Montana Hall at MSU Bozeman

 

Please note: Prior to registering for classes, former students must file an Intent to Register form with the Registrar's Office; new students and summer-only students must apply for admission to MSU.

Student Categories

Continuing Students

  • Continuing students are registered in courses during Spring Semester 2021.
  • Continuing students are automatically admitted to Summer Session and may simply register in the same manner and at the same time as they do for Fall Semester 2021. The Summer registration alternate PIN (also referred to as "adviser code" or "registration code") is the same number that continuing students have been assigned to use for Fall registration.
  • Registration begins March 29th on the Web (refer to Fall 2020 Registration Handbook for registration timetable).

Former Students

  • Former students are those who have previously been admitted to MSU and paid fees, but who did not attend or withdrew from Spring Semester.
  • Former students must file an Intent to Register form with the Registrar's Office. Former students should use the online Intent to Register  through MyInfo. Registration information will be sent via the email address provided on the Intent to Register form.

New Students

New students are those who have not previously been admitted to MSU and who wish to enroll in the University as degree-seeking students. Before new students are allowed to register for courses, they must apply for admission and be accepted into the University. Please see the New Student Welcome Letter and the New Student Checklist for Session Orientation from Korrin Engel, Director of Orientation.

Registration Procedure - Undergraduates

  • Advising for new Summer Session students will begin April 12 and Registration will begin April 12. All new students will be advised by the Academic Advising Center (AAC).
  • Students should contact the AAC at (406) 994-3532 or [email protected] to schedule an advising appointment (these can be done in person, or via phone or Skype).
  • Following the advising appointment, students will be given their registration "PIN" (or code) along with instructions on how to register for Summer Session courses.
  • Students are required to attend an Orientation session before registering for Fall Semester courses. The AAC advisor will put a hold on the student's account so they cannot register for fall classes until they attend an Orientation session.
  • Transfer students may select Orientation Option 1 (spend one weekday on campus between April 15 and August 16) or Option 2 (attend the Transfer Student Orientation Program on Aug. 25). Freshman students may select a summer or fall Orientation session.
  • For more information about MSU Orientation, or to register for an Orientation session, please go to:http://www.montana.edu/admissions/orientation/ . 

Registration Procedure - Graduates

  • New graduate students may register on the Web via MyInfo (instructions will be included with your admission acceptance letter from The Graduate School). 
  • Check Your Registration Status
    Check your registration status on the Web via MyInfo by following these links: Enter Secure Area; Login (follow instructions on that page); Student Services; Registration; Student Detail Schedule.
  • Obtain Your Fee Summary
    Obtain your fee summary on the Web via MyInfo by following these links: Enter Secure Area; Login (follow instructions on that page); Student Services; Student Records; Electronic Billing & Payment. 
  • Pay Your Fees
    Fee payment is due by the third day of class and may be done online, by mail, or in person at the Student Accounts cashier's window, Montana Hall. For more information, visit the Summer Fees page.

Summer-Only and Other Non-Degree Students

Summer-only students are those who have not previously been admitted to MSU and who wish to attend just the summer term. A typical summer-only student is one who seeks to earn MSU credits during Summer Session and then transfer those credits to their home campus elsewhere. Other summer-only students may include non-degree graduates or practicing teachers who wish to earn credits for purposes of recertification or salary advancement.

Before summer-only students are allowed to register for courses, they must apply for admission and be accepted into the University.

Registration Procedure - Undergraduates

    • Advising for Summer Session only students will begin April 10 and Registration will begin April 10. All new students will be advised by the Academic Advising Center (AAC).
  • Students should contact the AAC at (406) 994-3532 or [email protected] to schedule an advising appointment (these can be done in person, or via phone or Skype).
  • Following the advising appointment, students will be given their registration "PIN" (or code) along with instructions on how to register for Summer Session courses.

Registration Procedure - Graduates

  • New graduate students may register on the Web via MyInfo (instructions will be included with your admission acceptance letter from The Graduate School).

For information on how to check your registration status, obtain your fee summary, and pay your fees, see instructions under "New Students," above.

 

 More Information

For more information about registration, please contact:

Office of the Registrar
(406) 994-6650
[email protected]
www.montana.edu/registrar

The Graduate School 
(406) 994-4145
1-800-255-7962
[email protected]
www.montana.edu/gradstudies

Office of Summer Session
(406) 994-7136
[email protected]
www.montana.edu/summer

 

Orientation Information for Summer Session Students

All new students will be sent an Orientation brochure, including information on registration, immunization, parking, and fee payment, starting in early March.  Please feel free to stop by the Office of Admissions with questions upon arrival on campus.

Campus tours are offered at 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, leaving from the Office of Admissions, 201 Strand Union. For more information contact the Orientation Office, 201 Strand Union, (406) 994-2827 or 1-888-MSU-CATS, [email protected] or visit the Orientation Web page.

 

Fall Semester 2021 Registration

Please refer to Fall 2021  Registration Handbook for instructions on how to register properly for Fall 2021. All students must meet with an academic advisor in order to be eligible to register for Fall classes.

Continuing Students

Continuing students may register for Fall Semester from March 23 through August 31. 

New Undergraduate Non-Degree Students

New undergraduate non-degree students who attend Summer Session and who would like to continue as non-degree students during Fall Semester may select courses during their summer attendance.

Undergraduate non-degree students who attend Summer Session and who would like to be admitted as degree-seeking undergraduates for Fall Semester must meet the requirements of admission as outlined in the University Course Bulletin. For information regarding admission procedures, visit the Office of Admissions Web page.

 

Advising Services for New Students

New students are encouraged to contact the associate/assistant dean or other official representative of their college, or the Academic Advising Center, for assistance with course selection, connecting with an adviser, or for help with other questions.

  • Agriculture
    Jessica Murdock
    202 Linfield Hall
    (406) 994-5745
    [email protected]
  • Arts and Architecture
    217 Cheever Hall
    (406) 994-4405
  • Business
    Brenda Truman, Director
    337 Reid Hall
    (406) 994-4840
    [email protected]
  • Education, Health & Human Development
    250 Reid Hall
    (406) 994-4133
    • Dept. of Education Advising Center
      132 Reid Hall
      (406) 994-1880
      [email protected] 
    • Dept. of Health & Human Development Advising Center
      121 Hosaeus PE Complex
      (406) 994-4001
      [email protected]
  • Engineering
    Jennifer Clark, Student Success Coordinator
    212 Roberts Hall
    (406) 994-2272
    [email protected]
  • Letters and Science
    David Cherry, Assoc. Dean 
    2-205 Wilson Hall
    (406) 994-4288
    [email protected]
  • Nursing
    Debbie McCray
    111 Sherrick Hall
    (406) 994-2660
    [email protected] 
  • University Studies
    Diane Donnelly, Director
    130 Gaines Hall 
    (406) 994-3532
    [email protected]
  • Health Professions Advising
    Sheila Nielson-Preiss, Director
    317 Leon Johnson Hall
    (406) 994-1670
    [email protected]
  • The Graduate School at MSU 
    Donna Negaard, Student Services Manager 
    108 Montana Hall
    (406) 994-4145
    [email protected]
  • Academic Advising Center
    130 Gaines Hall 
    (406) 994-3532
    [email protected]