If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Minority Admissions Representative, Heather Wofford:
- 888-MSU-CATS (toll free)
- 406-994-1983 (direct)
There are more than 30 support programs for Native American Students at Montana State University.
Engineering Minority Program (EMPower) and Designing Our Community (DOC): For those students interested in majoring in one of the ten degrees offered through the College of Engineering. The EMPower Student Center is located in the "heart" of the engineering complex in the College of Engineering, Roberts Hall 313.
Caring for Our Own Program: Based out of the College of Nursing, this program is designed to increase enrollment and graduation of Native American nurses.
Diversity Awareness Office: To expose all students to diversity issues in the form of cultural events and workshops, and provide a venue for you to have a voice in creating fun and exciting opportunities
Native American Studies: Home to the American Indian Council, the NAS department offers a minor is Native American Studies and a Master's in Native American Studies, in addition to scholarships and tutoring services.
Office of Student Success: The Office of Student Success is designed specifically with you (and your goal to graduate from MSU) in mind. From free tutoring, to evening study sessions before your big mid-term exams (with your favorite pizza pie), to earning points through our ChampChange program, to meeting with Student Success Advisors who can help you with your short term and career goals, we are here with your success in mind.
American Indian Research Opportunities: A consortium of Montana's seven Tribal Colleges and Montana State University, dedicated to providing opportunities for American Indian students in career fields where they are significantly underrepresented.
Gathering Together: A complete list of all the Native American Student Support Services and outreach programs.