Rim: A Special Report
Originating office: School of Journalism students
This special report focuses on the political and agricultural relationship between Montana and various Pacific Rim countries.
circa 1990s
Series IV - 3.1
Student Legal Handbook
Originating office: School of Law students
This handbook was produced to help students understand their legal rights and responsibilities during their time at the University.
The funds for printing this handbook were donated by ASUM.
1970
Series IV - 3.1
Roster of Kaimin Staffs, 1898-1967
Originating office: Montana Kaimin
This list was compiled from the bound volumes of the Montana Kaimin in the School of Journalism Library.
circa 1968
Series IV - 3.1
Complete List of Plays Produced by the Montana Masquers from September 1918 to May 1949
Originating office: Montana Masquers
circa 1950
Series IV - 3.1
When You Rent…A Montana Tenants' Guide
Originating office: Montana Public Interest Research Group, Inc. (MontPIRG)
Previous title(s): Landlord-Tenant Legal Rights
See also Landlord Tenant Legal Rights produced by the Student Action Center.
1988 and undated
Series IV - 3.1
Phoenix Handbook: A Guide for Returning Students at the University of Montana
Originating office: Phoenix
Funding for this booklet was provided by ASUM.
Keywords: non-traditional students
1983
Series IV - 3.1
Chums
Originating office: South Hall residents
This yearbook of students living in South Hall was likely compiled under the supervision of the Director of Residence Halls or the Dean of Students.
1939
Series IV - 3.1
Landlord Tenant Legal Rights
Originating office: Student Action Center
Previous title(s): Landlord-Tenant Handbook
See also When You Rent...A Montana Tenants' Guide produced by Montana Public Interest Research Group, Inc. (MontPIRG).
1977 and undated
Series IV - 3.1
Handbook
Originating office: Student Co-operative Association (SCA)
This booklet has no official title, but it contains information related to the creation of a cooperative movement at the University, including inexpensive living quarters for members of the SCA.
1941-1942
Media 1
Beyond The Myths: Growing Up in Montana
Originating office: Student Documentary Unit of the University of Montana
The Student Documentary Unit is an upper-division journalism course in which students produce a single documentary. The each documentary focuses on some aspect of Montana. This title is available on DVD.
2007
Media 1
Cannabusiness
Originating office: Student Documentary Unit of the University of Montana
The Student Documentary Unit is an upper-division journalism course in which students produce a single documentary. The each documentary focuses on some aspect of Montana. This title is available on DVD.
2010
Media 1
Changing Home
Originating office: Student Documentary Unit of the University of Montana
The Student Documentary Unit is an upper-division journalism course in which students produce a single documentary. The each documentary focuses on some aspect of Montana. This title is available on DVD.
2015
Media 1
Connecting the (406)
Originating office: Student Documentary Unit of the University of Montana
The Student Documentary Unit is an upper-division journalism course in which students produce a single documentary. The each documentary focuses on some aspect of Montana. This title is available on DVD.
2011
Media 1
"Dear Mom"
Originating office: Student Documentary Unit of the University of Montana
The Student Documentary Unit is an upper-division journalism course in which students produce a single documentary. The each documentary focuses on some aspect of Montana. This title is available on DVD.
2008
Media 1
Distracted: Eyes off the Road
Originating office: Student Documentary Unit of the University of Montana
The Student Documentary Unit is an upper-division journalism course in which students produce a single documentary. The each documentary focuses on some aspect of Montana. This title is available on DVD.
2014
Media 1
Guns in the Big Sky: Montana's Gun Culture
Originating office: Student Documentary Unit of the University of Montana
The Student Documentary Unit is an upper-division journalism course in which students produce a single documentary. The each documentary focuses on some aspect of Montana. This title is available on DVD.
2013
Media 1
Meth: Dark Cloud Over the Big Sky
Originating office: Student Documentary Unit of the University of Montana
The Student Documentary Unit is an upper-division journalism course in which students produce a single documentary. The each documentary focuses on some aspect of Montana. This title is available on VHS.
2001
Media 1
Unspoken: Voices of Suicide in Montana
Originating office: Student Documentary Unit of the University of Montana
The Student Documentary Unit is an upper-division journalism course in which students produce a single documentary. The each documentary focuses on some aspect of Montana. This title is available on DVD.
2009
Series IV - 3.1
Energy Use Guidebook
Originating office: Student Environmental Research Center
Keywords: UM Energy Committee
1977?
OS 2
Aber Day Work List
Originating office: Traditions Board
Aber Day, a campus event in which students and faculty pitched in to clean up the campus, was organized by the Traditions Board. The work lists, which assigned each student specific chores, were printed by School of Journalism students.
1923-1946 and undated
Series IV - 3.1
W.A.A. Handbook
Originating office: Women's Athletic Association (WAA)
This booklet offers general information about this all-female student organization and includes the rules and regulations for its members.
1931; 1940
Series IV - 3.1
General Information Concerning the School of Forestry
Originating office: Xi Sigma Pi
1962
Subseries 4: Ephemera
1.0 linear feet
This subseries contains pamphlets, booklets, leaflets, and flyers with information on student organizations, student-hosted events, political activism, and student religious organizations.
The materials are organized alphabetically by the originating office title listed on the most recently published piece of ephemera in the folder and then chronologically.
1897-2017
Box
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Aquamaids
Keywords: women's athletics; "Song of the High Seas"
1955
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Associated Students of the University of Montana (ASUM)
Keywords: Field Day; elections; Athletic Ball
1914-2017 and undated
OS Folder 13
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Associated Students of the University of Montana (ASUM)
Keywords: Field Day; elections; Athletic Ball
1914-1983 and undated
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Associated Students of the University of Montana (ASUM) Childcare
Keywords: preschool; family resources
1990-1991
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Associated Students of the University of Montana (ASUM) Transportation
Keywords: bus schedules
circa 2010s
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Associated Women Students (AWS)
Keywords: "If I Were A Freshman--"; May Fete
1909-1935 and undated
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Baptist Student Union
Keywords: religious groups
1980
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Black Student Union
Keywords: Phi Beta Sigma
1979 and undated
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Campus Christian Council
Keywords: religious groups
1960-1966
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Coordinating Council for the Handicapped
Keywords: disability services
circa 1970s
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Debate and Oratory Association
See also materials produced by and for the Oratorical Association.
Keywords: intercollegiate debates
1902-1963
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Delta Psi Kappa
Keywords: Women's Physical Education Honorary
1932
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Delta Rho Fraternity
Keywords: Phi Delta Theta; Montana Alpha chapter
1919
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Dramatic Club
See also materials produced by Quill and Dagger, students of Dramatic Presentation, students of the English Department, the Players Club, and the Montana Masquers.
1913-1914
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Dramatic Presentation students
See also materials produced by students of the English Department, the Dramatic Club, the Players Club, Quill and Dagger, and the Montana Masquers.
1925
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: English Club
1947-1952 and undated
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Department of English students
See also materials produced by Quill and Dagger, students of Dramatic Presentation, the Dramatic Club, the Players Club, and the Montana Masquers.
Keywords: English 61 class; English 41 class; plays
1918-1928 and undated
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Forestry Club
Keywords: Foresters' Ball
1916-1941
OS Folder 13
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Forestry Club
Keywords: Foresters' Ball
1983-1984
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Freshman Class
This is an event program was produced for the Freshman Class of 1913 likely as part of the interscholastic athletic meet held in the spring.
Keywords: Interscholastic Meet; Intercollegiate Debate
1913
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Glee Club
1903-1934 and undated
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Greek Life Office
Keywords: fraternities; sororities
1988-2015
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Hi-Jinx Club
Keywords: Annual Christmas Frolic; vaudeville
1911-1933
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Interfraternity Council
1909-1973 and undated
OS Folder 13
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Interfraternity Council
1984
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: The International Club
1926-1928
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: International Student Association
