Fire, Police, Ambulance Emergency Telephone 911
Emergency Hotline (800) 411-2287

In the event of any emergency or natural disaster, information concerning the status of Montana State University will be available to students, faculty, staff, parents, and community members through the following emergency hotline number.

 
MSU Police Department (406) 994-2121

The University Police Department provided victims of crimes with many resources through a victim-driven process intended to allow the victim to decide what action is taken in their case.
www.montana.edu/police/

 
MSU VOICE Center 24-Hour Confidential Support Line (406) 994-7069

The VOICE Center emphasizes empowerment of the survivor and peer-based services provided by trained advocates. Advocates can accompany or assist survivors in accessing medical, legal, or other services. Services are free and confidential. You may choose to be anonymous if you wish.
www.montana.edu/wwwhs/voice

 
MSU Counseling & Psychological Services (406) 994-4531

The professional staff at Counseling & Psychological Services (CPS) offers FREE, Confidential counseling to eligible students, and provides counseling on a limited basis for a fee to MSU faculty/staff.
www.montana.edu/wwwcc/

 
MSU Dean of Students Office (406) 994-2826

The purposes of the Dean of Students Office are to act as an advocate for students, to consult and work with individual students and student groups, and to work with other campus offices. Assistance is available on a “drop-in” basis or by appointment.  The Dean of Students Office can assist victims in many ways, from modifying class schedules to conducting university judicial hearings for violations of the student conduct code.
www.montana.edu/wwwds/

 
MSU Student Health Service (406) 994-2311

The professional staff at MSU Student Health Service provide outpatient medical care for MSU students and their spouses.
www.montana.edu/wwwhs/

 
MSU Title IX Coordinator (406) 994-2042

Sexual harassment is a form of sex discrimination prohibited by the Mink Equal Opportunity in Education Act (Title IX). Sexual harassment is unwelcome conduct of a sexual nature. Any student, faculty or staff member with questions or concerns about sex discrimination or sexual harassment or who believes that he or she has been the victim of sex discrimination or sexual harassment may contact the MSU Title IX coordinator for assistance.
www.montana.edu/titleix/

 
HAVEN (406) 586-4111

HAVEN is committed to reducing the incidence, and minimizing the impact, of domestic abuse on families and communities.  HAVEN provides emergency shelter, crisis intervention, on-going support, referrals, and education.
www.havenmt.org/

 
Gallatin County Victim Services Center  

The Victim Services Center combines three programs to provide comprehensive services to victims in Gallatin County. Located in the Law and Justice Center, the center is a warm, caring environment where victims can be safe and receive the assistance needed.
www.gallatin.mt.gov/Public_Documents/gallatincomt_victimwit/vicwit

 
Bozeman Deaconess Hospital (406) 585-5000

915 Highland Boulevard
Bozeman, Mt 59715
www.bozemandeaconess.org

 
Reporting Crimes (406) 994-2121

Crimes can be reported in person by coming to the MSU Police Department office at the Huffman Building on the corner of South 7th Avenue and Kagy Boulevard, by phone at 911 or (406) 994-2121, by e-mail: mailto:police@montana.edu, or anonymously by using the Silent Witness Program: mailto:switness@montana.edu.
www.montana.edu/police/services/crime-reporting.html