Explore and Join a Student Organization

Please browse the list of registered student organizations. Most organizations register in the fall, so please check back if you don't find what you are looking for as we are adding organizations daily!

How to search:

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If you are interested or have questions about a particular organization, are interested in an organization, please contact the listed President directly. If you don't find what you are looking for, you can always start a student organization!

Please note: Student Organizations are currently re-registering their clubs for the 14-15 academic year and the list is actively being updated as they do. Please toggle to 2013-2014 below to find contact information for the 2013-2014 registered clubs.

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Departmental Organizations

American Indian Science and Engineering Society

Purpose:
Throughout the academic year we plan and implement outreach activities for high school and middle school students to teach kids about the STEM fields and all the opportunities that come with a higher education degree, as well as participate in the local outreach events such as the MSU Engineerathon and American Indian Council WINGS. We also focus on the professional development of our own chapter by having resume workshops, guest speakers, and study nights.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Jenna Lipscomb 5419107677
Advisor:
Julian Collins 406-994-6723
Department Affiliation:
College of Engineering
Meetings:
Every other Monday starting September 15, 2014 5PM
Keywords:
American Indian, STEM, outreach

American Society of Civil Engineers

Purpose:
To provide students an opportunity to be part of a professional organization that will allow them to engage in design problems and competitions, as well as provide a means for professional networking.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Zachariah Moeller 406-579-9229
Advisor:
Michael Berry 406-994-1566
Department Affiliation:
Civil Engineering Department
Meetings:
Dues:
Free for students
Keywords:
ASCE, Civil, Engineer

Association of Computing Machinery

Purpose:
ACM provides professional, personal and social development opportunities for individuals who are interested in Computer Science. For example the club will take a spring break trip for members to San Francisco to visit Google and Facebook.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Luke Welna (406)498-4320
Advisor:
John Paxton (406)994-5979
Department Affiliation:
Computer Science Dept.
Meetings:
Keywords:
Computer Science, Programming, Leadership, Networking, Advantages

College of Engineering Ambassadors

Purpose:
Ambassadors are a group of students who represent the students of the College of Engineering. They give tours to prospective students and participate in many outreach efforts in addition to providing input to the leaders of the college on any big decisions being made.
Club Email:
President:
Monica Whitaker 303-549-7878
Advisor:
Judi Haskins 406-994-2272
Department Affiliation:
College of Engineering
Meetings:
Bi-weekly Thursdays at 6pm
Membership Requirements:
Engineering major nominated by faculty or current Ambassadors.
Keywords:
Engineering, outreach, leadership

Drum Club of MSU

Purpose:
To educate, enlighten and discuss percussion education and its impact on society both on and off campus.
Club Email:
President:
Andrew Miller 406-599-4748
Advisor:
Stephen Versaevel 406-994-5757
Department Affiliation:
School of Music
Meetings:
Thursdays at 11am in Howard Hall
Membership Requirements:
must attend meetings
Keywords:
Drums, Percussion, MSU

Exercise Science Club

Purpose:
The purpose of this club is to get students that are majoring in exercise science a feel for the field of choice. PT's and admissions from PT schools, doctors, athletic trainers and strength coaches will come talk to the club about their profession so that students will get a feel for the field.
Club Email:
President:
Kayleigh Coffman 406-570-1978
Advisor:
Dan Heil 406-994-6324
Department Affiliation:
Department of Health & Human Development (HHD)
Meetings:
Yes, SUB rooms every other wednesday 8-9
Membership Requirements:
Contract form saying the students will attend meetings involving community service and the conference in order to be eligible to attend the conference.
Dues:
$20 registration fee.
Keywords:
Exercise science, Physical therapy, Health Professions

Finance Club

Purpose:
The purpose of Finance club is to provide students with an in look into the mind of actual finance professionals. This is a achieved through many different opportunities to network and listen to finance professionals speak.
Club Email:
President:
Brit Kessner 406-590-0595
Advisor:
Gary Caton 406-994-6190
Department Affiliation:
Associate Professor of Finance
Meetings:
With either be Wednesdays or Thursdays at 6PM.
Keywords:
Finance, Business, Networking

Health Enhancement Majors Club

Purpose:
The purpose of the Health Enhancement Club is to prepare students in the Health Enhancement major for their future career and to be able to connect with other students in the major. The club puts on fundraisers throughout the year to raise money for the annual trip to the AAPHERD conference, which educates students about new research and findings in the Health Enhancement field.
Club Email:
President:
Tracy Echert 630-664-9811
Advisor:
Nancy Colton 406-994-6339
Department Affiliation:
Health & Human Development
Meetings:
Keywords:
Health Enhancement, Major, PE, Physical Education

Institute of Industrial Engineers

Purpose:
The Montana State University Chapter of the Institute of Industrial Engineers is devoted to the professional development, education, and involvement of all its members.

MSU IIE provides Industrial Engineering students opportunities to see IE outside the classroom through:

Tours of local business’s and manufacturing facilities
Guest speakers from industry
Volunteer work with MSU and the community
IIE annual conferences and expos
Mentoring for IE students
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Emily Zerbel 406-640-0164
Advisor:
David Claudio 406-994-5943
Department Affiliation:
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Department
Meetings:
Keywords:
Industrial Engineering, Engineering, Industrial

Kappa Kappa Psi - Beta Chapter

Purpose:
Be it known that Kappa Kappa Psi, National Honorary Fraternity for College Bandmembers, is an organization operating exclusively in the field of the college and university bands, and for the following several purposes:

(1) To promote the existence and welfare of the college and university bands and to cultivate at large a wholesome respect for their activities and achievements.

(2) To honor outstanding bandmembers through privilege of membership extended as a reward for technical achievement and appreciation for the best in music.

(3) To stimulate campus leadership and promulgate an uncompromising respect through the medium of the college band for gracious conduct, good taste and unswerving loyalty.

(4) To foster a close relationship between college bands and promote a high average of attainment by the performance of good music and selection of worthwhile projects.

(5) To provide a pleasant and helpful social experience for all engaged in college band work and to cooperate with other musical organizations in any manner consistent with the purposes of the institution at which chapters are located.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Joseph Quinones 406.461.5437
Advisor:
Nathan Statk 406.994.5761
Department Affiliation:
School Of Music
Meetings:
Sunday evening
Membership Requirements:
Must be enrolled in a band program
Keywords:
Band, music, service

Math Club at MSU

Purpose:
Our purpose is to provide activities and opportunities to those interested in mathematics (all interested students, not only math majors). We're a social organization, we connect students with the rest of the department, we offer chances to learn something new you won't find in your classes, and we spread mathematics into the community through outreach.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Brett Green 2086615071
Advisor:
Christina Hayes 4069945345
Department Affiliation:
Department of Mathematics
Meetings:
Keywords:
math, mathematics, learning, fun, competition

Model United Nations

Purpose:
The Model United Nations student club serves as a mechanism for students to learn about international relations and diplomacy, to discuss current international events, to coordinate participation in Model United Nations competitions, and to develop skills relevant to diplomacy.
Club Email:
President:
Francis E. Smiley (406)599-0933
Advisor:
Eric Raile 406-994-5239
Department Affiliation:
Department of Political Science
Meetings:
Weekly meetings every Thursday at 6p.m.
Keywords:
International, Politics, Diplomacy

Painting and Drawing Guild

Purpose:
To offer outside working and critiquing opportunities for painting and drawing. Also to provide a community setting to talk about art and experience practical career strategies and skills.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Melissa Livingston 406.250.3344
Advisor:
Sara Mast 406-994-3890
Department Affiliation:
School of Art
Meetings:
Thursdays at 6pm. Location will change, see Facebo
Keywords:
Painting, drawing, guild

Range Managment Club

Purpose:
The Range Management Club is open to any student who is interested in range ecosystems and the principles of their management. This club has close ties to the International Society for Range Management. Functions include sponsorship of an Undergrad Range Management Exam Team (URME), and an International Range Plant Identification team; promotion of guest speakers that are controversial, entertaining, and informative; and field trips. We also support a variety of social functions.