Keywords: International Culture and Food Festival
1984-2017
OS Folder 14
Miscellaneous
Originating office: International Student Association
Keywords: International Culture and Food Festival
1984-1993; 2017
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Jubileers
For additional music-related materials, see also ephemera produced by the Glee Club.
1952 and undated
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Junior Class
These materials include an event program for the Junior Prom. The Junior class hosted a prom for the Senior class during Commencement Week.
1908-1916
OS Folder 14
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Kyiyo Native American Student Association
These materials contain information on the Kyi Yo Pow Wow, an annual event hosted at the University of Montana.
Event posters for the powwow exist in this part of the collection as both physical and electronic files.
1976-2018
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Montana Kaimin
Keywords: publication schedule; advertising rates
1982-1993
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Montana Public Interest Research Group, Inc. (MontPIRG)
Keywords: Milltown arsenic; environmental issues; consumer affairs issues
1972-1989 and undated
OS Folder 13
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Montana Public Interest Research Group, Inc. (MontPIRG)
Keywords: Milltown arsenic; environmental issues; consumer affairs issues
1983
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Mu Phi Epsilon
See also ephemera produced by Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia (the men's music honorary).
Keywords: women's music honorary
1951-1955
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Oratorical Association
See also ephemera produced by and for the Debate and Oratory Association.
Keywords: H.N. Buckley Prize Contest in Oratory
1897-1906
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Panhellenic Council
1973 and undated
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Phi Kappa Phi
Keywords: honors society
1954
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia
See also ephemera produced by Mu Phi Epsilon (the women's music honorary).
Keywords: men's music honorary
1953-1955
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Phi Sigma (Biological Sciences Honor Society)
Keywords: 20th anniversary; Lambda chapter
circa 1968
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Players Club
See also ephemera produced by the Dramatic Club, students of Dramatic Presentation, students of the English Department, Quill and Dagger, and the Montana Masquers.
1926
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Press Club
Keywords: songs; Dean Stone Night; Press Club Field Trip
1936 and undated
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Quill and Dagger
This program was likely produced by the Quill and Dagger Club.
See also ephemera produced by the Dramatic Club, students of Dramatic Presentation, students of the English Department, the Players Club, and the Montana Masquers.
circa 1910s
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Radical Students' Union
Keywords: student political activism; Vietnam War; left-wing politics
1969
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC)
These materials are provide information about the student strike to remove ROTC from campus.
1970
Series IV - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Rodeo Team
Keywords: Cowboy Ball
2013
Series IV - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Sigma Chi
Keywords: fraternities; Beta Delta chapter
1942
Series IV - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Sigma Kappa
Keywords: sororities; Alpha Nu chapter
1941
Series IV - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Sigma Nu
Keywords: fraternities; Gamma Phi chapter
1948
Series IV - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Sigma Xi
Keywords: lectures; Scientific Research Society
circa 1930s
Series IV - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Student Action Center
Keywords: student political activism; William "Bud" Moore; Student Environmental Research Center
1973-1986 and undated
OS Folder 13
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Student Action Center
Keywords: student political activism; William "Bud" Moore; Student Environmental Research Center
1980
Series IV - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Student Army Training Corps (S.A.T.C.)
These materials include "Songs compiled for the State University S.A.T.C." by DeLoss Smith. The song sheet includes patriotic songs, some of which were written during World War I including "Pack Up Your Troubles in Your Old Kit-bag" and ""Over There."
circa 1910s
Series IV - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Student Environmental Research Center
Keywords: public interest forum; University of Montana Energy Committee
1972 and undated
Series IV - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Student Film Society
1969
Series IV - 4.2
Student Mental Hygiene
Originating office: Student Mental Hygiene Society
1951
Series IV - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Students for Active Education
1983
Series IV - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Students for Justice
Keywords: budget crisis; University program review
1977
Series IV - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Students for the not-so-silent majority
These materials may have been produced by a student group informally known as the Students for the not-so-silent majority. It is unclear whether this group was an official ASUM organization or if it operated independently off-campus.
Keywords: student strike; ROTC continuation; left-wing politics; student political activism; Vietnam War
1970
Series IV - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Traditions Board
For more information on the Singing on the Steps event, see also Montana State University Presents Singing on the Steps: Selections by MSU's Musical Organizations in Series VI (Alumni), subseries 2 (Publications and Reports). This is a LP vinyl record produced by the Alumni Association and School of Music groups of songs traditionally sung during the event.
Keywords: Singing on the Steps; Yell Books; Bobcat-Grizzly event; Homecoming; Aber Day
1909-1988; circa 1930s
OS 3
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Traditions Board
For more information on the Singing on the Steps event, see also Montana State University Presents Singing on the Steps: Selections by MSU's Musical Organizations in Series VI (Alumni), subseries 2 (Publications and Reports). This is a LP vinyl record produced by the Alumni Association and School of Music groups of songs traditionally sung during the event.
Keywords: Singing on the Steps; Yell Books; Bobcat-Grizzly event; Homecoming; Aber Day
1907; circa 1920s
OS Folder 15
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Traditions Board
For more information on the Singing on the Steps event, see also Montana State University Presents Singing on the Steps: Selections by MSU's Musical Organizations in Series VI (Alumni), subseries 2 (Publications and Reports). This is a LP vinyl record produced by the Alumni Association and School of Music groups of songs traditionally sung during the event.
Keywords: Singing on the Steps; Yell Books; Bobcat-Grizzly event; Homecoming; Aber Day
1924-1984 and undated
Series IV - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: UM Advocates
Keywords: tours; fall orientation
1975
OS Folder 16
Miscellaneous
Originating office: UM Advocates
Keywords: tours; fall orientation
circa 1980s
Series IV - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: UM Productions
Some of these materials are event programs for 1967 and 1968 which were produced jointly by the Public Exercises and Visiting Lecturers' Committee (likely a faculty group) and the ASUM Program Council.
Keywords: campus events; events schedules; Public Exercises Committee; Performing Arts series
1910-2000 and undated
OS Folder 16
Miscellaneous
Originating office: UM Productions
Some of these materials are event programs for 1967 and 1968 which were produced jointly by the Public Exercises and Visiting Lecturers' Committee (likely a faculty group) and the ASUM Program Council.
Keywords: campus events; events schedules; Public Exercises Committee; Performing Arts series
1988-1993 and undated
Series IV - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating Office: UM Students of the IWW
Keywords: International Workers of the World; film screening; 13th
2016
Series IV - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: University Christian Fellowship
Keywords: religious group
circa 1990s
Series IV - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: University Film Society
1949-1952 and undated
Series IV - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: University Liquid Assets Corporation (U.L.A.C.)
These materials are related to the annual kegger event (Aber Day Kegger), which was held as a fundraiser for the Mansfield Library.
1975-1976
OS Folder 16
Miscellaneous
Originating office: University of Montana Chapter of the Wildlife Society
1978-1988
Series IV - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Women's Athletic Association (WAA)
This program was likely produced by or for the W.A.A.
Keywords: basketball tournament; Charter Day
1918
Series IV - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Women's Resource Center
Keywords: women's studies; feminism; gender politics
circa 1970s
Series IV - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA)
Keywords: religious groups
1909-1910
Series IV - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Young Women's Christian Association (YWCA)
Keywords: religious groups
1910-1918?
Series IV - 4.2
Miscellaneous
Originating office: unknown
Keywords: student political activism; left-wing politics; Vietnam War protest; Jumbo Hall; faculty-student raid
1948; 1972

