Upcoming Dates

**Check the "Calendar" tab to see important dates of future events*

2018 MSU Spring Rodeo Week

Sunday, April 8th
12:00 pm - Meet @ Fieldhouse to lay plywood
1:30 pm - Men's Team @ Pavilion to take down and load arena to get to the Fieldhouse

Monday, April 9th
2:00pm - Men's Team @ Fieldhouse to set up the arena
4:00pm - Breakaway Roping Practice @ Circle L - Group #1
5:00pm - Breakaway Roping Practice @ Circle L - Group #2
6:00-6:30pm - Goat Tying Practice @ Circle L

Tuesday, April 10th
2:30-3:30pm - Team Roping Practice @ Circle L
3:30-4:30pm - Steer Wrestling Practice @ Circle L
4:30-6:30pm - Tie Down Roping Practice @ Circle L
4:00-6:00pm - Barrel Racing Practice @ Fieldhouse (MSU Rodeo Team Members ONLY)

Wednesday, April 11th
11:50-12:15pm - Campus Walk in courtyard @ Montana Hall
3:00-4:00pm - Goat Tying @ Fieldhouse
3:00-4:30pm - Steer Wrestling @ Circle L
4:00-6:00pm - Train Breakaway Calves @ Fieldhouse (both Breakaway Groups be there at 4:00)
4:30-6:30pm - Team Roping @ Circle L

Thursday, April 12th
7:30am - XL Country Morning Show
5:00-6:00pm - Open Riding @ the Fieldhouse
7:00pm - Performance #1 - Entire team will ride in the grand entry  (slack after to finish the run on the cattle)

Friday, April 13th
10:00am - Slack (help needed running gates and stripping chute from anyone not up at that time)
5:00-6:00pm - Open Riding @ the Fieldhouse
7:00pm - Performance #2 - Entire team will ride in the grand entry (ALL Seniors will walk out and meet under crow's nest @ 6:45pm)

Saturday, April 14th
10:00am - Special Kids Rodeo @ Fieldhouse (please be in full western attire and wear your team vest)
4:30pm - Rodeo Calcutta @ Fieldhouse in the west lobby (invite your parents and friends) **Rodeo ticket is required for entry**
5:00-6:00pm - Open Riding @ Fieldhouse
7:00pm - Performance #3 - Entire team will ride in the grand entry (All long go winners will walk out. Meet under crow's nest @ 6:45pm)

Sunday, April 15th
6:00-7:00am - Open Riding @ Fieldhouse
8:00am - Rodeo #2 Slack (help needed running gates and stripping chute from anyone not up at that time)
2:00pm - Performance #4
4:30pm - EVERYONE TAKE DOWN ARENA - do not leave to put horses away. We will be done in a couple of hours with everyone's help.

 

 Horse Boarding

  • Horse boarding at the pavilion available. For more information email Julie Hagar at jhager@montana.edu.
  • $100/horse/month + hay. Pens available can feed when unable to, for more information contact Deb at (406) 579-0973.
  • Horse boarding 1/4 mile from the Fairgrounds. 2-3 acre pasture with water. $100/month per horse. Contact Ken at (406) 581-6149. 

Veterinarians

  • Dr. Gary &  Dr. Jacy Cook- All West Veterinary 406-586-4919

Need a Tutor?

Students can either visit http://www.msusmartycats.com and click on the "I WANT a Tutor" button, or stop by their office to fill out a request in person. When school starts, they'll be starting a new function of the tutoring database, where students can sign in and see the schedules of their tutors and sign up for a specific time to meet.  Once you do that, you'll just have to email/call the tutor and set up a place to meet and you'll be good to go. They'll also have drop-in tutoring for several "hard to pass" classes before their exams which will be available either online or in person. All tutoring sessions are now FREE, so don't hesitate to get one!