Roskie Hall sits on the banks of Roskie Creek, a stone's throw away from the MSU Intramural fields, and just 15 minutes from Hyalite National Forest. Traditionally, Roskie Hall forms one of the closest hall communities on campus and is often recognized for its quality hall wide events. Roskie is an upbeat community for the serious student who also enjoys meeting people and living college life to the fullest.

Special Living Options:

  • Male and female Sophomore and Above floors
  • All male floors
  • All female floor


  • Game room
  • Kitchen
  • Floor study lounges
  • Laundry rooms on each floor
  • Piano in the main lobby
  • Ski wax room
  • Free cable TV in the public areas of the Residence Hall
  • Direct and wireless internet access
  • Large main floor lounge with big screen TV

Roskie Hall Residence Hall Association (RHA):

Roskie Hall Council offers the annual Roskie 5K, a very popular community race, as well as social events throughout the year.

Student Mailing Address:

Student Name
200 Roskie Hall, Room ____
Bozeman, MT 59715-5080

Roskie Hall Front Desk:


Room Options:

  • Double (with roommate)
    • Room Measurements - 14'5" x 15'3"
    • Ceiling Height - 7'11"
    • Bed Frame Dimensions - 79" L x 38" W x 8.5" H
    • Desk Dimensions -
    • Window Size - 38” W x 43” H
    • Closet Size - 45" (opening) 86" (floor to ceiling)
  • Single (limited availability)
    • Room Measurements - 11' x 15'3" (roughly)
    • Ceiling Height - 7'11"
    • Bed Frame Dimensions - 79" L x 38" W x 8.5" H
    • Window Size - 38” W x 43” H
  • Double-as-single (limited availability) *Double-as-Single rooms are not available before the upcoming academic term. This option is awarded during the current semester based on occupancy.
  • Deluxe single (Sophomore and Above)
    • Room Measurements - 14'5" x 15'3"
    • Ceiling Height - 7'11"
    • Window Size - 38” W x 43” H

Double Room Panoramic

Community Director

Jonathan Gaytan
Community Director
Office Phone: 406-994-4393

Originally from Antioch CA, Jonathan graduated from Bethany College with a Bachelors in Secondary Social Studies Education. He has previously worked as a Resident Advisor for three and a half years as well as a 6th Grade Social Studies teacher for three years in Kansas and Colorado. After deciding to leave teaching, he still wanted to impact students in a positive way and decided to move to Montana for a new start! This is Jonathan's first year at Montana State and he is excited to make connections with students and help those around him succeed in and out of the classroom. He is excited to create a strong and welcoming culture in Roskie this upcoming school year.

Outside of work, Jonathan enjoys being involved in his church, going to the gym, being outside, and watching anime and sports.


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