The Housing & Residential Life office works to ensure adequate housing opportunities for summer students and interns. Summer dates and rates can be found by selecting the button below. Those interested in summer housing should complete the Housing Application under the Summer Housing & Summer Conference tab to begin the process.
Montana State University Billings offers Summer Conference rooms in Petro Hall for educational related or MSU Billings sponsored events. Double and single occupancy rooms are available and include linens, pillows, blankets, and towels. The front desk is staffed 24 hours a day to assist you with your group or individual needs. Current conference prices are $24.00/person/night for a double and $29.00/night for a single. Prices are subject to change so please inquire when you call to reserve your room. For individual guests who need to schedule rooms or for more information for a conference stay, please contact the Housing Office at (406) 657-2333. For groups looking to book a room, please contact the Conference Services Coordinator, Kristin Peterman at 657-2387 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
What Our Visitors Have to Say
"I recently visited your campus and used your dormitory facilities in conjunction with the GWRRA Gold Wing Rally. Everyone I met was polite, friendly and helpful. Whenever I had a question, the people at the desk always had the answer."
"As a member of the Billings West High coaching staff, I feel it compulsory to comment on the dorm and food service work at our Class AA football camp. Without a doubt, MSU Billings provided a better dorm stay than any we've come across in the many camps we've attended. The whole camp was impressed with the cleanliness of the dorm rooms, and amazed that the bathrooms were cleaned regularly. It provided a nice, clean place to stay. And everyone was impressed with the rooms themselves including the towel service, the sinks, and the comfort of the beds. The players and coaches loved the food service meals and were most pleased that there weren't the long lines we usually encounter at a football camp. It gave the kids a chance to get in and get their food, sit down, and enjoy the meal. Finally, I'd have to comment on the willingness of staff to work with us. From our first meeting with housing and food services, we were always happy with the input given, the willingness to adapt, and the flexibility to help us. That made it nice for those of us working behind the scenes." Greg Walter