• Office of Institutional Equity
    • Promoting an inclusive, diverse and supportive environment for external members of the campus community and our employees and students to excel regardless of their race, color, national origin (ancestry), sex, sexual preference/orientation, gender identity, gender expression, transgender, marital or parental status, age, creed, religion or political beliefs, mental or physical disability, or status as a veteran.
    • Contact: (406) 994-2042 or oie@montana.edu
    • Location: Montana Hall Room 303
  • Child Development Center
    • Offers a year round early education program for young children, ages 3 through 5 years.
    • Contact: Christine Lux or (406) 994-5005
    • Location: 105 Herrick Hall
  • Counseling and Psychological Services
    • Contact: (406) 994-4531
    • Location: 211 Swingle 
  • Native American Studies Program
    • Provide and advance quality education for and about American Indians of Montana, the region, and the nation. In fulfilling this mission, the Department of Native American Studies is committed to meet the changing needs of Montana's Indian tribes and all Montana citizens through excellence in teaching, research, and service.
    • Contact: nas@montana.edu or (406) 994-3881
    • Location: 2-179 Wilson Hall
  • Queer-Straight Alliance
    • Promoting support and a safe place for MSU’s GLBT students, staff and faculty and allies.
    • Contact: qsamsu@montana.edu
  • VOICE Center
    • Mission: Committed to the belief that all people have the right to live free from violence and the fear of violence.
    • Contact: (406) 994-7142 or 994-5682 or Advocate Line: (406) 994-7069
    • Location: 370 Strand Union
  • Women's Center
    • Mission: Promote greater responsiveness to the needs of university women.
    • Contact: Betsy Danforth or (406) 994-3836
    • Location: 375 Strand Union
  • Women's and Gender Studies Program
    • The program encourages students to engage actively in the innovative and challenging work of interdisciplinary research by applying the critical and theoretical approaches of Women’s and Gender Studies to their major.
  • Diversity and Inclusion Student Commons
    • Mission: To bring together members of the Montana State University community and the community at large by increasing understanding and providing support for those who identify with the wide spectrum of diversity issues including race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, class, gender, and ability.
    • Contact: diversity@montana.edu or (406) 994-5801
    • Location: 368 Strand Union 
  • Division of Student Success
    • Enhance the learning environment of the University; support students in the attainment of their educational objectives; foster in students a sense of responsibility, self-directedness, community, and a positive identity with Montana State University.
    • Contact: studentsuccess@montana.edu or (406) 994-2828
    • Location: 174 Student Union
  • Associate Faculty of Montana State University
    • The union representatives that support tenure-track and adjunct faculty at Montana State University on matters of salaries, benefits, terms and conditions of employment.
    • Contact: associatedfacultymsu@gmail.com
  • Faculty Senate
    • The chief governance body of the faculty at Montana State University-Bozeman.
  • Professional Council
    • Provides a means for professional employees and administration to interact and to discuss, formulate, and recommend University policy to the appropriate University authority.
    • Contact: professionalcouncil@montana.edu 
  • Staff Senate
    • Mission: To promote collaborative efforts by classified staff with others on campus in mutual efforts to effectively and efficiently carry out the land-grant mission at Montana State University, Bozeman
  • Women's Faculty Caucus
    • An advisory group that was first organized in 2006 to address the concerns of women faculty as well as gender-specific issues across campus and beyond
  • Office of Institutional Equity
    • Promoting an inclusive, diverse and supportive environment for external members of the campus community and our employees and students to excel regardless of their race, color, national origin (ancestry), sex, sexual preference/orientation, gender identity, gender expression, transgender, marital or parental status, age, creed, religion or political beliefs, mental or physical disability, or status as a veteran.
    • Contact: (406) 994-2042 or oie@montana.edu
    • Location: Montana Hall Room 303
  • ADVANCE Project Tracs
    • Project TRACS: Empirically Investigating Transformation through Relatedness, Autonomy, and Competence Support 

      Project TRACS was a 3.8 million dollar grant from NSF whose goal was to transform Montana State University and broaden the participation of women faculty in STEM and underrepresented areas of Social and Behavioral Science (SBS) at MSU Bozeman. As former First Lady Obama articulated, invoking the metaphor of a “runner’ s track,” women faculty may find themselves on an “outside” track with hurdles to overcome and a longer distance to run. Our proposal initiatives aimed to transform MSU by removing those hurdles, advancing women to an equal starting point, and thus reducing the “accumulation of disadvantage” (Valian, 1998). 

  • Diversity & Inclusion at MSU
    • Diversity is vitally important at MSU. We believe that excellence at Montana State University is best achieved through a culture of intellectual and personal growth that is diverse and inclusive.
  • Associated Students of Montana State University (ASMSU)
    • The student government association serving as the elected voice of the students of MSU in Bozeman.