Emotional support

Being in quarantine can be a challenging and isolating experience. It is important to focus on both your physical and emotional well-being during this time.

MSU’s Counseling and Psychological Services has a wide range of opportunities for support. If you would like to talk with someone for additional support while in quarantine or isolation, you can call CPS at 406-994-4531 and they can connect you with one of their counselors.

If you are experiencing a mental health crisis or need immediate support, there are emergency resources available.

Let's Talk informal consultations

Not all students want or need on-going counseling but could benefit from an informal consultation from one of our professionals.

Tools for coping with COVID-19

Learn self-care tips to protect your mental health during the COVID-19 crisis. Visit MSU’s Counseling and Psychological Services website for more information and resources.

Academic support

Quarantine can be inconvenient and even disruptive. The Allen Yarnell Center for Student Success has success coaches, tutors, and a number of resources to support your academic progress while in quarantine and beyond. Submit an AYCSS request form and someone will be in touch!

Financial assistance

Reach out to MSU’s Office of Financial Education for information on assistance programs and resources. They can be reached at 406-994-4388.

Food assistance

We ask that you use a delivery service to buy groceries and supplies rather than curbside pick-up. Instacart is one option for grocery delivery, however many grocery stores provide delivery services as well. Check your preferred store’s website for more information. Alternatively, you can ask a friend to shop for you and deliver it to your doorstep.

If purchasing groceries is a financial strain at this time, reach out to the Gallatin Valley Food Bank. They provide free food to get you through your isolation period. For more information go to gallatinvalleyfoodbank.org or to set up a food pickup or call them at 406-586-7600.

Last Updated: May 3, 2022