Series V:  Campus Services, 1914-2018Return to Top

48.3 linear feet

This series contains materials produced by University offices that provide campus-wide services to students and the general campus public including University Relations, which serves as the university’s news bureau, Facilities Services, which maintains university buildings and grounds, and the UM Police Department, which is in charge of campus safety. It also contains materials produced by the University Center and the Bookstore.

Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries 1: A Serials
42.3 linear feet
This subseries contains all official press releases issued by the University of Montana, the Montanan magazine, the University’s official telephone directory, and ForUM, the University’s longest running newsletter for faculty, staff and administrators. It also contains issues of the University of Montana Bulletin.
These serials are organized alphabetically by the originating office title listed on the most recent issue in the folder and then by publication title. They are foldered chronologically.
1914-2018
Box
Series V - 1.1-10
Campus Guide
Originating office: University Relations
Previous title(s): Directory of the Staff of the University of Montana; Student and Faculty Directory; Directory of Students and Faculty; The Grizzly Guide; Directory of Faculty, Staff, Students; Faculty-Staff Directory; Directory; Telephone Directory
Some of these issues are part of the University of Montana Bulletin series. The Campus Guide is the University of Montana's official telephone directory. The title has changed several times during its almost 100-year run. Originally this directory was produced by the Office of the Chancellor in Helena, Montana, and only included the contact information of University of Montana staff. By 1920 UM's Office of the Registrar began publishing a student and faculty directory. Between 1950 and 1965 the directory was published by Kappa Tau, a UM student honorary society. This iteration was known as the Grizzly Guide. Since 2008 the directory has held the title of Campus Guide.
Multiple missing issues include 1947-1950, 1957-1959, and 1965-1966.
1917-1946; 1950-2018
OS 6
ForUM
Originating office: University Relations
Previous title(s): News Bulletin; Weekly Bulletin; Biweekly Bulletin; Faculty and Staff Newsletter; Newsletter; Campus Newsletter; News Forum
This campus newsletter contains information submitted about and by faculty and staff. It has held several different titles during its 80+ year run, and exists in both bound volumes and loose sheets. The Newsletter, first published in 1973, replaced by The Faculty and Staff Newsletter and The Establishment, a newsletter published between 1969 and 1973 for UM administration. Forum is no longer printed but published digitally and distributed via email to UM faculty, staff and administration.
For additional campus news for faculty, administrators, and staff, see also The Establishment in Series V (Campus Services), subseries 2 (B Serials).
Multiple issues missing.
1914-1964
Series V - 1.1-3
ForUM
Originating office: University Relations
Previous title(s): News Bulletin; Weekly Bulletin; Biweekly Bulletin; Faculty and Staff Newsletter; Newsletter; Campus Newsletter; News Forum
Multiple issues missing.
1953-2006
OS 7
Montanan
Originating office: University Relations
Previous title(s): UM Profiles; Profiles; The University
This publication was originally titled UM Profiles (published 1969-1980 by Information Services), then Profiles in 1974, and then The University from 1980-1983. It began as a newsletter sent mainly to UM alums, and was eventually reformatted as a magazine with additional photos, features, and news highlighting specific University accomplishments.
A full run exists in the collection.
1969-1980
Series V - 1.1-4
Montanan
Originating office: University Relations
Previous title(s): UM Profiles; Profiles; The University
1980-2018
Series V - 1.1-59
News Releases
Originating office: University Relations
Previous title(s): News; UM News; Media Release
This serial run, generally referred to as "press releases" contains information about University events and highlights that was sent to the media for broadcast and publication. UM News Tips, a separate, but similar, publication by University Relations, has been interfiled chronologically with this title. News Releases are no longer printed, but are available digitally through the University Relations website. The May 1945 news releases provide information about the number of UM students who were killed serving in World War I or II.
Multiple missing issues.
1928-2011
Subseries 2: B Serials
3.0 linear feet
This subseries contains short-run and single-issue newsletters, handbooks, course schedules, and vehicle regulations.
These serials are organized alphabetically by the originating office title listed on the most recent issue in the folder and then by publication title. They are foldered chronologically.
1916-2016
Box
Series V - 2.1
Interbytes Dispatch
Originating office: Computing and Information Services
Previous title(s): IT Update
This newsletter was published by Computing and Information Services in conjunction with the Information Technology Resource Center.
1999-2001
Series V - 2.1
Career Development Program
Originating Office: Human Resource Services (HRS)
Previous titles(s): Staff Development Program; Professional Enhancement Program
These booklets provide University of Montana staff members with information about the professional development opportunities provided by the University.
1999-2005
Series V - 2.1
The Establishment
Originating office: Information Services
This newsletter was published by University of Montana administration for students and faculty with articles on general campus events and news. The title was produced in conjunction with the Faculty and Staff Newsletter until 1973 when the two publications were combined and renamed Campus Newsletter.
For additional campus news for UM employees, see also ForUM in Series V (Campus Services), subseries 1 (A Serials).
1969-1972
Series V - 2.2
The Establishment
Originating office: Information Services
This newsletter was published by University of Montana administration for students and faculty with articles on general campus events and news. The title was produced in conjunction with the Faculty and Staff Newsletter until 1973 when the two publications were combined and renamed Campus Newsletter.
For additional campus news for UM employees, see also ForUM in Series V (Campus Services), subseries 1 (A Serials).
1972-1973
Series V - 2.2
UM President's Newsletter
Originating office: Information Services
This newsletter produced information from the President's Office about University of Montana events.
Only a few issues exist in the collection.
Keywords: Grizzly Statue; University Center
1968-1969
Series V - 2.2
Bits
Originating office: Information Technology
Previous title(s): Grizzly Bytes
This newsletter provides information on the role of the Information Technology department on campus as well as descriptions of short courses related to computing and information systems offered by the department.
1984-2009
Series V - 2.2
Shop Talk
Originating office: Physical Plant Department
This newsletter contains information on parking, telephone services, general maintenance of graounds and buildings, and upcoming contruction projects.
1983-1986
Series V - 2.2
Campus Parking
Originating office: Office of Public Safety
This newsletter offers information related to on-campus parking and parking permits, cycling rules, and public transportation.
1990-1994
Series V - 2.2
"With Your Personal Safety In Mind"
Originating office: Office of Public Safety
Previous title(s): Drug and Alcohol Guidelines; Personal Safety Handbook
In 1992 The Drug and Alcohol Guidelines handbook and the Personal Safety Handbook were combined into the "With Your Personal Safety in Mind" handbook. The handbook discusses the University's drug and alcohol policies for students and provides information related to personal safety including guidelines for sexual assault awareness and prevention. Publication of the title ceased in in 2010, but personal safety information is available on the University of Montana's Division of Student Affairs website.
Some issues missing.
1990-2002; 2005-2007 and undated
Series V - 2.3
"With Your Personal Safety In Mind"
Originating office: Office of Public Safety
Previous title(s): Drug and Alcohol Guidelines; Personal Safety Handbook
In 1992 The Drug and Alcohol Guidelines handbook and the Personal Safety Handbook were combined into the "With Your Personal Safety in Mind" handbook. The handbook discusses the University's drug and alcohol policies for students and provides information related to personal safety including guidelines for sexual assault awareness and prevention. Publication of the title ceased in in 2010, but personal safety information is available on the University of Montana's Division of Student Affairs website.
