Services and Resources
If you have problems with your grades, professors, or a school problem in general, come and visit with the Student Resolution Officer or send an email to email@example.com. This SRO is based in the ASMSUB Office, Room 213 of the SUB, or call 657-2365 to make an appointment.
Child Care Scholarships
Scholarships may be available to a limited number of MSU Billings students who meet the requirements. These scholarships are allocated in the fall and spring. To apply, complete the Child Care Scholarship application procedure by the deadline listed below.
ASMSUB Future Leader Scholarship
Each year ASMSUB selects one main campus student and one City College student to be the recipient of the ASMSUB Future Leaders Scholarship. The scholarship is funded through volunteer hours that ASMSUB has sponsored by the campus community (administration, faculty, staff and alumni).
Student Activities Board
The Student Activities Board provides campus programming and activities for the student body. These programs are available to all campus students and funded by ASMSU Billings. The SAB plans and organizes movies, lectures, socials, dances, concerts, and performing acts for the MSU Billings campus. SAB members are selected from an application process each fall. If you are interested in applying to be a SAB member, stop by the SAB office, Room 212 in the SUB.
Retort Newspaper (currently seeking staff members)
Student Legal Services
ASMSUB no longer funds legal services for students. However, the following is a list of other legal resources.
|American Civil Liberties Union||406-248-1086|
|Child Support Enforcement Division||800-346-5473|
|Governor's Advocates Hotline
(State Government Problems)
|Human Rights Commission||800-542-0807|
|Montana Fair Housing||406-877-7353|
|Montana Legal Services||800-666-6899|
|Public Service Commission
|State Auditor/ Insurance Commissioner||800-332-6148|
|YWCA Battered Victims Hotline||406-259-8100|
Montana Associated Students
The Montana Associated Students (MAS) is the combined student governments of the eleven campuses of the Montana University System. Each campus is represented by one voting member (the student body president) and one non-voting, ex-office member. MAS advises the Montana Board of Regents of Higher Education regarding matters that directly and indirectly affect Montana students. MAS also coordinates programs and activities of a common interest to the student associations of each of the individual campuses.