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Departmental Organizations

Agricultural Education Club

Purpose:
We strive to promote and develop agricultural education at Montana State University by providing opportunities for student members to develop professional and career skills. Students become more prepared by participating in industry experiences, networking events, and educational activities within agricultural teaching, communications, leadership, and extension fields.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Austin Standley 406-274-6549
Advisor:
Shannon Arnold 406-994-6663
Department Affiliation:
Agricultural Education (CLE)
Meetings:
Linfield 231 1st & 3rd Weds. of the month 5:15 pm
Membership Requirements:
Agricultural Education Major
Dues:
$15 per year
Keywords:
agricultural education, teaching, extension

American Institute of Chemical Engineers

Purpose:
The AIChE Student Chapter works to provide an environment for members to network with students and professionals in Chemical Engineering and related fields. Members will develop professionally by attending networking socials, professional development workshops, and participating in outreach events throughout the year.
Club Email:
President:
Coy Zimmermann 303-915-1597
Advisor:
Ross Carlson 406-994-3631
Department Affiliation:
ChBE
Meetings:
Keywords:
AIChE, engineering, cheme

American Society for Engineering Management

Purpose:
The purpose of The American Society for Engineering Management is to expose students to the field of engineering management and prepare them for future careers in management. ASEM encourages collaboration between current professional leaders, other campus clubs, and other ASEM chapters to increase managerial tactics, and technical skills.
Club Email:
President:
Cassidy D Pfingsten 406-579-7286
Advisor:
William Schell 406-994-5938
Department Affiliation:
Engineering
Meetings:
Typically the first Tuesday of each month. Always
Dues:
Must purchase a student membership as officer.
Keywords:
Management, Engineering, Society

American Society of Civil Engineers

Purpose:
The mission of our organization is to inspire and encourage young civil engineers and prepare them for the future. We strive to mentor younger students in their academic careers and help them to learn outside the classroom. While providing a fun and interesting atmosphere that enables us to involve our community and school in a positive manner.
Club Email:
President:
Kierstin Veltrop 208-908-2911
Advisor:
Michael Berry 406-994-1566
Department Affiliation:
Civil Engineering
Meetings:
Generally every other Thursday at 6PM
Keywords:
Civil, Engineering, Professional

American Society of Mechanical Engineers/Mechanical Engineering Technology

Purpose:
ASME/MET is a not-for-profit organization that enables collaboration, knowledge sharing, career enrichment, and skills development across all engineering disciplines, toward a goal of helping the global engineering community develop solutions to benefit lives and livelihoods. Founded in 1880 by a small group of leading industrialists, ASME has grown through the decades to include more than 140,000 members in 151 countries. Thirty-thousand of these members are students.

From college students and early-career engineers to project managers, corporate executives, researchers and academic leaders, ASME's members are as diverse as the engineering community itself. ASME serves this wide-ranging technical community through quality programs in continuing education, training and professional development, codes and standards, research, conferences and publications, government relations and other forms of outreach.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Drew Lippa (619) 490-9835
Advisor:
Erick Johnson 406-994-6163
Department Affiliation:
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Meetings:
Bi-MonthlyThursday at 7:00PM
Membership Requirements:
Must be interested in engineering!
Keywords:
Mechanical, Engineering, ASME

Animal and Range Sciences Graduate Student Association

Purpose:
The purpose of this organization shall be to foster closer relationships among Animal and Range Sciences graduate students and faculty among all disciplines of Animal and Range Sciences at Montana State University; to encourage leadership; to promote greater interest in the profession; and to promote participation in professional activities.
Club Email:
President:
Ashton Hubbard 530-526-7359
Advisor:
Emily Glunk 406-994-5688
Department Affiliation:
Animal and Range Sciences Department
Meetings:
Animal and Range Sciences Department
Membership Requirements:
Graduate student of Animal and Range Sciences
Dues:
$5 a semester.
Keywords:
Animal, Range, Science, Graduate

Art History Society

Purpose:
Increasing cultural awareness and conversation through education and visibility of cultural and historical artworks
Club Email:
President:
Advisor:
Regina Gee 406-994-2665
Department Affiliation:
Art
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
Interest in Art History, an Studio Art or Art History Major
Keywords:
Art, history, ancient, Greek, Roman, baroque, modern, post-modern,

ASID/NKBA Student Chapter

Purpose:
To encourage and educate Interior Design students at Gallatin College, while integrating us as students into the design community of Bozeman. By communicating with design professionals, manufacturer's representatives, and other local businesses, we provide a foundation for Interior Design students at Gallatin College to prosper in the field, all while creating lasting relationships with peers and educators alike.
Club Email:
President:
Aubrey Byrd 509-590-7873
Advisor:
Teresa Slye 406-994-7122
Department Affiliation:
Gallatin College
Meetings:
Keywords:
Interior Design, ASID, Gallatin College

Association for Computing Machinery

Purpose:
The mission of ACM is to prepare undergraduates in the Gianforte School of Computing to prepare for the job world. We strive to increase the number of tools you have so you feel more comfortable completing tasks and become a more competent developer.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Sean White 406-600-8052
Advisor:
John Paxton 406-994-4780
Department Affiliation:
Gianforte School of Computing
Meetings:
Every other Thursday @ 5pm Barnard 347
Membership Requirements:
(If holding a leadership position) National ACM membership required
Dues:
(If leadership) National ACM Membership fee $19
Keywords:
computing, ACM, outreach

Ceramic Guild

Purpose:
The Ceramic Guild provides opportunities for students and community members to partake in fundraising and outreach programs for members to travel to lectures, bring visiting artists and attended conferences related to our field.
Club Email:
President:
William Harning 313-799-0989
Advisor:
Josh DeWeese 406-994-2837
Department Affiliation:
Art
Meetings:
Tuesday's twice a month Haynes Hall 108
Keywords:
clay, pottery, ceramic, art

Chemistry and Biochemistry Graduate Student Association

Purpose:
The Chemistry and Biochemistry Graduate Student Association exists to strengthen the chemistry and biochemistry graduate student community with the aims of serving the needs and improving the experiences and research quality of the current graduate students.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Casey Kennedy 406-672-4695
Advisor:
Doreen Brown 406-994-4802
Department Affiliation:
Chemistry Biochemistry
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
Graduate student in chemistry or biochemistry
Keywords:
MSU, Chem, Biochem, GSA

College of Agriculture Student Council

Purpose:
The Agriculture Student Council strives to promote agriculture within the College, the university, and the state. The Council fulfills this mission by promoting the programs, organizations, and objectives of the College of Agriculture. The Council provides a sounding board for students and allows input into the actions of the College administration. Most clubs and organizations affiliated with the College of Agriculture have representatives that sit on the council.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Charsi Workman 406-380-0515
Advisor:
Susan Fraser 406-994-3683
Department Affiliation:
Dean of Agriculture
Meetings:
1st & 3rd Tues. every month -Animal Bio.145 @ 5:15
Keywords:
agriculture, student council

Dead Lizards Society

Purpose:
To engage students in discussions on topics in paleontology, ecology, and evolutionary biology, and provide an atmosphere for students to become involved with campus research, field work, and volunteer opportunities.
Club Email:
President:
Jacob Gardner 805-801-9197
Advisor:
David Varricchio 406-994-6907
Department Affiliation:
Earth Sciences
Meetings:
Monthly - date and location TBD
Keywords:
paleontology, evolution, biology, science, academic

Department of Education Graduate Student Group

Purpose:
To provide a space, along with events and activities, that serve to bring together graduate students in the department of
Education Programs at MSU so that they may share information, educate, and support one another in their graduate education
and professional lives, along with educating the larger community on issues in the field of higher education.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
William Aderholt 858-349-9660
Advisor:
Bryce Hughes 406-994-6419
Department Affiliation:
Department of Education
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
Must be a graduate student in the College of EHHD.
Keywords:
Graduate, EHHD, Education

Earth Sciences Colloquium

Purpose:
The mission of the Earth Sciences Colloquium is to advance student scientific research and communication through the organization of an annual research symposium that showcases undergraduate and graduate student research in areas of geology, geography, biology, climate science, snow science, land resources, environmental science and paleontology.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Kathryn Bills 406-994-3337
Advisor:
Dr. Jamie McEvoy 406-994-4069
Department Affiliation:
Earth Sciences
Meetings:
Every Thursday from Noon-1PM in Traphagen 121
Membership Requirements:
Earth Sciences Graduate Student
Keywords:
Earth Sciences, Symposium, Research

Ecology Club

Purpose:
To bring scientists in from around the country to speak and interact with the Ecology department, or other interested organizations.
Club Email:
President:
Will Glenny 425-301-7369
Advisor:
Laura Burkle 406-994-7223
Department Affiliation:
Ecology
Meetings:
Lewis 304 3:30 Pm
Keywords:
Ecology, Wildlife, Fisheries

Electrochemical Society

Purpose:
The general mission of an ECS student chapter is to, “Provide students the opportunity to foster a greater understanding as well as promote electrochemical and solid-state science and technology among its peers, to further enhance their professional development and to enrich their academic experience.”
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Erica Eggleton 406-570-3926
Advisor:
Ryan Anderson 406-994-5701
Department Affiliation:
Chemical and Biological Engineering
Meetings:
Keywords:
Electrochemical, STEM, Outreach

Exercise Science Club at MSU

Purpose:
The mission of the Exercise Science Club at MSU is to bring together students within the HHD realm. During the semester we hold regular meetings where professionals within the community and Grad schools are asked to come and give presentations to the club. Every year we hold our annual Trick or Trot 5K race which helps fund our trip to the American College of Sports Medicine Conference. Our club really allows students the opportunity to gain knowledge and connect with professionals and fellow classmates within their specific field.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Kaitlyn Vetter 406-560-2761
Advisor:
Dan Heil 406-994-6324
Department Affiliation:
Health & Human Development
Meetings:
6:30 evey other Wednesday
Membership Requirements:
Contract form
Dues:
$20 registration fee
Keywords:
exercise science, health professions, ACSM, HHD

Gallatin Trumpet Guild

Purpose:
The purpose of Gallatin Trumpet Guild is to provide opportunities in education and performance for trumpet players on campus. We work with brass faculty to identify guest artists and clinicians to bring to the MSU campus. We strive to meet the needs of the trumpet players on campus by reaching out to the community for performance opportunities, purchasing sheet music, and funding travel for out of town concerts. In addition to these activities, Gallatin Trumpet Guild hopes to raise awareness of the MSU trumpet studio in the Bozeman community, surrounding areas and state.
Club Email:
President:
Andrew Kilpatrick 406-465-2575
Advisor:
Sarah Stoneback 720-878-8764
Department Affiliation:
School of Music
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
Playing the trumpet is a requirement for being involved in the Gallatin Trumpet Guild.
Keywords:
trumpet, performance, guild

Geology Club

Purpose:
The purpose of the MSU Geology Club is to further the understanding, exploration, and promotion of Earth Sciences to our members and the community through field trips, guest speakers, and other club activities. We like to take full advantage of our surrounding area.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Zachary Thomas Grimac 865-356-4410
Advisor:
David W Bowen 406-581-5448
Department Affiliation:
Earth Science
Meetings:
Usually Wednesdays at 5:00PM
Keywords:
Geology, Oil, Mining, Camping, Exploration

Health Enhancement Major's Club

Purpose:
The Health Enhancement Major's Club's purpose is to provide an opportunity for students in our major to work cooperatively with other majors and to volunteer in the community for fundraising with events like Little Bobcat Track. This club also sends members each year to the National SHAPE America Conference that takes place each spring in a different part of the country. This helps build connections across the nation for students pursuing a career in Health Enhancement!
Club Email:
President:
Taylor Cashmore 406-925-0109
Advisor:
Nancy Colton 406-994-6339
Department Affiliation:
HHD
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
Must be a Health Enhancement major to join.
Keywords:
Health, Enhancement, SHAPE

Health Enhancement Majors Club

Purpose:
The Health Enhancement Majors Club's purpose is to provide an opportunity for students in our major to work cooperatively with other majors and to volunteer in the community for fundraising with events like Little Bobcat Track. This club also sends members each year to the National SHAPE America Conference that takes place each spring in a different part of the country. This helps build connections across the nation for students pursuing a career in Health Enhancement!
Club Email:
President:
Taylor Cashmore 406-925-0109
Advisor:
Nancy Colton 406-994-6339
Department Affiliation:
HHD
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
Must be a Health Enhancement major to join.
Keywords:
Health, Enhancement, SHAPE

History Graduate Student Association

Purpose:
The purpose of this club shall be to provide a forum to bring together graduate students studying History, via academic and social events, with the aims of improving the graduate school experience and research quality of current graduate students.
Club Email:
President:
Kelsey Matson 509-339-5830
Advisor:
Tim LeCain 406-994-7585
Department Affiliation:
History and Philosophy
Meetings:
First Friday of each month. Date and time TBD.
Membership Requirements:
Must currently be enrolled in MSU's History or American Studies MA or PhD program.
Dues:
$5 annually for current student members
Keywords:
history, graduate, student

Land Resources and Environmental Sciences Graduate Student Organization

Purpose:
The LRES GSO shall exist for the following purposes:
a. Facilitate communication and interaction among LRES graduate students.
b. Facilitate communication and interaction between LRES graduate students, LRES
faculty, and MSU administration.
c. Represent the interests of LRES graduate students to the LRES Department Head
and faculty, and the MSU Department of Graduate Education.
d. Provide support for graduate student symposiums and seminars.
e. Provide a medium through which LRES graduate students can communicate ideas,
concerns, or grievances to the LRES department head and/or faculty.
f. Inform LRES graduate students of activities and opportunities of interest both within
and outside the department.
g. Organize social activities and events for LRES graduate students.
h. Through spirit and action, strive to build and maintain graduate student cohesion and camaraderie, and intra-departmental relations between graduate students and faculty.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Tessa Scott 406-640-2919
Advisor:
Jane Mangold 994-5513
Department Affiliation:
Land Resources and Environmental Sciences
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
Must be a graduate student in the Land Resources and Environmental Sciences Department
Keywords:
environment, socializing, science

LaunchCats

Purpose:
LaunchCats aims to inspire entrepreneurial action among students by providing events centered around learning by doing and empowering the individual. LaunchCats is a co-curricular student organization focused on identifying problems, proposing solutions, and launching ventures.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Sam Kern 406-381-7970
Advisor:
Linda Ward 406-994-1995
Department Affiliation:
Jabs Entrepreneurship Center
Meetings:
Montana, State, University, Entrepreneurship, Club

Math Club

Purpose:
Math Club has a mission to encourage all students toward mathematical pursuits by engaging in exciting events.
Club Email:
President:
Kelsey Philipsek 952-913-3553
Advisor:
Christina Hayes 406-994-5345
Department Affiliation:
Mathematical Sciences
Meetings:
Every Monday at 5pm
Keywords:
math, club, wilson

Montana Student Dietetics Association

Purpose:
The Montana Student Dietetics Association strives to enrich the well-being of students with a common interest in food and nutrition by emphasizing student involvement in the community, providing resources to promote academic success, offering insight into professional and advanced education opportunities, sharing up-to-date nutrition research with members, and assisting in the preparation of students for application to a dietetic internship program and the licensure examination to become a Registered Dietitian.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Luke Shealy 406-438-3609
Advisor:
Melody Anacker 406-994-6337
Department Affiliation:
Health and Human Development
Meetings:
Herrick Hall Every other Tues 12:30 Thrs 12:05
Dues:
$15 for T-shirt and membership
Keywords:
nutrition, food, msda

