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Part XI. Campus Departments

Listed below are departments available for students on both the City College and University Campuses and a list of services provided:

Academic Support Center

University Campus: Student Union Building, 1st floor; 406-657-1641

City College Campus: Tech Building; 406-247-3022

  • Tutoring in a variety of subjects
  • Peer mentoring and supplemental instruction
  • Test proctoring
  • Open computer labs

Advising Center

McMullen Hall, 1st floor; 406-657-2240

  • Academic Advising (course scheduling and registration)
  • Transcript evaluations and Degree Works

Associated Students of Montana State University Billings (ASMSUB)

Student Union Building, Room 213; 406-657-2365

  • Student Legal Services
    • Advice and/or limited representation on a variety of civil legal matters including, but not limited to, adoptions, family law, landlord-tenant issues and wills
    • Advice only on misdemeanor criminal matters
  • Notary Public
  • Funding resource to support student research, programs, initiatives

Athletics/recreation activities

Alterowitz Gymnasium; 406-657-2061

  • Athletic Teams
  • Fitness Center and Swimming pool
  • Intramural sports

Business Services

University Campus: McMullen Hall, Ground Floor; 406-657-2140

City College Campus: Tech Building; 406-247-3002

  • Student Account Information
  • Payment plans and refunds
  • Adding funds to u-card

Campus Store

Student Union Building, 1st floor; 406-657-1746

  • Course Materials (online ordering process)
  • School Supplies
  • Computer/Technology equipment

Career and Employment Services

Library Building, 1st floor; 406-657-2168

  • Resume Assistance
  • Interview Process: interview tips and mock interviews
  • Job search database for part-time jobs, work study-jobs and professional employment
  • Career Events

Center for Engagement

Student Union Building, 2nd floor; 406-657-2387

  • Room reservations and event management support
  • Student organization support
  • Student life programming and events
  • Yellowjacket Emergency Pantry
  • Civic engagement opportunities

Disability Support Center

University Campus: College of Education, Room 135; 406-657-2283

City College Campus: Tech Building; 406-247-3029

  • Provides tools, technology and other accommodations for students with disabilities

Financial Aid and Scholarships

University Campus: McMullen Hall, 1st floor; 406-657-2188

City College Campus: Tech Building; 406-247-3000

  • Support students with the Financial Aid process (FAFSA)
  • Award federal/state grant funding: grants, loans and work-study
  • Offer Emergency loans

Housing and Residence Life

Student Union Building, Room 225; 406-657-2333

  • Provide support, resources and programs to all students living in the residence halls
  • Oversees 10 unit family housing complex

International Studies

McDonald Hall, Room 150; 406-657-1705

  • English Language Programs
  • Degree completing programs
  • Study abroad and student exchange
  • Support and programs for all international students

Jacket Student Central

City College Campus: Tech Building; 406-247-3000

  • Admissions
  • Advising
  • Financial Aid


Library Building, 2nd floor; 406-657-2262

  • 24/7, 365 access to online Library resources
  • Research assistance available
  • Areas for students to study and groups to meet
  • Computer labs
  • Printing access for students

Military and Veteran Success Center

College of Education, Room 106; 406-657-2968

  • Support for military affiliated students
  • VA Certifying official
  • Veteran’s benefits

Native American Achievement Center

University Campus, 2630 Normal Ave.; 406-657-2182

  • Recruit and retain American Indian students
  • Provides academic and student support to students while encouraging their individual, social, cultural and emotional growth.
  • Facilitate programs (Pow Wow, Native American Heritage Day)

Registrar’s Office

McMullen Hall, 1st floor; 406-657-2158

  • Residency Processing
  • U-card photos
  • Dropping/adding classing, withdrawing and graduating
  • Grading/independent study

Student Health Services

University Campus, Petro Hall, 2nd floor; 406-657-2153

City College, Tech Building, Room B002; 406-247-3027

  • Students taking 7 or more credits pay a student health services fee each semester which covers:
    • Medical Services
    • Counseling Services
    • Sexual Violence Advocacy and support
  • Manage student Immunization information

Student Support Services/TRIO

University Campus, LI 141; 406-657-1668

  • Students eligible for this program must:
    • Have a documented disability
    • Be low income
    • Be first generation
  • Provide mentoring and tutoring for students in the program
  • Provide programs
  • Academic assistance, including supplies and resources

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