What makes Montana State University Billings campus unique?

The Yellowjacket community is a close-knit one. Our small class sizes with 14:1 student to faculty ratio ensure that instructors know your name and can provide tailored resources to help you achieve your goals. Our Center for Engagement can connect you with organizations, events, and communities of interest, helping you network and develop peer relationships.

Describe student life at Montana State University Billings. What do students experience as freshman on your campus? How do students connect on your campus?

Student Life at MSU Billings offers a wide range of ways to get involved, including leadership organizations, community service, campus ministry, athletics, performing and visual arts, special interest groups, cultural groups, and more! We encourage students to find out what they are interested in and pursue it!

What is the average cost of attendance?

What is the average cost of attendance?

Montana State University Billings offers an affordable tuition to our students, no matter where they are from.

Check out this link to see how MSU Billings compares to other universities within the state cost-wise.
 

What programs would you like to highlight, or which programs are you best known for? What does job placement look like for your students?

What programs would you like to highlight, or which programs are you best known for? What does job placement look like for your students?

Did you know that Montana State University Billings offers 115 different academic programs to choose from within five colleges?

Whether you are looking for a certificate or an associate, bachelor’s, or even a master’s degree, MSU Billings has a wide variety of degrees and courses to choose from to meet your academic goals.

Each of our colleges works to prepare you for a successful career with an emphasis on service learning and internships throughout the Billings-area and region. As a Yellowjacket, you will leave here prepared for your future with the necessary skills to enter the workforce

What deadlines should students know about?

What deadlines should students know about?

February 1 - New Student Scholarship Priority Deadline

December 1 - FAFSA Priority Deadline

December 1 - Housing Application Opens For The Following Academic Year

We Have Rolling Admission. No Application Deadline.

Anything else you’d like students to know about Montana State University - Billings

Set in the largest city in the state, Montana State University Billings and the community of Billings combine for a unique college experience: engaged and encouraging faculty; friendly people; a supportive community; and incredible educational opportunities.

Residents of Billings have a long track record of supporting the university through scholarships, internships and civic engagement. A regional retail, financial and medical hub, Billings offers vast array of job opportunities, personal connections and leadership opportunities via three campuses spread through the city.

Life on the university campus mirrors that of Billings: Students are happy to mingle on some of the 110 park-like acres at the base of the spectacular rimrocks or take part in a variety of cultural, service, athletic or educational activities.

Whether a first-semester freshman, or a non-traditional student returning to complete your degree, all learners will find challenges that fulfill both individual goals and societal needs.

Check out all of Montana's Schools

Check out all of Montana's Schools

Montana’s schools, colleges and universities provide a variety of programs to help students prepare for the future. With many options to choose from, students can find a public, private, or tribal institution ready to help them succeed. Whether the goal is to learn a specific skill, earn a certificate or credential for a certain occupation, begin the college process with plans to transfer on, or pursue an advanced degree, Montana’s schools, colleges and universities offer tremendous value, choice, and flexibility.


City:
Harlem
Enrollment:
131
Tuition/Fees:
$2,410
Student/Teacher ratio:
10:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Bozeman
Enrollment:
39
Tuition/Fees:
$12,390
Student/Teacher ratio:
23:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Hamilton
Enrollment:
290
Tuition/Fees:
$4,062
Student/Teacher ratio:
15:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Hamilton
Enrollment:
14
Tuition/Fees:
$14,150
Student/Teacher ratio:
7:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Browning
Enrollment:
366
Tuition/Fees:
$3,370
Student/Teacher ratio:
13:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Billings
Enrollment:
110
Tuition/Fees:
$15,500
Student/Teacher ratio:
12:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Butte
Enrollment:
28
Tuition/Fees:
$11,950
Student/Teacher ratio:
7:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Helena
Enrollment:
1,231
Tuition/Fees:
$37,262
Student/Teacher ratio:
12:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Lame Deer
Enrollment:
162
Tuition/Fees:
$2,260
Student/Teacher ratio:
12:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Billings
Tuition/Fees:
$3,896
Majors/Programs:

City:
Kalispell
Enrollment:
66
Tuition/Fees:
$14,800
Student/Teacher ratio:
13:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Glendive
Enrollment:
447
Tuition/Fees:
$5,580
Student/Teacher ratio:
14:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Kalispell
Enrollment:
2,406
Tuition/Fees:
$6,377
Student/Teacher ratio:
12:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Poplar
Enrollment:
346
Tuition/Fees:
$2,250
Student/Teacher ratio:
10:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Bozeman
Enrollment:
620
Tuition/Fees:
$4,036
Student/Teacher ratio:
18:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Great Falls
Enrollment:
1,218
Tuition/Fees:
$3,450
Student/Teacher ratio:
13:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Helena
Enrollment:
1,423
Tuition/Fees:
$3,507
Student/Teacher ratio:
15:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Butte
Enrollment:
707
Tuition/Fees:
$3,590
Student/Teacher ratio:
13:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Crow Agency
Enrollment:
261
Tuition/Fees:
$3,200
Student/Teacher ratio:
15:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Miles City
Enrollment:
567
Tuition/Fees:
$5,910
Student/Teacher ratio:
12:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Great Falls
Enrollment:
82
Tuition/Fees:
$17,200
Student/Teacher ratio:
12:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Bozeman
Tuition/Fees:
$9,040
Majors/Programs:

City:
Bozeman
Enrollment:
16,692
Tuition/Fees:
$7,371
Student/Teacher ratio:
18:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Billings
Enrollment:
4,416
Tuition/Fees:
$5,980
Student/Teacher ratio:
14:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Havre
Enrollment:
1,073
Tuition/Fees:
$5,955
Student/Teacher ratio:
13:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Butte
Enrollment:
1,714
Tuition/Fees:
$7,390
Student/Teacher ratio:
13:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Dillon
Enrollment:
55
Tuition/Fees:
$14,370
Student/Teacher ratio:
14:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Billings
Enrollment:
1,000
Tuition/Fees:
$30,586
Student/Teacher ratio:
10:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Pablo
Enrollment:
690
Tuition/Fees:
$6,399
Student/Teacher ratio:
8:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Box Elder
Enrollment:
318
Tuition/Fees:
$2,645
Student/Teacher ratio:
11:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Missoula
Enrollment:
10,487
Tuition/Fees:
$7,430
Student/Teacher ratio:
15:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Missoula
Tuition/Fees:
$4,022
Majors/Programs:

City:
Dillon
Enrollment:
1,358
Tuition/Fees:
$5,747
Student/Teacher ratio:
15:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Great Falls
Enrollment:
998
Tuition/Fees:
$26,662
Student/Teacher ratio:
8:1
Majors/Programs:

City:
Billings
Tuition/Fees:
$11,360
Majors/Programs:

* Figures are based on 2020-21 National Center for Education Statistics data and may be estimated. Tuition is calculated for full-time in-state students. Consult each institution for current tuition rates.