Montana Student Nurses Association (Billings Chapter)

Purpose:
To promote charity and service among nursing students and advocate for issues close to nursing and the community as a whole.
Club Email:
President:
Estella Wilmarth 503-960-4882
Advisor:
Stacy Phillips 406-657-1773
Department Affiliation:
Nursing
Meetings:
4th Monday of the Month
Membership Requirements:
Nursing student enrolled at Billings Campus
Keywords:
nursing, healthcare, medicine

Montana Student Nurses Association Bozeman Campus

Purpose:
To mentor students preparing for initial licensure as registered nurses, and to convey the standards, ethics, and skills that students will need as responsible and accountable leaders and members of the profession.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Carrianne Ryan 406-570-4342
Advisor:
Kathy Damberger 994-2378
Department Affiliation:
College of Nursing
Meetings:
Meetings are held the last Monday of every month f
Membership Requirements:
Any MSU nursing student is welcome.
Dues:
No.
Keywords:
Nurse, Healthcare, Showmeyourstethoscope

Music Technology Organization

Purpose:
To represent and support the Music Technology student body and establish a forum for interdisciplinary networking and collaboration.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Brielle Morgan 406-539-2842
Advisor:
Jason Bolte 406-994-5766
Department Affiliation:
School of Music
Meetings:
6PM Every Thursday
Membership Requirements:
Must be an enrolled Music Technology student.
Keywords:
Music, Technology, MTEC

Phi Sigma Tau Montana Beta

Purpose:
Philosophy Society exists to provide a community of critically thinking, curious minds that can use each other to expand and deepen their philosophical knowledge.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Devon Gwynn 406-281-4430
Advisor:
Sara Waller 406-994-5216
Department Affiliation:
History and Philosophy
Meetings:
T and/or THR, Wilson Hall next to 1-131 at 6:30
Keywords:
Philosophy, Ethics, Morality, Discussion

Pre-Vet Club at Montana State University

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:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Shea Stevens 406-871-0102
Advisor:
Rebecca Mattix 406-994-5598
Department Affiliation:
Microbiology & Immunology
Meetings:
1st & 3rd Wednesdays of the semester
Dues:
$5.00 per semester
Keywords:
pre-vet, veterinarian, career

PSPP Graduate Journal Club

Purpose:
To foster a community of rigorous research by giving graduate students the opportunity to hone skills in several vital forms of scientific communication: literature, lecture and peer-to-peer
Scientific articles are a major form of communication in life sciences research - from experimental results to novel techniques, peer-reviewed journal articles are how researchers keep abreast of their field of interest. Thus, learning to interact with and critique scientific literature is a vital skill for any student hoping to pursue research. The Plant Sciences & Plant Pathology (PSPP) Journal Club provides students an outlet for discussing pertinent journal articles - thus honing such skills.
The club is also a chance for busy grad students to meet and raise questions about any relevant graduate student topic - from the future of plant research and the role of graduate education...to tips for choosing a citation software…an opportunity for the peer-to-peer communication so important to the development of collaborative relationships
In addition to regularly scheduled journal discussion meetings – the Journal Club will strive to organize guest speakers – talented researchers from relevant fields - to give presentations on current research topics.

Beyond honing communication skills, Journal Club provides two other valuable experiences:
The diversity of research fields being covered by the participating students gives us all the chance to look further than our immediate graduate research topic and may provide us with the opportunity to learn another helpful skill necessary for researchers - seeing the bigger picture!
Networking - the Journal Club is a great platform to get to know fellow grad students and at the same time establish a network of future leading scientists. Not to speak of the opportunities established by inviting guest speakers from industry, other universities and countries!
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Traci Hoogland 712-395-1985
Advisor:
Hikmet Budak 406-994-6717
Department Affiliation:
Department of Plant Sciences and Plant Pathology
Meetings:
Please contact the President and/or Advisor
Membership Requirements:
Recommended: Graduate student standing in the PSPP department, but graduate students from other departments may find topics with overlapping interest. PSPP faculty and staff are also welcome.
Keywords:
PSPP, Plant Science, Grad, Journal

RoboCats

Purpose:
To encourage Montana State University students to increase their knowledge and technical skills in the field of robotics. Through interdisciplinary engineering projects, challenging automation problems, and student lead learning, the RoboCats prepare students for future careers in robotics.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Kirby Overman 360-927-4669
Advisor:
Hunter Lloyd 406-994-5959
Department Affiliation:
Computer Science
Meetings:
Keywords:
Compter Science, Engineering, Robotics

Smith's Metals Guild

Purpose:
The Smith's Metals Guild's purpose is to accommodate extra curricular activities for members through workshops, fundraising events and conferences. Our mission is to increase exposure by providing experiences and opportunities for the young professionals to interact with other professionals in the nation, as well as hands on experience in the field before graduating. Sales and shows educate students on how to sell and market their work. The guild organizes workshops with visiting artists at least once a year as an affordable option for students and the School of Art to connect to local artists from the community and beyond.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Catherine Schroeder 6052221966
Advisor:
Bryan Petersen 994-2952
Department Affiliation:
Assistant Professor of Art metalsmithing
Meetings:
Hayes Hall, Tuesday/Thursday 6pm,1 or more a month
Membership Requirements:
MSU students and alumni
Dues:
$5 entry fee
Keywords:
Metalsmithing, Jewelry, Art

Society for Biological Engineering MSU Chapter

Purpose:
The Society for Biological Engineering seeks to create a community of biological engineering students and those of similar majors to help find dynamic careers in the biological fields as well as participate in outreach to increase interest in STEM fields.
Club Email:
President:
Thayne Ekness 406-781-3368
Advisor:
Stephanie McCalla 406-994-2286
Department Affiliation:
Chemical and Biological Engineering
Meetings:
Keywords:
Biological, engineering, society

Society of Physics Students

Purpose:
The SPS chapter at MSU aims to build a community around physics by getting students involved and helping them succeed.
To achieve this goal, we organize social events, promote physics outreach and get people excited about physics.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Katherine Chamberlain 406-465-5814
Advisor:
Nicolas Yunes 406-994-6182
Department Affiliation:
Physics
Meetings:
Barnard Hall 2nd Floor Atrium, Fridays at 5
Keywords:
Physics, science, astronomy

Sociology Club

Purpose:
The mission of the Sociology Club is to increase awareness and exposure to sociological issues and concerns. The Sociology Club is open to all students, and strives to facilitate service, outreach, and professional development of its members.
Club Email:
President:
Kiana Regalado 406-839-6498
Advisor:
Cody Warner 406-994-4180
Department Affiliation:
Sociology & Anthropology
Meetings:
TBD
Keywords:
sociology, criminology, professional development

Student Printmakers Association of Montana (SPAM)

Purpose:
Our mission is to foster a community based on a common interest in the centuries old art of printmaking while utilizing the techniques in a contemporary context. The guild nurtures an environment to explore the art form, while involving their community through projects and fundraising. The students are given opportunities to attend conferences, set up shows and vote on speakers to help further their skills and knowledge in the printmaking field, as well as their future in the art world.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Melissa Dawn 406-579-9189
Advisor:
Gesine Janzen 406-994-3011
Department Affiliation:
School of Art
Meetings:
TBD
Keywords:
art, printmaking press

Technology Education Club

Purpose:
The mission of technology education is to promote learning in the field of technology. Through various activities incorporating developing technologies while encouraging students to use creative problem solving techniques. While fulfilling these goals TE club continues to interact with the community by assisting in a variety of philanthropy events. We hope to make a positive impact by fostering a love and understanding for technology.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Laramie McCullough 406-930-0437
Advisor:
Dr. Gilbert Kalonde 406-994-5775
Department Affiliation:
Education & Health and Human Development
Meetings:
Keywords:
Technology Education Club

The School of Film and Photography Network

Purpose:
The School of Film and Photography (SFP) Network serves two primary purposes. First and foremost, it serves as the representative body for undergraduate students enrolled in the SFP and acts as the voice of the students when working with departmental and college faculty and staff. The organization also acts as a resource for students in the program, providing networking sessions, guest speaker panels, gallery events, and screening nights for students enrolled in the program.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Kathryn Chapin 206-225-3869
Advisor:
Theo Lipfert 406-994-7588
Department Affiliation:
School of Film and Photography
Meetings:
Keywords:
film, photography, network

Undergraduate Chemistry Society (UCS)

Purpose:
Teach children in Bozeman and the surrounding area about the importance of science in all areas of life, and get everyone excited about chemistry and its principles.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Kat Wright 360-305-2137
Advisor:
Steven Holmgren 406-994-5393
Department Affiliation:
Chemistry and Biochemistry
Meetings:
Keywords:
Chemistry, Education, Science


Honorary Organizations

Alpha Epsilon Delta Montana Alpha Honors Society

Purpose:
The AED club at Montana State University – Bozeman is the MSU Chapter of the National AED Honor Society. The
goal is to provide guidance, advice, prospective, exposure, and opportunities to students in a preprofessional health program
with the goal of entering professional healthcare career. Weekly meetings are usually on Wednesday evenings and venue,
topics and guest speakers vary from week to week. In addition the AED club participates and puts on many events some
examples are: blood drives, Relay for Life team, Q&A sessions with current medical students, etc.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Heather Danzer 208-680-0813
Advisor:
Kathy Weaver 406-994-1670
Department Affiliation:
Health Professions
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
Membership is open to students currently enrolled in a health preprofessional curriculum. Please contact for more information.
Dues:
One time $75 National Fee and an annual $15 chapte
Keywords:
pre-medical honors society, health professions,

Alpha Lambda Delta

Purpose:
Alpha Lambda Delta is a national honor society that honors academic excellence during a student's first year in college. The purpose of the society is to encourage superior academic achievement among students in their first year in institutions of higher education, to promote intelligent living and a continued high standard of learning, and to assist women and men in recognizing as well as developing meaningful goals for their roles in society.
Club Email:
President:
Micaela Moreni 406-560-0200
Advisor:
Steven Swinford 406-994-5254
Department Affiliation:
Sociology and Anthropology
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
Was awarded a 3.5 GPA in their first college semester.
Keywords:
ALD, Honors Society, Academic

Alpha Zeta Montana Chapter

Purpose:
Alpha Zeta is an honorary, professional society for students in agriculture and natural resources fields. We promote fine fellowship, leadership, and scholarship in the College of Agriculture.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Taylor Brown 406-979-5511
Advisor:
Carl Igo 406-994-3693
Department Affiliation:
Agricultural Education
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
Must have completed at least one academic term as a full-time student in the College of Agriculture at Montana State University and have a 3.2 GPA
Dues:
1st year dues are $90 & $30 each subsequent year.
Keywords:
honors, agriculture, leadership

Beta Gamma Sigma

Purpose:
The Mission of Beta Gamma Sigma is to encourage and honor academic achievement in the study of business and personal and professional excellence in the practice of business in Jake Jabs College of Business and Entrepreneurship.
Club Email:
President:
Katya Peterson 406-438-5769
Advisor:
Chantelle Mahan 406-994-4438
Department Affiliation:
JJCBE
Meetings:
Keywords:
Business, Honors, Academic

Chi Epsilon

Purpose:
Chi Epsilon's mission is to maintain and promote the status of civil engineering as an ideal profession. Chi-Epsilon was organized to recognize the characteristics of the individual civil engineer deemed to be fundamental to the successful pursuit of an engineering career, and to aid in the development of those characteristics in the civil engineering student.
Club Email:
President:
Seth Siefken 208-206-7582
Advisor:
Steve Perkins 406-994-6119
Department Affiliation:
Civil Engineering
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
Top 1/3 of civil engineering juniors and seniors.
Dues:
~$70
Keywords:
Civil Engineering, Honor Society, Upper-Classmen, Ideal Profession

Chi Sigma Iota: Mu Tau Sigma

Purpose:
Our mission is to promote scholarship, research, professionalism, leadership, advocacy, and excellence in counseling, and to recognize high attainment in the pursuit of academic and clinical excellence in the profession of counseling.
Club Email:
President:
Emily Hilliard 406-262-4194
Advisor:
Cristen Wathen 406-994-3274
Department Affiliation:
Health and Human Development
Meetings:
3rd Tues. of the month 12:30pm Herrick Hall lounge
Membership Requirements:
GPA-3.5 or higher One 30 min- hour meeting once a month Student in the counseling Master's program
Dues:
$50 Membership $10 Dues $40 2nd year membership
Keywords:
counseling, Chi Sigma Iota, CSI

Kappa Delta Pi International Honor Society in Education

Purpose:
Kappa Delta Pi strives to sustain an honored community of diverse educators by promoting excellence and advancing scholarship, leadership, and service.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Stephanie White 406-697-6842
Advisor:
Joe Hicks 406-994-6753
Department Affiliation:
Education
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
Members must have completed 12 credits within the Education Department and hold a 3.5 GPA or higher for Undergraduate Students and a 3.75 GPA for Graduate Students.
Dues:
$10 local dues- $48 for 1 year / $83 for 2 years
Keywords:
education, honor, academic

Mortar Board (Phi Sigma Alpha Chapter)

Purpose:
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:
Hans P. Dierenfeldt 406-560-3162
Advisor:
Julie Clay 406-994-7808
Department Affiliation:
Information Technology Center
Meetings:
Sub Wednesdays at 5:30
Membership Requirements:
Members are vetted on three main categories, (Scholarship, Leadership, and Service). They must maintain a minimum of a 3.0 GPA, and consist of the top 30% of students; in addition to excelling in the categories listed above.
Dues:
$90 lifetime membership
Keywords:
Honor Society; Mortar Board; Leadership; Scholarship; Service

National Society of Collegiate Scholars

Purpose:
Bring a group of high achieving scholars together to grow academically.
Club Email:
President:
Hannah Erickson 770-519-7032
Advisor:
Dawn Major 406-994-3214
Department Affiliation:
Honors College
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
Minimum GPA 3.4
Dues:
$90 one time fee
Keywords:
Honor, Leadership, Service

National Society of Leadership and Success

Purpose:
The Society is an organization that helps people discover and achieve their goals. The Society offers life-changing lectures from the nation's leading presenters and a community where like-minded, success-oriented individuals come together and help one another succeed. The Society also serves as a powerful force of good in the greater community by encouraging and organizing action to better the world.
The guiding question we established to shape all the important decisions the organization makes is: "Are we helping the greatest number of people in the greatest way?" When asked how he might sum up the key thing that the Society does, founder Gary Tuerack shared, "We are dream supporters – we build leaders, support people in achieving their dreams, and better the world in the process. We get people to ask the all-important question, 'What would you do if you knew you couldn't fail?' and then help them to achieve those goals."
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Danielle Campanella (406) 697-2397
Advisor:
Stephanie Lindsay (509) 939-5433
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
By invitation only
Keywords:
Honor, Leadership, Society

Order of Omega

Purpose:
To recognize those fraternity men and women who have attained a high standard of leadership in inter-fraternal activities, to encourage them to continue along this line, and to inspire others to strive for similar conspicuous attainment;
To bring together outstanding fraternity men and women to create an organization that will help to mold the sentiment of the institution on questions of local and intercollegiate fraternity affairs;
To bring together members of the faculty, alumni, and student members of the institution's fraternities and sororities on a basis of mutual interest, understanding and helpfulness.
Club Email:
President:
Rachel Gunnink 406-570-5286
Advisor:
Erin Macdonald Peck 406-994-2826
Department Affiliation:
Dean of Students Office
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
Students must rank academically above all fraternity and sorority average (preferably a 3.3) and junior or senior standing
Dues:
Initiation Fee
Keywords:
Honor Society, Greek

Phi Alpha Theta

Purpose:
We are a professional society whose mission is to promote the study of history through the encouragement of research, good teaching, publication and the exchange of learning and ideas among historians. We seek to bring students and teachers together for intellectual and social exchanges, which promote and assist historical research and publication by our members in a variety of ways.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Kayla Olson 7012606480
Advisor:
Amanda Hendrix-Komoto (406) 994-5126
Department Affiliation:
History & Philosophy
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
12 completed undergrad history credits, GPA of 3.1
Dues:
National Phi Alpha Theta requires: a one-time memb
Keywords:
History, Historians, Service

Phi Upsilon Omicron

Purpose:
Mission Statement: 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.

