Countdown to Graduation
GRADUATION IS IN SIGHT!!!
We believe in you. We believe in your ability to graduate from Montana State University. With your degree in hand we believe that you will be able to change and shape the world for the better through your education, grit, and perseverance. After all -- you are a Bobcat!
With your degree almost in hand, know that MSU is committed to helping you develop your career path and understand how to manage finances after graduation. Please leverage these links and services below to ensure you begin that next stage of your life with a plan and a sense of direction.
GRADUATION IS ALMOST IN SIGHT!?!?
Running into a few road blocks as you work towards graduation? Please contact the Graduation HELP Desk by emailing [email protected]. Our team is here to help you navigate questions and challenges that might prevent you from a timely graduation. There is no question or challenge too big or small. Don’t delay, contact us today. We want to see you graduate from Montana State University!
The end is insight! Let’s focus on viewing your financial plan in a different way. Now is the time to think about your post-graduation budget and shape habits that will ensure you develop a long-term financial plan. We can also support you with reviewing the financial packages with multiple job offers, salary negotiation, student loans, and those first considerations for retirement planning (yes it begins immediately upon graduation).
Work with the experienced Financial Coaches at the Office of Financial Education. In addition to building a good financial plan, they can assist with exit counseling,
help you figure out your loan servicer, and so much more!
The Career Coaches at Career, Internship & Student Employment Services believe that career planning is a process that most people undergo a number of times during a lifetime. Statistics suggest that the average person will make major career changes between 3 and 5 times during their lifetime of work.
While we won’t tell you "what to do", we can give you the tools, resources, and coaching so that you can make a good decision about your major, occupational goals and lifestyle as they relate to your perceived career path.