Parent & Family Association's Webinars

Continue Your Education, Support Your Student

We understand that the process of selecting an institution and supporting a student through college is a daunting task. Often, we get asked by parents and family members of our Bobcats, "How can I best support my student?" The best answer is to be an educated source of support.

The Parent & Family Association (PFA) is here to support you in this important role. Not only do we offer specific one-on-one support through our email and our hotline (406-994-7359), but we also provide webinars as an opportunity to further understand collegiate challenges and strong family support so that your student may develop into a professional, independent, and well-rounded graduate!

Webinars are live, online programs with both video and audio elements. The PFA webinars are free, although currently limited to the first 99 registrants on a first come, first serve basis. You will not need to buy any additional software, although a free download or two may be required to make sure your computer is up-to-date.

 

Watch Previous Webinars - On Demand

 

Off Campus Living Seminar

Recorded February 23, 2016 6:00 - 7:00 PM Mountain Time

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The Parent & Family Association has partnered with the Good Neighbor Committee to provide parents and families a webinar focused on off campus living.  The purpose of this webinar is to discuss the important aspects of living off campus and in the Bozeman community.  Topics will range from resources available for students looking to live off campus, responsibilities of renting or owning, what safety features to look for in a property, what is expected of tenants and how to be a good neighbor.

 

Residence Life

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Recorded: July 28, 2015 6:00PM - 7:00 PM Mountain Time

Residence Life and Parent Family Association partnered together to inform parents of any final details regarding Residence Life, move-in day, temporary housing and the residence halls prior to arrival on-campus.

 

 

Off Campus Living 101

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Recorded:  February 24, 2015, 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM Mountain Time

The Parent/Family Association has partnered with the Good Neighbor Committee to provide parents and families a webinar focused on off campus living. The purpose of this webinar is to discuss the important aspects of living off campus and in the Bozeman community. Topics will range from resources available for students looking to live off campus, legal rights, responsibilities of renting or owning, what safety features to look for in a property, what is expected of tenants and how to be a good neighbor.

We will be talking with experts from the following areas: Bozeman Police Department, Bozeman Fire Department, University Police, MSU Residence Life, Local Property Management, Dean of Students Office, MSU/Bozeman Good Neighbor Committee.

The seminar will give students everything they need to know to find, lease, and be safe in their Bozeman off-campus home.

 

MSU's Educational Requirements for Alcohol Abuse and Sexual Assault Prevention

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Recorded: Sept 4th, 2014 2:00-3:00 PM Mountain Time

This 60 minute webinar will detail many of MSU's educational efforts that teaches students about the realities of alcohol abuse and sexual assault on college campuses.  Please join MSU's lead alcohol and drug educator and prevention specialist and the MSU Dean of Students as they discuss these programs and services with parents of incoming students.

 

Off Campus Living 101

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Recorded: March 26, at 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM Mountain Time

The Parent/Family Association has partnered with the Good Neighbor Committee to provide parents and families a webinar focused on off campus living. The purpose of this webinar is to discuss the important aspects of living off campus and in the Bozeman community. Topics will range from resources available for students looking to live off campus, legal rights and the responsibilities of renting or owning, what safety features to look for in a property, what is expected of tenants and how to be a good neighbor.

We will be talking with experts from the following areas: Bozeman Police Department, Bozeman Fire Department, University Police, MSU Residence Life, Local Property Management, MSU/Bozeman Good Neighbor Committee.

The group will also discuss the Off Campus Living 101 seminar that will be offered to students April 9 and April 12. The seminar will give students everything they need to know to find, lease, and be safe in their Bozeman off-campus home.

 

Student Success at Montana State University and Beyond

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Recorded: February 12, 2014, 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM Mountain time

Hosted by The Allen Yarnell Center for Student Success, comprised of: The Office of Student Success; Career, Internship & Student Employment Services and The Office of Financial Education is here to help your student succeed at Montana State University.  Join us as we learn about the various programs to support academic success, financial wellbeing and the future success of your student beyond graduation.

 

Building Bridges Between Campus and Community

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Recorded: January 29, 2014- 6:30 PM to 7:30PM Mountain time

Join us for our Webinar: Building Bridges between Campus and Community. With our panelists Mandy St. Aubyn, MSU Office of Activities and Engagement; and Robin Mayer, MSU Office of Activities and Engagement, we will discuss how Montana State interracts with the Bozeman community and how your student plays an integral role in this.