Students interested in Range Science should try out for the competitive Range Plant Identification Team and the Undergraduate Range Management Exam Team. These teams are sent to represent MSU at the annual contests held in conjunction with the annual International Society for Range Management Convention. The club meets on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month in Room 238 of the Animal Bioscience building.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Advisor:
Bok Sowell (406) 994-5558
Department Affiliation:
Animal and Range Sciences
Meetings:
September 9th 2014, September 23 2014, October 14
Membership Requirements:
Dues and 50% attendance to club meetings and practices.
Dues:
$15 for school year and $10 per semester.
Keywords:
Range, Grazing, Networking

SMITH'S METALS GUILD

Purpose:
To provide extra curricular opportunities for art majors. Great for students learning to network, work in groups, self motivation, etc.
Club Email:
President:
kaleigh jones 406.697.7586
Advisor:
Bryan Petersen 406.586.0757
Department Affiliation:
Metals
Meetings:
First Tuesday of every month at 5 pm
Membership Requirements:
Art major
Keywords:
MSU Metals Guild

Society of Physics Students

Purpose:
The purpose of SPS is to provide a variety of activities of interest and benefit to all students with an interest in physics at MSU, as well as to promote knowledge and understanding of physics in the community.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Devin Hansen 406.579.1240
Advisor:
Dana Longcope 406.994.7851
Department Affiliation:
Physics
Meetings:
Every other Wednesday, EPS 2nd floor atrium, 4:00p
Keywords:
physics, science, experiment, outreach

The Association for Women in Computing

Purpose:
The overall mission of our organization is to get more people involved in supporting women in Computer Science. This organization is not just for women, it is for anyone and everyone that wants to support women in Computer Science.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Kelsey O'Keefe 206.498.7082
Advisor:
Mike Wittie 406.994.3541
Department Affiliation:
Computer Science
Meetings:
Every other Thursday starting September 4th in EPS
Keywords:
AWC Computer Science

Turf Club at MSU

Purpose:
To promote knowledge and enthusiasm for turf management fields among the students community and to better prepare turf club members for careers in the turf industry.
Club Email:
President:
Andrew Leiter 4062400759
Advisor:
Tracy 406.994.6772
Department Affiliation:
Plant Sciences and Plant Pathology
Meetings:
Plant Growth Center, Tuesdays at 5pm
Keywords:
golf, turfgrass, horticulture


Honorary Organizations

Alpha Pi Mu

Purpose:
To confer recognition upon the industrial engineering student who has shown exceptional academic interests and abilities in his field.
To encourage wherever possible any movement which will advance the best interest of industrial engineering education.
To further unify the student body of the Industrial Engineering Department in presenting its needs and ideals to the faculty.
To create a closer student-faculty relationship by bringing together the needs and thoughts of both.
To assist and cooperate with all organizations and persons working for the interest of industrial engineering.
To benefit its members by the association and experience that can come from bringing together a group with similar interests, objectives, and abilities.
To promote the professional welfare of all.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Sage Childs 970-218-0264
Advisor:
Durward Sobek 406.994.7140
Department Affiliation:
Mechanical & Industrial Engineering
Meetings:
Quarterly Meetings throughout Fall and Spring Seme
Membership Requirements:
Third year students who have maintained an average scholastic grade in the upper one-fifth of the industrial engineering class of which they are a member shall be eligible for active membership. Fourth year students who have maintained an average scholas
Dues:
$45 lifetime membership fee
Keywords:
Alpha, Pi, Mu

Mortar Board

Purpose:
Mortar Board is an honorary society for senior level students who have completed approximately 90 credits. Mortar Board, Inc., a national honor society that recognizes college seniors for their achievements in scholarship, leadership and service, provides opportunities for continued leadership development, promotes service to colleges and universities, and encourages lifelong contributions to the global community.
Club Email:
President:
Kelsie Maricelli 406.531.7431
Advisor:
Julie Clay 406 994 7808
Department Affiliation:
ITC Infrastructure Department
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
Must have a 3.5 GPA and have completed 90 credit hours.
Dues:
$75 initiation fee
Keywords:
honor

Phi Upsilon Omicron

Purpose:
Phi Upsilon Omicron, an honor society in the integrated field of family and consumer sciences, offers an environment empowering lifelong learning, leadership building, and ethical and scholastic excellence.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Kimberly Hansen (208)244-4828
Advisor:
Sandra Osborne 406.994.5007
Department Affiliation:
Health and Human Development
Meetings:
Herrick Hall, Thursdays at 6pm
Membership Requirements:
Must have a 3.0 GPA, preferably a 3.3, and must be in the field of family and consumer sciences
Dues:
Each member pays $55.00 for a lifetime membership
Keywords:
National Honor society, Family, Consumer Sciences

Pi Tau Sigma

Purpose:
Recognizes the achievements of mechanical engineering students while promoting campus and community involvement in
relation to engineering education.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Mitch Carlson (651) 403-2911
Advisor:
Erick Johnson (406) 994-6163
Department Affiliation:
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
Top 1/4 of Junior ME class or Top 1/3 of Senior ME class
Dues:
$40.00 ($30 goes to national level and $10 to the
Keywords:
mechanical, engineering, honorary

Sigma Lambda Chi

Purpose:
The fundamental purpose of Sigma Lambda Chi is to provide recognition to outstanding students in construction curricula. Sigma Lambda Chi is the society that offers students the opportunity to be recognized locally and internationally for their academic accomplishments as a construction major.
Club Email:
President:
Joseph Perrelli (203)-535-6679
Advisor:
Jaime Foster 4069945913
Department Affiliation:
Civil Engineering Department
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
Student GPA must be among the top 20% of junior and senior students in the Construction Engineering Technology Major.
Dues:
SLC requires a one time payment of $50.00 which pa
Keywords:
construction, honor, society

Tau Beta Pi

Purpose:
The Tau Beta Pi Association was founded at Lehigh University in 1885 by Edward Higginson Williams, Jr., to mark in a fitting manner those who have conferred honor upon their Alma Mater by distinguished scholarship and exemplary character as students in engineering, or by their attainments as alumni in the field of engineering, and to foster a spirit of liberal culture in engineering colleges.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Advisor:
Abigail Richards 406-994-5926
Department Affiliation:
Chemical and Biological Engineering
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
Must be in the top eight percent of the Junior Engineering class or top ten percent of the Senior Engineering class.
Dues:
Current membership fee and you need to write an es
Keywords:
engineering honor society