Purpose:
1. Recognize and promote academic excellence;
2. Enhance qualities of leadership by providing opportunities for service; and
3. Encourage lifelong learning and commitment to advance family and consumer sciences related areas.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Sierra Smith 540-842-9901
Advisor:
Sandy Osborne 406-994-5007
Department Affiliation:
Health and Human Development
Meetings:
Every other Thursday evening.
Membership Requirements:
Must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher, must be majoring in family and consumer sciences or one of its related areas in an institution where a chapter is established. Must exhibit the potential for professional and community leadership.
Dues:
$65 lifetime fee.
Keywords:
honor society, consumer science, leadership

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:
Daniel Moore 406-599-9382
Advisor:
Erick Johnson 406-994-6163
Department Affiliation:
M&IE
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
Must be a Junior or Senior according to academic status with a declared major in Mechanical Engineering. Must be in the top 1/4 of Junior class or top 1/3 of Senior class according to GPA.
Dues:
$40.00 upon initiation.
Keywords:
mechanical, engineering, honorary


Recreational Organizations

Backcountry Club at MSU

Purpose:
Our mission is to create a safe fun learning environment for students of all skill levels to learn about backcountry skiing, snowboarding, or any kind of out of bounds sliding.

SAFETY, FUN, and FRIENDS
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Ian Nagel-Brice 303-718-2232
Advisor:
Matt Caires 406-994-2826
Department Affiliation:
Office of the Dean of Students
Meetings:
Generally one meeting each month.
Membership Requirements:
Bring your smiling face.
Dues:
N/A
Keywords:
Safety, Fun, Friends

Big Sky Flyers Quidditch

Purpose:
Come play the US quidditch association's muggle (non-magical) adaptation of quidditch, the sport played on broomsticks in the magical world of Harry Potter! No, we do not fly. There are other teams throughout the West who we play against, and Quid Cup takes place every year. For more information on muggle quidditch, visit usquidditch.org
Club Email:
President:
Kelby McCandless 509-990-5512
Advisor:
Cassi Miller 406-994-5583
Department Affiliation:
English
Meetings:
11th and Kagy fields- Sun. @4 Tues. @6 Thurs @2
Dues:
A yearly (academic year) due of $85.00
Keywords:
quidditch, sport, team

Bozeman Kickboxing Club

Purpose:
The Bozeman Kickboxing Club's mission is to provide a free and safe way for the students of MSU and the members of the
Bozeman community to learn and practice kickboxing, and to provide those who already kickbox a place to hone their skills
and practice sparring.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
John Landers 760-632-5502
Advisor:
Thomas Donovan 406-994-4110
Department Affiliation:
Honors College
Meetings:
Keywords:
kickboxing, martial arts, boxing

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Club

Purpose:
Our mission is to provide MSU students access to quality Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu training for the purposes of fitness, stress relief,
and self defense. We hold three classes per week for our members. We help people develop confidence that contributes to
their being successful academically as well as in later life. We also introduce them to a healthy lifestyle that they can continue
indefinitely after graduating MSU.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Spencer Sammons 406-209-4448
Advisor:
Brock LaMeres 406-994-5987
Meetings:
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday (8-10PM)
Dues:
$40 per semester
Keywords:
Brazilian, Jiu-Jitsu, Club

Crux Climbing Club

Purpose:
To provide a student climbing training community, in order to help students improve their rock climbing ability and test their abilities in local and regional climbing competitions. Please note that our clubs goals are distinct from the
existing climbing club Vert-I- Go, in that we focus on climbing competitions, and training for climbing competitions.
Club Email:
President:
Grace Peters 406-570-5827
Advisor:
Kevin Wildrick 406-994-3123
Department Affiliation:
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
Must have some climbing competition experience.
Dues:
$30
Keywords:
Competitive Climbing Club

Dance Club

Purpose:
We are a technique based dance club, specializing in ballet. Possibility of branching out into other dance styles, depending on interest.
Club Email:
President:
Brette Svenvold 406-939-4755
Advisor:
Nancy Colton 406-994-6339
Department Affiliation:
HHD
Meetings:
Keywords:
dance, ballet, performance, jazz, lyrical

Danza Latina

Purpose:
Our purpose is to promote Latin dancing and have as many people as possible dancing with us. We are looking to offer dance classes if requested and provide our members with opportunities to improve their dancing and social skills.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Yanwen Xu 406-580-7968
Advisor:
Deborah Chiolero 406-994-3601
Department Affiliation:
Office of International Programs
Meetings:
Keywords:
International, Latin, Hispanic, music, dance, Salsa, Bachata, Merengue, kizomba, pachanga, cha cha,

Driving Club at MSU

Purpose:
Our mission is to provide an opportunity for students to learn about horses in driving activities and to learn how to drive horses.
Club Email:
President:
Emma Shaffer 626-456-2681
Advisor:
Andrea Shockley 406-994-6878
Department Affiliation:
Animal and Range Sciences
Meetings:
Every Tuesday at 6pm
Dues:
$25 per semester
Keywords:
horses, wagon, driving, teamster

Fencing Club at MSU

Purpose:
The Fencing Club at MSU exists to give MSU students and community members of all skill levels the opportunity to participate in the sport of Olympic fencing. We teach beginners how to fence and provide fencing opportunities for those who already know how to fence.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Dani Huvaere 406-780-0955
Advisor:
Jestin Spannring 406-994-3963
Department Affiliation:
Information Technology Center
Meetings:
Monday and Thursdays, 6pm to 8pm in Romney Gym
Membership Requirements:
None
Dues:
$50/semester for student $100/semester for comm.
Keywords:
fencing, swords, USFA, olympic fencing, foil

Freeriders of MSU

Purpose:
To provide opportunity for local skiers and snowboarders to compete and engage in the alpine skiing community.
Club Email:
President:
Matthew Wood 303-565-6204
Advisor:
Scott Creel 406-994-7033
Department Affiliation:
Ecology
Meetings:
Keywords:
Freeskiing, Skiing, snowboarding

Montana Wilderness Association at MSU

Purpose:
Working with students to protect Montana's wilderness heritage, quiet beauty and outdoor traditions, now and for future generations through recreation and education in Montana's Wild places.
Club Email:
President:
Austin Wrem 208-412-9944
Advisor:
Albert Parker 406-994-5145
Department Affiliation:
CBE
Meetings:
Keywords:
wilderness, hiking, outdoors

MSU Flow Arts Club

Purpose:
The purpose of Flow Arts Club is to introduce MSU to an emerging art form that integrates dance along with creative exploration of movement through prop manipulation. Flow Arts is a meditation practice that blends play, exercise, and dance into a fun and healthy activity that moves the body, stills the mind, and uplifts the spirit. Flow Arts teaches patience and the ability to move in harmony with an inanimate object in a way that it becomes an animated extension of your body. Our ultimate goal is to bring together a diverse group of individuals who share an interest in learning new skills, are willing to explore and interact with the physical world, and are enthusiastic about learning to flow!
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Heather Ross 224-383-4617
Advisor:
Dr. Thomas Donovan 406-994-4110
Department Affiliation:
Honors College
Meetings:
Keywords:
Flow, Arts, Hooping

Outdoor Adventure Club

Purpose:
The Outdoor Adventure Club was established with the idea of bringing together like minded people with the goal of connecting with nature. We believe the Bozeman area has much to offer, and we as a club plan to take advantage of this great opportunity.
Club Email:
President:
Blake Wilson 406-890-1166
Advisor:
David Aderholdt 406-994-2617
Meetings:
Keywords:
Outdoor, Adventure, Nature

Swing/Country Dance Club

Purpose:
The Country Dance Club's goal is to put on a dance every Friday
night/meeting to allow for students and community members to
have a safe, fun-filled, tobacco free, alcohol free, and drug free
Friday night. It is also to teach, anyone who doesn't know how to
dance, how to do basic country swing dancing along with some
two-step, some waltz, a little polka and some line dances and
ultimately to appreciate the art of country swing dancing. Come out
and join us next Friday night!
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Jonathan Miller 541-786-3801
Advisor:
Kathleen Taylor 994-5475
Department Affiliation:
Facilities Services
Meetings:
Keywords:
swing dance, country dance, friday night dance

SwingCats

Purpose:
The SwingCats' mission is to dance, teach, and promote awareness of vintage swing dancing, specializing in all realms of Lindy Hop, Balboa, and Blues, to share and enjoy the music and culture, to provide a safe and fun environment for everyone to enjoy dance, and to continually pursue personal growth on the social dance floor.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Jonathan de Caussin 4065513068
Advisor:
Jacqueline Wilson 405990942
Department Affiliation:
WWAMI
Meetings:
Dancing every Saturday at 7:00pm
Keywords:
Swing, Dance, Lindy, Balboa, Vintage, Jazz, Social

Tabletop Brigade

Purpose:
To bring together MSU students in order to make new friendships, relax and have fun through the use of tabletop games.
Club Email:
President:
Gabriel Gilbertson 406-600-0990
Advisor:
Shelia Gilbertson 406-994-3537
Department Affiliation:
University Studies
Meetings:
Tuesdays 1-3Fridays 2-4 Saturday
Membership Requirements:
Be a good sport.
Keywords:
Games,Tabletop, Coup

Tactical Action Gaming

Purpose:
Our goal is to bring Montana State University students together for human interaction, physical challenge, and tactical game-play through a variety of events hosted throughout the year for the enjoyment of all the students on campus.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Dustin Smith 303-921-3225
Advisor:
Department Affiliation:
406-994-7667
Meetings:
SUB(room 236 or fireplace room) on Mondays at 5pm.
Keywords:
Tactical, Nerf, Zombies

Vert-I-Go Mountaineering Club

Purpose:
Our mission is to introduce and educate climbers of all levels about outdoor climbing and get stoked doing it.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Nathan Milanowski 616-422-0748
Advisor:
Scott Screel 406-994-7033
Department Affiliation:
Ecology
Meetings:
Wednesday 5:00pm MSU climbing gym
Membership Requirements:
Belay certified at spire, waiver, $20 club fee
Dues:
$20
Keywords:
climbing, outdoors, mountains

Women's Outdoor Adventure Club: Backcountry Squatters

Purpose:
We are devoted to promoting female involvement in the outdoor community.
Club Email:
President:
Caroline Kocha 262 210 3913
Advisor:
Teresa Greenwood 406-994-5936
Meetings:
Dues:
$10.00/year. Includes club pro deals, etc
Keywords:
outdoor, ski, sport


Religious/Spiritual

Athlete Bible Study

Purpose:
Glorifying God by being and making disciple. Geared towards MSU athletes, however, all are welcome.
Club Email:
President:
Dallas Shaw 406-548-5626
Advisor:
Durward Sobek 406-994-7140
Department Affiliation:
Mechanical & Industrial Engineering
Meetings:
Keywords:
athlete, bible, study, god, jesus, crosslife, grace, bible, church

Bozeman Montana Latter Day Saint Student Association

Purpose:
1) To encourage and support members of the LDSSA in achieving their academic goals and maintaining a balanced life while on campus.
2) To encourage members of the LDSSA to become an influence for good by participating in activities and service on campus and in the community.
3) To provide students with meaningful service opportunities and social and religious activities that are consistent with the LDSSA standards.
4) To promote traditional moral values.
The LDSSA is affiliated with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and Montana State University
Club Email:
President:
Rachael Scott 916-515-7271
Advisor:
Marc Giullian 406-994-1965
Department Affiliation:
Jake Jabs College of Business and Entrepreneurship
Meetings:
Keywords:
LDS, Mormon, Institute

Buddhists for World Peace

Purpose:
Introduce students to Nichiren Buddhism as practiced by SGI-USA and create activities that deepen faith and can be enjoyed by all members.
Club Email:
President:
Yu Hirano 408-540-9167
Advisor:
Rebecca Barney 406-994-5287
Department Affiliation:
Campus Planning Design & Construction
Meetings:
Keywords:
Nichiren Buddhism, Peace, SGI, Human Revolution

Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship

Purpose:
We are Chi Alpha (XA) Campus Ministry at Montana State University. We are a gathering of college students, here to serve Jesus, our university and its students. We have fun and learn to grow in our faith everyday!
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Anna Goodyear 925-586-7099
Advisor:
Martin Teintze 994-6515
Department Affiliation:
Chemistry & Biochemistry
Meetings:
Tuesday Nights at 7:55pm @ 1212 S 6th Ave
Keywords:
Christian, Bible Study, Fellowship

Collegians for Christ

Purpose:
Collegians for Christ is here to provide an opportunity for MSU students to grow in their walk with the Lord through the preaching and teaching of God’s Word. We also provide opportunities to serve in a New Testament local church while students are away from home and their church.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Jesse Vaccaro 406-925-2233
Advisor:
Jennifer Thomson 406-994-7434
Department Affiliation:
Animal and Range Sciences
Meetings:
Tuesdays at 7pm in Gaines 148
Keywords:
Baptist, Church, Collegians

Cru

Purpose:
You’ll spend 4 years ( or 7?) of your life in college … incredible friendships, crazy adventures, freedom…it’s awesome! We believe that life is all about relationships. We were created with a burning desire to be connected to others. We want to be known by others, yet still loved. We believe that all those longings for the ultimate life can be found in a living breathing relationship with Jesus Christ. We exist to connect students with Jesus and each other!
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Seth Hedge 406-539-7503
Advisor:
Charles Kankelborg 406-994-7853
Department Affiliation:
Physics
Meetings:
Every Wednesday evening at 8 PM at E-Free Chruch
Keywords:
Cru, Christian, Spiritual

Generation Ministries

Purpose:
At Generation Ministries our goal is to connect with students to - make the gospel known to every person, one person at a time; disciple committed followers of Jesus through relationships, one at a time; and live on mission in our campus, city, and world.
Club Email:
President:
Jessica Liner 406-544-9896
Advisor:
Qing Yang 406-994-3547
Department Affiliation:
Computer Science
Meetings:
Keywords:
Jesus, Community, Gospel

International Student Fellowship

Purpose:
To share Christ's love with international students.
We have dinners on the first and third Friday's of the month at the Bowman House. The address is 1710 Greek Way. The time of the dinners is 6:00 p.m.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Advisor:
Charles Kankelborg 406-994-7853
Meetings:
1st and 3rd Fridays at 6 at 1710 Greek Way
Keywords:
international students, fellowship

