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University Police
Dial 911 from any campus phone or 994-2121 to reach us. Anyonymous Tips
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Officers' Contact Info 7th Avenue and Kagy Blvd
PO Box 172680
Bozeman, MT 59717-2680
Tel: (406) 994-2121
Fax: (406) 994-5508

Chief Robert Putzke
rputzke@montana.edu
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Visitor Information

Welcome to Montana State University in Bozeman

Parking Services

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Where Should I Park?Click Here for Interactive Parking Availability Map

Click Here to View the Summer 2014 Lot Maintenance Schedule

*NOTE: Maintenance schedule is subject to change based on weather and other campus conflicts*

Departmental Permit Request Form


Your first stop is the Information Kiosk on the corner of S. 7th Ave and Grant Street.

Stop by the Information Kiosk first thing when you're visiting the MSU campus.

We hope you enjoy your visit to our campus.

For non-campus specific visitor information please see: Bozeman Area Visitor Information


We’re Easy to Find

From Interstate 90 take Exit 305 and turn south onto North 19th Avenue towards Bozeman. Continue on North 19th Avenue for approximately 4 miles. Turn left onto Kagy Boulevard and travel approximately 1 mile to South 7th Avenue. Turn left onto South 7th Avenue and continue for about a block and a half to the Information Kiosk.

We’re easy to find in Bozeman

Visitors may park in our 134-space hourly fee lot located on the corner of S. 7th Avenue and Grant Street of may purchase a daily permit to park in our commuter lots. Daily permits are available at the Information Kiosk also located on the corner of S. 7th Ave and Grant Street. The attendant in the kiosk can answer many of your questions about campus and direct you to your destination.

Detailed campus maps are available.


Hourly Parking Rates

Free for first half-hour
$3.00 for second 1/2 - 1 hour $.75 for each additional hour
$7.50 maximum per day $1.00 - 6p.m. to 8p.m.


Other Options

You may also purchase a $3.00 daily parking permit which allows you to park in any of the commuter lots. The daily permit is not valid in gold signed reserved parking spaces or in the hourly fee lot. You may buy a permit at the Information Kiosk or from the University Police, located at the corner of South 7th Avenue and Kagy Boulevard.

Handicapped parking spaces are designated in red on the campus parking map and located in convenient spots throughout the campus. MSU parking permits are required to park in all handicap spaces across campus.

Click here for a detailed campus parking map.


Conference Participants/Vendors

If you are attending a conference on campus, you may have received parking information in advance. If not, check in at the Information Kiosk for initial assistance. Vendors should abide by visitor parking regulations or request permission to use campus loading docks and delivery areas from University Police. Please dial 994-2121 to secure permission.


Parking Hours

The Visitor (fee) Lot and Information Kiosk are open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. for your convenience. If you wish to park elsewhere on campus, visitor parking regulations apply from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday on days university offices are open.

Parking lots are open after 6:00 p.m. weekdays and on weekends and holidays; no permit is required during these times. Service drives, handicapped zones, or 24-hour reserved areas, fire lanes, no parking zones etc, are enforced 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

We remind you that visitors who do not purchase a permit during parking hours risk receiving a citation. Anyone receiving three citations or more is subject to towing.


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