Yellowstone Hall



MSU houses 4,200 students in the residence halls with a student body of over 15,000 students.  Approximately 70% of the on-campus population is comprised of freshmen students, with an increasing enrollment, Yellowstone Hall provides a unique and innovative living option for new freshman students.

Yellowstone Hall houses 400 co-ed freshmen students providing updated and modern amenities for the on-campus population. The design encompasses updated double, single, and semi-suite style room layouts. The new building includes amenities such as resident meeting spaces, collaborative academic work areas, lounge space, a kitchen area, interior and exterior bike storage and a bike maintenance room.

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Room Options:

  • Double (with roommate)
  • Single (limited availability)
  • Semi-Suite (limited availability) 


  • Bicycle Maintenance room
  • Covered Bicycle storage
  • Kitchen
  • Big screen TV on first floor
  • Floor lounges with TV
  • Study lounges
  • Laundry facilities on first floor
  • Gun cleaning room and gun storage
  • Free cable TV
  • Direct and wireless internet access

Panoramic View of a Room:

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Student Mailing Address:

Student Name
200 Yellowstone Hall, Room ____
Bozeman, MT 59715-5033

Yellowstone Hall Front Desk:


Resident Director

Isaac Hunter

Isaac Hunter

Resident Director

Originally from Stevensville, Montana, Isaac graduated from Montana State University with a bachelor of science in marketing and minors in finance and Spanish. This will be Isaac’s third year as a Resident Director and his seventh year working in Residence Life. He is very excited to open our brand new freshmen residence hall and is looking forward to creating a safe and welcoming environment on campus. Isaac also serves as the Coordinator of Staff Training and Selection and oversees the hiring and training process for all of our Resident Advisors across campus.

Outside of the halls, Isaac enjoys the outdoors, including skiing on water in the summer and snow in the winter. He also enjoys traveling and spending time with friends and family.

Yellowstone Hall Staff
Names are listed in alphabetical order

Name Major Hometown
Siri Devlin Environmental Science Attelboro. MA
Elliot Hagan Financial Engineering Billings, MT
Isaac Hunter Resident Director Stevensville, MT
Ian Latour Mechanical Engineering Fort Collins, CO
Braden Marjerison University Studies Columbus, MT
Micah McFeely Food and Nutrition Whitefish, MT
Jacie Meldrum Psychology Havre, MT
Jenna Severson Chemistry Rapid City, SD
Kole Tison Cell Biology and Neuroscience Hamilton, MT
McCall Voy Liberal Studies Great Falls, MT
Aidan Wade Modern Literatures Helena, MT


Hall Photos

Example of a single roomExample of a semi-suite roomExample of a double room

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In the News

"MSU's new Yellowstone Hall opens to 400 incoming students" MSU News Service - September 16, 2016

"Yellowstone Hall to open soon at MSU Bozeman" NBC Montana - September 16, 2016

"MSU's newest dorm opens today" KBZK - September 16, 2016

"New MSU dorm, Yellowstone, aims to encourage student exploration" Bozeman Daily Chronicle - August 7, 2016

"MSU officials break ground for new residence hall" KTVM - September 11, 2014

"MSU's new freshman dorm designed to feel homey, save money and energy" Bozeman Daily Chronicle - September 8, 2014

"MSU busy with $70 million in building projects" Bozeman Daily Chronicle - May 27, 2014

"MSU Selects Langlas and Associates to Construct New $35 Million Residence Hall"MSU News - January 17, 2014

"MSU Chooses Site for New Residence Hall"MSU News - December 12, 2013

"MSU Exploring Possibility of New Residence Hall and Dining Renovations"MSU News - September 6, 2013