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Student Affairs (cont'd)
Multicultural Student Services
SUB 228, (406) 657-2182
Multicultural Student Services assists all students, especially American Indian, African-American, Asian- American, and Hispanic to make academic, cultural, and social adjustments to Montana State University Billings.
This campus recognizes and has a commitment to cultural diversity; therefore, Multicultural Student Services provides advocacy for students, referral to other Student Affairs and MSU Billings programs including Native American Studies, and liaison contact with tribal educational representatives and other community organizations.
McMullen First Floor East, (406) 657-2888
Call New Student Services for new student orientation sessions, which are scheduled each academic term.
In addition to the orientation sessions, Return-to-Learn is a free, two-day seminar that is offered to all students to help them consider their options and start on track to skills such as note-taking and study habits. Call 406-657-2162 to find out when the next seminar is offered.
Campus Police, (406) 657-2147
MSU Billings provides parking for students for a fee. All vehicles parked on university property must display a current MSU Billings parking permit on weekdays when the university is in session during the hours specified in the “MSU Billings Traffic and Parking Regulations” brochure. Students may pick up parking permits from 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Friday at the Campus Police office on the ground floor of the parking garage, southwest side and during Fee Payment week at the SUB Information Desk.
The Physical Education Building at MSU Billings includes two gymnasiums, a fitness center, a swimming pool, a racquetball court, a running track and other recreational and health facilities. During set hours each semester the facilities may be used by students and their families for swimming, workouts, etc. Use is free to students while family members pay a nominal charge.
PE 016, (406) 657-2881
The Recreational Activities Program offers a wide range of activities. It provides all students, faculty and staff with recreational opportunities in competitive and noncompetitive events as well as organized and informal activities as regularly as their time and interest permit.
Intramural Sports Competition is scheduled for individual, dual and team sports. Participation is generally arranged in men’s, women’s and coeducational divisions for each activity. These range from the traditional team sports of flag football, volleyball, basketball and softball, to the popular individual and dual sports such as racquetball, tennis and golf. Everyone is encouraged to participate regardless of experience or skill. See also: Recreational Activities
Leisure Recreation This informal activity allows those not wishing to be a part of a structured program to make use of our fine recreational facilities. The Physical Education Building includes two gymnasiums, a swimming pool, six racquetball/handball courts, a weight/exercise room, an indoor jogging track, four indoor tennis courts, and locker rooms.
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