Josh Seader, Petro 3th floor RA,is from Longmont, CO and is majoring in Elementary and Health and Human Performance Education. I enjoy playing and watching soccer and baseball, camping, the outdoors, and being a very active person overall. I would recommend living in the residence halls because it is an excellent way to branch out and get to know new peoole in addition living here makes it very easy to become involved in a wide variety of different campus organizations. The thing that I enjoy the most about living in the residence halls are the people and how there are always various fun activities going on during the week in the halls and around campus.
Kristen Amstutz, Petro 4th floor RA, is from Billings, MT and is majoring in Elementary Ed/special needs with a minor in Speech therapy. I love meeting new people, anything outside in the warm weather, hanging out with friends, dancing and cheerleading. By living on campus you get the full college experience. You have the opportunity to make new friends for a lifetime. Everyone is in the same situation so it can make you feel more comfortable. The best thing about living in the halls is you can always find a friendly face!
Zach Ketcher, Petro 4th floor RA, is from Downey, CA and is majoring in Outdoor Adventure Leadership. I enjoy baseball, fishing, camping, dodgeball and intramurals. I recommend living in the halls because it makes life so easy when it comes to school. Everything I need is located super close and I don't have to worry aboutr buying groceries for dinner or any other measl and it creates such a great family atmosphere. I like living in the halls because of how close you can get to your neighbors and it becomes very similar to a family enviroment.
Emma Guyer, Petro 5th floor RA, is from Ekalaka, MT and is majoring in Elementary Education/Reading. I love reading, watching movies, playing sports, hanging with friends and family. I recommend living in the halls because you meet so many people. This is a great opportunity where you can meet new friends and have a lot of fun doing it! I like the environment of the halls. There is always something to do and be a part of and I also like that it is close to everything on campus such as classes, business offices, cafeteria and the rec. center.
Melissa Saken, Petro 5th floor RA, is from Edson, Alberta, Canada and is majoring in HHP - Physical Therapy. I enjoy golf and I am on the MSUB Women's Golf Team) and love meeting new people. Living in the halls is nice and close to your classes....those 8:10 am classes are painful enought when you roll our of bed at 8. Plus no waking up early when the road conditions are bad! Best thing is how close it is to classes and everythign else you need on campus.
Thomas Staffilano, Petro 6th floor RA, is from Billings, Montana and is majoring in Business Finance. I enjoy sports, tennis, running, camping, fishing, hiking, folf, reading, and boating. I would recommend living in the halls because it's a great opportunity to meet people, get involved on campus, and experience living on your own or with someone new. It is extremely convenient to be on campus and walk to classes. You are also more aware of and right next door to fun events. Living in the halls was great for me because although I was still in my hometown of Billings, it was a new community and point of view that was a great change for me.
Jessica Hahne, Petro 6th floor RA, is from Aurora and is majoring in Health & Human Performance. I love to paint, play tennis and volleyball and read. Living in the halls is one of the funnest things in life. It's where you will make your best friends, make some of the most unbelieveable stories, all while keeping you somewhat focused on school! My favorite thing about living in the halls is the fact that its like a mini apartment complex full of awesome people who are going through the same stuff as you.
Austin Schilling, Petro 7th floor RA, is from Cut Bank, MT and is majoring in elementary Education/Reading. I enjoy sports, playing guitar and the piano. The halls are a great experience for everyone because you have more opportunities to make friends and meet new people than you will if you live off campus. I enjoy having the opportunity to meet new people frequently, and being able to participate in campus events that I probably would not be informed about if I lived off campus.
Amanda Milliard, Petro 7th floor RA, is from Columbia Falls, Montana and is majoring in Business Management with a minor in geology. My hobbies and interests are sports of any sort. I also enjoy spending time with friends and enjoying life. I love to be active and do anything outdoors. I would recommend living in the halls to meet fellow students and get a social environment to engage with. The thing I like best is the opportunities and access to things/convenience when living on campus.
Ross Borden, Petro 8th floor RA, is from Cody, WY and is majoring in special Education and Health and Human Performance. I enjoy camping, hunting and fishing. Living in the halls offers people a chance to meet new friends and participate in new activities that they may have not had prior knowledge of. I like the atmosphere of the halls, its easy to meet new people and everything you need is just a walk away.
BreAnna Camerson, Petro 8th floor RA, is from Whitefish, Montana and is majoring in Health and Human Performance. I enjoy golf, reading, and laughing/smiling! The people you meet are some of the neatest acquaintances one could ever meet and you learn and grow as you get to know all of them.
Geoff Fehr, International Resident Coordinator