InterVarsity Christian Fellowship

Purpose:
The purpose of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship is to establish and advance at colleges and universities witnessing communities of students and faculty who follow Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord; growing in love for God, God's Word, God's people of every ethnicity and culture and God's purposes in the world.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Abigail Jensen 510-917-1453
Advisor:
Keith Fisher 406-994-6288
Department Affiliation:
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Meetings:
Animal Bio. Building Room 138, Thurs. @ 7:30pm
Keywords:
Christian, bible study, community, ministry, fellowship

Lutheran Campus Ministry

Purpose:
Lutheran Campus Ministry serves the university community of students, faculty, staff, and young adults in the Bozeman area--Lutheran and non-Lutheran alike. All are welcome! We strive to provide a safe setting for questions about God, life (in all of its messiness), and vocation. Through through worship, study, fellowship, and service LCM seeks to encourage faith on and beyond campus.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Jocelyn Gates 406-438-5227
Advisor:
John Sheppard 406-994-4835
Department Affiliation:
Gianforte School of Computing
Meetings:
SUB Dining Hall, Thursdays 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Keywords:
Christian, faith, fellowship

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:
Seth Siefken 208-206-7582
Advisor:
Paul Nugent 406-994-7196
Department Affiliation:
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Meetings:
Tuesdays at 7pm, Usually Sub Room #236
Keywords:
Bible Study, Lutheran, religious, church, Christian

MERGE

Purpose:
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 their God, themselves and each other better.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Alan Newbold 509-301-4051
Advisor:
Julia Cory Slovarp 406-570-2261
Department Affiliation:
Music
Meetings:
Friday evenings at 6:00 pm locations vary.
Keywords:
spirituality, community, connection, Christian

Nations

Purpose:
Nations is a campus movement of Native American students and faculty that embrace and honor First Nations people while recognizing that there is one true Creator who desires to restore what has been lost by placing his Son Jesus Christ at the center of Native life and culture.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Maggie Yazzie 406-208-3101
Advisor:
Lisa Perry 406-994-7684
Department Affiliation:
Caring for Our Own Program/College of Nursing
Meetings:
Mon. 6:30p.m. in the American Indian Council Room
Membership Requirements:
none
Dues:
none
Keywords:
Native, American, Nations

PresbyCats

Purpose:
To provide a place of spiritual nurturing through fellowship, service and the study of lessons found in the Bible.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Alex Schoonen 208-351-4050
Advisor:
Deborah C. Haynes 406-994-3244
Department Affiliation:
Department Head, Health and Human Development
Meetings:
Sundays- First Presbyterian Church 11:45am-1:00pm
Keywords:
Free Food, Bible Study, Christian

Resurrection Catholic Campus Ministry (RCCM)

Purpose:
Resurrection Catholic Campus Ministry (RCCM) serves the students of Montana State University by giving witness and providing support to sustain the whole Catholic person. We provide an environment of fellowship and opportunities for students to live and be an example of the living Christ. Through our Catholic tradition, we promote nurturing faith and opening the hearts of our members to hear God's message. All are Welcome!
Club Email:
Website:
President:
James Dilts 406-371-1669
Advisor:
MaryShaun Mize 406-994-3499
Department Affiliation:
Athletics
Meetings:
Monday Evenings 7:45pm @ Resurrection Parish
Keywords:
Catholic, Campus, Ministry

Tuesday Nights Together: Methodist Campus Ministry

Purpose:
Building a community of students to talk about faith, to fellowship together, meet new friends,and serve the community.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Molly Kisthart 406-223-4485
Advisor:
David Dickensheets 406-994-7874
Department Affiliation:
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Meetings:
Every Tuesday Night 6pm-8pm
Keywords:
ministry, Methodist, fellowship

Young Life College

Purpose:
Regardless of a students’ religious background or lack there of, Young Life College offers a fun, accepting community to be a part of while exploring or deepening their faith in Jesus.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Lance Ireland Not Available
Advisor:
Kimberly Hartman 406-994-3284
Department Affiliation:
Health and Human Development
Meetings:
Tuesday Nights at 8:18 PM
Keywords:
Christian, community, fun


Special Interest Organizations

ACDA Student Group

Purpose:
The ACDA Student Chapter at MSU is an affiliate of the American Choral Directors Association; a professional organization of choral musicians in North America. Its purpose is to help members prepare for professional success as choral music educators and choral singers. Our chapter works to foster the development of choral singing at MSU and promote the development and organization of choral groups at MSU, including sponsorship of the Madrigal Dinner and the MSU Chorale European Tours.
Club Email:
President:
Daniel Chausse 406-599-7965
Advisor:
Kirk Aamot 406-994-5755
Department Affiliation:
School of Music
Meetings:
Thursdays, 11am, Howard Hall
Keywords:
Choral, Music, Conducting

American Indian Science and Engineering Society

Purpose:
The American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) is a national organization that is dedicated to increasing minorities such as Native Americans, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians, and other indigenous peoples of North America in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) majors and careers. The specific mission of the MSU chapter of AISES is to increase and support the Native American population attending MSU in STEM majors. One of our priorities is to have a support system for those Native students that are attending MSU because many struggle with their difficult majors. Since the members of AISES-MSU are in similar majors and have taken many of the same classes, we are able to help each other and create an amazing peer support system. Another thing the club does is local outreach events for kids. Overall, this club is about inspiring Native students to be in STEM and then providing support for those students in STEM.
Club Email:
President:
Lauren Dupuis 406-253-5750
Advisor:
Julian Collins 406-994-7480
Meetings:
Keywords:
Native, outreach, engineering

Anime Club

Purpose:
To bring together fans of Japanese and International Animation on campus and enjoy aspects of contemporary animation and culture.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Karl Ohaus 860-395-9343
Advisor:
Peter Tillack 406-994-4991
Department Affiliation:
MLL
Meetings:
Thursdays 6-9pm
Keywords:
Anime, Animation, Japan

Aoide Chamber Singers

Purpose:
With performances described as “the best choral singing we’ve ever heard in Bozeman (or almost anywhere),” the Aoide Chamber Singers have established themselves as one of Montana’s leading vocal ensembles.Aoide is a dedicated advocate for contemporary composers, with an overwhelming majority of their repertoire encompassing the last decade of choral writing, although their performances routinely range from hauntingly passionate works of the Renaissance and Medieval chant through contemporary choral masterpieces.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Andrew John Major 406-686-3536
Advisor:
Ilse-Mari Lee 406-994-4110
Department Affiliation:
Honors College
Meetings:
Mon-Wed-Fri 4-5:30 Romney Dance Studio (ROMH 304)
Membership Requirements:
Successful Audition
Keywords:
Choir, Singing, Music

Big Sky Volunteer Ski Patrol Club

Purpose:
Create an on campus community for current student ski patrollers and provide opportunities for students who would like to become new patrollers.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Matthew Johnson 406-580-9314
Advisor:
Jerry Johnson 406-994-5164
Department Affiliation:
Prof Political Sci
Meetings:
Keywords:
Skiing, medical, Big Sky

Bozo Trout Bums

Purpose:
To increase involvement from students, staff, and the community in the education, protection, and restoration of our local watersheds. And catch some trout in the meantime.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Jake Walbridge (269)547-7772
Advisor:
Miles Notle 406-994-3768
Meetings:
Outside the procrastinator on Wednesdays at 6
Keywords:
Fishing, trout, fly tying

Collegiate CattleWomen

Purpose:
Our goals include public education and promotion of the business of agriculture.The club also assists the Montana CattleWomen and the Montana Beef Council in their efforts to promote the beef industry.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Caroline Wild 207-837-2841
Advisor:
Jane Boles 406-994-7352
Department Affiliation:
Animal and Range Sciences
Meetings:
1st and 3rd Tues each month at 6:30 in Animal Bio.
Dues:
$15/year
Keywords:
cattle, women, ranching, beef, agriculture

Collegiate FFA

Purpose:
Collegiate FFA enhances the collegiate experience through service and engagement to create premier leaders, enable personal growth and ensure career success.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Neela Andres 406-274-0098
Advisor:
Tracy Dougher 406-994-6772
Department Affiliation:
Agricultural Education
Meetings:
1st & 3rd Wednesdays at 6:00 in Linfield 243
Dues:
TBD
Keywords:
Agriculture, FFA, Leadership

Collegiate Stockgrowers

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
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Amanda Williams 406-853-5282
Advisor:
Rachel Endecott 406-994-3747
Department Affiliation:
Animal & Range Sciences
Meetings:
2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month at 6:00 p.m.
Dues:
$30
Keywords:
Stockgrowers, ranching, cattle

Collegiate Young Farmers and 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:
Chris Hereim 406-780-0294
Advisor:
Anton Bekkerman 406-994-3032
Department Affiliation:
Agricultural Economics and Economics
Meetings:
Montana Farm Bureau, 1st and 3rd Thursdays 5:15pm
Dues:
$10/semester $20/year
Keywords:
agriculture, leadership, advocate, young farmers and ranchers, farm bureau

Creative Writing Club

Purpose:
We provide a place to go each week to develop as writers through intellectual discussions and writing activities with other young authors.
Club Email:
President:
Carrie Durnell 719-452-0532
Advisor:
Dr. Zachary Bean 406-994-5192
Department Affiliation:
English Department
Meetings:
Friday 4:30pm, SUB 168
Keywords:
writing, fiction, books

Ducks Unlimited

Purpose:
Ducks Unlimited conserves, restores, and manages wetlands and associated habitats for North America's waterfowl. These habitats also benefit other wildlife and people.
Club Email:
President:
Nicholas Wurden 425-213-7779
Advisor:
Sarah Deaton 406-994-7743
Department Affiliation:
Registrar's Office
Meetings:
Keywords:
hunting, waterfowl, skeet, trap, duck , ducks, unlimited, conservation

European Martial Arts Project

Purpose:
Our Mission is to Study European Martial Arts by examining the manuals the masters wrote during the 1400-1700.
Club Email:
President:
Advisor:
Brett L. Walker 406-994-4395
Department Affiliation:
History & Philosophy
Meetings:
Wednesday 6:10-8 and Friday 6:10-8
Keywords:
martial art, european, HEMA, ARMA, sword, longsword, arming, shield, spear, fight, fighting, practice

Food Resource Council

Purpose:
The mission of the Food Resource Council is to evaluate needs and create solutions related to food access and food waste on the MSU campus to ensure that MSU is a leader in stewardship of its community and environment.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Kelly Kjorlien 218-259-2808
Advisor:
Mary Stein 406-994-4142
Department Affiliation:
Health and Human Development, students from other departments are most welcome
Meetings:
Keywords:
campus food pantry, campus food waste, campus food insecurity, sustainability

Friends of Local Foods

Purpose:
To engage MSU students in local food issues by promoting education, awareness, and action in areas such as food security, sustainability, nutrition, and food systems. We aim to bring together students and community members from diverse backgrounds, areas of study, and passions to bring innovative and practical solutions to local food issues on campus and within the community. Find us on facebook for updated meeting times and current projects.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Dylan Fishman 847-409-5567
Advisor:
Macdonald Burgess 406-994-3510
Department Affiliation:
Plant Science Plant Pathology
Meetings:
Thursdays @ 5:15 2nd floor of the Plant Growth Ctr
Keywords:
food, farming, local

Hivemind

Purpose:
We try to provide an environment for students to enjoy console and computer games for playing them with others through social media and LAN parties.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
John Will Hoover 505-917-8226
Advisor:
Lee Dowdle 406-994-3931
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
Current MSU Student
Dues:
Free to join, $5 tournament fees
Keywords:
gaming, LAN, console, Lol, smash

Horizon

Purpose:
We strive to build inventions as well as apps to assist those on campus.
Club Email:
President:
Savai Toler 406-223-2718
Advisor:
David Atherton 406-994-1797
Department Affiliation:
Spectrum Lab
Meetings:
Fridays
Keywords:
invention, horizon, apps

MakerCAT

Purpose:
The MakerCAT club mission is to provide students with a place and time to work on personal projects and club projects. We wish to inspire other people on campus to make stuff and teach them how to use the tools necessary to complete projects.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Kendall Flemmer 719-406-4261
Advisor:
Amanda Rutherford 406-994-6624
Department Affiliation:
College of Engineering
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
For exclusive MakerCAT access hours to the Makerspace, a membership fee is required. There is also a safety training that must be completed in order to use the power tools in the Makerspace.
Dues:
There will be a fee for exclusive hours. That cost
Keywords:
Making, Workshop, Projects

Model United Nations Student Club at MSU

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:
Website:
President:
Sarah Rawlins 406-209-5174
Advisor:
Eric Raile 406-994-5239
Department Affiliation:
Political Science
Meetings:
Wednesdays at 7:00 pm in Wilson 1-138
Keywords:
debate, international relations, competition

Montana Advocates for Sexual Health

Purpose:
To provide MSU students with a sex positive message regarding sexual health and sexual orientation.
Club Email:
President:
Tanner Muggli 406-951-0522
Advisor:
Hannah Wilson 406-994-3803
Department Affiliation:
Psychology
Meetings:
Keywords:
Sexual, Health, Advocacy

Montana Breakdance Club

Purpose:
To teach and expand knowledge the world of Breakdancing.
Club Email:
President:
Daniel Moore 406-599-9382
Advisor:
Amanda Blaker 406-994-7166
Department Affiliation:
Gallatin College
Meetings:
1:00-3:00 PM M-W-F in the Romney Dance Studio
Keywords:
Breakdance, breakdancing, dance, montana, bboy, bgirl

Music in Montana

Purpose:
To sponsor musical activities for young people in the Gallatin Valley. Specifically to organize and support the Montana State University Youth Chorale. To sponsor musical activities that use the resources of Montana State University to improve the lives of young people (pre-college age) in Montana.
Club Email:
President:
Chase Breitbach 974-3483
Advisor:
Kirk Aamot (406) 994-5755
Department Affiliation:
School of Music
Meetings:
Sundays, 4:30 - 6:00
Keywords:
youth, choir, music

Not In Our House Taskforce

Purpose:
The Not in Our House Taskforce is dedicated to raising awareness of domestic violence and sexual assault on campus and providing education to student organizations on bystander intervention and ways to stand up against violence.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Katie Goodnough 406-4714394
Advisor:
Alanna Sherstad 406-994-7142
Department Affiliation:
VOICE Center, Division of Student Success
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
Sending a representative to each meeting, participating in a VOICE center education training once a year, making a personalized commitment to standing up against violence within their organization, participating in NIOH fundraising/ awareness events.
Keywords:
Bystander intervention, support, awareness

NoTS Club

Purpose:
This is a club for the non-traditional student. This is an academic as well as a social club. The purpose is to bring together non-traditional students to create networking and help each other in all facets of this college experience.
Club Email:
President:
Keith Fuge 406-548-5066
Advisor:
Deb Blanchard 994-6434
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
You must be registered as a non-traditional student currently enrolled at MSU. Please contact club if you have question on requirements
Keywords:
Non-traditional, student, social, club, life, networking, veteran, parent

Painting & Drawing Guild

Purpose:
Our goal is to create a communitiy to promote individual artistic growth amongst peers with similar interests in painting and drawing. The guild gives artists the opportunity to explore their skills, passions, and artistic style and become more involved in the local Bozeman Community. Students from any and all skill levels and colleges are encouraged to join!
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Elise Perpignano 406-431-5973
Advisor:
Sara Mast 406-994-3890
Department Affiliation:
School of Art
Meetings:
Wednesday at 6:00 PM Haynes Room 248
Keywords:
art, painting, drawing, creative, artistic, fun

