The University of Great Falls is a private, Roman Catholic liberal arts university.
The University of Great Falls is located in Great Falls, Montana (population over 59,000), the county seat of Cascade County near I-15, between Yellowstone and Glacier National Park. There are numerous recreational opportunities in and around Great Falls.
A park like setting, the University of Great Falls occupies a 44 acre tract of land immediately south of 10th Avenue South in Great Falls. The campus is made up of 14 buildings, including mature trees and 1960’s architecture. The size of the campus allows students to move easily between classes, administrative offices and services, athletic events and university activities.
The campus includes a variety of attractive and comfortable residence halls. First year students reside in Providence Hall and Emile Hall
The University also has seven apartment style residences plus the Lumen Village: Sikora Hall, Sister Rita Mudd Hall, Vancouver Hall, St. Ignatius Hall, Montreal Hall, Wellness House, and Santiago House. The Lumen Village, nearby on 10th Avenue South, also offers upper division student housing in an apartment style setting.
The University of Great Falls serves 1,074 students. The student to faculty ratio is 12:1 and there is a 40:60 male to female ratio.
The University of Great Falls offers 40 Undergraduate, 8 Graduate, and 4 Distance Learning Degrees. Programs are designed for participative learning supporting the liberal arts core and the pre-professional programs offered by the University.
The University’s week-long orientation program and its Corps of Discovery freshman year experience are central to creating a learning community committed to student success, expressed in a commitment to liberal learning for living and making a living, which engages the whole person and the university community in the learning process.
(based on full-time student)
Tuition and Fees 2012-2013 - $20,288.00
Room and Board 2012-2013 - $6,818.00 (average)
The University of Great Falls participates in NAIA Region I and is a respected member of the Frontier Conference.
Argo Athletic Teams
Cross Country and Track
Lady Argo Athletic Teams
Cheer and Dance
Cross Country and Track
Over 96% of undergraduate students received some type of financial aid, including federal grants, work-study opportunities and donor provided scholarships. 46% receive Pell Grants.
The University offers opportunities for volunteer work, Work-Study, and Student Employment Programs. Please contact the Student Development Office at (406) 791-5308 for more information.