The Reach Higher Montana College Planning Center (powered by Invite Education ©) is a tool to help parents know how much they will have to pay for each child to attend college based on their unique financial situation. Parents and students can also get helpful strategies to save and plan for future college costs. Start planning.
Join us at the 11th Annual Montana College Access Network (MCAN) Conference. Meet and see the work that professionals from around the state are doing to create college access opportunities for students in Montana.
As this year’s junior class of high school students in Montana are getting ACT/SAT test scores back it starts to sink in that college is little more than one year away. How prepared are you? Be sure to attend a Junior Parent Night session in your area to receive information on choosing the right college, financial aid, and scholarships. Contact one of our advisors to find an event near you.
Statistically, students who take dual enrollment courses are more likely to successfully transition to higher education than students who do not. Taking college courses in high school can shorten the time it takes to earn your degree, which saves both time and money. Learn more!
Use Scholly to find the scholarships you qualify for in seconds, without sign-ups or long forms that ask for your personal information. Sign up for Scholly at no cost to you, courtesy of Reach Higher Montana!
As part of its efforts to prepare for the future, Reach Higher Montana embarked to study the current state of college access and success in Montana. The result is this gap analysis report, which highlights areas of progress and areas of need if Montana wishes to provide higher education opportunities for all students.
Curious about job opportunities for graduates from the Montana University System? You aren’t alone…earlier this year, the Montana Department of Labor and Industry, in partnership with the Office of the Commissioner of Higher Education, studied labor market outcomes for graduates from the units of the Montana University System. Learn more from the report of their findings.