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Average Tuition & Fees $13,160
($7,717)
Average Acceptance Rates 78.22 %
Total Student Population 49,723
Average Graduation Rates 46.66 %
Average Student To Faculty Ratio 13.87 to 1

Montana Colleges Distribution

For academic year 2019-2020, there are 31 colleges and universities in Montana State - 17 public and 14 private schools. By school level, there are 12 4 Year or high, 14 2-4 years, and 5 less than 2 years schools in Montana. Next table shows the number of schools by school type and level.

Montana Colleges Distribution by Type and Level
Number of Schools
Public17
Private (not-for-profit)6
Private (for-profit)8
4 Year or High12
2-4 Year14
Less than 2 year5

Average Academic Statistics for Montana Colleges

The average acceptance rate for Montana colleges is 78.22% and the average graduation rate is 46.66% in academic year 2019-2020. Total 49,723 students including in both undergraduate and graduate programs have attended Montana colleges and universities and the average students to faculty ratio is 13.87:1. Next charts are illustrating the core statistics for colleges and universities located in Montana.

[Chart] Montana Colleges Academic Statistics
Average Transfer-out Rate for Montana colleges is 15.3125 %
Average Retention Rate for Montana colleges is 66.310344827586 %

2019-2020 Average Tuition & Fees For Montana Colleges

For academic year 2019-2020, the average undergraduate tuition & fees for Montana colleges are $7,717 for Montana residents and $13,160 for non-residents. For graduate schools, its average tuition and fees are $11,790 for in-state students and $20,338 for out-of-state students.

Montana 2019-2020 Average Tuition & Fees
In-StateOut-of-State
Undergraduate$7,717$13,160
Graduate$11,790$20,338
[Chart] Montana State 2019-2020 Average Tuition & Fees

Offered Degree Programs at Montana Colleges

Montana colleges and universities are offering 1,155 programs through online and on-site education. Next table lists number of programs by offered degree.

Offered Programs at Montana State
Award LevelTotal Number of ProgramsAvailable Online Class
Less than one year certificate695
One but less than two years certificate1438
Associate's Degree30320
Two but less than four years certificate321
Bachelor's Degree37917
Post Bachelor's Degree306
Master's Degree14418
Post Master's Degree60
Doctor's degree - research/scholarship440
Doctor's degree - professional practice52

Special Learning Opportunities at Montana State

In Montana, 18 colleges offer the undergraduate online programs and 7 colleges offer the graduate online programs. 5 colleges have the ROTC programs and 8 colleges offer the study abroad programs. Next table shows the number of Montana schools which are offering special learning opportunities by category.

Special Learning Opportunities at Montana State
Online Completely0 out of 31 Schools
Undergraduate Online Classes18 out of 31 Schools
Graduate Online Classes7 out of 31 Schools
ROTC5 out of 31 Schools
Weekend/Evening College9 out of 31 Schools
Teacher certificate12 out of 31 Schools
Study Abroad8 out of 31 Schools