Some issues missing.
2008-2010
Series V - 2.3
Kinnikinnik
Originating office: UC Bookstore
This is a literary journal that solicited and published visual art, poetry, fiction, and non-fiction by University of Montana students.
1990-1992
Series V - 2.3
Vehicle Regulations
Originating office: UM Police Department
Previous title(s): Motor Vehicle Regulations; Campus Parking Regulation
This annual publication is a comprehensive guide to the University of Montana rules for campus parking.
1960-2016
Series V - 2.3
Annual Report
Originating office: University Center
2001-2002
Series V - 2.3
Experiential College Course Schedule
Originating office: University Center
Previous title(s): Experimental College Course Schedule
This catalog lists all of the short, non-credit courses offered by the University Center's Experimental College.
Keywords: Office of Student Involvement
1998-2003
OS 1
Guide
Originating office: University Center
This publication offers information about University Center events, services, and student activities. It also functions as a course catalog for classes offered by the UC's Experimental College.
Some issues missing.
Keywords: food court; student activities
1997-1999
OS 1
The Guide to Student Organizations
Originating office: University Center
This publication provides a comprehensive list of all official ASUM student organizations and brief descriptions of each.
Some issues missing.
Keywords: student activities; Office of Student Involvement
1998-2000
Series V - 2.3
The UC News
Originating office: University Center Building Association
This newsletter provides brief news stories about events sponsored by the University Center. As of 2015 the publication was available electronically on the University Center's website.
1993
Series V - 2.3
Center Courses
Originating office: University Center Programming Services
This publication lists the non-credit course offerings provided by the University Center. It started as a pamphlet, then as the number of courses increased number, it became a larger booklet.
For more information on non-credit adult education courses, see the Experiential College Course Schedule as well as materials produced by the School of Extended and Lifelong Learning and the Center for Continuing Education and Summer Programs.
Keywords: adult education; Free University
1973-1981
OS 1
Center Courses
Originating office: University Center Programming Services
This publication lists the non-credit course offerings provided by the University Center. It started as a pamphlet, then as the number of courses increased number, it became a larger booklet.
For more information on non-credit adult education courses, see the Experiential College Course Schedule as well as materials produced by the School of Extended and Lifelong Learning and the Center for Continuing Education and Summer Programs.
Keywords: adult education; Free University
1981
Series V - 2.3
News About U
Originating office: University Communications
Previous title(s): News Clippings; Quarter Report
This publication started as photocopied newspaper clippings about the University of Montana and evolved into a bound volume containing a variety of news articles about the University.
1975-1989
Series V - 2.4
News About U
Originating office: University Communications
Previous title(s): News Clippings; Quarter Report
This publication started as photocopied newspaper clippings about the University of Montana and evolved into a bound volume containing a variety of news articles about the University.
1989-1991
Series V - 2.5
News About U
Originating office: University Communications
Previous title(s): News Clippings; Quarter Report
This publication started as photocopied newspaper clippings about the University of Montana and evolved into a bound volume containing a variety of news articles about the University.
1991-1993
Series V - 2.5
Main Hall to Main Street
Originating office: University Relations
This campus newsletter was started during President George Dennison's tenure at UM.
1995-1998
Series V - 2.6
Main Hall to Main Street
Originating office: University Relations
This campus newsletter was started during President George Dennison's tenure at UM.
1999-2010
Series V - 2.6
Montana's Agenda
Originating office: University Relations
This newsletter is edited by several UM professors as well as the University Executive Vice President, the director of the O'Connor Center for the Rocky Mountain West, and the Mansfield Center Education Liaison. It discusses topics related to Montana politics, education, and social issues.
2005-2010
Series V - 2.6
Special Campus Newsletter
Originating office: University Relations
According to the first issue, the purpose of this newsletter was to keep the campus community "informed about developments related to the governor's call for cutbacks."
Only a few issues were published.
Keywords: budget cuts; Board of Regents; revenue shortfall
1991
Series V - 2.6
UM Update
Originating office: University Relations
This is a newsletter.
1992
OS Folder 6
University of Montana Calendar
Originating office: University Relations
Previous title(s): Montana State University Calendar
These calendars provide dates of campus-wide events including the first and last day of classes, breaks, commencement, game days, etc. This title was originally published by the Office of the President. Between 1953 and 1967, the calendars were compiled and printed yearly. After June 1967, the calendars were printed on a quarterly basis. Current University events are listed on the University's home page.
Keywords: summer session calendar; university events; athletic events; musical events; scholastic events
1953-1967
OS Folder 7
University of Montana Calendar
Originating office: University Relations
Previous title(s): Montana State University Calendar
These calendars provide dates of campus-wide events including the first and last day of classes, breaks, commencement, game days, etc. This title was originally published by the Office of the President. Between 1953 and 1967, the calendars were compiled and printed yearly. After June 1967, the calendars were printed on a quarterly basis. Current University events are listed on the University's home page.
Keywords: summer session calendar; university events; athletic events; musical events; scholastic events
1967-1986
Series V - 2.6
Montana State University Telephone Directory
Originating office: unknown
These directories provide telephone numbers for University of Montana faculty, staff, departments and offices. Students are not listed.
1961-1964
Series V - 2.6
Roster of University Committees
Originating office: unknown
This booklet, likely produced by University Relations, provides a list of University committees and also the faculty and staff members who serve on each one.
1989-1991
Series V - 2.6
The State University of Montana Faculty Directory
Originating office: unknown
This directory provides the home address and telephone number for each University of Montana faculty member.
1916-1917
Series V - 2.6
UM Facts
Originating office: unknown
These booklets provide prospective students with basic information about the University including historical milestones, marks of scholarly distinction, descriptions of degree programs, and recreational opportunities.
1969-1998 and undated
Subseries 3: Publications and Reports
1.0 linear feet
This subseries contains handbooks and manuals including the graphics standards manual and a general university guidebook. It also includes the Bulletin Publication List which lists the title of each University of Montana Bulletin issue.
These items are organized alphabetically by originating office and then by publication title.
1950-2011
Box
Series V - 3.1
Associated Students' Store
Originating office: Associated Students' Store, Inc.
Previous title(s): Know Your…M.S.U. Bookstore Inc.
This booklet provides information on the when the bookstore was founded as well as its purpose, ownership, and the services it offers.
circa 1970s
Series V - 3.1
BearFacts
Originating office: Bookstore at the University of Montana
This calendar and datebook also provides an brief encyclopedia describing various University offices and departments as well as subjects of interest to students such as employment, deferred payment plans, recreation facilities. These topics are organized alphabetically.
1998
Series V - 3.1
Clerical Employee Manual
Originating office: Clerical Department
This booklet lists guidelines for new employees of the University of Montana's Clerical Department.
circa 1970s
Series V - 3.1
What Clerical Can Do For You...
Originating office: Clerical Department
This booklet provides other University of Montana offices with information about the Clerical Department and its services.
