Langford is a place where lifelong friendships are formed and great memories are made. An all-male hall, Langford is built on a tradition of academic excellence as well as active involvement in the MSU community. The spacious rooms of Langford are a popular choice for many students. The weekends are packed with many co-ed activities with the women of Hapner and Hannon, intramural sporting events, movies, and billiards tournaments.
- Double (with roommate)
- 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.
- Triple (with 2 roommates - limited availability)
Special Living Options:
- Remodeled rooms in Fall 2012
- Remodeled public areas for Fall 2012
- Full length outdoor basketball court
- Game room
- TV lounge
- Floor lounges
- Weight room
- Ski wax room
- Computer room
- Laundry facilities
- Dark room
- Gun cleaning room and gun storage
- Free cable TV
- Direct and wireless internet access
Student Mailing Address:
100 Langford Hall, Box # ____
Bozeman, MT 59715-5078
Langford Front Desk:
Langford Residence Hall Association (RHA):
Langford is known for its traditionally strong RHA. Some of the events include Halloween trick-or-treating for local elementary schools, the Mistletoe Hop charity dance, Jim Bridger Days winter fest Olympics, and the Homerun Slugfest. Langford was Nationally recognized in December of 2008 for Community of the Month and awarded the 2003-2004 RHA Hall of the Year Award.
Office Phone: 406-994-3291
Brian Curran returns to Langford hall this fall semester as Resident Director at Montana State University. The 2016-2017 academic year will serve as Brian's second year as an RD at MSU; Brian established himself in Langford's community last year by jamming on his guitar at open mic-nights, hosting his own version of a late night talk show, and consistently coming in first place when playing Mario Kart against residents in the Jim Bridger Theater - just take his word for it, don't actually challenge him.
Brian originally hails from Victoria, Minnesota; earned a degree in English and a double minor in philosophy and communications media from St. Norbert College; coached high school cross country, cross country skiing and track (hurdles); and enjoys skiing and hanging out with his dog, Martha (aka 'Party Marty'), in his free time.
Names are listed in alphabetical order
|Joshua Bishop||Mechanical Engineering||Huson, MT|
|Brian Curran||Resident Director||Victoria, MN|
|Kisal Randula Denim Achchi Athukaralalage Do||Mechanical Engineering||Panadura, Sri Lanka|
|Marcus Jolovich||Electrical Engineering||Billings, MT|
|Scott Kaltenecker||Computer Engineering||Boise, ID|
|Brandon Klise||Computer Science||Missoula, MT|
|Kendall McDonald||Secondary Education||Spokane, WA|
|Christopher O'Donnell||Mechanical Engineering||Spokane, WA|
|Thane Reishus-O'Brien||Electrical Engineering||Juneau, AK|
|Zan Rost-Montieth||Electrical Engineering||Groton, CT|
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