Pow Wow Basketball Club

Purpose:
To provide leadership opportunities through event coordination, fundraising, collaboration, team building skills, networking for members and to diversify the annual MSU AIC Pow Wow by offering an alternative, healthy and fun activity through competition and volunteering with a cultural component.
Club Email:
President:
Rae Birdhat Howe 406-670-0365
Advisor:
Rita Sand 406-994-3334
Department Affiliation:
Native American Studies
Meetings:
Regular meetings will begin in November in Wilson
Membership Requirements:
General interest in basketball, Pow Wows, event coordination and must be available during the annual MSU Pow Wow on the 2nd weekend of April.
Keywords:
Pow Wow, Basketball, Rez Ball

Rhapsody A Cappella

Purpose:
Rhapsody is a mixed acapella group that seeks to provide a unique musical experience to the student body and community alike. Rhapsody is a group made up of full time students that dedicate 3 hours a week to learning music and improving their musical abilities. Rhapsody provides a free of charge concert every semester and frequently partners with other community groups in Bozeman and around the state. In addition to our concerts we also perform once a month in the MSU SUB.
Club Email:
President:
Robert Nack 206-795-4305
Advisor:
Brian Kassar 406-994-4531
Department Affiliation:
Counseling & Psychological Services
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
Qualify through an audition proccess
Dues:
$10 annually
Keywords:
acappella, rhapsody, a cappella

Rocketry Club at MSU

Purpose:
MSU Rocketry is a club designed to allow students with prior knowledge of rocketry and those who have none to expand their interest. Our goal eventually will be to supply students with all necessary equipment for launching their rockets. Besides expanding everyone's skills, it is also a great way to meet like minded individuals.
Club Email:
President:
Carter McIver 845-489-5522
Advisor:
Megkian Doyle 406-994-7489
Meetings:
Keywords:
Rocketry, Rockets, Community

SAE Automotive Interest Club

Purpose:
The mission of SAE Automotive Interest Club is to build competitive racing vehicles through adherence to sound engineering philosophies, ethical business practices, and disciplined creative input.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Justin Lee 307-231-9041
Advisor:
Robb Larson 406-994-6420
Department Affiliation:
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Dept.
Meetings:
Monday Night at 6PM in Roberts Hall RM 218.
Dues:
$20
Keywords:
racing, motorsports, baja, formula, SAE, go carts

Science and Natural History Filmmaking Forum

Purpose:
The Science and Natural History Filmmaking Forum is a club for the graduate students in the Science and Natural History Filmmaking MFA Program. Students in the club are the producers of Element Film Festival, a annual film festival that showcases student documentary films from MSU and around the world.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Sarah Lanier 208-301-8354
Advisor:
Dennis Aig 406-994-6216
Department Affiliation:
School of Film and Photography
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
Must be a member of the Science and Natural History Filmmaking MFA program on campus.
Keywords:
documentary, film festival, film

Shire of Silver Keep, SCA Inc.

Purpose:
The Society for Creative Anachronism is an international organization dedicated to researching and re-creating the arts and skills of pre-17th-century Europe. Our “Known World” consists of 20 kingdoms, with over 30,000 members residing in countries around the world. Members, dressed in clothing of the Middle Ages and Renaissance, attend events which feature tournaments, royal courts, feasts, dancing, various classes & workshops, and more.
Club Email:
President:
Paola Paterlini 406-241-2223
Advisor:
Sean Peterson 406-994-7998
Meetings:
Keywords:
SCA, shire of silver keep, rapier, fencing, society for creative anachronisms, medieval, educational, historical, reenactment

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:
Cooper Bowen 360-271-7266
Advisor:
Mike Wittie 406-994-3541
Department Affiliation:
Gianforte School of Computing
Meetings:
Keywords:
Super Smash Brothers, Video Games, Melee, Project M, Smash 4

Something Funny! Improv

Purpose:
We are the Improv team on campus, and we are open to the public! Anyone can come and try out Improv, both short and long form. We also have a rotating troupe of 5 members that play in our twice-monthly shows in the procrastinator theater.
Club Email:
President:
Alex Tita 949-413-8076
Advisor:
Cara Wilder 406-994-5885
Department Affiliation:
School of Film and Photo
Meetings:
Keywords:
Improv, Comedy, Performance

Spurs & Fangs Student Alumni Association

Purpose:
We want to enhance your collegiate experience by providing opportunities that will strengthen your loyalty to MSU and uphold Bobcat spirit and traditions!The purpose of the Montana State University Spurs & Fangs Student Alumni Association is to uphold Bobcat Spirit and Tradition, instill “vim” into our student bobcats, preserve loyalty to our institution, and facilitate interactions between students, staff, faculty, and alumni.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Taylor Brown 406-979-5511
Advisor:
Natalie Michajla 406-994-5464
Department Affiliation:
Alumni Relations- Alumni Foundation
Meetings:
eetings will take place 1-2 times per month.
Membership Requirements:
Students must be supportive of the mission statement at the Alumni Foundation and Montana State University.
Dues:
$20 per year or $60 for a 4-year membership
Keywords:
spurs & fangs, student alumni association, montana state

Student Montana Educators Association

Purpose:
We are a group for ALL educators: elementary-secondary, and all areas of concentration.

Our group members are:
•a non-profit organization.
•Students preparing and advancing their skills to become exceptional future teachers.
•Focus on professional development.
•Community service/outreach oriented
•Advocating for public education through political awareness
•Being a professional representative for the Education Department at MSU

As a student organization of MEA-MFT, our mission is to:
•help prepare and advance the skills of future teachers and build our professional development
•cooperate together with other students and organizations in the Education Department
•further our education as future teachers
•represent the Education Department at MSU in a professional manner
•advocate for public education and provide awareness of schools and students who are in need of assistance
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Erin Steorts (406) 579-1657
Advisor:
Joyce Herbeck 994-5792
Department Affiliation:
Associate Professor, Department of Education
Meetings:
2 a month, every other Tuesday @ 6:00pm Ried Hall
Dues:
No fees to join, optional to pay the MEA-MFT fee
Keywords:
education, development, opportunity

Sustainability Now

Purpose:
SNow advocates for sustainability on the MSU campus and in the local community. As proponents of long winters and healthy ecosystems, we believe that MSU has a responsibility to decrease its greenhouse gas emissions and environmental impact. SNow provides opportunities for students to get involved in sustainable initiatives, educates students concerning current campus sustainability efforts, and promotes the power of student voice to make real change in both our scholastic and governmental administrations.
Club Email:
President:
Mathew Bain 859-644-0600
Advisor:
Kristin Blackler 406-994-6825
Department Affiliation:
Office of Sustainability
Meetings:
2nd Wed. and 4th Tues. of the month at 5pm
Keywords:
Sustainability, Volunteer, Environment, Recycling, 1000 New Gardens, Composting, Local Food, SNow

Sustained Dialogue

Purpose:
The mission of Sustained Dialogue is to provide opportunities for cross-cultural dialogue about the influence of gender, race, ethnicity, class, religion, sexual orientation, ability, and age on student experiences and campus community relations. Sustained Dialogue seeks to empower students to address -- through dialogue and social action -- the root causes of identity-related conflicts by creating spaces in which students develop a deeper understanding of their peers, share their own experiences, and learn how to create positive social change.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Jerico Cummings 605-939-5613
Advisor:
Ariel Donohue 994-5801
Department Affiliation:
Diversity Awarenss Office
Meetings:
Keywords:
dialogue, social justice, leadership, identity

Tabletop RPG Club

Purpose:
We create an inclusive place where people can come to play RPGs. Whether you're new to them or an experienced player, or whether you're socially awkward or a social butterfly, everyone is welcome to come and share in an adventure!
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Nikolai Serra 970-275-5627
Advisor:
Katelyn Thornton 406-994-7635
Department Affiliation:
Land Resources and Environmental Sciences
Meetings:
SUB, Wednesdays 6-10pm
Dues:
$15 for annual activities. Wed. nights- Free
Keywords:
rgp, d&d, dnd, tabletop

Tactician Club

Purpose:
Develop confident and capable leaders of the future through the participation of extra-curricular activities. To provide leadership development opportunities for students participating in Army ROTC through tactical training and competitive learning experiences during extracurricular activities.
Club Email:
President:
Easton Albert 406-240-9999
Advisor:
Mike Byrne 406-930-0584
Department Affiliation:
Dept Military Science
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
Registered in ROTC and in academic good standing
Keywords:
Army, Shooting, tactics

The Boys and Girls Club of America Interest Group

Purpose:
The Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity engages men of integrity, further develops their intellect and enhances community involvement. With a legacy built on acceptance and trust, each brother realizes his highest potential through a lifelong experience of service and excellence. The Boys and Girls Club of America is the official philanthropy of Phi Kappa Psi
Club Email:
President:
Sam Collins 916-388-4346
Advisor:
Mariel Small 406-994-4708
Department Affiliation:
Phi Kappa Psi
Meetings:
Keywords:
MSU Fraternity, Phi Kappa Psi, Boys and Girls Club of America

Topological Data Analysis Club at MSU

Purpose:
To discuss concepts, topics, academic papers and applications of Topological Data Analysis.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Sawyer Payne 406-422-6061
Advisor:
Brittany Terese Fasy (406) 994-4804
Department Affiliation:
Computer Science
Meetings:
4:10 in Roberts Hall 218 Every Wednesday.
Membership Requirements:
Interest in Topology
Keywords:
Computers, Topology, Math


Self-Help Organizations

Active Minds

Purpose:
Bring awareness to mental wellness on campus through awareness campaigns.
Club Email:
President:
Bodie Schieffer 406-260-6760
Advisor:
Brian Kassar 406-994-4531
Department Affiliation:
CPS
Meetings:
Bi-weekly on Wednesday at 5 pm
Keywords:
Health, Wellness, Active Minds

We Are Not Saints group of Alcoholics Anonymous

Purpose:
This group provides support to AA members on campus through weekly meetings, and, as an open meeting, provides information to nonmembers regarding AA and alcoholism.
Club Email:
President:
Advisor:
Rick Winking 406-994-4531
Meetings:
Wed/Fri 12-1pm
Keywords:
Alcoholism, Addiction, Recovery

Recovering Students at MSU

Purpose:
Recovering Students is an MSU student organization that seeks to promote wellness on campus by providing sober events, fellowship, wellness mentoring, and other resources to students in recovery from alcoholism, drug, and gambling addictions, eating disorders, and mental health disorders.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Grace Anderson 406-850-0474
Advisor:
Rick Winking 406-994-5937
Department Affiliation:
Student Health Service
Meetings:
Keywords:
recovery, addiction, sobriety


Fraternities

Alpha Gamma Rho

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:
Brant Marsh 406-596-2111
Advisor:
Ronald A. Ramsfield 406-600-4257
Department Affiliation:
Plant Science Plant Pathology
Meetings:
Monday at 5:30 PM, 1707 Greek Way (AGR House)
Keywords:
fraternity, agriculture fraternity, bozeman

Kappa Sigma

Purpose:
To create better gentlemen and students through membership and to give back to the community and the school the best we can.
Club Email:
President:
Timothy Benson Jr 2183980512
Advisor:
Cassi Miller 406-994-3768
Department Affiliation:
English
Meetings:
Monday at 6pm
Keywords:
Kappa Sigma, fraternity, Greek

Pi Kappa Alpha

Purpose:
Pi Kappa Alpha is dedicated to developing men of integrity, intellect, and high moral character and to fostering a truly lifelong fraternal experience.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Joe Roback 505-500-5230
Advisor:
Anders D. Groseth 406-994-4453
Department Affiliation:
Office of Admissions
Meetings:
Keywords:
Fraternity

Sigma Alpha Epsilon

Purpose:
Sigma Alpha Epsilon is a fraternal organization dedicated to the promotion of true brotherhood and the formation of lasting bonds. We follow the ideals set out by our creed, The True Gentleman. Sigma Alpha Epsilon is here to create paragons for our future society by emphasizing philanthropic deeds and personal development. Any and all men wishing to make a difference in an organization they can call their own should seriously consider joining Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
Club Email:
President:
Barry O'Brien (415) 5727684
Advisor:
Colin Moravec (406) 994-5588
Department Affiliation:
Office of International Programs
Meetings:
Keywords:
Fraternity, Brotherhood, Greek

Sigma Chi Fraternity

Purpose:
The fundamental purpose of the Sigma Chi Fraternity is the cultivation, maintenance and accomplishment of the ideals of friendship, justice and learning within its membership. Our mission is to develop values-based leaders committed to the betterment of character, campus and community.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Blake Bowman 406-396-2501
Advisor:
Rick Jackson 406-994-6984
Department Affiliation:
Testing Services
Meetings:
Sigma Chi Fraternity, Mondays at 6pm
Membership Requirements:
3.0 HS GPA, 2.5 college GPA, Meet the requirements of the Jordan Standard.
Keywords:
Sigma Chi Fraternity

Sigma Nu Fraternity- Zeta Nu Chapter

Purpose:
To develop outstanding gentlemen in the Montana State University campus and to be recognized for our efforts in the community.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Micheal Ritchie 510-384-0474
Advisor:
Glen Steinhoff 406-994-3442
Department Affiliation:
Facilities Services
Meetings:
Sundays at 6:00pm
Membership Requirements:
2.75 GPA and must be active in another club on campus
Dues:
Fraternal dues vary each semester.
Keywords:
Fraternity, volunteering, Sigma Nu

Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity

Purpose:
Through a Sound Mind and Sound Body, SigEp is Building Balanced Men to help and strengthen the MSU and greater Bozeman Community.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Dayton Cooney 970-203-5752
Advisor:
Brian Kassar 994-4531
Meetings:
SigEp Lodge, Mondays at 6:30pm
Membership Requirements:
Male, 2.8 GPA (college), 3.0 (HS), and leadership potential. Current MSU student. A desire to live the values of virtue, diligence, and brotherly love.
Dues:
$425
Keywords:
Greek, Fraternity, SigEp


Student Government

Associated Students of Montana State University (ASMSU)

Purpose:
ASMSU is the student government association servings as the elected voice of the students of MSU-Bozeman. Through responsible management of student fees, ASMSU provides many different engagement and employment opportunities for students at Montana State.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Garrett Leach asmsupres@montana.ed
Advisor:
Marianne Brough 406-994-2933
Meetings:
Thursdays at 6pm
Keywords:
Student government, senate, student voice


Social/Political Organizations

Club Marx

Purpose:
Karl Marx Klub is dedicated to the study of Karl Marx's writings as a tool for interpreting the modern world and the problems it faces. The sole aim of this student organization is to explore these philosophical theories in detail, and discuss their impacts on philosophy, economics, and human society as a whole. Regardless of our members' individual political beliefs and the exclusion of Karl Marx from the majority of academic studies in America, we aim to show how useful his theories are in explaining the current sociopolitical situation.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Betheney Kushner 406-548-7090
Advisor:
Rollin Beamish 614-448-7220
Department Affiliation:
School of Art
Meetings:
Thursdays, 6PM (Outside Procrastinator Theater)
Membership Requirements:
Willingness to read and discuss primary and secondary texts related to Karl Marx determined once weekly, chosen by the members. Tolerance of all political beliefs is a requirement for members to encourage positive dialogue, debate, and comradeship.
Dues:
No member dues at this time.
Keywords:
Karl Marx, Philosophy, Reading Group

College Democrats of Montana State University

Purpose:
Get MSU students involved in politics local and state, learn about the democratic process, and have the opportunity to meet local community and political leaders.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Stephen (Alex) Lei 971-221-8747
Advisor:
Cara Wilder 406-994-5883
Department Affiliation:
School of Film and Photo
Meetings:
Tuesdays, Fireplace Room, SUB
Keywords:
democrats, politics, social

College Libertarians

Purpose:
The College Libertarians of Montana State University are dedicated to informing the public about the Libertarian Party, promoting political activism, and supporting liberty and freedom in the community.
Club Email:
President:
Riley Coffman 360-949-2000
Advisor:
Sylvia S. Sparkman 406-994-2600
Department Affiliation:
Information Technology Center
Meetings:
SUB Cafeteria, Tuesdays at 6 pm
Keywords:
libertarian, political, activism

College Republicans

Purpose:
A political entity to serve and educate students attending Montana State University, Bozeman, for the promotion of conservative thought and ideas, for the mutual benefit and the advancement of the Republican party.
Club Email:
President:
Justin Hodges 269-873-7578
Advisor:
Daniel A. Miller 406-994-2203
Department Affiliation:
Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Meetings:
Wednesdays at 5PM in the SUB
Keywords:
Republican, Political, Conservative, Politics, Right

F-Word

Purpose:
The F-Word is MSU's open dialogue feminist group. We discuss social issues such as gender equality, workplace equality, sexualization in media, rape culture, women of color, reproductive justice, gender roles, and much more! Open to all!
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Frances Ambrose 615-772-4905
Advisor:
Betsy Danforth 406-994-3836
Department Affiliation:
Women's Center
Meetings:
Tuesdays at 7PM in SUB room 235
Keywords:
feminism, equality, equal rights, pro-choice

Our Revolution

Purpose:
We will follow the platform and lead of the Our Revolution national movement, including their mission statement: "Our Revolution will reclaim democracy for the working people of our country by harnessing the transformative energy of the “political revolution.” Through supporting a new generation of progressive leaders, empowering millions to fight for progressive change and elevating the political consciousness, Our Revolution will transform American politics to make our political and economic systems once again responsive to the needs of working families.

