Outreach Activities and Organizations
- Academic Technology & Outreach - assists MSU in advancing excellence in teaching, learning, research and public
- Outreach - an academic outreach arm of Montana State University, dedicated to sharing MSU's vast resources with the citizens of our communities at the local, state, regional, national and international level.
- American Indian Research Opportunities (AIRO) - consortium of Montana's seven Tribal Colleges and Montana State University in Bozeman, dedicated to providing opportunities for American Indian students in career fields where they are significantly underrepresented.
Outreach & Engagement Council - strategically champions engagement at MSU through outreach, leadership, and service to fulfill the land-grant mission.
- Center for American Indian and Rural Health Equity (CAIRHE) - CAIRHE investigators educate MSU undergraduate and graduate students and tribal college students by involving them as research assistants in project work, including fieldwork and service learning in Montana's rural communities.
- EMPower - promotes the success of underrepresented minorities and women in engineering and other fields of STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics).
- Montana IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence - a collaborative network of Ph.D.-granting institutions, baccalaureate schools and tribal colleges that invests in Montana's biomedical research capacity and workforce pipeline.
- Council of American Indian Programs (CAIP) - CAIP has representatives from over 33 programs across campus that provide support for American Indian student success at MSU. Julian Collins, Director of TRiO Student Support Services, and Lisa Perry, Director of American Indian/Alaska Native Student Success Services, are the current co-chairs of CAIP.
- TRiO Student Support Service program - The goal of TRiO SSS is to increase the college retention and graduation rates of its participants, and to inform the academic community of best practices and strategies for retaining and graduating all students.