Responding to a plea from Montana citizens for an institution of higher education in central or eastern Montana, the fifth unit of the Montana University System -- Eastern Montana State Normal School -- was established March 12, 1927, with Dr. Lynn B. McMullen named the first president. At the time, the population of Billings was 15,000.
There are many options to explore with our 115 academic programs through our five colleges—College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences, College of Business, College of Education, College of Health Professions and Science, and City College.
INBRE: Montana IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence supports undergraduate students gain hands-on, professional experience through research and public health internship opportunities. These internships involved close work with faculty and some also come with pay or tuition reimbursement.
All international students and faculty scholars are encouraged to take advantage of a number of services which are provided on campus, including:
The Library's main mission is to provide materials to satisfy the informational and educational needs of MSU Billings students, faculty, and staff. In keeping with the mission of the university, the library:
The Housing and Residence Life Department has provided wireless internet access in all residence halls rooms. All students living on campus will pay the $75.00/semester ResNet fee, which is included in your housing fees.
The Student Health Services provides high-quality, cost-effective health care and mental health counseling with an emphasis on health education and wellness initiatives to promote and enhance student success.
Our two campuses are also evolving. Construction is under way for a new state-of-the-art Yellowstone Science and Allied Health Building on the university campus. Our City College campus is in the center of major development on Billings’ west side.
Montana State University Billings offers pre-professional and certification programs and awards degrees at the associate's, bachelor's, and master's degree levels. MSU Billings also offers post-master's (nondegree) supervisor endorsement programs.Academic Accreditation: Montana State University Billings is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities. It is accredited by the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education for preparing elementary and secondary teachers and school counselors through the Bachelor of Science and Master of Education degrees and the Master of Science in Special Education degree. MSU Billings is also accredited by:
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