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ABOUT

Yellowstone Hall is home to 400 students providing updated and modern amenities for the on-campus population. The design encompasses updated double, single, and semi-suite style room layouts. The building also 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.

"NAC Architecture and SMA Architects created 10 distinct student neighborhoods throughout Yellowstone Hall at Montana State University, each with its own RA, shared bathrooms and community study and lounge space. Additionally, each floor within Yellowstone features a central hub that serves to connect these residential communities to one another. Shared amenities include a community kitchen, patio grills, a ski waxing room and a place for mountain bike repair." - Student Housing Business Magazine, May/June 2017

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Special Living Options:

  • Well-Being Living Learning Community

Features:

  • Kitchen
  • Floor study lounges
  • Laundry room
  • Outdoor patio area w/gas grills
  • Interior and exterior bike storage
  • Bike/Ski Maintenance Room
  • Weapon storage
  • Free cable TV
  • Direct and wireless internet access
  • Large main lobby w/Fireplace

Yellowstone Hall Residence Hall Association (RHA):

Yellowstone RHA offers the annual Yellowstone Royale providing an exciting night of games and community engagement for all on-campus students in the lobby of Yellowstone Hall. 

Student Mailing Address:

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

Yellowstone Hall Front Desk:

406-994-2966

Room Options:

  • Double (with roommate)
  • Single (limited availability)
  • Double Semi-Suite w/private bathroom
  • 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)

Double Room Panoramic

Single Room Panoramic


Resident Director

Tia Kasper

Tia Kasper

Resident Director

Tia is new to Montana and being a Bobcat. She has lived all over the nation and oversees, but calls Western Washington home where her family currently resides. She graduated from Washington State University with a B.S. in Psychology in 2015 and from The Ohio State University with a M.A. in Higher Education and Student Affairs in 2017. She has 5 years of experience in residence life and 6 years of experience in both academic and student affairs. She is especially passionate about wellness and mindfulness practices. She really hopes to help students learn how to be well and thrive as classes and life happen. Tia knows that Yellowstone will have an awesome year because of its residents’ energy and its staff’s awesome-ness.

In her free time, Tia loves to take walks, thrift shop, hang with her cat, and talk endlessly about music. If you really want to win her heart, bring her some dark chocolate almonds or gluten free cupcakes!

 

Hall Staff

Yellowstone Hall Staff
Names are listed in picture order, left to right

Name Major Hometown
 Logan gunderson Cell Biology & Neuroscience / Biochemistry Glasgow, MT
Jenna Severson Biochemistry Rapid City, SD
Elijah Blake Computer Science Post Falls, ID
Melissa Pollard Exercise Science Whitefish, MT
Brent Bergman Eletrical Engineering Houston, TX
Saydee Wolff Exercise Science Roundup, MT
Logan Ladd Computer Science Billings, MT
Tia Kasper Resident Director Seabeck, WA
Tad Martynowicz Mechanical Engineering Anchorage, AK
Julia Scailey Early Childhood Development Twin Mt, MH
Avery Joyner Studio Art Hamilton, MT
Elijah Blake Computer Science Post Falls, ID

 

Hall Photos

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

Click on an image to view as a slideshow.

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