Useful links and community engagement resources from local, state and regional partners.

Connect with Current Community Partners

As of 2020, MSU Billings has over 80 non-profit partners in the local community. Email the Center for Engagement for more details about our community partners.

For community-based resources for financial relief in areas of food provision, housing, child care, health care, et al. learn more through the Yellowjacket Emergency Pantry and contact Civic Engagement Coordinator, Holly Jones, at 480-896-5817.

Want to Become a Community Partner of MSU Billings?

Volunteer events and service opportunities in the local community connects meaningful community service with academic learning, personal growth, and civic responsibility. Enhancing student experiences beyond the classroom provides opportunities to use skills and knowledge in real life situations. A service project can take place in the local community, nationally, or globally.

Why Would I Want To Do Get Involved?

By providing volunteer events and service opportunities in your agencies, civic organization, or citizen advocacy groups, you are helping build strong community connections with social or professional relationships. Those who get involved with these service opportunities can make a direct impact on the needs of the community they are serving. Work with us to develop the social character of the next generation.

For further information and next steps, please contact Civic Engagement Coordinator, Holly Jones, at 480-896-5817.

Featured Community Partner

Community Partners
Each semester, MSU Billings is proud to showcase a local community partner that promotes civic responsibility, fosters inclusion and champions diversity.

United Way of Yellowstone County

Community-building organization focused on improving the lives of people through inclusiveness and diversity. Coordinates Disaster Response events and volunteers. This organization supports the Student United Way organization on campus. Learn more about their impact, resources, and how to get involved in their local efforts.

Montana Campus Compact (MTCC)

Promoting partnerships through work-study opportunities, service learning, and civic engagement. Learn more about their opportunities and impact. Part of the wider Campus Compact network.