Deadlines for registration, paying your bill and other student activities at MSU can be found on the MSU Calendar. Calendar filters located on the left navigation area will help you find the appropriate dates.
DegreeWorks will help you determine what courses you need to take to complete your degree program or provide you with alternative scenarios if you are considering changing your major.
MSU's Office of Student Success has many resources to help you connect on campus, find a tutor to help you get through that math or literature course, or discover your life's passion. Check them out!
Students receive the Conduct Code upon arrival at MSU. The Code explains how “IT” works at MSU – from instructors responsibilities related to grading to the definition of academic misconduct. Refer to the Code so you know your rights and responsibilities while a member of the MSU community.
If you have a complaint about your education or experience at MSU, you are encouraged to address the complaint through the appropriate process (Identify or link). If your issue or situation is not resolved through that process, distance education students may contact Dr. Kim Obbink, Executive Director, Extended University and on-campus students may contact Provost Martha Potvin to file a complaint. Complaints that remain unresolved after engaging in the above-referenced process may be further pursued in the following manners:
- An individual adversely affected by the final decision of a university president may appeal the decision to the Commissioner of Higher Education and the Board of Regents pursuant to Board of Regents' Policy 203.5.2.
- Complaints concerning broad institutional academic practices, such as those that raise issues regarding an institution's ability to meet accreditation standards, may be filed with the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.
- Complaints concerning consumer protection violations may be directed to the Montana Department of Justice Office of Consumer Protection.
- Individuals enrolled in an online or distance course with the Montana University System and residing outside of the State of Montana can seek to utilize the complaint processes in their state of residence. View the list of information regarding the complaint processes of other states.
If you get suspended from MSU, download the appeal cover sheet and contact the Assistant/Associate Dean in your College.
- Agriculture: Nora Smith,
- Arts and Architecture: Erica Dungan
- Business: Brenda Truman
- Education, Health and Human Development:
- Engineering: Christine Foreman
- Letters and Science: David Cherry
Students with academic standing of probation or suspend warning can download a PASS Plan form. Meet with your Assistant/Associate Dean in your College to complete the PASS Plan.
To get a transcript of your courses and grades, contact the Registrar's Office.
The following Student Forms and many others that you may need while studying here at MSU can be found on the Registrar's Office website.
- Baccalaureate Degree Application
- Curriculum Changes
- Enrollment or Degree Verification Request
- I Grade Form
- Intent to Register