1975
Series V - 3.1
Student Computer Purchase Guide
Originating office: Computing and Information Services
circa 1990s
Series V - 3.1
Faculty / Staff Handbook
Originating office: Human Resource Services (HRS)
This book doesn't have an official title, but it provides University of Montana faculty and staff with general personnel information as well as insurance professional development, annual leave, and performance evaluations.
circa 1990s
Series V - 3.1
Campus Guide
Originating office: Information Services
This is a different publication from the Campus Guide telephone directory. This booklet was produced by Information Services for the following purposes: "recruitment material, information for campus visitors or hand-outs at off-campus conferences." Some Campus Guides are part of a larger information packets that can be found in ephemera produced by Admissions or Office of the Registrar.
1967-1971 and undated
Series V - 3.1
The Faculty and Staff Handbook
Originating office: Information Services
This handbook provides University of Montana faculty and staff guidelines recommmended in University policies and practices.
1971
Series V - 3.1
Official Graphics Standards Manual
Originating office: Office for Integrated Communications
This manual provides guidelines for using the University of Montana logo and for producing materials that meet visual consistency standards.
See also Manual of Style in Series I (Administration), subseries 2 (B Serials).
1996; 2011
Series V - 3.1
Information Technology Plan for the University of Montana
Originating office: Joint Information Technologies Planning Committee
This report presents recommendations for the university's future use of information technologies.
1992
Series V - 3.1
Personnel / Staff Handbook
Originating office: Personnel Office
This book was likely produced by the Personnel Office and doesn't have an official title. It provides staff and other non-faculty personnel of the University of Montana with information about performance expectations, grievance procedures, supervisor responsibilities, and promotions.
circa 1960s
Series V - 3.1
Physical Plant Department Check Book
Originating office: Physical Plant Department
Previous title(s): Physical Plant Handbook
This booklet provides information for faculty and staff regarding university vehicles, building construction and maintenance, telephone and mail services, and parking.
1966-1984
Series V - 3.1
Physical Plant Department: What It Is and How to Use It
Originating office: Physical Plant Department
This booklet provides information about the Physical Plant Department and its role on campus.
1966
Series V - 3.1
University of Montana Printing Services' Report to the President
Originating office: Printing Department
This booklet is likely an annual report.
1968
Series V - 3.1
Faculty and Administration
Originating office: Publications and News Service
This booklet lists the faculty members and administrators at the University at the time of publication as well as their areas of interest.
Keywords: prospective student information
circa 1950s
Series V - 3.1
The University of Montana Cyclist's Survival Guide
Originating office: Safety and Security Division
This booklet includes the traffic laws and safety tips for cyclists.
1986
Series V - 3.2
Special Report: Liquor Sales in the University Center
Originating office: University Center
This booklet, authored by Garry South for the University Center, provides an overview of the Center's options relating to liquor sales in the building.
1976
Series V - 3.2
UM Style Guide
Originating office: University Relations
This booklet provides writing guidelines for text produced by University departments and offices. It includes writing standards for academic titles, names and use of of the University of Montana name. It also provides information on grammar, spelling, and punctuation.
See also Manual of Style in Series I (Administration), subseries 2 (B Serials).
1998
Series V - 3.2
The University from A to Z
Originating office: University Relations
This volume was created by University Relations with the assistance of the School of Journalism as a subject guide for new students. The organization is alphabetical by subject.
1982
Series V - 3.2
Bulletin Publication List
Originating office: unknown
Although this list has no official title, it is a catalog of every issue of the University of Montana Bulletin series that was published from 1900 to 1973.
1973
Series V - 3.2
Faculty Manual
Originating office: unknown
This handbook provides University of Montana faculty and staff guidelines recommmended in University policies and practices.
1965
Subseries 4: Ephemera
2.5 linear feet
This subseries contains pamphlets, leaflets, and flyers with information about parking, campus safety, campus technology, University Center events, and fundraising campaigns.
The materials are organized alphabetically by the originating office title listed on the most recently published piece of ephemera in the folder and then chronologically.
1938-2016
Box
Series V - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Campus Grounds Committee
Keywords: parking notice
circa 1947
Series V - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Campus Services
Keywords: vehicle repair; printing services; mail services
1990-1991
Series V - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Clerical Department
Keywords: open house; moving sales
1969-1971
Series V - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Computer Center
1964-1986
Series V - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Computing and Information Services
Keywords: short courses; Y2K preparedness; computer labs; Technology and Learning Collaborative
1990-2004 and undated
Series V - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Facilities Services
Keywords: steam tunnel construction
1985-2007
Series V - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Human Resource Services (HRS)
Keywords: professional development; insurance / benefits; career planning
1997-2007
Series V - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Information Services
1967
Series V - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Information Technology
2013-2016
Series V - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Information Technology Resource Center
Keywords: Technology Tuesday; brown-bag lunches
circa 2000s
Series V - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Printing and Graphic Services
Keywords: Campus Quick Copy
1969-1971 and undated
Series V - 4.1
Miscellaneous Campus Maps
Originating office: Office of Public Safety
Keywords: parking; emergency telephones; building locations
1938-2015 and undated
Series V - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Office of Public Safety
There is no originating office listed for many of these items, but they were likely produced by the Office of Public Safety.
Keywords: parking; transportation; locks; vandalism
1992-2003 and undated
Series V - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Transportation Services
Keywords: motor pool; Facilities Services
circa 1990s
Series V - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: UC Bookstore
Keywords: University Centennial; Homecoming
1993
Series V - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: University Center
Keywords: Outdoor Program; campus events; grand opening; Ursa Major Leadership Program
1969-1996 and undated
OS Folder 17
Miscellaneous
Originating office: University Center
Keywords: Outdoor Program; campus events; grand opening; Ursa Major Leadership Program; student leadership awards
1987-2014
Series V - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: University Center Event Planning Office
Keywords: room reservations; special events
2004
Series V - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: University Center Foodservice
circa 1980s-1990s
Series V - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: University Center Gallery
Keywords: exhibits
1976-2015 and undated
Series V - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: University Center Multicultural Alliance
Keywords: Cultural Awareness Initiative; National Coalition Building Institute
2002-2003 and undated
Series V - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: University Center Programming
Keywords: Art Fair; Folk Festival; University Centennial
1990-1994
Series V - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: University Center Theater
1970-2004 and undated
Series V - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: University of Montana Press
Materials that list Montana State University Press as the originating office were published before 1965.
circa 1950S; 1965 and undated
Series V - 4.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: University Relations
Keywords: tours; fundraising; University Centennial
1972-2014