The National Society of Collegiate Scholars

Purpose:
The purpose of this organization shall be as follows:
A. To recognize and celebrate high achievement among first and second year students in all academic disciplines.
B. To encourage and promote high standards throughout the collegiate experience.
C. To provide opportunities for personal growth and leadership development for members.
D. To provide scholarships, such as the Merit Award, Scholar Abroad, Scholar at Sea, and Graduate to member(s) who successfully apply and compete for these awards.
E. To organize and encourage learning opportunities through community service.
F. To foster an overall appreciation for the value of the higher education experience.
G. To continue to uphold the standards determined by the Association of College Honor Societies as part of the organization’s membership.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Ashley L. Brown 307.258.3897
Advisor:
Dawn Major 406.994.3214
Department Affiliation:
Honors College
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
We invite first- and second-year college students who have a GPA of 3.4 or higher, and are therefore in the top 20% of students nationally. To receive an invitation to join NSCS, students must attend a college or university where there is an active chapte
Dues:
One-time lifetime membership fee: $90.00
Keywords:
scholarship, leadership, service, academic, achievement, scholars, PACE, RUSH!, honors, national, society


Recreational Organizations

Danza Latina

Purpose:
The main purpose of this club is to introduce Latin dances like Salsa and Bachata to the students of MSU.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
MD ADNAN MORSHED 406.539.3330
Advisor:
Alexandra Yannakos 406.994.7751
Department Affiliation:
Foreign Student Advisor
Meetings:
Romney Gym, Thursday at 8pm
Dues:
Free
Keywords:
salsa, dance, latin

Hivemind Tech Group

Purpose:
The Hivemind Tech Group has provided a friendly place for all forms of gamers, competitive eSports fans, and computer
hardware enthusiasts to come together and foster the growth of our community for over ten years. Our method
includes hosting free large scale LAN events twice per semester on campus, featuring many games and tournaments,
prizes and giveaways, and a welcoming, passionate environment for all. We also work with similar organizations around the state from other schools. Being the largest if not the only organization at
MSU relating to these fields, we feel that it is our responsibility to reach out and make the community presence known to all
those who may be interested
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Blake Mickatavage 914.356.5156
Advisor:
Scott Dowdle 406.994.3931
Department Affiliation:
Computer Science
Meetings:
Most of our communication is done through Skype an
Membership Requirements:
An interest in all different forms of gaming and collegiate eSports!
Dues:
Our events are completely free for all to attend,
Keywords:
video games, computers, LAN, LAN Party, eSports, gaming, networking, TeSPA

Kashima Shinryu

Purpose:
We provide training in traditional Japanese martial arts. This includes working with swords and classical jiujitsu. Koryu martial arts (such as ours) are an important part of Japanese culture and history.
Club Email:
President:
Matt Smith 406-222-8341
Advisor:
Allison Gauthier 406-994-6957
Meetings:
Martial Arts Room: Hosaeus Fitness Center.
Membership Requirements:
We only ask that participants be willing to learn.
Dues:
There are no fees to practice. However, we do have
Keywords:
Martial Arts, Japan, Swords

Rock and Roll Jam Club of MSU Bozeman

Purpose:
To provide a fun and minimally structured venue for students and their guests to play rock and roll music in an all-skill-level inclusive context. Also to provide the educational music experience of playing and performing at concert volume in a theater setting.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Jim Del Duca 406 599 2463
Advisor:
Michael Videon 406-994-5760
Department Affiliation:
School of Music
Meetings:
Saturday afternoons in the Procrastinator Theater
Membership Requirements:
The desire to rock and roll!
Keywords:
music, performance, ensemble

SwingCats

Purpose:
The Swing Cats' mission is to promote awareness of the history of vintage swing dancing, to instill a love for the swing music and dancing of the 20's through the 50's, and to continually pursue personal growth on the social dance floor
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Ethan Olson 406-224-2229
Advisor:
Brigitte Morris 406-994-5136
Meetings:
Monday Night Dances and Lessons from 6-11
Membership Requirements:
Attend at least 1 swing dance workshop per year. (August to August)
Dues:
$15 per year/ $10 per semester
Keywords:
swing, vintage, dance

Wind Wranglers Kite Club at MSU

Purpose:
To bring a community of kite enthusiast together. Welcome all skill levels and kites emphasizing 2 and 4 line power kiting. Learn to read and understand local year round weather patterns as it pertains to wind. Share knowledge and experience. Have as much fun as humanly possible.
Club Email:
President:
Jeremy Lennox 406.240.3286
Advisor:
Steve Carlson 406.994.5811
Department Affiliation:
University Food Service
Meetings:
Keywords:
kite, snow, wind


Religious/Spiritual

Cru

Purpose:
To connect students with Jesus and each other.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Robert Chambless 2529040828
Advisor:
Charles Kankelborg 4069947853
Meetings:
meet every W @ 8PM at E-Free Church 1701 S 19th Av
Keywords:
Cru, Christian, Spiritual

Lutheran Student Fellowship

Purpose:
To bring students together to learn about God by answering questions and strengthening one's faith, doing so in an environment surrounded by friends.
Club Email:
President:
Nicholas Netherda 303.854.8474
Advisor:
Paul Nugent 406-994-7192
Department Affiliation:
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Meetings:
Sub Room #236, Tuesdays at 7pm
Keywords:
Bible Study, Lutheran, religious, church, christian

MERGE at MSU

Purpose:
MERGE aims to connect people to each other, to connect people to God and to provide ways for people to serve the larger community.

MERGE exists to provide students with the chance to build a sense of community and belonging around shared Christian beliefs. We seek to engage students spiritually and offer them a place to raise questions, pursue their chosen faith and serve the community around them, all within a context of coming to know themselves and each other better. In addition, MERGE offers any interested students the opportunity to consult with a chaplain about matters of their own faith and spirituality, regardless of their particular faith tradition.

We're a chapter of Adventist Christian Fellowship and yet have participating members from across the denominational spectrum, as well as those who are interested in pursuing spirituality but aren't wanting to choose a particular faith tradition.

Whatever your background, whatever your story, you're invited. You in?
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Alan Newbold 509-301-4051
Advisor:
Julia Cory Slovarp 406-994-5767
Department Affiliation:
Music
Meetings:
Friday evenings at 6pm (check Facebook page for up
Keywords:
Christian, community, spirituality

Muslim Student Association

Purpose:
MSA’s mission is to increase awareness and promote understanding of Islam through a variety of activities.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Faisal K. AlSaad 406-551-3822
Advisor:
Ruhul Amin (406) 994-6295
Department Affiliation:
Mechanical & Industrial Engineering
Meetings:
Every Friday
Keywords:
Muslim, MSA, religion

Nations

Purpose:
Nations is about building a community, a home away from home, encouraging one another, prayer and spiritual conversations, but most importantly having a good time.
Club Email:
President:
Ramona King 406-945-7972
Advisor:
Lisa Perry 406-994-5529
Meetings:
Wilson Room 1-156, Tuesdays at 6:30pm
Keywords:
nationsmovement.com, cru, nations

Presby Cats

Purpose:
Provide a place of spiritual nurturing through fellowship and study of lessons in the Bible.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Monica Whitaker 303.549.7878
Advisor:
Deborah Haynes 406.994.5013
Department Affiliation:
Health and Human Development
Meetings:
First Presbyterian Church, Sundays 11:45am-1pm
Keywords:
free food, Bible, Christian

