About Student Engagement
The Office of Student Engagement (OSE) provides and facilitates student engagement opportunities for MSU students through a variety of programs, events, services, and activities. We are THE HUB for students interested in connecting with their fellow Bobcats through student government, student organizations, programs and events, and engaging in service to the community.
The Office of Student Engagement fosters meaningful engagement opportunities that challenge, support and empower students to be leaders on campus, in the community and beyond.
Transform students through life-changing engagement experiences.
Meet the Students
Meet our ASMSU Executive Student Team
Meet our ASMSU Student Senators
Meet the Staff
Administrative Associte Manager
Molly is committed to engagement, personal growth, and teamwork within MSU and the larger Gallatin Valley community. In the Office of Student Engagement, she responsible for strategic initiatives, collaboration, and morale. She advises the ASMSU student program directors, supervises staff and is responsible for the overall budgets for OSE. Molly also works closely with Student Success to further MSU in strategic plans and initiatives.
Molly loves calling the Gallatin Valley home, her favorite season is fall, she loves chocolate, and Blue and Gold runs in her veins! Molly joins the Office of Student Engagement after working in The Office of Admissions and The Office of Residence Life. She has been a proud Bobcat since 2016.
She received her Double Bachelor’s Degrees in Business Marketing and Business Management from Montana State University- Billings. She is currently pursuing her Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of Montana.
In her free time, you can catch Molly watching her favorite Hulu and Netflix shows, baking and cooking, and adventuring around Montana with her family.
Leadership & Engagement Program Manager
Chris is passionate about bringing students together at Montana State University. Headvises the ASMSU Events team, where he supports student-led programming by advising 8 student directors who take the lead on hosting more than 40 campus programs and events for their peers every year.Chris works closely with the rest of the Office of Student Engagement team to foster community building and service opportunities for a diverse group of Montana State University students.
Chris hails from the desert southwest where he gained his affinity for climbing and other backcountry outdoor activities. After graduating from the University of Arizona with a degree in International Studies, Chris lived and worked seasonally as an outdoor guide and educator in Alaska, Colorado, New Zealand, and finally Montana. His work in the outdoor industry helped Chris recognize the value of cohesive, productive, and mission driven teams. When Chris is not at the Office for Student Engagement, he can be found happily exploring the mountains around Bozeman on his mountain bike, in his running shoes, or on his skis (preferably with a good friend or four).
Registered Student Organizations Program Manager
ASMSU Communications Program Manager
Marrakech was born in Jackson, WY, spending a portion of their early schooling in Boulder, CO. They got their B.A. degrees from Seattle University in Environmental Studies and Public Affairs. Marrakech’s passion centers on empowering college students in taking control of their undergraduate experience and celebrating the change-making work they do. After graduating from the West coast they returned to the mountain West here at MSU to continue on their journey of mentorship and guidance. They are ecstatic at the opportunity to support students through the Office of Student Engagement and enjoy the process of community building here in Montana.
When they aren’t working, Marrakech is either out in the wilderness adventuring or enjoying the creature comforts of town. You can find them climbing in Gallatin Canyon, skiing at Bridger, or rafting on the Yellowstone river on the weekends! They also enjoy reading a good book (usually a memoir or fantasy adventure) at the park or going downtown for a good meal with friends. Marrakech is also involved in Bozeman, sitting on a few community organization boards; something that fills them up with joy and gets them out meeting the wonderful people of this town.
Civic & Community Engagement Program Manager
Kim is from the East Coast where she grew up in Massachusetts and graduated from Northeastern University in 2018 with her B.S. in Economics and Environmental Studies. After graduating, she moved to Montana to work with the Montana Conservation Corps, soon after moving to Arizona to work as a Program Coordinator for the Arizona Trail Association's youth programs. Eventually moving back to Bozeman, Kim worked as both a ski instructor and pre-school teacher before landing in the Office of Student Engagement at MSU. Kim is passionate about community engagement and education, so she is excited to be working to provide meaningful engagement opportunities for both the Bozeman and Montana State communities.
Where to Find Us
221 & 222 Strand Union Building (SUB) // Across from the Ask-Us Desk
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