Series VI:  Alumni, 1906-2016Return to Top

6.3 linear feet

This series contains materials produced by the Office of Alumni Relations and Alumni Association. It contains a variety of newsletters, yearbooks, homecoming programs, flyers, and leaflets mostly produced for University of Montana alums.

Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries 1: B Serials
4.5 linear feet
This subseries includes newsletters and reunion yearbooks.
These serials are organized alphabetically by the originating office title listed on the most recent issue in the folder and then by publication title. They are foldered chronologically.
1906-2016
Box
Series VI - 1.1
Alumni Association Legislative Newsletter
Originating office: Alumni Association
This newsletter provides information about the various Montana legislative activities that could affect the University of Montana. Of particular concern are initiatives that decrease funding for higher education.
1987
Series VI - 1.1
Alumni Newsletter
Originating office: Alumni Association
Previous title(s): For Your Information
1965-1967
Series VI - 1.1
Alumni Perspectives
Originating office: Alumni Association
This is a newsletter.
1977-1982
OS 1
alumnotes
Originating office: Alumni Association
This is a newsletter.
1973
Series VI - 1.1
Class of…Reunion Book
Originating office: Alumni Association
Previous title(s): Homecoming…Honoring Reunion Classes; Class of…Reunion
This yearbook was produced for each class reunion and provides summaries of various alumnus achievements.
Mulitiple issues missing.
1979-2009
OS Volume 1
Copper, Silver, Gold
Originating office: Alumni Association
Previous title(s): (Alumni) News Bulletin; Alumni News
The (Alumni) News Bulletin is not the same publication as the Montana State University News Bulletin produced by Information Services or the University of Montana Bulletin series. This publication (later renamed Copper, Silver, Gold) was a newsletter produced for University of Montana alums.
For additional alumni news, see also The Montanan in Series V (Campus Services), subseries 1 (A Serials).
1937-1948
Series VI - 1.2
Copper, Silver, Gold
Originating office: Alumni Association
Previous title(s): (Alumni) News Bulletin; Alumni News
The (Alumni) News Bulletin is not the same publication as the Montana State University News Bulletin produced by Information Services or the University of Montana Bulletin series. This publication (later renamed Copper, Silver, Gold) was a newsletter produced for University of Montana alums.
For additional alumni news, see also The Montanan in Series V (Campus Services), subseries 1 (A Serials).
1946-1960
Series VI - 1.3
Copper, Silver, Gold
Originating office: Alumni Association
Previous title(s): (Alumni) News Bulletin; Alumni News
The (Alumni) News Bulletin is not the same publication as the Montana State University News Bulletin produced by Information Services or the University of Montana Bulletin series. This publication (later renamed Copper, Silver, Gold) was a newsletter produced for University of Montana alums.
For additional alumni news, see also The Montanan in Series V (Campus Services), subseries 1 (A Serials).
1960-1969
Series VI - 1.4
Grizzly Bulletin
Originating office: Alumni Association
This is a newsletter.
1990 and undated
Series VI - 1.4
M'emo
Originating office: Alumni Association
This is a newsletter.
1959-1960
Series VI - 1.4
The Montana Alumnus
Originating office: Alumni Association
This scholarly publication was a "quarterly journal edited and published by the Alumni Association of the University of Montana."
1906-1907; 1922-1933
OS 1
Silvertips (Dammit)
Originating office: Alumni Association
This newsletter was likely produced by the University of Montana Alumni Association. It contains information about University of Montana alums including their career achievements and where they resided during the early 1950s.
1952
Series VI - 1.4
Alumni Activities
Originating office: Office of Alumni Relations and Alumni Association
As of 2015, this was the University of Montana Alumni Association's primary newsletter and is available electronically through the Alumni Association's website.
Multiple issues missing.
1994-2016
Series VI - 1.5
Alumni Association Directory
Originating office: Office of Alumni Relations and Alumni Association
This is a telephone directory of University of Montana alums belonging to the Alumni Association, and it is printed every four years. The 1993 volume is a special University Centennial edition.
For additional alumni information, see also Alumni Quarterly in Series I (Administration), subseries 2 (B Serials).
1989-2001
Series VI - 1.6
Alumni Association Directory
Originating office: Office of Alumni Relations and Alumni Association
This is a telephone directory of University of Montana alums belonging to the Alumni Association, and it is printed every four years. The 1993 volume is a special University Centennial edition.
For additional alumni information, see also Alumni Quarterly in Series I (Administration), subseries 2 (B Serials).
2006-2014
Series VI - 1.7
Board of Directors…Handbook
Originating office: Office of Alumni Relations and Alumni Association
This booklet, produced for Alumni Association board members, includes a fiscal summary, events calendar, committee descriptions, and the association's mission statement.
2004-2005
Series VI - 1.7
Moments to Remember
Originating office: Office of Alumni Relations and Alumni Association
This yearbook was produced for decade class reunions (1950-1959, 1960-1969, and 1970-1979) and provides summaries of various alumnus achievements.
Some issues missing.
1987-1989
OS 8
UM Alumni Association Calendar
Originating office: Office of Alumni Relations and Alumni Association
This annual calendar features pictures of University landmarks, buildings, historic events, and people for each month.
Some issues missing.
2003-2013
Subseries 2: Publications and Reports
1.3 linear feet
This subseries contains single-issue publications about alumni reunions and specific student organizations on campus including the Jubileers and the Silent Sentinel.
These items are organized alphabetically by originating office and then by publication title.
1910-1998
Box
Series VI - 2.1
Grizzly Gold: A University of Montana Centennial Portrait
Originating office: Office of Alumni Relations and Alumni Association
This booklet provides pictures of University students, landmarks, buildings and activities. It was produced for the University Centennial.
1992
Series VI - 2.1
Reunion Record
Originating office: Office of Alumni Relations and Alumni Association
This reunion yearbook was produced for the Class of 1960. It lists the various alumni by name and provides information about their current employment.
1985
Series VI - 2.1
Through the Years with the Jubileers, 1946-1976
Originating office: Office of Alumni Relations and Alumni Association
This booklet lists the members of the Jubileers and includes current employment information. It also provides pictures of the Jubileers taken each school year.
1976
Series VI - 2.1
UM Speakers Bureau
Originating office: Office of Alumni Relations and Alumni Association
These booklets provide the names of faculty members and students who participated in the program and were available to give presentations on their area of expertise. In addition to Alumni Relations, the UM Speakers Bureau was overseen by University Communications and the Office of Research Administration.
1969-1996 and undated
Series VI - 2.1
Why the University of Montana Should Be Your Alma Mater
Originating office: Office of Alumni Relations and Alumni Association
This essay was written by Alumni Association president, Fred E. Buck.
Keywords: prospective student information
circa 1910s
OS 8
Montana State University Presents Singing on the Steps: Selections by MSU's Musical Organizations
Originating office: Montana State Alumni Association
These records were published by the Alumni Association to commemorate the student tradition of Singing on the Steps. Historically students gathered on the steps of Main Hall, often on the Friday before a football game, to sing university songs including "Old College Chums," "Up with Montana," "Fight Montana," "Montana," and "Montana, My Montana." The songs on these records were recorded by the following School of Music student groups: Symphonic Band, A Cappella Choir, and Sinfonia Chorus.
circa 1950s
Series VI - 2.1
A History of Silent Sentinel
Originating office: Silent Sentinel Reunion Committee
This publication was authored by Robert Dozier.
1998
Subseries 3: Ephemera
0.5 linear feet
This subseries contains leaflets, pamphlets, and flyers with information on alumni banquets, homecoming, alumni reunions, the University Centennial, and Charter Day.
The materials are organized alphabetically by the originating office title listed on the most recently published piece of ephemera in the folder and then chronologically.
1909-2016
Box
Series VI - 3.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Office of Alumni Relations and Alumni Association
Keywords: Alumni College; Referendum 64; "Through the Year at the U"; Homecoming; alumni reunion; University Centennial; Charter Day
1909-2016 and undated
OS Folder 18
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Office of Alumni Relations and Alumni Association
Keywords: Alumni College; Referendum 64; "Through the Year at the U"; Homecoming; alumni reunion; University Centennial; Charter Day
1988-1994

Series VII:  Athletics, 1913-2017Return to Top

3.5 linear feet

This series contains materials produced by the Intercollegiate Athletics which oversees all NCAA-sponsored sports on campus including football, basketball, volleyball, soccer, tennis, track and field, and cross country. Materials related to intramurals and other campus recreation activities are located in Series II: Student Services.

Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries 1: B Serials
3.0 linear feet
This subseries contains serials such as game day programs which were produced for a variety of sports teams including Lady Griz basketball, Grizzly football and Grizzly basketball. It also contains media guides and The Spectator, an “official” souvenir program for both the Grizzly football and basketball teams.
This subseries is organized alphabetically by originating office title then by sport. It is further organized alphabetically by publication title, then foldered chronologically.
1914-2017
Box
Series VII - 1.1
Grizzly Athletic Association Newsletter
Originating office: Grizzly Athletic Association
1990
Series VII - 1.1
Grizzlies on the Move
Originating office: Intercollegiate Athletics
These pictorial booklets provide information on University Athletics coaches, training facilities, and various UM sports.
Keywords: prospective student information
1981-1984
Series VII - 1.1
Grizzly All College Sports Guide
Originating office: Intercollegiate Athletics
Previous title(s): Grizzlies…; Spring Sports Press Brochure
This publication is a media guide that was produced for various local media outlets and includes information on the coaches, players and game schedules.
1951-2003
Series VII - 1.1
Grizzly Sports Information
Originating office: Intercollegiate Athletics
This handout which contains information on upcoming games and team stats was likely produced as a press release for local media outlets.
1990
Series VII - 1.1
Grizzly Tips
Originating office: Intercollegiate Athletics
This is a newsletter.
Only two issues exist in the collection.
1975-1985
Series VII - 1.1
Official Program
Originating office: Intercollegiate Athletics
This official, souvenir program was produced for the Big Sky conference Winter Championships and includes information on the following events: wrestling, skiing, and swimming.
1968
Series VII - 1.1
The Spectator
Originating office: Intercollegiate Athletics
This publication is subtitled the "Official Souvenir Program Magazine" for the University of Montana Grizzly Football and Basketball teams.
For additional football and basketball event programs, see also Game Day Programs.
Keywords: homecoming; Stan Renning; Grizzly-Bobcat game
1958-1959
Series VII - 1.1
Student-Athlete Handbook
Originating office: Intercollegiate Athletics
This annual publication contains information on rules and regulations governing student athlete conduct.
1990-1994
Series VII - 1.1
UM Bear Backer Student Directory
Originating office: Intercollegiate Athletics
This is a directory of University student names and telephone numbers.
1977
Series VII - 1.1
Cross Country Meet Program
Originating office: Intercollegiate Athletics: Cross Country
There is no official titles for this publication. It is a meet program for the University of Montana's cross country running team.
1967
Series VII - 1.1
Game Day Program
Originating office: Intercollegiate Athletics: Grizzly Basketball
There is no official title listed on these items, but they are a series of game day programs produced for Grizzly Basketball team. Some of these programs were produced by the Athletic Board.
For more game day programs, see The Spectator, UM's official souvenir program magazine.
Keywords: Champion Holiday Classic; Field House dedication
1945-1974
Series VII - 1.2
Game Day Program
Originating office: Intercollegiate Athletics: Grizzly Basketball
There is no official title listed on these items, but they are a series of game day programs produced for Grizzly Basketball team. Some of these programs were produced by the Athletic Board.
For more game day programs, see The Spectator, UM's official souvenir program magazine.
Keywords: Champion Holiday Classic; Field House dedication
1975-1987
Series VII - 1.6
Game Day Program
Originating office: Intercollegiate Athletics: Grizzly and Lady Griz Basketball
These publication is a game day program for both the Grizzly Basketball and the Lady Griz teams.
For more game day programs, see The Spectator, UM's official souvenir program magazine.
2013-2017
Series VII - 1.2
Postseason Media Packet
Originating office: Intercollegiate Athletics: Grizzly Basketball
This media guide was produced post-season for various local media outlets and provides information on team statistics.
1981-1990
Series VII - 1.2
Media Guide
Originating office: Intercollegiate Athletics: Grizzly Basketball
Previous title(s): Basketball Information; Yearbook
This guide is produced for various local media outlets and includes information on the coaches, players and game schedules.
1955-1982
Series VII - 1.3
Media Guide
Originating office: Intercollegiate Athletics: Grizzly Basketball
Previous title(s): Basketball Information; Yearbook
This guide is produced for various local media outlets and includes information on the coaches, players and game schedules.
1982-1992
Series VII - 1.6
Media Guide
Originating office: Intercollegiate Athletics: Grizzly Basketball
Previous title(s): Basketball Information; Yearbook
This guide is produced for various local media outlets and includes information on the coaches, players and game schedules.
2002-2006
Series VII - 1.3
Game Day Program
Originating office: Intercollegiate Athletics: Grizzly Football
There is no official title listed on these items, but they are a series of game day programs produced for Grizzly Football team. Some of the early programs were produced by ASUM. In addition, many of the early Homecoming Day programs list events besides football such as a cross country race and various festivities.
Keywords: Homecoming; Grizzly-Bobcat; Navy Day; Parent Day
1914-1979
Series VII - 1.4
Game Day Program
Originating office: Intercollegiate Athletics: Grizzly Football
There is no official title listed on these items, but they are a series of game day programs produced for Grizzly Football team. Some of the early programs were produced by ASUM. In addition, many of the early Homecoming Day programs list events besides football such as a cross country race and various festivities.
Keywords: Homecoming; Grizzly-Bobcat; Navy Day; Parent Day
1980-2012
Series VII - 1.6
Game Day Program
Originating office: Intercollegiate Athletics: Grizzly Football
There is no official title listed on these items, but they are a series of game day programs produced for Grizzly Football team. Some of the early programs were produced by ASUM. In addition, many of the early Homecoming Day programs list events besides football such as a cross country race and various festivities.
Keywords: Homecoming; Grizzly-Bobcat; Navy Day; Parent Day
2013-2014
Series VII - 1.4
Yearbook
Originating office: Intercollegiate Athletics: Grizzly Football
Previous title(s): Grizzly Grid Guide; Gridiron Guide; Grizzly Press Guide; Grizzly Football; Media Guide
This publication is a media guide that was produced for various local media outlets and includes information on the coaches, players and game schedules.
1951-1980
Series VII - 1.5
Yearbook
Originating office: Intercollegiate Athletics: Grizzly Football
Previous title(s): Grizzly Grid Guide; Gridiron Guide; Grizzly Press Guide; Grizzly Football; Media Guide
This publication is a media guide that was produced for various local media outlets and includes information on the coaches, players and game schedules.
1981-2003
Series VII - 1.6
Yearbook
Originating office: Intercollegiate Athletics: Grizzly Football
Previous title(s): Grizzly Grid Guide; Gridiron Guide; Grizzly Press Guide; Grizzly Football; Media Guide
This publication is a media guide that was produced for various local media outlets and includes information on the coaches, players and game schedules.
2006-2007
Series VII - 1.5
Game Day Program
Originating office: Intercollegiate Athletics: Lady Griz Basketball
There is no official title listed on these items, but they are a series of game day programs produced for Lady Grizzly Basketball team.
See also the combined game day programs for the Grizzly Basketball and Lady Griz teams.
Keywords: Insurance Classic; Region IX Tournament; National Championship
1981-1985
Series VII - 1.5
Media Guide
Originating office: Intercollegiate Athletics: Lady Griz Basketball
Previous title(s): Yearbook
This publication is a media guide that was produced for various local media outlets and includes information on the coaches, players and game schedules.
1980-2003
Series VII - 1.5
Official Program
Originating office: Intercollegiate Athletics: Lady Griz Basketball
These are the official souvenir programs for the Lady Grizzly Basketball team.
1978-1988
Series VII - 1.5
Postseason Media Guide
Originating office: Intercollegiate Athletics: Lady Griz Basketball
This media guide was produced post-season for various local media outlets and provides information on team statistics.
1990
Series VII - 1.6
Media Guide
Originating office: Intercollegiate Athletics: Soccer
This media guide was produced post-season for various local media outlets and provides information on team statistics.
2001-2006
Series VII - 1.5
Meet Program
Originating office: Intercollegiate Athletics: Track and Field
There is no official title listed on these items, but they are a series of meet programs produced for University of Montana's track and field team.
1911-1983
Series VII - 1.6
Game Day Program
Originating office: Intercollegiate Athletics: Women's Volleyball
There is no official title listed on these items, but they are a series of game day programs produced for the volleyball team.
Keywords: Northwest Championships; Glacier Invitational Tournament
1980-1993
Series VII - 1.6
Media Guide
Originating office: Intercollegiate Athletics: Women's Volleyball
This publication is a media guide that was produced for various local media outlets and includes information on the coaches, players and game schedules.
1982-1993
Series VII - 1.6
Official Program
Originating office: Intercollegiate Athletics: Women's Volleyball
These are the official souvenir programs for the University of Montana's women's volleyball team.
1979-1987
Subseries 2: Ephemera
0.5 linear feet
This subseries contains ephemera such as pamphlets and flyers with information about team schedules, sports clinics, awards banquets, and season tickets.
The ephemera has been grouped alphabetically by originating office title rather than by individual sport and then foldered chronologically.
1913-2016
Box
Series VII - 2.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Athletic Board
Keywords: Missoula Athletic Finance Campaign; Grizzly Booster program
1940
Series VII - 2.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Intercollegiate Athletics
These folders include materials produced for various UM athletics including track and field, cross country, gymnastics, football, basketball, swimming and diving, cheerleading, and wrestling.
Keywords: team schedules; sports cheers; season tickets; Field House renovation; clinics; awards banquets
1913-2016 and undated
Series VII - 2.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Grizzly Athletic Association
These folders include materials produced for by the Association, which raised money for UM Athletics.
Keywords: Parent's Day; club membership
1977-1983 and undated
OS Folder 19
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Intercollegiate Athletics
These folders include materials produced for various UM athletics including track and field, cross country, gymnastics, football, basketball, swimming and diving, cheerleading, and wrestling.
Keywords: team schedules; sports cheers; season tickets; Field House renovation; clinics; awards banquets
1983-1993 and undated

