Alumni & Friends
MSU Billings has over 12,000 alumni in Yellowstone County and thousands more worldwide. Membership to the Alumni Association is free. Join today!
MSUB takes pride in offering a bevy of campus and programs for kids. Hallmark programs like Girls in Science help the youth of Yellowstone County and Montana reach new academic heights.
As a 501(c)3 the foundation promotes philanthropy, campus and community partnerships, and educational opportunities. The foundation and its board of trustees support MSUB through solicitation, investment, and stewardship of financial support.
The university’s centralized communication hub, comprised of government relations, public relations, marketing, community outreach, creative services and home to the university website.
Nestled in the quaint university district, the Chancellor’s residence is a unique home in Billings. Made of redwood, the 3,600 square-foot home was constructed in 1957. Today, the Chancellor’s residence is used for social gatherings and hosted events.
The center serves the diverse population of Montana and provides continuing professional development opportunities for educators and direct service providers.
More than books and circulation, with pan-campus locations the library is a comprehensive resource center for all students. The library is also known throughout the Yellowstone Valley for offering compelling lecture series and community events.
MSUB is the only NCAA DII institution in Montana and boasts the most student-athletes of any university. With 15 intercollegiate sports, including cheer and dance, there is a sport for every fan.
Your one stop shop for all things Yellowjackets. Whether you are looking for books, apparel or novelty items, the MSUB Campus Store has you covered.
We are eastern Montana and northern Wyoming’s university. We are the only university in an urban setting between Spokane and Fargo. As such, we are committed to the betterment of our region.
We work collaboratively with parents and families of students enrolled at MSUB to provide programmatic opportunities and initiatives for parents and families, and to connect parents and families with the University and each other.
Serving Montana and northern Wyoming, YPR broadcasts from the Joseph S. Sample Studios on the campus as KEMC-FM. YPR has ten transmitters and 26 translators serving one of the largest public radio land masses in the country.