Located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, Bozeman is truly a remarkable community. The Bozeman area at large encompasses over 50,000 people with backgrounds and cultures as diverse as the Montana landscape. From cattle ranchers to high tech engineers, the area is home to a breed of people who have come to appreciate an unmatched quality of life. While retaining a small town feel, Bozeman prides itself on offering community activities and programs typically available only in larger, metropolitan areas. Combine the wide array of resources with an abundance of outdoor recreational opportunities and it's easy to understand why Bozeman ranks as one of the nation's most livable cities.
- Area Lodging
- Area Services
- Bozeman & Area Maps
- Bozeman Chamber of Commerce
- Downtown Bozeman
- Bozeman Public Schools
- Bozeman Weather
- Shakespeare in the Parks
- SweetPea Festival
- Weather & Road Conditions
- Bozeman, Montana Video Web site
Area Online Newspapers
- Big Sky Ski & Summer Resort
- Bridger Bowl Ski Resort
- Gallatin National Forest - Campgrounds and Cabins
- Montana Wilderness Areas
- National Parks in Montana
- Nearby State Parks
- Yellowstone National Park
- Yellowstone Net
Founded in 1893 as Montana's land grant college, MSU-Bozeman is a comprehensive, multipurpose university integrating programs of instruction, research, and public service. Our campus is located in the heart of the Gallatin Valley, a rich farm land of scenic grandeur in mountainous southwest Montana at an altitude of 5,000 feet and just 90 miles from Yellowstone National Park. (See Directions to Campus below)
Southwestern Montana, with its network of rivers and streams and its mountain lakes, is a paradise for people who enjoy outdoor recreation. The campus covers 1,170 acres and includes 45 major buildings.
Our nearest airport is Gallatin Field, located eight miles from Bozeman. Northwest, United, and Delta airlines provide service through Minneapolis and Salt Lake City, respectively. Horizon Air and Sky West provide commuter flight service. There is a Greyhound bus terminal located in Bozeman.
Annual precipitation in Bozeman is 18.61 inches, and much of it arrives as snow. We receive an annual average of 83.5 inches of snow in Bozeman and much more at the nearby ski areas.
Bozeman, Montana, is located on I-90. Two interstate exits will bring you to the campus of MSU-Bozeman.
From the west, take exit 305 onto North 19th Avenue and follow it south to Kagy Boulevard (approximately 3.5 miles). Turn left onto Kagy and continue to South 7th Avenue; turn left and continue to parking areas.
If you take exit 309 from the east onto Main Street, proceed west to Willson Avenue, turn left, and travel 18 blocks to Kagy Boulevard (Willson will curve slightly here). Turn right and continue for seven blocks to South 7th Avenue, turn right again, and you will see the parking lots on your left.
Once you are here, a detailed campus map will help you find your way around. Please stop by our Parking Information Kiosk (watch for signs directing you to it) for details on where to park and parking fees.