TRIO SSS Scholar Resources
The professional staff at Counseling & Psychological Services (CPS) offers FREE, confidential counseling to eligible students, and provides counseling on a limited basis for a fee to MSU faculty/staff.
The Student Health Service occupies the east wing of the Strand Union Building, opposite Cobleigh Hall. Counseling and Psychological Services is located in the north end of the upper level of the Health Service.
Student Health Clinic Hours
Regular Academic Semesters
Mon-Fri, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.,
Sat, Limited Services 8 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Note: Pharmacy, OnSite Xray, and Lab are NOT
available on Saturdays.
Mon-Fri, 8 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Mon-Fri, 9 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m - 4 p.m.
The Office of Financial Aid Services helps students answer their financial questions when attending school. Services include: help with the FASFA, receiving scholarships, confirming your bill, and financial needs assessment. The Assistant Director, Julie Watson, is available and willing to work with any TRiO Scholar.
MSU has a number of help centers on campus to help students with math, writing, and physics. These learning centers are strategically placed around campus with the Math Center in Wilson Hall, The Writing Center in the Library, and the Physics Help Center in the Engineering and Physical Science (EPS) Building.
The Montana State University VOICE Center is committed to the belief that all people have the right to live free from violence and the fear of violence. We recognize that sexual and domestic violence are not isolated incidents, but rather are the expression of a pervasive attitude in which violence and control are acted out in a gendered and sexual manner. We believe that sexual violence can best be addressed through social action, education, and advocacy. The VOICE Center is formed to:
- Provide a safe, highly confidential place on campus for survivors of sexual and domestic violence, offering support, advocacy, and resources.
- Break the silence and raise consciousness surrounding sexual and domestic violence. Silence adds to a survivor's shame and delays recovering and healing.
- Help restore personal power and dignity to survivors of sexual and domestic violence by providing choices and decision-making opportunities.
- Identify and reduce the existence of sexual and domestic violence at Montana State University, and provide education and information to all members of the Montana State University community on issues of sexual assault and relationship violence.
- Ensure effective communication between the VOICE Center and other people who are concerned about sexual and domestic violence.
- Giving Power Back – VOICE Center’s Empowerment-Based Approach
Call 406.994.7069 for 24 Hour Confidential Support
The Diversity & Inclusion Student Commons (DISC) provides information and support to the university community in the areas of multicultural awareness and community building, prejudice education, and practical resources relating to diversity issues. The DISC sponsors, produces and promotes events that encourage and foster diversity awareness around issues of gender, class, race, religion, sexual orientation, and ethnicity. Awareness of diversity is examined through lectures, movies, discussion groups and social events. The DISC provides a safe, supportive environment where students can begin to understand the diversity they experience on campus and across the larger global community.
Montana State University Testing Services provides a wide range of academic and professional exams to students and the public. Our certified testing staff is committed to providing professional support to help meet the educational goals of students and clients who test with us. We constantly strive to maintain compliance with institutional, state, and federal regulations regarding testing protocol, while protecting client confidentiality and information integrity.