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Faculty Development Center


Marilyn Lockhart

Interim Director of Faculty Development
318 Montana Hall
(406) 994-4555
lockhart@montana.edu

Anne Angermeyr

Program Coordinator
212 Montana Hall
(406) 994-7136
annea@montana.edu

HELP! Help Centers For Life Outside Of Class

You can find assistance with about any type of problem on campus, not only academic help. Are you having problems with your roommate? Are you feeling homesick? Never be afraid to ask for help, many people on campus are ready to lend a hand or an ear.

The following links will connect you with a description of the resource, a telephone number, e-mail address, and the location of the office on campus.

Campus Help Centers- MSU A list of help centers, location, and hours on the Montana State University campus.

Dean of Students A direct link to the Montana State University Dean of Students.

Financial Aid - MSU The home page of The Office of Financial Aid. This site includes scholarship information, work study, grants, forms, loan information, and a FAQ section. Check out the links for other sources of financial aid and related information.

MSU Women's Center The Center was created to promote greater responsiveness to the needs of women. The Center is open to all students, staff, faculty, and community members (male and female).

VOICE Center The VOICE Center is a program of the Student Health Services that provides free and confidential support, advocacy, and referral services to survivors of rape, sexual assault, relationship violence, and stalking.

Student Health Services- MSU The Student Health Service Web Page outlines their health related programs as well as medical services. Browse this extensive site and see why MSU Student Health Services is such a vital part of the MSU campus.

Career Services-MSU The mission of Career Services is to provide opportunities and assistance for each Montana State University-Bozeman student and graduate to develop clear career direction, obtain relevant experience, and learn the skills and requirements necessary to conduct successful professional job searches.

Disability, Re-Entry & Veteran Services MSU-Bozeman has a proud history of accommodating persons with disabilities, and the staff at Disabled Student Services (DSS) is committed to providing you with the direction, advice and services needed to allow you the opportunity to participate fully in the rich and varied life at Montana State University. The guidebook is a collection of policies and procedures, helpful information, suggestions, and tips for new and prospective MSU students.

MSU Counseling and Psychological Services Counseling and Psychological Services (CPS) is supported by State funds, as well as through health fees obligatory to students carrying seven or more credits . Despite our offices being housed in the Swingle Health Building, CPS is not part of the Student Health Service, but rather an autonomous department within the Division of Student Affairs.