Our Revolution has three intertwined goals: to revitalize American democracy, empower progressive leaders and elevate the political consciousness."
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Holly Wilson 925-640-8268
Advisor:
Holly Grether 406-579-4235
Department Affiliation:
History and CLS
Meetings:
Keywords:
Bernie Sanders, Our revolution, political action

Students for Choice

Purpose:
MSU Students for Choice is an organization designed to address issues of reproductive freedom for women and men on the MSU campus and in the surrounding community. It provides students with a safe space and forum to talk about reproductive choice. Students for Choice is geared towards educating the campus and community about what reproductive choice truly is as well as the legislative implications of denying individuals the right to self-determination.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Frances Ambrose 615-772-4904
Advisor:
Betsy Danforth 406-994-3836
Department Affiliation:
Women's Center
Meetings:
Keywords:
pro-choice, choice, abortion, women's health

Students for Life at MSU

Purpose:
To peacefully promote and protect the dignity of human life from conception to natural death through education and events on campus and in the community, and by providing support for the mother, the father, and the child in an unplanned pregnancy.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Lindsay Langhals 419-890-9302
Advisor:
Bernadine Warwood 406-994-4705
Department Affiliation:
MIcrobiology & Immunology
Meetings:
SUB conference rooms, every other Monday 6:15pm
Membership Requirements:
A desire to promote life from conception to natural death.
Keywords:
life, pro-life, abortion, activism, SFLA, baby, family

The HEART Initiative

Purpose:
The purpose of The HEART Initiative (Humble Efforts Actualizing Real Transformation) is to raise awareness about human trafficking occurring in Montana and the United States, aid those working towards eliminating human trafficking, and promote a community of compassion and respect.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Michael Hollinger 907-394-8748
Advisor:
Ilse-Mari Lee (406) 994-4110
Department Affiliation:
Honors College
Meetings:
Keywords:
human trafficking, modern day slavery, awareness

Young Americans for Liberty

Purpose:
We recognize the 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.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Katherine Hezel (406) 750-7216
Advisor:
Wendy Stock 406-994-7984
Meetings:
Keywords:
Liberty, Limited Government, Political


Club Sport

Alpine Ski Club of MSU

Purpose:
To represent MSU at a variety of intercollegiate ski competitions around the western United States.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Nellie Coyle 603-502-0299
Advisor:
Ann Wells 406-994-6836
Department Affiliation:
Extended University
Meetings:
Dues:
$450-500
Keywords:
ski, club, race

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:
Ashish Adhikari 337-800-9027
Advisor:
Tianyu Zhang 406-994-5363
Department Affiliation:
Department of Mathematical Sciences
Meetings:
Keywords:
Sport, Badminton

Big Sky Timber Sports

Purpose:
At Big Sky Timber Sports it is our mission to develop life skills together, carry on the timber sports legacy of sportsmanship, and to be an asset to the Bozeman community.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Bridget Baker 970-232-8648
Advisor:
Aaron Grusonik 406-994-2826
Department Affiliation:
Dean of Students
Meetings:
M,W,THR 5-7pm behind the stadium on South 7th
Dues:
$25 per semester
Keywords:
log, logger, logging, lumber, jack, lumberjack, chop, chopping, saw, sawing, chainsaw, big, sky, timber, sport, sports, club,timber sports, woodmans

Boxing Club of MSU

Purpose:
his is a club where skills and techniques of boxing will be taught with workouts built into it, all in a safe environment. Our goal is to teach the foundations and skills required for competitive boxing, with self defense being obtained by learning the sport.
Teach the Technical aspect of boxing-punches, dodges, parries, stances, styles.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Advisor:
Chris Organ 406-994-6658
Department Affiliation:
Earth Sciences
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
Free to any and all MSU students. Must be an active MSU student. Open to both male/females.

Chi Alpha Kappa

Purpose:
Chi Alpha Kappa is a local women's service/social club founded in the fall of 2013. Chi Alpha Kappa strives to promote friendship, academic growth, and community service. Our goal is to spend our time at MSU collaborating with fellow campus organizations as well as nonprofit organizations in Bozeman to better our community as well as each other.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Alice Ireland 970-778-2260
Advisor:
Cassi Miller 406-994-3768
Meetings:
Location TBA, Sundays at 5pm
Dues:
$100 per semester.
Keywords:
Women, Social, Service, Community, Volunteering

Club Baseball

Purpose:
Our mission is to help bring students out to play the great game of baseball at all levels and help build some of the great characteristics that come with this game.
Club Email:
President:
Stacy Arnold 406-794-4537
Advisor:
Sarah Deaton 406-994-7743
Department Affiliation:
Registrar's Office
Meetings:
Keywords:
Baseball, club baseball, bobcats baseball

Club Ultimate at MSU

Purpose:
The purpose of this organization is to compete at a high level against quality opponents in our Section, Region, and the Nation. Next, we want to foster a good sense of teamwork in the team and create strong and lasting relationships with the Ladies Ultimate Team and all other Ultimate players in Bozeman. Lastly, we intend to create young men who are physically and mentally prepared to continue Ultimate and academic pursuits into later life.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Thomas Walz 4068509727
Advisor:
Emily Kimmel 4069946384
Department Affiliation:
Microbiology & Immunology
Meetings:
Mondays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays 6-8 Roskie Fields
Keywords:
Ultimate, Frisbee, Sport

FitPit

Purpose:
FitPit gives the opportunity to all MSU students to challenge themselves mentally and physically with a community motivated on improve one another.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Kyle Preiss 303-870-5767
Advisor:
Abbey Holm 406-994-6278
Department Affiliation:
Rec. Sports & Fitness
Meetings:
Mondays and Wednesdays 7:30-9:00
Membership Requirements:
Showing up.
Keywords:
Cross fit, Olympic lifting, fitness

IHSA Equestrians at Montana State University

Purpose:
Our mission is to provide collegiate riders of all ability opportunity to continue showing while in college, and to give equal opportunity to riders of all demographics and equestrian back grounds.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Madison Hoffman 303-513-4599
Advisor:
Emily Glunk 406-994-5688
Department Affiliation:
Animal and Range Sciences
Meetings:
1st, and 3rd Tuesdays of every month
Membership Requirements:
Full time student, good academic standing
Dues:
$1000-$2000
Keywords:
EQUESTRIAN, TEAM, HORSESHOW

Intercollegiate Figure Skating at MSU

Purpose:
Intercollegiate figure skating at MSU is a way for students of Montana State University to continue their competitive skating, while also focusing on furthering their education. Being a student requires a lot of time, limiting the time available to train and making it difficult to be competitive at regional level competitions. By joining this club, it allows students the opportunity to compete against students from other colleges and universities across the U.S..
Club Email:
President:
Kyla Jewell 406-697-9875
Advisor:
Krysta Gorder 406-994-7512
Department Affiliation:
Office of International Programs
Meetings:
Practices @ Haynes Pavilion Fairgrounds - Time TBD
Membership Requirements:
Must be a full time student at MSU - If planning on competing at the competitions, must have a current USFSA membership
Dues:
Members are responsible for own ice time fees etc.
Keywords:
intercollegiate figure skating, MSU, Montana

Men's Club Soccer

Purpose:
Our club has 2 purposes. First, to bring opportunities to play soccer to the MSU campus. Soccer is a sport that many people can play, whether talented or not, Club Soccer acts as a means to organize full-sided games for anyone that wishes to play. Second, to form a highly competitive soccer team of MSU students that will travel to other schools to play games. Our end goal is to develop a team capable of competing at a regional and national level.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Anthony Fopp 406-212-7270
Advisor:
Abbey Holm 406-994-6278
Department Affiliation:
Rec. Sports & Fitness
Meetings:
We usually have meetings after practice
Dues:
$50-$75 (still deciding)
Keywords:
soccer, sport, team

Men's Lacrosse Club at Montana State

Purpose:
Gather students (men) together to compete at a collegiate level of Lacrosse.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Chase Byrne 253-985-5071
Advisor:
Ed Mckenna 406-994-1933
Department Affiliation:
Dean of Students
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
Must abide by all MCLA rules (very similar to NCAA)
Dues:
$1500 - $2000
Keywords:
Mens Lacrosse Montana State

Mens Rugby at MSU

Purpose:
To further the understanding of the game of Rugby and increase community involvement through comradery and teamwork.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Austin Llewellyn 778-908-2249
Advisor:
Ed Mckenna 406-994-5933
Department Affiliation:
Dean of Students
Meetings:
Keywords:
Montana, State, Rugby

Montana State University Cycling Club

Purpose:
We hope to promote cycling and racing at the University, and in the community. We hope we can make the community and University more bike friendly. We strive to promote safety and biking courtesy on the roads and trails, including trail conservation and sharing the road. The club also seeks to spread the sport of bike racing including: road, cyclocross, and mountain.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Michael Amos 415-306-4521
Advisor:
Mark Greenwood 406-994-1962
Meetings:
Wednesdays 7PM, in the SUB
Dues:
no cost, $75.00 if racing with the club in spring
Keywords:
Cycling, Bikes, Racing, Mountain bike, Team, Road

Montana State Women's Rugby Club

Purpose:
The purpose of the Women's Rugby club at Montana State is to allow young women the experience of playing Rugby in an exciting, healthy, school-oriented environment and at a nationally-acclaimed level.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Renee Oelkers 406-478-3178
Advisor:
Ed McKenna 406-994-5933
Meetings:
Practice MWF at 5pm
Membership Requirements:
Must be a full-time student with a minimum 2.0 cume GPA
Dues:
$75/season
Keywords:
rugby, women's rugby, sport, team

MSU Hockey Club

Purpose:
The Montana State University Club Hockey Team and its supporting organization is dedicated to providing athletes with an opportunity to play ice hockey at the highest level possible, be challenged by the demands of high performance team sports while committing to support each and every student-athlete’s academic success. Work ethic, discipline, and balance are fundamental values our team members and staff strive to uphold on and off the ice.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Gilbert Mesec 650-207-4100
Advisor:
Robb Larson (406) 994-6420
Meetings:
Yes. See schedule on our website
Membership Requirements:
Played competitively at any level. Committed to represent the school at the collegiate level and abide by the rules of the ACHA and the University. Plans to attend and participate in all practices and games. Must be a degree seeking student
Dues:
$2,200
Keywords:
hockey, acha, division II, BAHA, bozeman

Polo Club of MSU

Purpose:
We encourage any individual to come and join our club, we love to teach and entertain the public with a sport that is not very common in the West.
Club Email:
President:
Elizabeth Johnson 701-425-3532
Advisor:
Shannon John J Moreaux 406-994-7689
Department Affiliation:
Animla and Range Sciences
Meetings:
Tues.@ 6pm. Thurs. @ 6pm Location varies
Membership Requirements:
Horse riding experience is preferred but we accept anyone who is willing to lean. Must be able to attend every practice along with being able to pay our dues. About $500 a year.
Dues:
About $500 but this does not include traveling fee
Keywords:
horses, polo, riding club

Racquetball Club at MSU

Purpose:
The purpose for the club is to learn and play racquetball during club hours. The club also participates in state tournaments as well as intercollegiate tournaments.
Club Email:
President:
Grant Junghans 406-694-7561
Advisor:
Scott Krushensky 406-599-5692
Department Affiliation:
Activities Classes
Meetings:
Tuesdays and Thursdays 6-8pm
Keywords:
Racquetball, Club, Sport, Tournament

School of Piranhas

Purpose:
Our organization's goal is to provide students with a positive, rewarding, challenging after school activity with deep roots in many cultures. The many sophisticated aspects of pockets billiards remain a mystery to the majority. If you go down the rabbit hole you realize how cerebral and rewarding learning these abilities can be. We wish to provide a safe, alcohol and drug free environment in which we can all work on these never ending challenges with positive influences and support. We would also like to use these skills to begin replacing the trophies from the 1970's with modern ones to represent Montana State University.
Club Email:
President:
Shiloh Christopher 406-581-8837
Advisor:
David LaBrie 406-994-5803
Department Affiliation:
Health and Human Development
Meetings:
Thursdays
Membership Requirements:
A great attitude, motivation, and camaraderie.
Dues:
Huge smile
Keywords:
Billiards, education, and fun

Swim Club at MSU

Purpose:
The Swim Club at MSU provides a place for swimming enthusiasts to get back into shape with a community of like minded people. It is a great place to meet other swimmers, make friends, work out, and relieve some of the stress from school.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Alexander Irish 406-366-3725
Advisor:
Jocelyn Larson 406-994-6278
Department Affiliation:
Recreational Sports and Fitness
Meetings:
M 5-6pm,T&W 6:30-8pm,TH 8-9pm M.Hoseaus Pool
Keywords:
swimming, swim, team,

Taekwondo Koumdo Club

Purpose:
Taekwondo club is a place that offers students a healthy outlet to the stresses that come with an academic lifestyle. We are a regular exercise program that also builds a skill and a place to train for taekwondo competition.
Club Email:
President:
Jason Sanders 509-499-7689
Advisor:
Randal Rucker 406-994-4838
Department Affiliation:
Agricultural Economics
Meetings:
MWF in the dojo at the Hosaeus Center 4:00-5:30
Keywords:
taekwondo, martial arts, fighting

Tennis Club of MSU

Purpose:
To get people involved with tennis and play competitively against others while supporting the MSU tennis teams.
Club Email:
President:
Dylan C. Lee 406-855-9495
Advisor:
Suzi Taylor 406-994-7957
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
Must have some tennis experience.
Keywords:
Sports, Tennis, team, racquet

