University Relations and Communications

Special program for adult learners set for Saturday at MSU Billings

December 3, 2009



New Student Services, 657-2888
Dan Carter, University Relations, 657-2269


MSU BILLINGS NEWS SERVICES — Adults in Yellowstone and Carbon counties who have their eye on college — whether they’ve been out of school for a while or are seeking a fresh start as early as January — can find out more at a free program at Montana State University Billings this weekend.


It’s called “College Now,” a free one-stop expo where you can get what you need to get headed in the right direction. Tour the university… Meet with advisors… Find out about financial aid and scholarships … and much more in a hassle-free environment.


MSU Billings’ New Student Services will host a College Now for Adult Learners session on Saturday, Dec. 5.  Anyone interested in learning more about the university, its academic and student services programs is invited to stop by McMullen Hall on the MSU Billings main campus, 1500 University Drive, from 9am-noon.  No appointment is necessary.


Participants can get specific information about the more than 100 degree options — on site and online — and can find out about getting registered for Spring Semester classes.


MSU Billings is a comprehensive urban university based with a variety of two-year and four-year programs offered through the colleges of Allied Health Professions, Arts and Sciences, Business, Education and Technology.


For more information, please contact New Student Services at 657-2888 or