Montana State University Resources

Counseling & Psychological Services

CPS provides individual counseling that is free and confidential to students who may need supportive services related to aspects of their social identities, including race/ethnicity, sex, gender, sexual orientation, religion/spirituality, ability status/disability, nationality, etc. To set up an appointment, call (406) 994-4531 or stop by 211 Swingle, above Student Health Services connected to the SUB.

Off Campus Student Life

This website is designed to help MSU students make a successful transition into the Bozeman community. These resources provide you information about what to look for when choosing a place to live, what to know when signing a lease, legal support available, and much more.

Office of Health Advancement

The Office of Health Advancement educates, empowers, and energizesthe MSU community to thrive through a balanced lifestyle. We promote generalized well-being by educating on topics such as sexual health, nutrition, physical activity, stress management, as well as the use of alcohol, tobacco, and other drugs. We address primary health and safety risks specific to the college population by applying evidence informed and collaborative prevention strategies.

Office of Student Engagement

The Office of Student Engagement provides and facilitates student engagement opportunities for MSU students through a variety of programs, events, services, and activities. 

LGBTQ Resources

The MSU LGBTQ+ Resource Directory provides a list of education, advocacy, and support resources for students identifying as LGBTQ+ or allies seeking information and resources. 

Voice Center

The VOICE Center is a peer-based program that provides education and advocacy on issues of sexual and domestic violence in the MSU community. They can talk to you, either on the phone or in person, about your relationship and concerns you may have; reporting options; temporary orders of protection; support groups; counseling, and medical resources available to you. 24-Hour Confidential Support Line (406) 994-7069

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The MSU Writing Center knowledges that language can be used to both empower and oppress. They are committed to learning with and for our community about the power of language. As a part of this learning, the Writing Center celebrates International Pronouns Day and acknowledges that "using someone’s correct personal pronouns is a way to respect them and create an inclusive environment, just as using a person’s name can be a way to respect them"

Women's Center

The Women's Center works with students, faculty, staff and community members to create an equitable environment through educational programs and support services. A department in the division of Student Success, the Women's Center encourages student engagement and expression, community involvement, critical thinking, and an exchange of ideas to enhance the classroom experience and move forward a dialogue surrounding gender constructs, identity and equality.


Community Resources (not affiliated wth MSU)

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The Bridgercare mission is to provide excellent, affordable reproductive and sexual healthcare and education in a safe, supportive, empowering atmosphere.

As the largest nonprofit reproductive and sexual healthcare clinic in Montana, they serve over 5,000 patients each year. Since 1972, Bridgercare has strived to meet the needs of our community, and we currently do so through six core service programs: Sliding Fee Scale; Teen Clinic; Gender Affirming Care; HavenCare, AspenCare and Promise Care; Peer Education; and Mental Health Care.

Healthy Gallatin

Healthy Gallatin provides resources, information, and access to services that empower healthy living in healthy communities.

From ensuring safe food and clean water to encouraging active lifestyles and raising happy families, we are here to mobilize and unlock the enormous potential of our community.

Brought to you by Gallatin City-County Health Department, where our mission is to promote and protect health and well-being in Gallatin County, Montana.

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Pride House is a space for young people to gather safely to learn about LGBTQ+ identity, receive guidance, and relax. It is a youth-led, adult-supported space focused on education, resource gathering, safety, and acceptance, a space where young people can interact without fear of being outed or criticized. Safe, reasonable, and communal, Pride House is a home for LGBTQ+ young people to build a network of support by:

  • Providing space for young people to be themselves and access appropriate supplies (food, company, quiet homework space, etc.)

  • Facilitating allyship through trainings and education

  • Supporting students in crisis with resources they may struggle to access (healthcare referrals, housing support, food insecurity, etc.)

  • Guiding community-building among the local LGBTQ+ young people

If you know of an existing program that is not included in this list, email [email protected] with information.