Founded in 1893 as a Land Grant University, Montana State University (MSU) is composed of nine academic colleges and a graduate school and boasts a friendly, supportive faculty and campus environment. Currently, the University hosts an enrollment of over 15,000 students, including approximately 2,000 graduate students.
Montana State University is in a class of its own. MSU is among the top 3% of colleges and universities for research expenditures, and is also classified by the Carnegie Foundation as an institution with a high undergraduate profile. This means that undergraduates at MSU get research opportunities typically reserved for graduate students at other schools. Plus, MSU’s location at the crossroads between Yellowstone National Park and some of the biggest skiing in America offers students a classroom, lab and playground unlike any in the world.
Named an All American City, Bozeman boasts high-quality medical facilities, a very low crime rate, many fine restaurants, acclaimed public and private schools, a symphony orchestra and choir, an annual opera, and nationally known events such as the Sweet Pea Festival of the Arts held in early August of each year. Bozeman is listed as one of National Geographic's "World's 25 Best Ski Towns." Bizjournals.com ranked Bozeman #2 on the list of American Dreamtowns - small towns that offer the best quality of life without metropolitan hassles. The K-12 educational system, growing reputation of Montana State University, and pristine natural environment of the area combine to make Bozeman one of America's most desirable university towns. Bozeman is located in the beautiful Gallatin Valley, 90 miles north of Yellowstone National Park.
This institution does not offer the WUE rate to transfer students.
The WUE tuition rate applies to the majors listed below. If the major is not listed here, it is not eligible for the WUE rate:
|Program Name||Degree Type(s)|
|Accounting Technology/Technician and Bookkeeping||CERT|
|Aeronautics/Aviation/Aerospace Science and Technology, General||ASSOC|
|Agroecology and Sustainable Agriculture||BS|
|Business Administration and Management, General||CERT|
|CAD/CADD Drafting and/or Design Technology/Technician||ASSOC|
|Cell Biology and Neuroscience||BS|
|Construction Engineering Technology||BS|
|Film and Photography||BA|
|Finance and Financial Management Services, Other||BS|
|Health and Human Performance||BS|
|Health Information/Medical Records Technology/Technician||CERT|
|Land Resource Sciences||BS|
|Machine Tool Technology/Machinist||CERT|
|Mechanical Engineering Technology||BS|
|Medical Microbiology and Bacteriology||BS|
|Modern Languages and Literatures||BA|
|Natural Resources/Rangeland Ecology||BS|
|Pre-Medicine/Pre-Medical Studies||No Degree|
|Pre-Veterinary Medicine||No Degree|
|Science Teacher Education/General Science Teacher Education||BS|
|Social Science Teacher Education||BS|
|Sustainable Food and Bioenergy||BS|
|Technical Teacher Education||BS|
|University Studies||No Degree|
A very limited number of Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) awards will be available to new freshmen enrolling at Montana State University in the fall of 2017. Only legal residents of the following states may be considered for WUE awards at MSU in Bozeman: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Guam, Hawaii, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Northern Marianas Islands, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming. New freshmen may retain their WUE award for up to four academic years (eight semesters), as long as they maintain a 3.0 cumulative grade point average and are continuously enrolled as full-time students. To be considered for WUE, Freshmen must apply for admission, have ACT and/or SAT scores sent directly from the testing company and apply for the WUE scholarship at https://www.montana.edu/admissions/wue. Transfer students cannot be considered for the WUE program.Contact Information