Academic Support (cont'd)
Montana State University Billings Foundation
2615 Virginia Lane, (406) 657-2244
The purpose of Montana State University Billings Foundation is to help the University achieve excellence through the solicitation, investment, and stewardship of financial support. The Foundation promotes philanthropy, campus and community partnerships, and educational opportunities.
Established in 1968, the MSU Billings Foundation is an independent, non-profit organization under Internal Revenue Service code 501(c)(3). A governing board of trustees composed of civic, business, and industry leaders guides the Foundation in achieving its mission. The Foundation staff is dedicated to helping Montana State University Billings and to serving donors, supporters, students, and faculty of MSU Billings with integrity, perseverance, stewardship and excellence.
MSU Billings Alumni Association
Alumni House (2712 Normal Avenue)
The Office of Alumni Relations is the University department that connects with the Alumni Association and the MSU Billings Foundation on matters regarding alumni affairs, event planning, and fundraising. The mission of this office is to find meaningful ways for the alumni of MSU Billings to develop life-long relationships with their alma mater through strategic initiatives aimed at event planning and communication.
406 Marbara, (406) 657-2941
From studios on the campus of Montana State University Billings, Yellowstone Public Radio provides a general adult audience with in-depth news, public affairs, and cultural programming, including classical music, jazz and blues, spoken arts and humanities programs. This station is affiliated with National Public Radio (NPR), Public Radio International (PRI), the WFMT Fine Arts Network, and American Public Media, along with other program producers and suppliers. The more than 35,000 listeners reside in Montana and northern Wyoming.
Yellowstone Public Radio consists of eight stations licensed to MSU Billings: KEMC-FM (Billings), KBMC-FM (Bozeman), KPRQ-FM (Sheridan, WY), KYPR-FM (Miles City), KYPW-FM (Wolf Point), KYPC (Colstrip), KYPB-FM (Big Timber), and KYPM-FM (Livingston). YPR also operates 26 translators throughout Montana and northern Wyoming.
Yellowstone Public Radio can be heard on the web at www.ypradio.org, and on the FM dial at these frequencies:
In Montana: Billings 91.7, Ashland 89.1, Big Sky 95.9, Big Timber 89.3/90.5, Bozeman 102.1/ 95.9, Broadus 91.9, Chester and the Sweetgrass Hills area 100.1, Colstrip 88.5/89.9, Columbus 88.5, Conrad 91.3, Cut Bank 88.9, Emigrant & Paradise Valley 91.1, Forsyth 91.1, Gardiner & Yellowstone Park 103.9, Glasgow 91.9, Glendive 88.5, Havre 91.7, Helena 96.7, Lewistown/Stanford 89.5, Livingston 90.1/91.1, Miles City 90.7, Red Lodge 89.1, Shelby 90.3, Terry 91.9, and Wolf Point at 88.3.
In Wyoming: Buffalo 91.9, Cody 88.5, Greybull & the Big Horn Basin 91.5, Lovell 91.1, Powell 88.5, Sheridan 88.1,Worland 88.5, and in Yellowstone Park at 103.9.