Health Administration Alumni

Letter to Alumni

July 24, 2012

Dear Health Administration Alum,


Thank you for visiting the HAA website. You are a member of a select group of individuals who received their degrees from Montana State University Billings. The HAA community, which is continuously expanding and shaping healthcare in the United States, is intricately involved in all aspects of the health service industry, from the delivery of care, to management, to executive leadership.


The quality and dedication of our alumni to advancing healthcare in Montana and throughout the nation is the basis of an ever-growing tradition of excellence at Montana State University Billings and the Health Administration Program. The reputation established by our alumni enhances the value of our degrees and the quality of our education.


Over the past year, the Health Administration Program has been working to strengthen its connection with past graduates. Our efforts, coupled with the support of you, our alumni, have led to the establishment of the first alumni-based affinity group at MSUB. As head of the HAA project, I can assure you that both the HA Program and the College of Allied Health are committed to continuing our work, with the goal of making the HAA a dependable resource for you and your career.


We encourage you to remain an active member of both the HAA and the MSUB community. You can do this by utilizing the HAA website. It is a hub where you can network, job search, seek insight from like-minded professionals, and broaden your expertise through educational opportunities. Let us know where you are and what you're up to by filling out our alumni update form. Visit the University's alumni relations page to learn of campus-wide events and alumni gatherings.


I thank you for the overwhelming support you have shown throughout the establishment of the HAA, and I commit to honoring your continued involvement with the HAA family of alumni, faculty, students, and staff.


Best regards,

Dustin Ahrens
Graduate Assistant, Health Administration
M.H.A., '13