Information most relevent to graduate students can be found on The Graduate School website. This includes admissions, programs, policies and procedures, dates and deadlines, forms and financial support.

Undergraduate Advising

Letters and Science Advising Commons

2-205 Wilson Hall
(406) 994-4254

University Studies Academic Advising Center

130 Gaines Hall
(406) 994-3532

[email protected]

Health Professions Advising

324 Culbertson Hall
(406) 994-1670

[email protected]

Pre-Law Advising

130 Gaines Hall
(406) 994-3532

[email protected]

Academic Support

Math and Stat Center

Students in eligible courses can obtain tutoring from trained staff in the Math and Stat Center.

220 Romney Hall
(406) 994-3601

Writing Center

Wilson Hall 1-114, (406) 994-5315

Romney Hall 207, (406) 994-5320

MSU Library, (406) 994-4346

[email protected]

Navigating Suspension

Information for those close to suspension status, currently suspended, seeking to appeal suspension, or looking to come back to MSU after a suspension. 

Other Student Resources

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Access

As the largest center for education and research at MSU, we know that diversity is our strength. We welcome you to join us in our commitment to celebrating, cultivating and supporting diversity.

The Dean's Student Travel Fund

The Dean’s Student Travel Fund program provides grants for undergraduates and graduate students to present original research, papers, or posters at professional and academic conferences.


Each year, MSU holds a fall commencement ceremony in December and spring commencement ceremonies in May. The College of Letters & Science also hosts a college commencement celebration.


College of Letters & Science Student Awards

Each spring the College recognizes two graduating seniors with the Dean's Award for Academic Excellence and two graduate teaching assistants with the Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant Award.

Kopriva Graduate Student Fellowships

Kopriva Graduate Student Fellowships are awarded to outstanding graduate students to enhance their research thesis, including travel to meetings or for instruction, books, supplies and special research services.

Professional Portraits

Professional portraits for graduate students are available free of charge from University Communications. Portraits are taken on Monday mornings at the Nopper Building, 920 Technology Blvd.


If you would like to hang a banner from the railings of the Wilson Hall exterior elevated walkways,
please complete the Wilson Banner Space Reservation Form.