The professional staff at Counseling & Psychological Services (CPS) offer free, confidential counseling to eligible students and have a strong commitment to meeting the needs of all people. CPS also strives to create a safe and accepting environment where individuals from all diverse spectrums feel welcome, respected, and understood.
Location: 211 Swingle, above Student Health Services
The Diversity and Inclusion Student Commons (DISC) provides information and support to the entire university community, including LGBTQ+ individuals, in the areas of multicultural awareness and community building, prejudice reduction and practical resources relating to diversity issues.
Contact: Barbara do Amaral
Location: Student Commons: SUB 185; Administrative Office: SUB 286
Mission: The Queer-Straight Alliance at Montana State University strives to be the
premier LGBTQ+ advocacy group in the university and surrounding community. It focuses
on developing community, fostering education, and empowering action from and regarding
Meetings: Mondays at 7pm in SUB 235, fall and spring academic semesters.
Has a selection of books and materials available on LGBTQ+ issues.
Mission: Victim Options in the Campus Environment –The VOICE Center is a program of
Student Health Service that provides free and confidential support, advocacy, and
referral services to survivors of rape, sexual assault, relationship violence, and
stalking. The VOICE Center strives to impact change by providing effective outreach and education on the roots of violence
and oppression while challenging societal norms.
Location: SUB 370
Work Phone: 406-994-5682