Task Force and Committees
Connecting the communities of MSU AND Bozeman
What: The Good Neighbor Committee (GNC) is a collaborative effort between Montana
State University, the City of Bozeman and other community partners. The focus is promoting
positive neighborly behaviors and encouraging engagement between community residents
Leadership Opportunities: The largest opportunity that the GNC offers is involvement. It is necessary that students are communicating positive engagement ideas and learning opportunities through email or public comment. There is also potential for involvement in the recent Walk this Way initiative for student volunteers.
Meeting: The good neighbor committee meets once a month at various locations. (Fire house, City Hall, and at the university) Please contact people below for date and location of next meeting.
Tanya Andreasen, City of Bozeman Neighborhoods Program Coordinator
Outreach and Engagement Council
Join the Outreach and Engagement Council Today
What: Promote Engagement by discussing and implementing outreach strategies between the university and other communities within the Bozeman area!
Leadership Opportunities: Foster Leadership both within the university and within yourself through dialogue, gained experience, and leadership opportunities! Facilitate Service by creating an environment where students can take their acquired knowledge from MSU then apply it on campus and in communities throughout the world!
Meetings: First Tuesday of Every Month from 9:00 - 10:30 AM in EPS 128
Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC)
What: The Student Health Advisory Committee (SHAC) is a small group of students who
are committed to improving health resources for students on the MSU campus. We work
closely with the Student Health Service to provide health information for students,
including sexual health, tobacco, alcohol and other drugs, mental health, nutrition,
and other preventative healthcare. We are also involved in psychological and counseling
Leadership Opportunities: Membership is by application only.
Meeting: Twice a month for members.
Timeline: Currently, we are working towards building a new student health building on campus.
For more information, or to apply to be a member of SHAC, please send us an email at [email protected].
What: The Bicycle Task Force is composed of MSU faculty, staff, and students committed to promoting and improving bicycling to, from, and around the Bozeman campus.
Leadership Opportunities: educating students on cycling issues, possible League of American Bicyclists Course Instructor certification, ride leader, community liaison
Meeting: no set schedule. Please email [email protected] for more information on meeting times and locations.