I've learned so much in all of my classes. Most of the classes after first semester are smaller so the teachers have more time to spend with each student and discussions ensue and are really helpful.
To find more tips for prospective students, what to do for fun and whether this school is great for a particular type of student read the 102 reviews for Montana State University
Curious about something that isn't answered here? Feel free to ask Montana State University a question
Montana State's motto is Mountains and Minds for a good reason. It is located in the beautiful mountains of Montana and has a wonderful and diverse academic program. There are so many opportunities at MSU, it's never boring!» Read More
I love the area, along with the look and feel of the campus. The students were all very friendly and willing to talk about their experience with the school. I am looking foward to applying to attend here.» Read More
MSU is a cool school with a lot to offer, but it definitely takes a certain type of person to enjoy it here. Snowboarders, skiiers and outdoor enthusiasts will have a lot to do, but other than that my issue with the place is its a little bland for a college aged student. Academically, it is challenging, but those from more urbanized areas who are used to city life and all the habits that you develop through that will likely find themselves to be somewhat lost at times when it comes to finding people with common interests.» Read More
I have a friend, as well as a cousin, that both live in Bozeman. One of my friends is a freshman at MSU and LOVES IT. He came from military school, where we studied together, and he has absolutely nothing bad to say.» Read More
After just finishing my first semester here at Montana State University, I would have to say that my experience overall has been very good. Montana has offered me countless opportunities to grow both on and off campus. I look forward to continuing my education here as I get ready to start the spring semester of my junior year!» Read More