Add/Drop Form 

This form is necessary to add/drop after deadlines set by the Office of the Registrar

DegreeWorks 

DegreeWorks is a web-based planning tool to help students and advisors monitor student's progress toward degree completion. It also allows for advising notes and provides a place to create semester plans. DegreeWorks provides a more accessible, convenient, and organized way for students to know where they are academically and how they can plan the rest of their college careers. DegreeWorks is not a substitution for consultation with an academic advisor. Students will still need to see an academic advisor in order to receive access to register for classes.

Disabled Student Services

Montana State University is dedicated to the principles of equal educational opportunity and access for students with disabilities. Our office upholds the requirements of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and its amendments of 2008. The purpose of these laws is to ensure nondiscrimination in all of the university’s programs, services and activities.

Disability Services welcomes students, parents and faculty to contact us with questions about our services and the accommodations process here at Montana State University.

Office of Financial Aid

Covering the financial investment of higher education starts here!

MSU Calendar

Stay up-to-date on campus events and academic deadlines with the MSU Calendar.

MSU Course Catalog

What courses do I need to take? Do I meet the requirements to be on the Dean's List? What is academic suspension? All of this and more can be found in the MSU Course Catalog.

Office of Student Engagement

The Office of Student Engagement (OSE) provides and facilitates student engagement opportunities for MSU students through a variety of programs, events, services, and activities. We are THE HUB for students interested in connecting with their fellow Bobcats through student government, student organizations, programs and events, and engaging in service to the community.

Office of the Registrar

The Office of the Registrar at Montana State University is the official custodian of unabridged student academic records past, present and future. The Registrar's staff plans and conducts student-registration, maintains and updates academic records, interprets and applies academic policies, certifies eligibility for baccalaureate degrees, determines resident fee classification for tuition purposes, schedules all academic classes and classroom facilities, maintains processes and provides information in support of academic grading and advising, verifies enrollment and degrees awarded, plans and directs the commencement ceremony, and determines eligibility for student participation in athletics, extracurricular and honor society activities, as required.

Registration Deadlines

Residence Life

ResLife handles the details of living on campus or purchasing meal plans. 

Study Abroad

Go Somewhere with MSU's study abroad programs.

Suicide Prevention

The MSU community is committed to creating a culture of support, which means that we acknowledge the different ways that students might encounter difficulty, reach out to provide support, and encourage getting help at one of the many agencies on campus that offer counseling or student support services.

Suicide prevention is a major focus on our campus. Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death among college students nationwide, and there almost 1,100 suicides at U.S. college campuses each year. MSU has a team of psychologists, counselors, faculty, staff, and student leaders working to protect the MSU community from the devastating impact of suicide. This website provides a summary of crisis and counseling resources, as well as training and prevention options. 

Veteran Support Center - A Yellow Ribbon Program

The Veteran Support Center is a dedicated space in the Strand Union Building, right in the center of campus, with trained staff to help veteran students with just about anything. Whether its questions about DVA benefits, help figuring out which classes to take or just a place to study or catch up with friends, the Veteran Support Center is open to all veteran students and spouses. The Center is equipped with:

  • Computer stations
  • Tables for group or independent study
  • Lounge area with cable TV
  • Coffee maker, refrigerator and microwave
  • Printing services