Triathlon Club at Montana State University

Purpose:
To promote the sport of triathlon, both as a competitive sport and as a way of exercising and promoting fitness. Also to foster ties with and compete against other collegiate teams, both in Montana and in the greater Northwest area.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Nicholas Dorsett 253-218-5626
Advisor:
Dan Heil 406-994-6324
Department Affiliation:
Health & Human Development
Meetings:
M&T 5:00PM In front of Hoseaus, THR 5:00 Pool area
Dues:
$35
Keywords:
triathlon, swim, bike, run

Water Polo at MSU

Purpose:
To provide a place for students of all skill levels to learn and play water polo.
Club Email:
President:
Nick Rhines 406-945-2832
Advisor:
Tomas Gedeon 406-994-5359
Department Affiliation:
Mathematical Sciences
Meetings:
Practice is Sundays at 6:30-8pm
Dues:
$20
Keywords:
water polo, swimming

Women's Club Soccer at MSU

Purpose:
The Women’s Club Soccer Team at Montana State University strives to provide a program that furthers the female student educational experience at MSU through athletics. The purpose of this club is to provide students the opportunity to compete competitively while emphasizing the importance of sportsmanship, teamwork, and commitment. The Women’s Club Soccer at MSU program represents Montana State University and will continue to do so in a positive way.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Suzanne Lyon 970-819-3994
Advisor:
Abbey Holm 406-994-6278
Department Affiliation:
Recreational Sports & Fitness
Meetings:
Dues:
$75 Per Semester
Keywords:
women, soccer, club

Women's Lacrosse Club at MSU

Purpose:
Montana State Women's Lacrosse Club aims to create a fun and competitive team environment to allow students to participate in the sport of lacrosse.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Ashley Hoffman 425-647-3355
Advisor:
Ed McKenna 406-994-5933
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
Must be a full time student and register as a member of US Lacrosse.
Dues:
$300 per academic year
Keywords:
Sport, team, lacrosse, women

Women's Ultimate

Purpose:
To create an atmosphere where women can learn and play the sport of competitive Ultimate Frisbee. We hope to help the Ultimate Frisbee community grow in the Northwest by inviting women of all skill levels to participate. We hope to enhance the skills and strategies necessary to win sanctioned tournaments during the season. We hope that players gain valuable management and leadership experience through efficient and creative management of the club.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Danielle Woods 201-452-7188
Advisor:
Emily Kimmel 406-994-6384
Department Affiliation:
Microbiology and Immunology
Meetings:
Keywords:
Ultimate, Women's, Frisbee

Wrestling Club

Purpose:
To wrestle at a collegiate level in the state of Montana
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Diego Garcia 3037045070
Advisor:
Jeff Todd 406 586-6819
Department Affiliation:
College of Ag/MAES
Meetings:
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday
Dues:
$35
Keywords:
National Collegiate Wrestling Association, NCWA


Military Organizations

Air Force ROTC

Purpose:
Detachment 450 cadets are forged by education, experiences in leadership, and the core values of the United States Air Force. The mission is to produce quality officer leaders for the US Air Force.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Elizabeth Pennell 406-350-2019
Advisor:
David Weide 406-994-4022
Department Affiliation:
Military Aerospace Studies
Meetings:
Wednesdays, 1610-1800, Reid 108
Membership Requirements:
Must pass Physical Fitness Assessment and have a TGPA & CGPA of at least 2.0 (2.5 for upper class)
Keywords:
Air Force Officer Training

Veterans Club at Montana State University

Purpose:
To connect student veterans with other student veterans through social events and community service.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Greg Stuart 406-450-8177
Advisor:
Brenda York 406-994-2824
Department Affiliation:
Disability, Re-entry and Veteran Services
Meetings:
Keywords:
Montana State, Veteran, Military


Cultural Organizations

African Society at Montana State University

Purpose:
To broaden the MSU community of understanding of Africa and provide an inter-cultural exchange of education. The society provides a welcoming environment for African students at Montana State University
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Nnamdi Ezike 406-702-4382
Advisor:
Scott Creel 406-994-7033
Meetings:
Once monthly - we have no permanent meeting place
Membership Requirements:
All are welcome - Africans and non-Africans as long as they are students or Academic affiliates to Montana State University and the University community
Dues:
Gratis - no costs and contributions are free will
Keywords:
Montana Africa Club

American Indian Council

Purpose:
The American Indian Council is a student organization for all Native students and their families and is housed in the American Indian Student Center (AISC). AIC has been established in order to assist new and continuing students in their adjustment to college life, to promote academic success through group support, advocacy, leadership, to encourage other students to attend MSU-Bozeman, and to foster pride in cultural heritage. One attribute that sets the AIC apart from other student groups at MSU is the use of our cultural heritage that is utilized to foster pride, integrity, and achievement at the college level and beyond.
The AIC has been supported through its own fundraising efforts such as the Wonders In Native Generations and Societies (WINGS) collaboration with Bozeman School District, Bozeman’s Christmas Stroll, MSU’s International Food Bizarre, MSU’s Office of Student Engagement student organization funding sources, as well as through the annual AIC Pow Wow. Additionally MSU’s Department of Native American Studies provides a large source of funding via it’s endowments for the AIC annual Pow Wow. The AIC recently experienced food preparation changes implemented by MSU in 2014 which impeded on how the AIC has traditionally fund raised at the annual Pow Wow. These funds were used to provide the majority of the AIC initiatives and events such as the annual AIC Fall and Spring picnics, Thanks-mass Dinner, as well as many other AIC lead initiatives that addressed important social/academic/personal/profession/community development opportunities. The AIC is currently working with MSU to address the decline in fund raising options at the Pow Wow to strategize how best to work through these institutional changes.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Ty Show 406-450-5570
Advisor:
Richard White 406-994-4880
Department Affiliation:
Native American Studies
Meetings:
Keywords:
Native American, Indian, Council

Arab Cultural Club

Purpose:
The Arab Cultural Club is committed to informing the MSU community about the Arabic Language, culture of the MENA region and Central Asia, and exposing the community to the issues that Arabs face inside and outside the United States. The Arab Cultural Club also seeks to connect U.S. American students with Arab international students in order to establish a more direct connection between these cultures in an effort to improve intercultural competency.
Club Email:
President:
Joey Morrison 406-951-0696
Advisor:
Anas Alsayed Suliman 406-994-6459
Department Affiliation:
Modern Languages and Literatures
Meetings:
Keywords:
international, cultural, language

Chinese Culture Club

Purpose:
Our purpose is to bring the culture of China to Montana State University and Bozeman through the arts, literature, and more. It is designed to bring native Chinese people, MSU students, and the Bozeman community together to better understand and learn about our respective cultures.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Patrick Mooney 6614007203
Advisor:
Hua Li 6449
Department Affiliation:
Modern Languages & Literatures
Meetings:
Keywords:
Chinese, Culture, International

Chinese Student and Scholar Association

Purpose:
To work with Chinese natives to bring the culture of China to Bozeman through the arts, literature, food and more.
It is a club designed not for locals or Chinese, but to bring them together in a sharing and better understanding of their respective cultures.
Club Email:
President:
Chenwei Cao 406-580-2796
Advisor:
Megan Prettyman 406-994-7252
Department Affiliation:
Office of International Programs
Meetings:
Keywords:
Chinese, Student,Bozeman

Egyptian Club

Purpose:
The Egyptian Club is a student-based club trying to share the great Culture & History of Egypt among Montana State University students, also we are helping promote diversity by getting students from different cultures together. Furthermore, we are having events reflecting the Egyptian culture and hope to create a collaboration between Egyptian students and the students of MSU. Always we’re welcoming students with different cultures to join us creating a compatible and enjoyable environment.
Club Email:
President:
Mina Botros 561-502-8890
Advisor:
Deborah Chiolero 406-994-7722
Department Affiliation:
Office of International Programs
Meetings:
Keywords:
Egyptian, Culture, International, Club

German Club

Purpose:
The German Club at MSU is a social club focused on the language and culture of German speaking countries. Our mission is to expose our members to the rich culture through Stammtisch, Film Nachts, and social gatherings.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Solomon Amsden 406-599-9589
Advisor:
Yvonne Toepfer 406-994-5502
Department Affiliation:
Modern Languages and Literatures
Meetings:
Twice monthly.
Membership Requirements:
Must like German
Keywords:
German Language, German, Social, Food, University, Language Club

Global Connection Club

Purpose:
It is an organization for American and International students alike. The BIC is a student body club that represents the international students and strives to cater to the needs of all Montana State University students by establishing a friendly multicultural society. It is a well-recognized organization within Montana State University, currently representing over 700 students from 75 different countries.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Abdulsamad Albukhari 406-591-0252
Advisor:
Deborah Chiolero (406) 994-7722
Department Affiliation:
Office of International Programs
Meetings:
Keywords:
international, cultural, social

Indian Student Association

Purpose:
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:
Vivek Chandran 203-564-3797
Advisor:
Deborah Chiolero 406-994-3601
Department Affiliation:
Office of International Programs
Meetings:
Keywords:
Indian, India

Japanese Conversation Club

Purpose:
The purpose of this club is to converse; practice and learn conversational Japanese while exploring modern culture through multiple different activities. Any skill level of speaking Japanese language is welcome.
Club Email:
President:
Kanae Kido 406-552-7714
Advisor:
Yuka Hara 406-994-5136
Department Affiliation:
Modern Language
Meetings:
Keywords:
Japan, Culture, Food

Kabsah Club

Purpose:
To provide cultural awareness and friendship through various international cooking processes.

To exchange and broaden cultural understanding among MSU students in specific and Bozeman community in general.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Pancasatya Agastra 406-579-2366
Advisor:
Deborah Chiolero 406-994-7722
Department Affiliation:
Office of International Programs
Meetings:
Keywords:
kabsah, cooking, bozeman

Muslim Student Association of MSU

Purpose:
To support and facilitate Muslim students at MSU and provide a platform for cultural exchange among students as well as the local community.
Club Email:
President:
Ahmed Naji (406) 994-6295
Advisor:
Ruhul Amin 406-994-6295
Meetings:
Keywords:
Muslim, Student, Bozeman

Nepalese Student Association at MSU

Purpose:
To provide social and cultural awareness about Nepal. Also to help the new-coming and existing Nepalese students at MSU with various support such as housing, counselling etc.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Sulov Chalise 406-224-7336
Advisor:
Deborah Chiolero 406-994-7722
Meetings:
Keywords:
Nepal, Nepali Student, Nepalese in Montana

Queer Straight Alliance

Purpose:
The Queer Straight Alliance at MSU is dedicated to providing safety and a sense of community to LGBTQ students, community members, and allies at MSU and in the Bozeman area. Through education and community involvement QSA strives to improve the quality of life for LGBTQ individuals by implementing lasting programs and practices.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Shelby Montle 303-815-3782
Advisor:
Sara Rushing 406-994-5165
Department Affiliation:
Political Science
Meetings:
Mondays at 7pm in room 233 (or 235) in the SUB
Keywords:
Gay, Queer, LGBTQ

Saudi Student Club

Purpose:
To provide support for all Saudi students to feel at home, and to share Saudi culture with the Bozeman community.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Khalid Alanazi 406-539-6996
Advisor:
Deborah Chiolero 406-994-7722
Department Affiliation:
OIP
Meetings:
Keywords:
saudi, culture, international, intercultural

Spanish Club

Purpose:
To practice speaking in Spanish and to share stories about travel and culture in Spanish speaking countries.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Scotland J Steele 651-470-8189
Advisor:
James Martin 406-994 6447
Department Affiliation:
Modern Languages and Literatures
Meetings:
Thursdays at 6pm at Red Tractor Pizza.
Keywords:
Spanish, Español, Club, de, Latin America

Students Against Sexual Assault

Purpose:
Students Against Sexual Assault (SASA) is a club that focuses on and celebrates healthy relationships on the MSU campus and within the community. SASA members are students from a diverse range of backgrounds who stand together to speak out against all forms of violence. SASA believes education is a crucial part of prevention and actively seeks to increase awareness about stalking, relationship violence, and sexual assault. SASA's goal is to 1) eliminate these concerns from our community, and 2) create a caring and understanding environment for survivors. In accordance with this, SASA sponsors and hosts campus and community events including dances, speak outs, marches, art displays, and educational presentations. SASA members use their voices to create a positive impact in everyday conversations and at campus and community events. SASA stands up for its beliefs on individual as well as societal levels. Members are activists who have non-violent worldviews and stand strong in the face of adversity.

SASA is also responsible for raising money for the Survivor Fund which is managed by the Voice Center. The money goes directly toward victims of domestic violence, rape, stalking, and sexual assault both on campus and in Bozeman.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Ryan Chauner 4064717330
Advisor:
Alanna Sherstad 994-7142
Department Affiliation:
VOICE Center, Division of Student Success
Meetings:
Keywords:
students, against, sexual, assault, voice, center, activism, stop, rape

Turkish Club

Purpose:
Turkish Club is a student base group aiming to promote diversity by giving MSU community the opportunity to experience the Turkish culture. We aim to promote diversification by events relevant to Turkish culture and to unite Turkish students and scholars of Montana State University. We also welcome people of different cultures who are associated with Turkey and Turkish culture.
Club Email:
President:
Guneycan Dicle Beser 406-580-8475
Advisor:
Deborah Chiolero 406-994-7722
Department Affiliation:
Office of International Programs
Meetings:
Keywords:
international, turkish, culture


Professional/Career Organizations

American Marketing Association at Montana State

Purpose:
To develop innovative professionals in a community oriented environment by providing opportunities, fostering leadership, and growing an efficient global network.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Vanessa B Bakken 701-741-7430
Advisor:
Eric Van Steenburg 406-994-2090
Department Affiliation:
Jake Jabs College of Business & Entrepreneurship
Meetings:
Tuesdays 5:00 PM
Membership Requirements:
Must fill out application and pay membership dues. Can be any major.
Dues:
$85 annually.
Keywords:
Marketing, Professional, Networking

American Statistical Association Student Chapter at MSU

Purpose:
To locally encourage and practice the mission of the American Statistical Association; “support excellence in statistical practice, research, journals, and meetings, work for the improvement of statistical education at all levels, promote the proper application of statistics, anticipate and meet the needs of our members, use our discipline to enhance human welfare, and seek opportunities to advance the statistics profession.”
Club Email:
President:
Christopher Barbour 406-994-5362
Advisor:
Laura Hildreth 406-994-5358
Department Affiliation:
Mathematical Sciences
Meetings:
Keywords:
statistics, analysis, datascience

ASHRAE at MSU

Purpose:
ASHRAE (Formerly the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers) advances the arts and sciences of heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration to serve humanity and promote a sustainable world. With more than 55,000 members from over 132 nations, ASHRAE is a diverse organization representing building system design and industrial processes professionals around the world.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Tim Smith 406-214-9816
Advisor:
Kevin Amende 406-994-6304
Department Affiliation:
Mechanical & Industrial Engineering
Meetings:
Dues:
$20 ASHRAE Membership Fee
Keywords:
Networking, Engineering, Architecture,HVAC, sustainability, building systems, energy efficiency

Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) Student Chapter

Purpose:
The MSU AGC chapter was established in 1974 and provides students with a jump start into their construction careers via peer and professional networking, industry information sessions and local job-site tours, as well as community involvement and service.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Brenton Hemp 406-253-4229
Advisor:
Penny Knoll 406-994-6139
Department Affiliation:
Civil Engineering
Meetings:
Dues:
$10/semester
Keywords:
Construction, Engineering, Contractors

Association for Women in Computing

Purpose:
The purpose of the Association for Women in Computing is to support current female students in computer science by connecting them to peers, internships, and professional growth opportunities while working to increase the diversity of computer science at MSU and make the field more welcoming to everyone. In the process, we aim to grow and ensure the health of the computer science community of Bozeman and Montana. All students interested in computing and computing diversity are welcome, not just women.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Hayley Smith (210) 316-3652
Advisor:
Brittany Terese Fasy (406) 994-4804
Department Affiliation:
Gianforte School of Computing
Meetings:
Keywords:
women, computing, computer science

Beta Alpha Psi and Accounting Club

Purpose:
As a professional business financial information focused organization, Accounting Club complements members' formal education by providing interaction among students, faculty, and professionals. It fosters life-long growth, service, and ethical conduct skills while encouraging scholastic and professional excellence. Beta Alpha Psi's purpose is to serve as a recognition of academic excellence while allowing students to develop additional skills in the fields of accounting, finance, and information systems.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Suzanne George 208-661-1008
Advisor:
Steven Ault 406-994-2000
Department Affiliation:
JJCBE Accounting Department
Meetings:
Typically Wednesday evenings at 6:30pm in Jabs Hal
Membership Requirements:
Accounting Club: none BAP: Junior/Senior standing; majoring in accounting, finance, or information systems; minimum overall GPA of 3.0; minimum GPA in upper division courses of 3.0
Dues:
AC - Fresh./Soph.:none AC - Jrs./Srs.:$20/semester
Keywords:
Accounting; Beta Alpha Psi; BAP

Finance Club

Purpose:
To promote community involvement and to provide students with the opportunity to gain experience related to the financial sector.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Cody Siems 541-892-3457
Advisor:
Gary Caton 406-994-6190
Department Affiliation:
Jake Jabs College of Business and Entrepreneurship
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
Interest in Finance.
Keywords:
Business, Finance, Club

Graduate Women In Science and Engineering

Purpose:
The WISE graduate student group supports women graduate students in science, social science, math and engineering. Specifically, we provide professional and social development opportunities by creating a support system and an active dialogue focusing on issues unique to women in science.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Casey Kennedy 4066724695
Advisor:
Abigail Richards 406-994-5926
Department Affiliation:
Chemical and Biological Engineering
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
Must be a female graduate student in science, social science, math or engineering
Keywords:
women, science, engineering, WISE, STEM, graduate

Health Professions Club

Purpose:
Providing educational and service opportunities for students interested in the health professions field.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Oscar R Machado 661-335-1599
Advisor:
Kathy Weaver 406-994-1670
Department Affiliation:
Health Professions Advising Office
Meetings:
Gaines Hall 030, Thursdays at 6pm
Keywords:
Health, premed, volunteer

Horsemen's Club

Purpose:
The Horsemen's Club is a student organization dedicated to the promotion of humane horse training methods through continuing education and practice.
Club Email:
President:
Reata Brannaman 307-572-7987
Advisor:
Shannon John J Moreaux 406-994-7689
Department Affiliation:
Animal and Range Sciences
Meetings:
Keywords:
Horse training, horsemanship, colt starting

Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineering at MSU

Purpose:
The Montana State University chapter of the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers is devoted to the professional development, education, and involvement of all its members.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Ryan McLoughlin 406-281-0434
Advisor:
David Claudio 406-994-5943
Department Affiliation:
Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
A student interested or enrolled in the Industrial and Management Systems Engineering Major or Engineering Management Minor.
Dues:
Although membership registration is optional, stud
Keywords:
industrial, engineering, systems, imse, institute, management, professional, chapter, ie

International Business Club

Purpose:
The International Business Club offers students a way to learn about international business, meet people from all over the world, build friendships, and develop intercultural skills. The club hosts speakers, discusses international issues, and organizes social events.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Chris Davis (650) 521-2181
Advisor:
Lori Lawson 406-539-0700
Department Affiliation:
JJCBE & LS
Meetings:
Every other Tues from 5-6pm
Keywords:
international, business, global

Management Club

Purpose:
Mission Statement: Bringing real world management experience and professional networking to Montana State University students.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Tyler Elkins 510-207-6294
Advisor:
Robyn Chupka 406 994-6198
Department Affiliation:
JJCBE
Meetings:
Every other Monday at 5:30pm in Jake Jabs
Dues:
There may be costs associated with field trips or
Keywords:
management, leadership, networking, professional

National Association for Music Education - Collegiate

Purpose:
The purpose of National Association for Music Education Collegiate
membership is to afford students an opportunity for professional
orientation and development while still in school, and to enable
sutdents to gain an understanding of: 1)the basic principles that
underlie the role of music in human life; 2)the function of the music
education profession; 3) the professional interests of members;
4)music industry's role in support of music education; and 5) the
knowledge and practices of the professional music educator.
Club Email:
President:
Joe Kilen 406-853-1096
Advisor:
Kristin Harney 406-994-5771
Department Affiliation:
Music
Meetings:
Dues:
Must be member of national NAfME - $28 per year
Keywords:
music, education, teaching

Pre Law Club at Montana State University

Purpose:
The mission of the Pre-Law Club at Montana State University is to 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:
President:
Dallas Burris 406-471-6804
Advisor:
Denise Malloy 406-994-3532
Department Affiliation:
University Studies/Academic Advising Center
Meetings:
Keywords:
Law, lawyer, LSAT

Pre-Dental Club

Purpose:
This club is for anyone interested in the dental field (general, ortho, endo, surgical, hygiene, ect).
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Keaton Nicholson 406-471-0716
Advisor:
Kathy Weaver 406-994-1670
Department Affiliation:
Health Professions Advising Office
Meetings:
Keywords:
dental, pre-dental, hygiene

Range Management Club

Purpose:
To further knowledge of North American rangelands, natural resource management, soils, ranch planning and plant identification outside of the class room. Our mission also includes improving public speaking and professional interaction skills among members, while networking with industry professionals. Skills gained from this club will aid members in being better range stewards with valuable experience in range science upon entering the professional natural resource management field.
Club Email:
President:
Loni Blackman 406-231-0901
Advisor:
Bok Sowell 406-994-5558
Department Affiliation:
Animal & Range Sciences
Meetings:
Every second and fourth Tuesday each month at 7pm
Dues:
$10 each semester or $15 annually
Keywords:
range, management, plants

Social Studies in Action Club

Purpose:
To provide educational, service, and networking opportunities for MSU students interested in teaching preK-20+ social studies (e.g. history, political science, geography, sociology, anthropology, Native American Studies, economics, psychology, etc.).
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Kayla Olson 701-260-6480
Advisor:
Christine Stanton 406-994-1890
Department Affiliation:
Education
Meetings:
Keywords:
education, history, social studies broadfield

Society of Women Engineers at MSU

Purpose:
Stimulate women to achieve full potential in careers as engineers and leaders, expand the image of the engineering profession as a positive force in improving the quality of life, and demonstrate the value of diversity.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Abbi Bashford 208-891-3533
Advisor:
Stephanie Wettstein 406-994-5928
Department Affiliation:
Chemical and Biological Engineering
Meetings:
Thursdays at 6:45 PM
Membership Requirements:
To be an officer in our chapter, one must become a member of the national organization Society of Women Engineer which includes a fee. There are no requirements however for attending our events.
Dues:
As a member, there is $20 in annual dues
Keywords:
society, women, engineers

SPIE Student Chapter

Purpose:
SPIE is an international society advancing an interdisciplinary approach to the science and application of light. The student chapter at MSU is for students interested in the field of optics and photonics. Our primary activities include outreach activities for the community and schools; touring local optics companies; and finding and inviting speakers.
Club Email:
President:
Martin Tauc 503-593-9957
Advisor:
Joseph Shaw 406-994-7261
Department Affiliation:
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Meetings:
Keywords:
optics, lasers, SPIE, physics, engineering, photonics, OSA, light

Toastmasters

Purpose:
The mission of a Toastmasters club is to provide a mutually supportive and positive learning environment in which every individual member has the opportunity to develop oral communication and leadership skills, which in turn foster self-confidence and personal growth.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Alexander Braum 206-909-7277
Advisor:
Martha Joh Reeder 406-994 -7745
Department Affiliation:
JJCBE
Meetings:
Tuesdays at 4:30pm
Keywords:
Public Speaking, Leadership, Resume Builder, Community Involvement


Service Organizations

AIAS Freedom By Design at MSU

Purpose:
AIAS Freedom by Design is a program of the American Institute of
Architecture Students (AIAS) that utilizes the talents of architecture
students in service to their community by helping individuals
with physical, mental and/or financial challenges. All AIAS FBD
projects should allow individuals to live in a safe environment
void of physical or implied barriers, with a sense of dignity
becoming any individual of the community, and with the same
comfort that you and I experience on a day-to-day basis.
Club Email:
President:
Saunders Allen 251-635-4667
Advisor:
Department Affiliation:
Architecture
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
American Institute of Architecture Students (AIAS) member.
Dues:
AIAS Annual Membership Fees : $60
Keywords:
Architecture , Design, Build, Service, Community

Be The Match on Campus

Purpose:
Be The Match is a national organization with the purpose to find bone marrow donors for people suffering with leukemia and other blood diseases. The Be The Match on campus club helps this cause by hosting bone marrow registry drives. The purpose of these drives is to inform the public of the need for bone marrow and what bone marrow donation is. Another purpose of this club is to invite potential donors to join the registry. Overall, we are a student lead club driven by the passion to save lives.
Club Email:
President:
Sarah Lewis 763-568-3488
Advisor:
Kathy Weaver 406-994-1670
Department Affiliation:
Health Professions Advising
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
Must purchase a Be The Match t-shirt to help raise money for the donation process. Expected to attend meetings and volunteer, when can, at bone marrow registry drives on campus.
Dues:
$10 for Be The Match T-shirt
Keywords:
Bone marrow, registry

Cats for a Cause

Purpose:
Our 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, Special Olympics, Worldwide Book Drive, Community Café, Eagle Mount, Cancer Support Community, and more.
Club Email:
President:
Riley Steele 503-926-2723
Advisor:
Sarah Green 406-994-4330
Department Affiliation:
Department of Athletics
Meetings:
Keywords:
Service, SO College, Special Olympics

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:
Amanda Johnson 406-595-1130
Advisor:
Audrey Capp 406-994-7026
Department Affiliation:
Jake Jabs College of Business & Entrepreneurship
Meetings:
Keywords:
Kiwanis, Key Club, Volunteer, Service, Leadership

Enactus-Social Impact Club

Purpose:
We are a community of student, academic and business leaders committed to using the power of entrepreneurial action to transform lives and shape a better more sustainable world. We are supported by Enactus.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Emma Tarbath 907-830-2043
Advisor:
Lenka Beranova 406-994-2362
Department Affiliation:
Jake Jabs College of Business and Entrepreneurship
Meetings:
Monthly
Keywords:
Social, Impact, Enactus

Engineers Without Borders at Montana State University

Purpose:
We at EWB@MSU Have been working for the past 12 years to bring water and sanitation projects to the community of Khwisero Kenya. Our interdisciplinary approach brings students from every major together to provide holistic solutions to complex, international problems.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Reece Dane Hoskins 812-350-2979
Advisor:
Chris Allen 406-994-2184
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
You don't have to be an Engineering major! Everyone is welcome.
Dues:
$25 a semester, $45 a year
Keywords:
International, Engineering, Service, Kenya

Kappa Kappa Beta Chapter

Purpose:
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:
President:
Emilia Hitchcock 4047695021
Advisor:
Department Affiliation:
Music
Meetings:
Membership Requirements:
Must be in a band at MSU
Keywords:
Service, Music, Honorary Fraternity

Pink Gloves Boxing Foundation at MSU

Purpose:
Empowering the community through fitness and volunteer work to try make the world a better place. We want to have the ability to empower women through PGB regardless of their financial situation. This means that we want to volunteer, raise funds, and have fun in the community.
Club Email:
President:
Destiny Brugman 406-672-9992
Advisor:
Whitney Hinshaw 406-994-6316
Department Affiliation:
Rec Sports and Fitness
Meetings:
Keywords:
boxing fitness empowerment pink gloves PGB exercise


Sororities

Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority

Purpose:
Alpha Gamma Delta is an international women's fraternity that promotes academic excellence, philanthropic giving, ongoing leadership and personal development and above all, a spirit of loving sisterhood. Guided by our Purpose, Alpha Gamma Delta's strive to attain a higher standard, thereby improving their lives, the lives of those around them and the communities in which they live. Together, we continually work to inspire the woman and impact the world.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Molly Tomlinson 614-602-7199
Advisor:
Dr. Dana Skorupa 406-994-7793
Department Affiliation:
ChBE
Meetings:
Monday nights at 5:15pm at Alpha Gamma Delta chapt
Membership Requirements:
Collegiate members must maintain a G.P.A. above a 2.5 to remain in good standing in Alpha Gamma Delta.
Dues:
Housing fees and Chapter dues.
Keywords:
Sorority, Sisterhood, Women's Organization

Alpha Omicron Pi

Purpose:
The Object of the Fraternity:
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.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Lauren Waldenberg 406-260-2337
Advisor:
Kerry Hanson 406-994-7620
Department Affiliation:
MSU Alumni Foundation
Meetings:
AOII Chapter House, Mondays at 5:45pm
Membership Requirements:
Mandatory involvement in Chapter events. Please email for inquiries.
Dues:
Housing fees and Chapter dues.
Keywords:
Sorority, Sisterhood, Philanthropy

Chi Omega Sororities

Purpose:
Chi Omega’s Mission Statement Chi Omega is an intergenerational women’s organization forever committed to our founding purposes: Friendship Personal integrity Service to others Academic excellence and intellectual pursuits Community and campus involvement Personal and career development Chi Omega’s Vision Statement Sisters inspired by our values who serve the world while keeping Chi Omega ever at heart.
Club Email:
Website:
President:
Catherine Fernandez 425-749-6021
Advisor:
Natalie Michajla 406-994-5464
Department Affiliation:
Alumni Relations- Alumni Foundation
Meetings:
Monday evenings
Membership Requirements:
Above a 2.8 GPA, interested in being involved in philanthropic events, and being a part of something bigger than yourself.
Dues:
~$250 per semester
Keywords:
sorority, community serive, greek

Panhellenic Council

Purpose:
To further women's success and leadership under the umbrella organization of the National Panhellenic Council.
Club Email:
Website:
Facebook
President:
Madison Hanson 406-945-2203
Advisor:
Erin Macdonald Peck 994-994-2826
Department Affiliation:
Dean of Students
Meetings:
Every other Wednesday at 6:00PM.
Membership Requirements:
Member of an NPC recognized sorority.
Keywords:
Sorority, Leadership, Greek

Pi Beta Phi

Purpose:
The 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:
Emily Wright 303-956-9530
Advisor:
Quinn Taborski 406-994-5573
Department Affiliation:
SHS
Meetings:
Sundays at 7 pm at Pi Beta Phi
Membership Requirements:
Must go through formal recruitment in the Fall or informal Spring recruitment.
Dues:
$3000/semester live in Chapter $500/living on own
Keywords:
sorority, panhellenic, recruitment