Montana State University - Bozeman

Montana State University (MSU) is a land-grant university located in Bozeman, Montana, United States. It is the state's largest university and primary campus in the Montana State University System, which is part of the Montana University System. MSU offers baccalaureate degrees in 51 fields, master's degrees in 41 fields, and doctoral degrees in 18 fields through its nine colleges.

More than 16,400 students attend MSU, and the university faculty numbers, including department heads, are 743 full-time and 411 part-time. The university's main campus in Bozeman is home to KUSM television, KGLT radio, and the Museum of the Rockies. MSU provides outreach services to citizens and communities statewide through its eight Agricultural Experiment Stations and 60 county and reservation Extension Offices.


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General Details
  • STATE OR PROVINCE
    Montana
  • CITY
    Bozeman
  • YEAR FOUNDED
    1893
  • ESTABLISHMENT
    university
  • INSTITUTION TYPE
    public
  • AVERAGE TUITION
    $33,550
  • APPLICATION FEE
    $38
  • ACCOMMODATION
    on campus and off campus
  • ADDRESS
    211 Montana Hall, Bozeman, Montana
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