Reviews for Montana Tech of the University of Montana
It was my first time after high school living on my own over 400 miles away. It was a great segway to get the feel of a larger school since there were only 26 in my graduating high school class. All my engineering classes were small, interactive and made some amazing friends and later in life great professional networks. I would suggest to go to a community college your first 2 years to get all your general classes out of the way and then transfer to a larger university to finish out your college degree.
The school was a technical university geared towards engineering. The classes are roughly under 50 students so you get a lot of 1-1 interaction with the professors and they make sure you will get your homework in. The workload is hard because the classes all require labs.
Butte used to be a thriving mining town that sprouted into 30,000 people when I lived there. The historical aspect of the city was amazing with great architecture, museums and mining memorabilia. I learned to gold pan and went looking for gems underground. there was your typical bars that were frequented and organizations that put on amazing campus events where you interacted with lots of petroleum, chemical, mining, electrical, metallurgical engineering students. It was a great experience and would hope that all students can experience this time in their lives.
This web site and associated pages are not associated with, endorsed by, or sponsored by Montana Tech of the University of Montana (MTech). CampusExplorer.com has no official or unofficial affiliation with Montana Tech of the University of Montana (MTech).