Native American Education and Outreach Projects

Montana State University embraces the traditions and heritage of our Native American students, faculty and staff, and we are committed to improving and expanding opportunities for American Indian students and communities. Currently, 53 tribal nations and 15 U.S. states are represented in our student body, faculty and staff.

This site includes a list of programs that are offered through MSU with the support of our many partners, including Montana's tribal colleges. It is our genuine hope that this site provides inspiration and opens the door for more partnerships and creative initiatives.

For Prospective and Current MSU students

For Transfer and Distance Learning Students; Professional Development

Community Outreach

Indian Program Directors

Montana State University's Indian Program Directors group serves as the resource and communication center for Native American cross-cultural, academic, and student support initiatives at MSU. For further information or to get involved, contact Florence M. Garcia, Chair, at fgarcia@montana.edu, (406) 994-4541.

This Web site was produced by the MSU President's Office, MSU Indian Program Directors and MSU Extended University.