Click on your home department below to connect with student success resources provided by NACOE faculty and staff.

General Engineering: For students exploring NACOE majors. 

COEX: For students needing a guide for Math Level 1, 2, or 3 start in any NACOE major.

 

 Supporting Transfer Students

If you are a transferring to MSU from another college or university, please refer to the NACOE Transfer Guide available to facilitate your transition. It is best to start the search for affordable housing a year before you plan to attend MSU. For MSU housing options, plan to apply at least 6 months before the planned move date. Some MSU housing options may have as much as a 1-year wait list. 

 Student Mentors: ePALS (Peer Academic Leaders) 

Remember, the Norm Asbjornson College of Engineering has a group of students available to help orient you to your college. Our NACOE Peer Academic Leaders (ePALs) are accessible through office hours, email, organized events, and at their "Pop-up Stations" in the Engineering Complex. Click here for information about this year's ePALs and how to contact them. 

Questions about how the academic advising process works? Contact Jennifer Clark in the NACOE Dean's Office: jennifer.clark6@montana.edu, (406) 994-2272, Asbjornson Hall 237.

NACOE Building Map

Roberts Hall

Roberts Hall

Department Offices

Mechanical & Industrial Engineering

220 Roberts

Chemical & Biological Engineering

214 Roberts

Cobleigh Hall

Cobleigh Hall

Department Offices

Civil Engineering

205 Cobleigh

Electrical & Computer Engineering

610 Cobleigh 

Barnard Hall

Barnard Hall

Department Offices

Gianforte School of Computing

357 Barnard

Center for Bioflim Engineering

366 Barnard

Physics

264 Barnard

Norm Asbjornson Hall

Norm Asbjornson Hall

Department Offices

Offices of the Dean

237 Asbjornson Hall

Empower Center

267 Asbjornson Hall

 

This map of the NMap of Norm Asbjornson College of Engineering Buildingsorm Asbjornson College of Engineering Buildings include the location of home departments. 

General advising questions for majors may be directed to the Department or School that houses them.

See table below for contact names and locations.