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About Montana State University Billings
Residents of Billings have a long track record of supporting the university through scholarships, internships and civic engagement. A regional retail, financial and medical hub, Billings offers vast array of job opportunities, personal connections and leadership opportunities via three campuses spread through the city.
Life on the main campus mirrors that of Billings: Students are happy to mingle on some of the 110 park-like acres at the base of the spectacular Rimrocks or take part in a variety of cultural, service, athletic or educational activities.
Whether a motivated honors student or first-generation attendee, all learners will find challenges that fulfill both individual goals and societal needs.
- Student Union Building - The Student Union provides meeting and conference rooms, and space for art exhibits. Within the Student Union there are multiple rooms that can be set up in a variety of ways to accommodate training classes, board meetings, luncheons, banquets and more.
- City College - The City College can also provide excellent accommodations for events. The New Health Science Building is state of the art. The main purpose of this building is for academic use, so availability is dependent upon academic schedules.
- Academic Buildings - Additional space for training and break out sessions may be available in our academic buildings including the Liberal Arts Building, Library, College of Education, College of Business, and Cisel Recital Hall. The main purpose of these buildings is for academic use, so availability is dependent upon academic schedules.
Set in the largest city in the state, Montana State University Billings and the community of Billings combine for a unique college experience: engaged and encouraging faculty; friendly people; a supportive community; and incredible educational opportunities.
All university campus students with fewer than 30 completed credit hours are required to live in the residence halls. The following students can petition for exemption from this requirement:
- Students over 21 years of age: students must verify by submitting birthdate.
- Students residing with a member of their immediate family in Yellowstone County: Must supply 1) copy of a power/heating bill or lease for proof of address, and 2) a notarized letter from parent/legal guardian. Letter should contain the name, relationship to the student and address of the immediate family member with whom the student will be living.
- Married students: must be supported by a marriage certificate.
- Physical custody of a dependent child: must provide copy of child’s birth certificate.
- Students registering for eleven or fewer credit hours (undergraduate students) or those taking five or fewer credit hours (graduate students). Subject to verification.
The Residence Hall Contract period is in place for one academic year – September through May. A $75 dollar processing fee will be charged to anyone that petitions for a contract release.
Note: City College students are not required to live on campus, but are eligible and strongly encouraged to do so.
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