Resurrection Catholic Campus Ministry

Purpose:
By serving our students, the Resurrection Catholic Campus Ministry (RCCM) gives witness at Montana State University by
providing support and sustaining the whole Catholic person. We provide an environment of fellowship and challenges to
students to be an example of the living Christ. Through our Catholic tradition, we promote nurturing of faith and opening hearts
of our members to hear God’s message.”
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Nina Hill 406-465-7824
Advisor:
MaryShaun Mize 406-994-3499
Department Affiliation:
Athletics
Meetings:
See Website
Keywords:
Catholic, Campus, Ministry

Secular Humanist Society of Bozeman

Purpose:
To provide a welcoming community for the non-religious.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Chad Bowman 4068905905
Advisor:
Billy Smith 4069945207
Meetings:
Thursdays in the SUB at 7:00PM
Keywords:
atheist, science, philosophy, agnostic, secular

Tuesday Nights Together Campus Ministry

Purpose:
College is a pivotal moment in our faith journey. Through our discussions, fellowship, and mission/service opportunities we seek to support you in your faith walk. Come experience God's love through food, fellowship, and fun!
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Michaela Nelson 703-350-2107
Advisor:
Kevin Amende 406-994-6304
Department Affiliation:
Mechanical & Industrial Engineering
Meetings:
Christus Collegium, Tuesdays 6-8pm
Keywords:
Christian, fellowship, fun


Special Interest Organizations

Anime Club

Purpose:
To bring together other Anime fans on campus and enjoy aspects of contemporary Japanese pop-culture.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Steve Exley 406-539-0482
Advisor:
Tomomi Yamaguchi (406) 994-7288
Department Affiliation:
Anthropology
Meetings:
Wednesdays, 7 p.m.
Keywords:
Montana State University Anime Club

Badminton Club at MSU

Purpose:
This badminton club arrange members to play badminton for members to build physical and mental strength,to make friends and share your experience, to learn to respect each other, and to gain self-confidence.
Club Email:
President:
Weng Kang Liu 406.539.7299
Advisor:
Benfang Lei 406.994.6389
Department Affiliation:
Microbiology and Immunology
Meetings:
Marga Hosaeus Fitness Center, T & R 5-7PM Sun 3-5P
Keywords:
badminton, sport, team, passion

Collegiate Stockgrowers at MSU

Purpose:
Collegiate Stockgrowers at Montana State University is a committee within the Montana Stockgrowers Association designed to develop collegiate students into tomorrow’s leaders. It provides collegiate ag producers the opportunity to learn more about legislative process and to have a voice in their industry. Collegiate Stockgrowers serves as an avenue for collegiate members with an interest in agriculture to express their concerns in an effort to assist in the development of MSGA policy. With programs that directly affect the ranching community of the next generation and significant networking opportunities, Collegiate Stockgrowers provides the chance for tomorrow’s leaders to be involved today.
Club Email:
President:
Kelsey Haughian 406-951-2053
Advisor:
Dr. Rachel Endecott (406) 994-3747
Department Affiliation:
Animal and Range Science Dept.
Meetings:
Meetings are the second and fourth Wednesday
Membership Requirements:
Membership is open to all students who pay dues of thirty dollars per year ($10 dollars to the club, $20 dollars to Montana Stockgrowers Association) and are a student in good-standing at Montana State. Dues must be paid within the 1st three meetings of t
Dues:
A $30 membership fee is turned into the Treasurer
Keywords:
agriculture, ranching, and young ag leaders

Dead Poets Society

Purpose:
To promote the reading and writing of poetry in a relaxed environment.
Club Email:
President:
Connor O'Leary 6517247394
Advisor:
Nora Smith 406.994.3681
Meetings:
SUB, Tuesdays at 8:00 pm
Keywords:
poetry, writing, relaxed

EMAP

Purpose:
We at EMAP dedicate ourselves to using the manuals that the longsword masters wrote themselves to teach and practice the use of the longsword. Not only that, but we also use this knowledge to learn the use of different weapons, such as the arming sword and learn how to grapple.
Club Email:
President:
Cody Lester 406-422-2450
Advisor:
Chris Organ 406-994-4707
Department Affiliation:
Microbiology and Immunology
Meetings:
This semester we are going to be meeting in Romney
Membership Requirements:
No requirements
Keywords:
HEMA, longsword, martial, art, sword

Game Design Club at MSU

Purpose:
To facilitate game creation and collaboration.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Andrew Nakas 406-551-3580
Advisor:
Caroline Harris 406-994-4383
Department Affiliation:
Blackstone LaunchPad
Meetings:
Keywords:
game, gaming, design

NECO: Network of Environmentally Conscious Organizations

Purpose:
NECO, the Network of Environmentally Conscious Organizations, is a student driven grassroots organization at Montana State University dedicated to connecting resources between MSU and the greater Montana community, emphasizing environmental, social, and economic sustainability.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Katie Noland 406-788-0985
Advisor:
EJ Hook 406-994-7840
Department Affiliation:
Office of Sustainability
Meetings:
NW corner of the SUB Alumni Lounge, Tuesday 6-7pm
Keywords:
environmental, sustainability, volunteering, community

Pow Wow Basketball Club

Purpose:
To assist in diversifying the annual American Indian Council Pow Wow at MSU by providing a healthy and active event for MSU students, Pow Wow attendees and the local community through participation as a competitor, volunteer or spectator. This club has been active since the of fall 2009, but the tournament has been running for over 20 years in conjunction with the annual MSU Pow Wow.
Club Email:
President:
Rae Howe 4066700365
Advisor:
Rita Sand 406.994.3334
Department Affiliation:
Native American Studies
Meetings:
Regular mtgs will begin 2nd semester.
Keywords:
MSU Pow Wow, Basketball, Tournament

Rhapsody A Cappella

Purpose:
Rhapsody is an energetic, student-led mixed a cappella group with a high standard of musicality and stage presence. We perform exciting renditions of contemporary popular music at a variety of venues both on and off-campus. Our goal is to showcase diverse personalities and talent while coming together as a unit to create a unique musical experience with our voices.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Keeli Telleen 406-750-4842
Advisor:
Eric Funk 406-994-1973
Department Affiliation:
School of Music
Meetings:
Keywords:
a cappella, acappella, singing

Smash Society

Purpose:
Smash Society provides a community for people interested in Super Smash Brothers to improve their skills and meet others with similar interests. It also works to:
- Provide a regular opportunity for players to meet and play
- Organize periodic competitive events to promote friendly competition
- Help members network with other players and events in Bozeman and across the state, broadening player experiences and building a larger Smash community
Club Email:
President:
Mitch Baker 406-321-4518
Advisor:
Mike Wittie 406.994.3541
Department Affiliation:
Computer Science
Meetings:
SUB 234, Wednesdays at 6:30 PM
Keywords:
Super Smash Brothers, Video Games, Melee, Project M

Student Alumni Association

Purpose:
THE PURPOSE of Montana State University Student Alumni Association:Uphold Bobcat Spirit and Tradition, Instill “vim” into our student bobcats, and Career networking and development through alumni.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Samantha Brandon 360-566-7457
Advisor:
Malaree Wiltgen 406-994-2522
Department Affiliation:
MSU Alumni Association
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
Be a paying member
Dues:
20 a year or 60 for 4 years
Keywords:
Bobcat spirit, networking, community service

Student Printmakers of Montana (SPAM)

