Free COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic

Wednesday, December 1st

Open to all

11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Kelley/Steward Room in the SUB, North Campus

1st, 2nd, or booster will be available. Please bring your vaccination card to receive the 2nd or 3rd dose.

undergraduate admissions requirements

Have Questions? Contact a First-Year Admissions Rep
Lillian Daley, Admissions Representative
Lillian Daley

Brian Williams, Admissions Representative
Brian Williams

Admissions Events

Admissions Procedures

Undergraduate Admitted Students

Congratulations, future Orediggers! You have a bright future ahead of you at Montana Tech. We want to make sure your transition to campus is smooth and trouble-free.

Your Personal URL (PURL) can be your primary source for enrollment information, event registration, and other related resources. If you don't have your PURL address, just visit and type your email address into the email field. The system will then redirect you to your PURL. 

Below, there is information on applying for housing, registering for classes, orientation, and online digital resources for students.

If you have questions, please don’t hesitate to contact your admissions representative, the admissions office, or enrollment services. We’re here to help!


All new students are required to live in the residence halls their first year at Montana Tech. Living on campus will help you become more connected and engaged with the campus community and improve your academic experience. There are three halls available with a variety of room options to choose from. Housing is assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. If you would like to request a specific hall or a single room, apply early. Applications received before April 1st will receive priority consideration.

You can find the housing application on your Personal URL website, the same site where you applied for admission. For complete details on each residence hall, housing costs, meal plan options, and how to apply, visit the Residence Life pages


Class registration for new incoming students opens in May for the Fall/Summer semesters or November for the Spring semester and remains open until the Friday before classes begin. Follow the steps below to complete the registration process.


    To register for classes, we must have official test scores and MMR Immunization on file in Admissions. If either of these items are missing from your admission file, you are not yet eligible to register for classes. Review your admission checklist on your personal URL/personalized Montana Tech website and submit any remaining items as soon as you are able.

    No ACT or SAT scores? No problem. Go to our testing page to learn about other options:

    1. Registration Rallies

      Registration Rallies are online events to connect you with your advisor and get you registered for Fall classes. Held every Thursday evening in March and April. Sign up on your PURL!

    2. Registration Appointments

      For Spring/Summer enrollments, and for those who cannot attend an registration event, you may contact your Department Representative (see below) via email to schedule a registration appointment. Registration appointments can take place in-person on campus, over the phone, or through email.

      Department Reps

Orientation is an exciting part of transitioning to college life and is an important part of becoming a Montana Tech Student. Plan to arrive on campus the week before classes begin to explore the academic, cultural, and social opportunities on campus and within the Butte community!

Montana Tech is committed to student success. ALL NEW STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO ATTEND ORIENTATION.


Visit the orientation page for more information.


As an admitted student, you now have access to Montana Tech’s campus portal, MyMTech. Through MyMTech you can access:

  • Moodle

    Moodle is Montana Tech’s web-based learning environment and course management tool. It is designed to enhance both teaching and learning by providing easy access to course materials, class assignments, tests and quizzes, and virtual classrooms.

  • Montana Tech Email

    Your assigned Montana Tech email account will be your official source of communication with the school and is a great way to stay informed of campus events. You are responsible for maintaining and responding to all notifications sent to you via this account.

  • OrediggerWeb

    OrediggerWeb is your official student record at Montana Tech. Use it to review and accept your financial aid, update your contact information, print your class schedule, and view and pay your bill.

  • Retrieve Your Campus Username and Password

    Your campus credentials give you access to any online resource that requires user authentication, including any campus-based computer. To retrieve yours:

    1. Visit
    2. Enter your Student ID number and last name
    3. Create a security question and verify your date of birth

If you need assistance with any of these resources or accessing your username and password, contact the I.T. (Information Technology Services) Helpdesk at 406-496-4244, via email, or visit their website.