ACCESS & EXCELLENCE
Our students start class everyday with the goals to become nurses, teachers, business owners, welders, politicians, and artists. We help our students step into the real world with work experience supported by personal academic guidance.
At MSU Billings you can expect the quality of a small private college but at a public college value. We recognize the economic diversity of our students, so we keep our tuition affordable and scholarships abundant.
Visit with your New Student Admission Specialist to discuss the application process and how MSU Billings can fit your individual goals. You’ll have a chance to go on a tour with student guide to walk through campus life and see the academic buildings, dining services, and residence halls.
AT THE CENTER OF IT ALL
Yellowjackets stay active in over 60 student organizations and intramural sports.
Over 13,500 volunteer hours are logged by students each year.
Living on campus is a part of a long lasting college tradition. For many students, this is where lifelong friendships and memories are made.
Want to know more about us? Get to know the city we call home. Not only are we placed in the middle of notable outdoor recreation, but we are the region’s economic hub, complete with an ambitious, growing workforce. From internships to community service projects, our students are out in the community working and making connections.
University Campus sits just between the notable Rims of Billings and a lively downtown.
City College, which holds our two year and certificate programs, is located on the expanding west end of Billings.
Student Union Building sits between both residence halls and is the central hub of campus for events, meetings, and eating.
McMullen Hall, a historic landmark of MSUB, holds the administrative offices for the university.
The internationally accredited College of Business is adjoined to the rest of campus via skywalk.
Our campus is just minutes away from unmatched access to remarkable outdoor recreation, plus we have class offerings for skiing, rock climbing, and fly fishing.
Cheering on the Yellowjackets in Alterowitz Gym is a tradition for many students but it also holds many activities for students such as swimming, rock climbing, and racquetball.
MSU Billings is a not only a place for education, but a place for community. Students, staff, and faculty are proud to be a Yellowjacket!
Our residence halls provide an environment for students to succeed in their education and it is a place to develop lifelong friendships.
Views of the rest of campus from Petro Hall early in Fall semester.
Need coffee to get through your study session? Stingers is a great place to meet friends, grab a meal, and get your caffeine for the day.