Purpose:
Our mission would be to provide a community based on the centuries old art of printmaking while utilizing the techniqes in a contemporary context. The guild would nurture a environment to explore the art, while involving their community with projects and fundraising. The students would be given opportunities to attend conferences, set up shows and vote on speakers to help further their skill and knowledge in the printmaking field, as well as their future in the art world.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Muriel Condon 406-223-5425
Advisor:
Gesine Janzen 406-994-3011
Department Affiliation:
School of Art
Meetings:
Keywords:
Printmaking, art, design

Sustained Dialogue

Purpose:
Sustained Dialogue's mission is to develop everyday leaders who engage differences as strengths to improve campuses, workplaces, and communities. Sustained Dialogue envisions a world in which all people have the tools to create the communities they dream of so people of all identities can thrive. By participating in engaged dialogue, our aim is to promote holistic understanding by bridging gaps between traditionally opposing groups. Sustained conversations will encourage and embrace diversity, resulting in actions that are deliberate, thoughtful, and enduring.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Darby Lacey 406.868.1309
Advisor:
Ariel Donohue 406.994.5801
Department Affiliation:
Diversity Awareness Office
Meetings:
Keywords:
dialogue, social justice, community, leadership

Tabletop Gaming Club @ MSU

Purpose:
The Tabletop Gaming Club mission is to create and provide an inclusive community for people of all ages, students or not, a place to gather and play a variety of games. The club is open to the greater community of Bozeman and MSU.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
JD Figura 406-570-7126
Advisor:
Steve Swinford (406) 994-5254
Department Affiliation:
Sociology
Meetings:
Wednesday Game Nights 6:30 - 11pm
Dues:
We would appreciate dues of $5.00 per semester, bu
Keywords:
Magic the Gathering, Dungeons & Dragons, Board Games

The National Society of Leadership and Success

Purpose:
We build leaders to build a better world
Club Email:
President:
Matthew Schaeffer 406-214-6541
Advisor:
Kari Oelkers 406-599-2700
Department Affiliation:
University Studies
Meetings:
Dues:
$85
Keywords:
Leadership, Networking, Development


Self-Help Organizations

Recovering Students at MSU

Purpose:
The Center for Recovering Students provides a safe, healthy, and welcoming environment for students to cultivate life skills, pursue goals, and have the opportunity to celebrate recovery with their peers.

Our mission is to improve the academic, professional and social well-being of recovering students, faculty, and staff at Montana State University. We seek to provide a strong network of support, both on campus and within the community. We strive to promote a productive and healthy lifestyle for all individuals that have been affected on any level by addiction. We are able to help students draw upon their own strengths and those of others, to further develop resiliency and achievement. We have a variety of information, programs and services that emphasize integrity and accountability. CRS members will enjoy access to a wide range of benefits, opportunities, and to a large network of supportive students, faculty and staff. Our peer-based recovery mentorship helps students manage and excel in challenging situations, on and off campus.

Our organization varies greatly in terms of age, interests, and stage of recovery. To join CRS, a student must be currently enrolled, or have interest in attending Montana State University, and believe in the commitment to a clean and sober lifestyle. There are no membership fees. CRS has a professional staff and qualified volunteers that are in recovery themselves, and serve as vocal advocates and allies for all students. We coordinate and promote sober, social events, and work to support and inspire our members throughout their time in Bozeman, and at Montana State University.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Katelyn Shea 406.293.1486
Advisor:
Rick Winking 406.334.5937
Department Affiliation:
Health Promotions
Meetings:
Keywords:
Recovery, addiction, sober


Faculty and Staff Organizations


Fraternities

Alpha Gamma Rho Fraternity

Purpose:
The Purpose of the Alpha Delta chapter of Alpha Gamma Rho is to make better men, and through them a broader and better agriculture by surrounding our members with influences tending to encourage individual endeavor, resourcefulness and aggressive effort along lines making for the development of better mental, social, moral, and physical qualities; to promote a wider acquaintance and a broader outlook on the part of agricultural men through fellowship in a national organization that stands for the best social, mental, and moral development.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Cole Ratzburg 4067886786
Advisor:
Ronald Ramsfield
Department Affiliation:
College of Agriculture
Meetings:
Monday 5:30 at AGR
Membership Requirements:
4069942651
Dues:
ronramsfield@aol.com
Keywords:
ag, fraternity, agriculture fraternity, bozeman

Sigma Nu Fraternity

Purpose:
To develop ethical leaders inspired by the principles of Love, Honor, and Truth. To foster the personal growth of each man's
mind, heart, and charter. To perpetuate lifelong friendships and commitment to the Fraternity.
Club Email:
President:
James Patton 775-848-2920
Advisor:
Glen Steinhoff 406-994-3460
Department Affiliation:
Landscape & Grounds
Meetings:
7:30 Monday Nights
Keywords:
Sigma, Nu, Fraternity


Student Government

COA Student Council (AgStuCo)

Purpose:
We are a collaborative leadership group representing all of the COA-affiliated clubs and organizations.
Club Email:
President:
Jeremiah M. Jansen 406-850-5296
Advisor:
Nora Smith 406-994-5745
Department Affiliation:
Dean and Director's Office, COA/MAES
Meetings:
2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month at 5:10, ABB145
Membership Requirements:
A registered student organization who has paid dues to College of Agriculture Student Council.
Dues:
$35 for each College of Agriculture Club or Organi
Keywords:
Agriculture, student, council


Social/Political Organizations

Students for Choice

Purpose:
Our mission is to support and protect, as a fundamental right and value, a woman's freedom to make personal decisions regarding the full range of reproductive choices through education, training, organizing, legal action and public policy.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Frances Ambrose 6157724905
Advisor:
Betsy Danforth 4069943836
Department Affiliation:
Women's Center
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
A healthy and supportive attitude for the organization purpose and mission.
Keywords:
Pro-Choice, Reproduction, Health

The F-Word: Feminist Discussion Group

Purpose:
The F-Word discussion group will examine the various ways in which sexism, misogyny, racism, classism, and gender bias
effect the lives of women, children and men in negative ways. Our goal is to empower students to make a positive change
in their community.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Frances Ambrose 615.772.4905
Advisor:
Betsy Danforth 406.994.3836
Department Affiliation:
Women's Center
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
The only requirement is that members are open to the ideas of feminism and respect the opinions of others.
Keywords:
feminism, women, empowerment

Young Americans for Liberty

Purpose:
The mission of Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) is to identify, educate, train, and mobilize youth activists committed to "winning on principle." Our goal is to cast the leaders of tomorrow and reclaim the policies, candidates, and direction of our government.

YAL Statement of Principles

We are the Young Americans for Liberty. We recognize the God-given natural rights of life, liberty, and property set forth by our Founding Fathers. Our country was created to protect the freedoms of the individual and be directed by We the People.

We recognize that freedom requires responsibility, and therefore we hold ourselves to a high standard of character and conduct. Integrity motivates our action. Principle defines our outlook towards government. Peace and prosperity drive our ambitions towards our countrymen.

We inherit a corrupt, coercive world that has lost respect for voluntary action. Our government has failed and dragged our country into moral decay. The political class dominates the agenda with a violent, callous, controlling grip. For this we do not stand.

We welcome limited government conservatives, classical liberals, and libertarians who trust in the creed we set forth.