Series VIII:  Faculty and Staff, 1943-2015 and undatedReturn to Top

1.8 linear feet

This series contains materials produced for faculty and staff of the University of Montana as well as materials produced by entities that represent and support them such as the Montana Public Employees Association (MPEA) - UM Chapter, Faculty Development Office, and Wellness Center.

Container(s) Description Dates
Subseries 1: B Serials
0.8 linear feet
This susbseries contains serials such as faculty calendars, MPEA newsletters, and faculty / staff wellness guides.
This subseries is organized alphabetically by originating office title and then by publication title. They are foldered chronologically.
1943-2015 and undated
Box
Series VIII - 1.1
Families Count Update
Originating office: Faculty / Staff Family Care Services
This newsletter provides information on child care, elder care, and family activies for UM employees.
1994-1995 and undated
Series VIII - 1.1
The Bottom Line
Originating office: Montana Public Employees Association (MPEA) - UM Chapter
This is a newsletter.
2003
Series VIII - 1.2
Summer Session Staff Bulletin
Originating office: Director of Summer Session
This is a newsletter for University staff and faculty working during summer session.
1948-1951
Series VIII - 1.1
UM Employee Recognition Day program
Originating office: UM Employee Recognition Day Committee
This events program is produced for UM Employee Recognition Day, a yearly event to recognized outstanding staff and faculty.
2011-2015
Series VIII - 1.1
Exercise Resource Guide
Originating office: The Wellness Center
This quarterly schedule lists wellness and physical fitness classes for UM employees.
1988-1998
Series VIII - 1.1
Faculty Calendar
Originating office: unknown
These calendars list faculty-specific events such as luncheons, committee meetings, forums, and workshops as well as general campus events.
1943-1957
Subseries 2: Publications and Reports
0.5 linear feet
This subseries contains handbooks and manuals that provide information on faculty rules and regulations as well as faculty retirement and UM employee wellness.
This subseries is organized alphabetically by originating office title and then by publication title.
1950-2000 and undated
Box
Series VIII - 2.1
[Faculty Rules and Regulations]
Originating office: [University of Montana faculty committee]
This handbook was likely produced by a UM faculty committee.
1950
Series VIII - 2.1
Volksmarch
Originating office: The Wellness Center
This handbook provides information and instructions for participants in the University's first annual Volksmarch.
1986
Series VIII - 2.1
Faculty Highlights
Originating office: unknown
This is a booklet featuring various faculty and their academic achievements.
circa 1990s
Series VIII - 2.1
Chairs and Directors Handbook
Originating office: various
This handbook provides University chairs and directors of departments with basic information about budgets, advising, academic deadlines, program reviews and other administrative tasks.
2000
Series VIII - 2.1
Faculty Retirement Advice Manual
Originating office: various
This manual provides advice to faculty members considering retirement, and it was compiled by various sources including the University Teachers' Union, Faculty Development Committee, and UM faculty members.
1986
Subseries 3: Ephemera
0.5 linear feet
This subseries contains pamphlets and flyers with information about LBGBTQIA support groups, faculty development, and UM employee wellness options.
The ephemera has been grouped alphabetically by originating office title and foldered chronologically.
1981-2014 and undated
Box
Series VIII - 3.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Faculty Development Office
Keywords: Professional Development Series
2010-2014
Series VIII - 3.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Montana Public Employees Association (MPEA) - UM Chapter
Keywords: salary adjustments; pay plan; inflation rates
1981-1986
Series VIII - 3.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: Outfield Alliance
Keywords: LGBTQIA staff; LGBTQIA faculty; faculty organization; staff organization
2000
Series VIII - 3.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: The Wellness Center
Keywords: Faculty / Staff Assistance program; flu shots; mammograms; women's health; wellness checks; stress relief; benefits fair; outdoor activities
1986-2004 and undated
Series VIII - 3.1
Miscellaneous
Originating office: unknown
Annual Retirees' Luncheon
2004

Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

  • Corporate Names :
  • University of Montana-Missoula--Administration
  • Other Creators :
    • Corporate Names :
    • Montana State University (Missoula, Mont.) 1935-1965
    • State University of Montana (Missoula, Mont.)
    • University of Montana (Missoula, Mont. : 1893-1913)
    • University of Montana (Missoula, Mont. : 1965-1994)
    • University of Montana--Missoula