Office of Planning & Analysis

Montana Hall: Our office provides data, expertise, analyses, and staffing necessary to support the university's planning, institutional research, and university assessment committees and processes.

Campus Profile

Enrollment (Fall 2014)
  • 15,421 total
  • 13,371 undergrads
  • 2,050 grad students
Estimated yearly costs for freshmen (2015 / 2016)
  • Montana resident
    Tuition and fees, $6,850
  • Non-resident
    Tuition and fees, $22,170
Student Body Profile (Fall 2014)
  • 47% female
  • 53% male
  • 64% Montana residents
  • 32% out-of-state residents
  • 673 (4%) international students
  • (from more than 72 countries)
Financial Aid (2012-13)
  • Approximately 64% of all undergraduates received aid, with an average total award of $11,124 from ALL aid sources.
Faculty -- Instructional (Fall 2013)
  • 549 full-time
  • 375 part-time
  • 19:1 student-faculty ratio
Interesting Facts
  • In 2013-14 MSU awarded 2,873 degrees and certificates.
  • MSU faculty are nationally competitive with their ideas and garnered over $100 million for their research and creative projects in fiscal year 2014.