WE, as Young Americans for Liberty believe:

that government is the negation of liberty;

that voluntary action is the only ethical behavior;

that respect for the individual's property is fundamental to a peaceful society;

that violent action is only warranted in defense of one's property;

that the individual owns his/her body and is therefore responsible for his/her actions;

that society is a responsibility of the people, not the government.
Club Email:
President:
David Ricci 406-224-2067
Advisor:
Wendy Stock 406-994-7984
Department Affiliation:
Agricultural Economics and Economics
Meetings:
TBD
Membership Requirements:
TBD
Dues:
TBD
Keywords:
YAL, Liberty, Freedom, Paul, Politics, Personal Freedom


Club Sport

Bozeman Whitetail Rugby

Purpose:
To offer women the chance to play a full contact competitive sport, make lasting friendships, and stay active around the Bozeman community.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Kelsie Kay Maricelli 406.531.7431
Advisor:
Ed McKenna 406.994.1899
Department Affiliation:
Dean of Students and English
Meetings:
M & W 530-730 at the Lincoln Fields behind suites
Membership Requirements:
Cleats and a mouth guard
Dues:
Fundraising
Keywords:
Rugby, sport, team

Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Club

Purpose:
To provide professionally taught jiu-jitsu classes to MSU students
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Anthony Sciolino 406.599.0539
Advisor:
Brock Lameres 406.994.5987
Department Affiliation:
Electrical & Computer Engineering
Meetings:
Thursdays 8pm in the martial arts room
Membership Requirements:
A desire to train
Dues:
Get a gi, which is the bjj uniform or a judo gi. D
Keywords:
brazilian jiu-jitsu, BJJ, self defense

Crux Climbing Club

Purpose:
Crux exists to engage an MSU student community in the USA Climbing Collegiate Climbing Series competitions as well as other regional competitions, and to train for these competitions.To create an empowering, motivating, safe, and fun community to improve advanced climbing abilities.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Aaron Bugh 303.883.0476
Advisor:
Joe Manlove 406.600.7281
Department Affiliation:
Mathematics
Meetings:
Mondays at 7pm at Spire Climbing Center. On campus
Dues:
Comp entry fees, travel expenses, and USA Climbing
Keywords:
Climbing, rock, team

Fit Pit

Purpose:
FitPit gives the opportunity to all MSU students to challenge themselves mentally and physically with a community motivated on improving one another.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Alexander Irick 303.552.1984
Advisor:
Abbey Keene 406.994.6278
Department Affiliation:
Rec sports and fitness
Meetings:
Hosaeus Fitness Center functional training room
Keywords:
Fitness, Health, team

IHSA Equestrian's at MSU

Purpose:
Our club is designed to provide opportunities for undergraduate students to learn how to ride and show horses competitively in both the English and Western riding disciplines. It allows students to participate in weekly riding lessons, travel to shows in the region, and build relationships with other people with similar equine interests.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Lillian Hamilton 802-989-5635
Advisor:
Emily Glunk (406) 994-5688
Department Affiliation:
Department of Animal and Range Sciences
Meetings:
1st & 3rd Tuesdays of every month unless holiday
Membership Requirements:
Full time student, in good standing with the University
Dues:
depends on discipline, minimum is $866 and $15
Keywords:
Equestrian, IHSA, horse show team

Mixed Martial Arts Club

Purpose:
To offer mixed martial arts training to all MSU students who are interested in training in MMA
Club Email:
President:
Anthony Sciolino 406-599-0539
Advisor:
Brock LaMeres 406-994-5987
Department Affiliation:
Electrical & Computer Engineering
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
Anyone interested in training in MMA must first go through the bjj club for approval.
Dues:
Must be dedicated to train regularly
Keywords:
mma, mixed martial arts

MSU Bobcats Rugby

Purpose:
The club offers the opportunity for full-time students to participate in rugby at a nationally competitive level and in the Utah Collegiate Rugby Conference, while also serving the MSU and Bozeman communities
Club Email:
Website:
President:
C. Drew Dyson 303-957-6475
Advisor:
Ed McKenna 406-994-5933
Department Affiliation:
Dean of Students
Meetings:
Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6pm at Roskie Fields
Membership Requirements:
Full-time college student within five years from graduation of high school. Membership also requires paying semester dues and staying in good disciplinary and academic standing at Montana State University-Bozeman
Dues:
Varies. Ranges from $75-$150
Keywords:
Rugby, Sport Club

Racquetball Club at MSU

Purpose:
The purpose of this organization is to have fun, meet people, get exercise, and play racquetball.
Club Email:
President:
Grant Junghans 406-694-7561
Advisor:
Scott Krushensky 406-994-5500
Department Affiliation:
Recreation and Fitness
Meetings:
Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6pm to 8pm.
Keywords:
Racquetball Club at MSU

Ultimate Club

Purpose:
To build and encourage a competitive ultimate atmosphere in the Bozeman MSU community.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Thomas Walz 4068509727
Advisor:
Chris Helgeson (406) 994-5045
Department Affiliation:
United States of America Ultimate
Meetings:
Roskie Fields Tuesdays and Thursdays 5pm-dark
Keywords:
Ultimate, Frisbee, Rumrunner, sport, team

Women's Ultimate Frisbee

Purpose:
To create an atmosphere where women can learn and play the sport of competitive ultimate frisbee.
Club Email:
President:
Shawn Stanley 406-207-9247
Advisor:
Emily Kimmel 406-586-3540
Meetings:
Keywords:
Women, Ultimate, Frisbee, Competitive, MSU

Wrestling Club

Purpose:
The Wrestling Club provides an opportunity for anyone to learn the fundamentals of wrestling and for lifelong wrestlers to continue their passion for the sport. We practice primarily folkstyle (collegiate) wrestling, but are open to Freestyle and Greco-Roman style wrestling as well.

Wrestling is a full body workout from head to toe, builds physical and mental toughness, and provides a strong foundation for other sports and martial arts. Wrestling club members are encouraged to work out and practice another martial art or sport on the days that we do not meet.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Orrin Boese 360.620.4622
Advisor:
Stephen Albert 406.994.6114
Department Affiliation:
Western Transportation Institute
Meetings:
Group Fit #1, Fitness Center, T & R 7:30-9P
Keywords:
wrestling, sport, team


Military Organizations


Cultural Organizations

American Indian Council

Purpose:
This organization has been established for the following purposes: 1) to assist new students in their adjustment to college life and to recruit high school and transfer students to attend Montana State University; 2) to provide an environment that respects and promotes scholarship in accordance with cultures and customs of American Indians; and 3) to work with American Indian students through promotion of extra-curricular activities that bridge MSU –Bozeman with the
Gallatin Valley and its American Indian residents.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Montana Wilson 406-696-3246
Advisor:
Richard White 406-994-4880
Department Affiliation:
Native American Studies Department
Meetings:
TBA
Keywords:
American Indian, Culture, Club

Arabic Club

Purpose:
The Arabic Club is a way for those interested in the Arabic language to meet others who share the same interests. The club serves the community by introducing diversity and bridging the gaps between native Arabic speakers and non-native Arabic speakers. The club provides the opportunity to deepen cultural understanding while improving Arabic speaking skills. The Arabic Club will allow students to build lasting friendships and create unique connections with other students at MSU.
Club Email:
President:
Hannah Wolf (406)529-2640
Advisor:
Yvonne Rudman (406)994-4031
Department Affiliation:
Office of International Programs
Meetings:
Keywords:
Arabic, diversity, culture

Friends International Buddy Program

Purpose:
The Friends program is a short two week program at the beginning of the semester that pairs up MSU students with new international students that are either studying abroad at MSU or starting towards a full degree. The program seeks to help international students settle in more easily, as well as foster friendships between international and domestic students.
Club Email:
President:
Griffin Ruehl 5039017385
Advisor:
Susan Welker 4069945719
Department Affiliation:
Office of International Programs
Meetings:
Keywords:
international, buddy, friends

German Club at Montana State University

Purpose:
To promote knowledge of German culture and language via organized events for MSU students and the community. German language knowledge is NOT necessary to join, but promotion of the learning thereof is a club priority.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Erika Avera 530-320-3520
Advisor:
Marc Mueller 406-994-5502
Department Affiliation:
Modern Languages
Meetings:
GH143, Tuesdays at 6:00 pm
Membership Requirements:
To possess enthusiasm and interest for learning about German language and culture.
Keywords:
German, Germany, Stammtisch, deutsch, Deutschland

Global Cultural Club

Purpose:
To provide a healthy environment for the International Student to pursue their respective degrees. We organize events periodically so that student don't feel the stress of the school.

