Montana State University, Billings (MSU)
1500 University Drive, Billings, MT 59101
Surrounded by the natural beauty of Billings Montana, Montana State University Billings offers a beautiful setting in which to pursue one of more than 160 degree programs.
Academics at Billings include programs in Business, Education, English, Modern Languages, Music, Native American Studies, Psychology, Theatre, and Human Service professions. Associate’s, bachelor’s and graduate degrees are available. Online classes are also available for most subject areas.
On campus, students may participate in the student radio station, literary magazine or newspaper and join an academic, performing arts, cultural, service or special interest club. Off campus, students have access to hiking and sightseeing at numerous parks including the world-famous Yellowstone National Park.
Student services encompass Academic Support, Career Services, financial aid as well as programs for students from special circumstances. These include Upward Bound, Trio Programs and programs for veterans.
Students applying for admission are evaluated based on transcripts, SAT or ACT scores, and any additional information requested on the college application.
Quick Facts about Montana State University, Billings
Large Town Setting
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