MSU Alumni Foundation
1501 South 11th Avenue
P.O. Box 172750
Bozeman, MT 59717-2750
Tel: (406) 994-2053
Toll Free: (800) 457-1696
Fax: (406) 994-6081
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Talented and committed graduate and undergraduate students are Montana State University's lifeblood. The university has given the highest priority to their education and career preparation since its founding. But student support includes more than scholarships to cover tuition and living expenses. It provides enrichment funds to support special research opportunities with faculty, internships, study abroad, and creative experiences. In addition, it recognizes superior achievement.
The American Honda Foundation recently awarded a $48,667 grant to Montana State University for the Crow Education Partnership, a project to provide science enrichment activities for fourth-grade students in the Hardin School District on the Crow Indian Reservation in south-central Montana.
When the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation looked at MSU's Teaching Engineering Applications in Math and Science (TEAMS) program, they saw a program that positively impacts thousands of students every year, providing educational opportunities they otherwise may not have. For a foundation that is "dedicated to transforming lives and strengthening communities by fostering innovation, creating knowledge and promoting social progress," that was an initiative worth supporting.
When Marathon Oil Corporation, one of the world's leading oil companies, wanted to support research and teaching excellence in earth science and petroleum-focused geology, the company looked to Montana State University.
Dupont business Pioneer Hi-Bred today announced a $100,000 donation to Montana State University (MSU) to assist their efforts to increase the amount of meat that can be sustainably produced from each bushel of grain.
The Toyota USA Foundation has awarded $312,176 to Montana State University to support the College of Engineering's Teaching Engineering Applications in Math and Science (TEAMS), an innovative program to enhance teaching of K-12 math and science in and around Montana's American Indian communities.
With support from the American Honda Foundation, Montana State University's Project Archaeology is introducing archaeology into schools as a way to help students understand today's world and to help them shape a better world for tomorrow.
The Steele Reese Foundation created a scholarship endowment at Montana State University for students graduating from high school in the Custer and Lemhi counties in the state of Idaho. Over the past 5 years, the Steele Reese Foundation has made several gifts to Montana State University that have funded programs ranging from supporting an endowed chair in MSU's Libraries to educational workshops for teacher education.