Also this would give the students the chance to meet people from different cultural.
Club Email:
President:
Varun Chandra Reddy 4065776232
Advisor:
Deborah Chiolera 4069947722
Department Affiliation:
Office of International Program
Meetings:
Keywords:
Congregation of different cultures

INDIAN STUDENT ASSOCIATION

Purpose:
Purpose or Mission To share the beautifully rich culture and heritage of India among MSU students and the Bozeman community, and to be a support system for Indian students at MSU.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Kartik Vakharia 2013142925
Advisor:
Alexandra Yannakos 4069947751
Meetings:
Keywords:
Indian, India, club

QSA

Purpose:
QSA is here to create a safe space for the LGBTQIA community members and supporters.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Joslyn Montagne 7123014141
Advisor:
Danielle Antoinette 406-994-4201
Department Affiliation:
Sociology & Anthropology
Meetings:
Monday nights at 7pm. SUB room 233
Keywords:
lgbt, qsa, gsa

Vigil North

Purpose:
Vigil North trains together in order to effectively carry out objectives and accomplish goals within the context of the game "Humans vs Zombies." We train in order to increase our ability to work as a team and in order to increase our individual skill at movement, marksmanship, and communication.
Club Email:
President:
Diana Lafana Patrick 501-545-6913
Advisor:
Josef Verbanac 406-994-5327
Department Affiliation:
English
Meetings:
Saturdays at 4pm at Southside park.
Keywords:
HvZ, Nerf, Humans vs Zombies


Professional/Career Organizations

AGC Student Chapter

Purpose:
The main purpose of this student chapter is to help student gain more knowledge in the construction industry by touring various jobs and communicating with professionals in the field.
Club Email:
President:
Dillon Reller 425-736-0392
Advisor:
Penny Knoll 406-994-6139
Department Affiliation:
Civil Engineering
Meetings:
Dues:
$10-$20
Keywords:
Construction, Engineering, Building

American Institute of Chemical Engineers

Purpose:
The purpose of AIChE at MSU is to provide an environment for members to network with other students and professionals and develop themselves professionally. We do this by providing opportunities to give back to the community through outreach, develop technical skills while competing in regional competitions, and meet with professionals who give guest lectures.
Club Email:
President:
Riley Shearer 503.724.9778
Advisor:
Ross Carlson (406) 994-3631
Department Affiliation:
Chemical and Biological Engineering
Meetings:
Our meetings are not regular but rather occur when
Keywords:
engineering, outreach, development

ASHRAE

Purpose:
ASHRAE (Formerly the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers), founded in 1894, is a building technology society with more than 54,000 members worldwide. The Society and its members focus on building systems, energy efficiency, indoor air quality, refrigeration and sustainability within the industry.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Nicholas Oelkers 406-478-3177
Advisor:
Kevin Amende 406.994.6304
Department Affiliation:
M&IE Dept.
Meetings:
Keywords:
HVAC, sustainability, building systems, energy efficiency

ASID/NKBA Student Chapter Interior Design

Purpose:
To inspire and enrich it's members by promoting the value of Interior Design, while providing indispensable knowledge and experiences that build relationships.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Dara Palmer 406.994.2120
Advisor:
Teresa Slye 406.994.7122
Department Affiliation:
Gallatin College
Meetings:
Keywords:
Interior Design, Gallatin College, ASID

Collegiate Young Farmers & Ranchers

Purpose:
The purpose of the club is to further communication among people with an interest in agricultural issues, educate college students about the work of an agricultural organization, provide college students experience with local, state and national government through active participation in legislative activities, learn about Farm Bureau policies and activities, and promote the profession of agriculturally-related occupations. The MSU chapter conducts bi-weekly meetings and participates in the Farm Bureau policy development process, Montana’s Young Ag Leadership Conference, Calling on the Capitol events and a number of other issues and leadership development activities.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Maria Goettemoeller 937-538-1464
Advisor:
Anton Bekkerman 406-994-3032
Department Affiliation:
Montana Farm Bureau
Meetings:
1st & 3rd Thursday/mo at 5:15pm at the MT Farm Bur
Membership Requirements:
anton.bekkerman@montana.edu
Dues:
$10 semester/ $20 year
Keywords:
farmer, rancher, agriculture

Health Professions Club

Purpose:
Our mission is to establish an assembly of involved members in order to prepare them by coordinating and promoting any applicable opportunities.
Club Email:
President:
Lillian Diegel (406)871-8997
Advisor:
Sheila Nielsen (406) 994-1670
Department Affiliation:
Health Professions Advising
Meetings:
Tuesday nights 7pm
Membership Requirements:
Two hours of involvement a month.
Keywords:
medical, health, pre-med, professions, medicine, doctor, HPC, medical field,

Opticats

Purpose:
Opticats is a club for students interested in the field of optics. We include a student chapter of SPIE, an international society advancing an interdisciplinary approach to the science and application of light.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Sarah Mondl 406-220-3352
Advisor:
Joseph Shaw 406-994-7261
Department Affiliation:
Optical Technology Center
Meetings:
ECE conference room (608 Cobleigh Hall), every 2 w
Membership Requirements:
Interested in optics ... SPIE or OSA member
Keywords:
Optics, lasers, SPIE, OSA, physics, engineering, professional

Pre-Dental Club at MSU

Purpose:
The mission of the Pre-dental Club at Montana State University is to provide dental-related opportunities to its members including peer support, information, and extra curricular activities, as well as enhancing public relations through community projects and outreaches.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Stormi Nicole Okerman (406) 853-3566
Advisor:
Sheila Nielsen 406-994-1670
Department Affiliation:
Health Professions Advising
Meetings:
Keywords:
dental, dentistry, volunteer, service, pre-dental, health profession, health professions, health

Pre-Law Club of Montana State University

Purpose:
The Mission of the Pre-Law Club of Montana State University is the educate students about career paths in the legal field, encourage continued education, and instill a desire to contribute to society in a meaningful way.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Hannah Maines (414)303-0003
Advisor:
Denise Malloy 406-994-3537
Department Affiliation:
University Studies
Meetings:
Keywords:
Law, Pre-Law, Legal

