Students having lunch in Miller Dining Commons

Miller Dining Commons opened in 2015 after a $15 million renovation.

In the past decade, MSU has added over 4,000 students to campus. Along the way, we have invested hundreds of millions of dollars in new and improved infrastructure to help improve the student experience. Residence hall renovations, classroom upgrades, additional parking spaces, and new academic buildings have all occurred within the past five years, raising the bar for quality of life on our Bozeman campus.

Along the way, MSU has dedicated itself to a sustainable future, with each new major building project since 2011 receiving at least LEED silver status, an international standard focusing on leadership in energy and environmental design.  MSU plans for each new building built on campus to meet this standard moving forward.

Check out some of our most recent projects below, as well as what's slated for the future!

Milestones & Achievements


Sample image of a potential Wellness Center
A $60 million Student Wellness Center opens, providing new student recreation, counseling, and health facilities.


Rendering of the Bobcat Athletic Center
The $18 million Bobcat Athletic Complex opens at Bobcat Stadium, providing a new home for MSU's football team.


Romney Hall exterior in summertime.
Romney Hall opens after a $25 million renovation, expanding student support centers and adding 1,000 classroom seats to campus.


President Cruzado announcing a donation for the American Indian Hall.
A $20 million American Indian Hall opens, providing a new home for the American Indian Student Center.


New residence hall concept art
Hyalite Hall opens on campus, increasing living options for incoming students.


Asbjornson Hall concept art
Asbjornson Hall opens, adding a new $50 million building to MSU's Norm Asbjornson College of Engineering.


Dining pavilion concept art
A new 700-seat dining pavilion opens on the northeast side of campus, bringing new eating options to students.


New parking garage
MSU's first parking garage opens, adding 150 parking spaces to campus in anticipation of future growth.


Yellowstone Hall grand opening
Yellowstone Hall, MSU's newest residence hall, opens and adds 400 beds to campus.


Jabs Hall under construction
Jabs Hall opens, a new $18 million home for the Jake Jabs College of Business & Entrepreneurship.