Student Affairs (cont'd)
McMullen First Floor West, (406) 657-2240
COT Jacket Student Central, (406) 247-3019
The Advising Center offers advising services to all new admitted, transfer, and re-admit students for the first few semesters. The Advising Center assists students with understanding the coursework and requirements for their major, registration, and academic planning. Upon completion of the first few semester(s) in good academic standing the student is transferred to a faculty advisor in their major. Students should call this office for an appointment to begin the process of choosing coursework and determining an academic plan of study.
The Academic Support Center provides services that support the academic success of students at MSU Billings and the College of Technology. All developmental level courses in math, reading, and English are taught in the same buildings as the Centers, and tutorial assistance is provided in the Learning Labs to address the academic needs of students. Special educational delivery requirements that need to be addressed by persons with disabilities should be directed to Disability Support Services.
SUB 213, (406) 657-2365
The Associated Students of Montana State University Billings (ASMSU Billings) are governed by a Student Senate, the functions of which are to administer and to distribute student activity fees, to act as liaison among students, faculty, and administration, to protect the privileges and the rights of students, and to act as a central agent for student opinion.
The Associated Students of MSU Billings maintain an attorney on staff to assist students with legal problems. While there is no charge to see the attorney, there may be a nominal fee charged for certain types of legal services such as divorce, wills and name change.
Physical Education Building, (406) 657-2369
Athletics is an integral part of the college life at MSU Billings for both men and women. All teams are members of NCAA Division II and the Great Northwest Athletic Conference, with the exception of men’s and women’s tennis that compete in the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference. Men’s and women’s teams compete on a varsity level in basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field, and tennis; additionally, women compete in volleyball and softball, and men compete in baseball. All MSU Billings students are admitted free to Yellowjacket Athletics events with a valid student ID. Schedules, news, and stats are available on the Yellowjacket Athletics website at www.msubsports.com.
PE Building, (406) 657-2369
The Yellowjacket Booster Clubs, one for each sport, are made up of alumni and friends of the University who support the educational and athletic goals of MSU Billings and its student athletes. Booster Club members provide financial assistance to the University’s athletic programs, encourage community support for academic and athletic programs, and create a solid bond between MSU Billings and its many friends nationwide. The ultimate goal of the Yellowjacket Booster Clubs is to enrich MSU Billings’ Athletic Program.
Student Union Building, (406) 657-2121
Jackets and Company provides the campus community with textbooks, supplies, and supplemental learning tools required in academic courses and operates stores at four locations across the campuses. Jackets and Company also carries a wide selection of school and office supplies, imprinted apparel, computers, software, gifts, greeting cards, and sundries at competitive prices.
Jackets and Company locations are The Union located in the Student Union, the Express located in the L.A. Building, West located on the College of Technology campus and On Broadway located in downtown Billings at 112 North Broadway.
Library 100, (406) 657-2168
COT Jacket Student Central, (406) 247-3006
A full range of career services is available to help students gain experience and skills that will clarify career goals and facilitate entry into the job market. Services include Career Workshops, career counseling and testing, credential file service, career resource library, campus interviewing, Job Locator, and career/job fairs. See www.msubillings.edu/careers for additional information.
Library 100, (406) 657-1717
Cooperative Education (Co-Op) internships create educational partnerships among Montana State University Billings, the business community, and students. This unique academic experience allows students to earn academic credit while combining classroom learning with practical work experience. Learn more at www.msubillings.edu/careers/cooped/students.htm
Career Services/Job Locator
Library 100, (406) 657-1618
COT Jacket Central, (406) 247-3006
The Job Locator coordinates part-time positions for currently enrolled students. Available jobs can be accessed on the web and range from the service industry to technical positions and are designed to accommodate students’ academic schedules.
Financial aid-eligible work-study students can access Community Service positions which enable students to work in non-profit agencies in the local area (https://www.myinterfase.com/msubillings/student)
2630 Normal Avenue
(Across from the Liberal Arts Building)
The William R. Lowe Child Care and Enrichment Center was opened in the summer of 2002 to provide child care services for children of MSU Billings students. The Center is located on campus, and it is designed to accommodate children ages 0-5 on a full-time or part-time basis that will best fit the schedule of the student/parents. The Center is open Monday through Friday from 6:45 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. MSU Billings students who are interested in touring the Center, finding out more about the services and the facilities, and/or submitting an application to enroll their child/ren are encouraged to contact the Director of the Child Care and Enrichment Center at (406) 896-5820.
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