The Empower Student Center is located in 267 Norm Asbjornson Hall and is an integral part of the Norm Asbjornson College of Engineering at Montana State University. The Center provides support and resources to
underrepresented minority students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields (STEM), as well as undergraduate women in engineering and computer science. Empower students have access to:

  • Spacious study areas to work independently and/or in groups
  • Large conference room with whiteboards and video monitor for studying and group projects
  • Laptops with engineering software programs, including AutoCAD, ProE and others, which students may check-out
  • Free printing/copying/scanning/faxing capabilities and access for long distance phone calls
  • Free "drop-in" and private tutoring for math, physics, chemistry and other subjects
  • Academic guidance and support for non-academic needs (housing, transportation, childcare, and other community resources important to students)
  • Guidance and networking for scholarships, research opportunities and internships
  • Peer mentoring program for students in STEM majors
  • A comfortable, welcoming environment that includes a kitchenette for student use