HELP! Random Hints and Tips
Here are some helpful on-line hints and tips for college.
Student Survival Manual Aptly titled, everything necessary to survive the college experience. Put together with the student in mind, this site and corresponding book titles are complete and comprehensive.
Study Skills Guide A basic nine-step study skills program that is a first step in uncovering your potential at the university.
On-line Study Skills Workshop Short papers on a variety of necessary study skills. Most categories of necessity and interest are covered in this site from Virginia Tech Institute and State University.
MSU On-line Catalog An explanation of registration policies at Montana State University.
Core Curriculum MSU MSU-Bozeman has a common core curriculum for all undergraduate students in the belief that it will enable them to reach their intellectual potential, to become contributing members of society, and to compete more successfully in our rapidly changing and increasingly complex world. Located here is an explanation of what is required of each graduating student.
Federal Financial Aid FAFSA on-line. FAFSA opens the door to the federal aid process. Every step you can take gets you closer to achieving your education goals. Find out what you can expect from beginning to end by entering this site.
Mental Health Tips An exhaustive list of topics and resources that focus on your mental health and well-being.
MSU Counseling and Psychological Services Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS) is supported by State funds, as well as through health fees obligatory to students carrying seven or more credits. Despite our offices being housed in the Swingle Health Building, CPS is not part of the Student Health Service, but rather an autonomous department within the Division of Student Affairs.
Campus Blues An excellent and pertinent all-purpose site that contains topics such as: out of control behavior, anxiety attacks, gay and lesbian information, homesickness, healthy eating, and much more. This site is really geared toward students.