Johnstone Center is composed of three wings: Pryor, Colter, and Mullan.
An energetic and social wing of Johnstone Center, Mullan is a place for traditional-age students. Mullan provides a smaller, more intimate living environment where close friendships develop early. Mullan is a co-ed wing, separate gender by floor.
Pryor and Colter wings of Johnstone Center are co-ed wings with separate genders by floor. It is the only living option exclusive to students over the age of 21. This is a popular living option where students return year after year because they feel comfortable and at home. Also, many international students reside here, creating a fun and diverse community. Pryor and Colter wings offer single rooms with ample closet space, sinks, a lounge chair and carpet.
Room Options (Mullan Wing):
- Double (with roommate)
- Single (limited availability)
- Double-as-single (limited availability)
Room Options (Pryor and Colter Wings):
- Large Single
- Small Single
Special Living Options (Pryor, Colter and Mullan Wings):
- All female floors
- All male floors
- Weight room
- Weapon storage
- Laundry in the basement of Pryor & Colter
- Piano in the lobby
- Vending machines in the lobby
- Big screen TV in the lobby
- Game room with pool table, foosball, and ping pong
- Computer room
- Sinks in Pryor and Colter rooms (except for Colter basement)
- Free cable TV
- Direct and wireless internet access
- Harrison Dining Hall is located in Johnstone Center
Johnstone Center Residence Hall Association (RHA):
Johnstone Center offers a variety of events tailored to the needs of its residents. Some of their major events include the Johnstone Center Masquerade Ball, social activities on Saturday nights including raft trips, karaoke and open mic nights. There are many opportunities to get involved and participate in activities in-hall, on-campus and around the local Bozeman community.
Student Mailing Address:
100 Mullan, Room ____
Bozeman, MT 59715-5000
100 Johnstone Center, Room ____
Bozeman, MT 59715-5076
Office Phone: 994-3481
Blake was raised in Fairfield, Montana and graduated from Montana State University with a degree in Health and Human Development. He is currently pursuing a Masters in Adult & Higher Education with a focus on Student Affairs.
This will be Blake's ninth year at MSU and his second as a Resident Director. Before that, Blake worked as a student desk clerk, served on the Residence Hall Association Executive Board, and was a full-time Administrative Associate for the Residence Life office.
Blake is looking forward to working with students to make their time at MSU as memorable as his was and is excited about the upcoming year. In his spare time, Blake enjoys exploring the beauty of the Gallatin Valley, reading a good book, and relaxing with good friends.