Pre-Vet Club at MSU

Purpose:
The purpose of the club is to provide a wealth of opportunity and knowledge to pre-veterinary students, from insight and advice on courses to helping prepare veterinary school applications. The pre-veterinary club is here to provide assistance in a variety of ways. While the rigors of coursework and the application process may seem daunting, the support through the pre-veterinary club will be extremely helpful for future successes. Experience equates to knowledge and each member of the club shares a different set of experiences. As a whole, the club is a network through which a student's pre-veterinary education can be broadened and enhanced.
Club Email:
President:
Elena Combs 406-214-1557
Advisor:
Rebecca Mattix 406-994-5598
Department Affiliation:
Immunology and Infectious Diseases
Meetings:
ABB room 136 every 1st and 3rd Wednesday's of the
Dues:
$5.00 per semester
Keywords:
PreVeterinary, MSU, Club

Undergraduate Chemistry Society

Purpose:
Teach children in Bozeman and the surrounding area about the importance of science in all areas of life. Also to get everyone excited about chemistry and its principles.
Club Email:
President:
Everet Owen 719-313-7835
Advisor:
Steve Holmgren 406.994.5393
Department Affiliation:
Chemistry and Biochemistry
Meetings:
Keywords:
Chemistry, MSU, outreach

US Green Building Council Student Chapter at MSU

Purpose:
The US Green Building Council Student Chapter at MSU (USGBC @ MSU) seeks to provide professional development opportunities, including networking, training and experience, for students interested in green building practices such as LEED.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Agnes Pohl 612.770.1619
Advisor:
Thomas McNab (406) 994-3793
Department Affiliation:
Architecture
Meetings:
2nd and 4th Thursdays of the month at 5pm in SUB
Keywords:
Green Building, LEED

Wildlife Society of MSU

Purpose:
To enhance the undergraduate experience by promoting opportunities for communication and education among undergraduates, graduates, and professionals in the field of wildlife management.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
James Waxe (307)360-6744
Advisor:
Robert Garrott 406-994-2270
Department Affiliation:
Ecology
Meetings:
Dues:
$7 per semester or $10 for the school year
Keywords:
Wildlife, Biology, Hunting


Service Organizations

Cats for a Cause

Purpose:
Cats for a Cause is a club at Montana State University whose mission is to provide a setting for students to collaborate and work together to volunteer and provide service within and beyond the Bozeman community. We work with nonprofit organizations such as the American Cancer Society, Eagle Mount Big Sky Kids Program, Cancer Support Community, United Blood Services, Worldwide Book Drive, Community Café and more.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Catherine Gilligan 4067502578
Advisor:
Darla Goeres (406) 994-2440
Meetings:
Once a month - time, place and day TBD
Membership Requirements:
Must have a strong interest in volunteering and being involved in the community and be willing to attend monthly meetings.
Keywords:
service, volunteer, community

Circle K

Purpose:
An off-shoot of Kiwanis International, Circle K is the premier college community service organization in the world combining leadership, service, and professionalism with the opportunity to build friendships with other college students.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Blake Lerner 406-209-6525
Advisor:
Audrey L. Capp 406.994.7026
Department Affiliation:
Business
Meetings:
Wednesdays at 5:45 in SUB room 234
Membership Requirements:
All are welcome
Keywords:
kiwanis, service, leadership

Students Against Sexual Assault

Purpose:
Student's Against Sexual Assault works to provide support to survivors of sexual assault, rape, stalking, and/or interpersonal relationship violence. We raise campus and community awareness as well as raising money for the Survivor Fund, which provides funding to survivors in need.
Club Email:
President:
Devlynn Gogan 406-579-1554
Advisor:
Alanna Sherstad 406.994.7662
Department Affiliation:
VOICE Center
Meetings:
Wednesday at 6:00
Keywords:
activism, support, sexual assault


Sororities

Alpha Gamma Delta

Purpose:
Purpose:
To gain understanding that wisdom may be vouchsafed to me.
To develop and prize health and vigor of body.
To cultivate acquaintance with many whom I meet.
To cherish friendships with but a chosen few and to study the perfecting of those friendships.
To welcome the opportunity of contributing to the world's work in the community where I am placed because of the joy of service thereby bestowed and the talent of leadership multiplied.
To honor my home, my country, my religious faith.
To hold truth inviolable, sincerity essential, kindness invaluable.
To covet beauty in environment, manner, word and thought.
To possess high ideals and to attain somewhat unto them.
This shall be my purpose that those who know me may esteem Alpha Gamma Delta for her attainments, revere her for her purposes and love her for her Womanhood.

Mission:
The mission of Alpha Gamma Delta Foundation is to impact and enrich our communities by providing essential support for education, philanthropy and leadership.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Sadie steinbeisser (406)489-0639
Advisor:
Sara Budt 406-994-2827
Meetings:
Alpha Gamma Delta house, Mondays at 5:15
Membership Requirements:
Must be a female, full time student at Montana State University. Must have a 2.5 GPA
Dues:
$750 to pledge AGD $2600 for active members
Keywords:
sorority, philanthropy, sisterhood

Alpha Omicron Pi

Purpose:
The object of the Fraternity shall be to encourage a spirit of Fraternity and love among its members; to stand at all times for character, dignity, scholarship, and college loyalty; to strive for and support the best interest of the colleges and universities in which chapters are installed, and in no way to disregard, injure, or sacrifice those interests for the sake of prestige or advancement of the Fraternity or any of its chapters.

The Mission Statement is a clear and concise representation of our organization to the outside community--"Women Enriched through Lifelong Friendship"
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Megan Evans 253-561-5631
Advisor:
Kerry Hanson 406-994-7620
Department Affiliation:
National Panhellenic Council and Alpha Omicron Pi Women's Fraternity
Meetings:
AOII House, Mondays at 5:00 p.m.
Membership Requirements:
Must be a woman enrolled in 12 or more credits with a cumulative high school GPA of 2.75 or a cumulative college GPA of 2.5.
Keywords:
Sorority, Fraternity, Greek Life

Chi Omega

Purpose:
Since 1895, six purposes have guided the direction of every chapter and brought its members unequaled opportunities for personal growth and development. Today, they are still valid as these intelligently interpreted purposes help to preserve and enhance the best values of hellenic culture.

Our mission is "Sisters inspired by our values who serve the world while keeping Chi Omega ever at heart." Chi Omega is committed to our six purposes; friendship, personal integrity, service to others, academic excellence and intellectual pursuits, community and campus involvement, and personal and career development.

The concept of balance is what we all strive for in our daily lives. As Chi Omegas, we find that our Ritual and the Six Purposes serve as a guide in our pursuit of happiness and a balanced life.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Kierstyn Tuel 360-448-3942
Advisor:
Rachel Randash 406-994-7627
Meetings:
Monday nights @ 7pm at the Chapter house
Membership Requirements:
Collegiate members must maintain a G.P.A. above a 2.0 to maintain their membership as a Chi Omega nationally. Locally, the Sigma Beta Chapter of Chi Omega requires all its members to maintain a G.P.A. of a 2.6 or above to remain in good standing.
Dues:
Please contact the Chapter for more information.
Keywords:
Sorority, Service, Friendship, Sisterhood, Greek life

Pi Beta Phi

Purpose:
he mission of Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women is to promote friendship, develop women of intellect and integrity, cultivate leadership potential and enrich lives through community service.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Madison Brown 406-555-5555
Advisor:
Hilja Mueller (406) 994-2827
Department Affiliation:
Panhellenic
Meetings:
Keywords:
sorority, women, philanthropy