Montana College of Osteopathic Medicine

Monday, Sept. 26

Come learn about the new medical school in Billings, MT!

Drop in from 2-5PM – LJH 310

Presentation at 5:30PM – Romney 236


Montana State AGC Student Chapter
The Montana State AGC (Associated General Contractors) Club is having our second meeting of the Fall 2022 Semester to prepare for the resume workshop and career fair.

Meeting Information
When: Tuesday, Sept. 27th, 2022
Location: COB Hall, Room 429
Time: 5:00 PM

NACOE Shadow Day Hosts Needed – We Need Your Help!

Event Date: Thursday, October 20, 2022

NACOE and Tau Beta Pi (Engineering Honor Society) are hosting high school students from across Montana who are interested in an engineering or computing major.

Please sign up to host a high school student from 8:30 am – 1:30 pm. Lunch is provided for participants AND their NACOE student hosts!

More details are available on the Shadow Day Host webpage. Peer-Host Registration Closes Friday, October 14th!

Shadow Day QR Code


Engineers (and more) Without Borders at MSU

Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Noon- 1 p.m.

SUB 168

Members of the Engineers Without Borders student organization at MSU will discuss the club’s creation and development, current projects and events, and where they’d like to be in five years.  The group will also discuss their recent summer trip to Kenya, their vision and mission statements, and how you can get involved!

Engineers Without Borders Annual Jubilee

October 15th at 5:30PM

Emerson Center for Arts & Culture

The Jubilee is a dinner with both a silent and live auction and allows us to teach donors about our organization and how their support assists us in our endeavors.

You can find more information about the event (and RSVP), EWB, our past projects, and photos from student travel at ewbmsu.org/jubilee.


Tunnel and NAH Tour

Date: Sept. 29 @ 4pm

To learn more and RSVP, visit the QR code below.  

Hosted by American Society for Heating, Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE).

Tunnel Tour


September 27, October 10 and 13, Noon via WebEx; and Monday, October 17, 4 pm in NAH 359

Info Sessions for MS in Innovation & Management program

The Master of Science in Innovation and Management (MSIM) program is designed specifically for recent STEM graduates to enable them to be more effective leaders, innovators, and team members. All courses taught in Jabs Hall and scholarships are available for students accepted into the program. Interested? Students can attend one of our upcoming info sessions… Click here to sign up for a session.

Wednesday, September 28, 5:00 P.M., Jabs 111

Jabs E Series Panel: “Business of Building” (open to all, not just students)

Our expert panel will discuss and explore their journeys with major construction businesses. They will discuss what it takes to survive and thrive in an industry that has faced many challenges over the years. They will share what have they learned, what skills were helpful, and what they seek in the industry leaders of tomorrow. Event: https://www.montana.edu/calendar/events/43234, Webpage: https://www.montana.edu/business/eseries/

Tuesday, October 25, 6:15 pm, Jabs 111

Big Idea Challenge

Deadline to apply for the competition: October 9


This competition is open to all MSU students (undergraduate and graduate) and will feature $10,000 in prize awards.  All Ideas are welcome, including but not limited to new products, services, non-profit ventures, and social impact focus.



Welcome New Freshman and Transfer Students! Contact our Peer Academic Leaders (ePALs) and get connected with your college.

From study tips, advice on classes, suggestions on fun activities around town, to learning more about student clubs – our college ePALs help you meet more people! They also are ready to answer your questions about being an engineering student.

Connect with one of our Engineering Peer Academic Leaders (ePALs) today!


Etiquette Dinner

16th Annual Margaret Alderson Etiquette Dinner

Stop by the Allen Yarnell Center for Student Success in SUB 177 or go to www.msursvp.com to reserve your seat today

Thursday, September 29

6:00 pm

SUB Ballroom A

$10 for Students/Free for Veterans


Fall Career Fair: October 3rd – 7th, 2022

Find more details on AYCSS website

We are excited to host the Montana State University Fall 2022 Career Fair. To practice social distancing and to ensure that employers and industry partners can recruit in a conducive environment, Montana State University is excited to offer a multi-day Career Fair event, with additional receptions and networking activities, info sessions, and interview days.

Receptions, Networking Events, and Info Sessions will kick off the event on October 4th. The Fair itself will be held on October 5th and 6th. All in the Strand Union Building (SUB) Ballrooms. Interviews are scheduled for October 6th and 7th in Inspiration Hall located in Norm Asbjornson Hall.


Fluke Mentorship Program

Fluke is committed to giving back, we believe that investing in our local communities is key to keeping our world up and running. With this in mind, Fluke Accelerate (FXL), an employee organization within Fluke, is creating the Fluke College Mentorship Program to help the next generation achieve their full potential!

Fluke’s mentorship program is designed to target junior and senior students and will correspond to the academic school year. As part of this free program, mentees are matched with their best suited mentor for a 1 semester/quarter term, where they meet a least once a month to discuss anything from career insights to personal goals and development.

Through the Fluke College Mentorship Program, college students will have opportunities to receive career advice, gain valuable insights on what career progression look like at a professional workplace, as well as build lasting relationships with mentors and other professionals at a world-class company.

How to Apply:

Students will need to fill out this online applicationto apply. The Fall 2022 Application Deadline is October 10th, 2022.


McNair Scholars Program

McNair is pleased to begin annual recruitment for the 14th McNair Scholars Cohort at MSU.  Undergraduate students are encouraged to apply!

Priority Application Deadline: Friday October 28th, 2022

Detailed information about the program, eligibility, student information sessions, and application process can be found on the McNair website: https://www.montana.edu/mcnair/application.html

McNair will be hosting 4 in-person student information sessions in October:

  • Wednesday October 5th at 10:00am, Reid Hall 415
  • Thursday October 6th at 2:00pm, Reid Hall 415
  • Wednesday October 12th at 10:00am, Reid Hall 415
  • Thursday October 13th at 2:00pm, Reid Hall 415

Questions about McNair can be directed to Shelly Hogan, shelly.hogan@montana.edu.



Wellness coaching through the MSU Office of Health Advancement can help students who are seeking balance, self-care, stress management, motivation, energy or direction. Coaching is free to full time students!
Making an appointment is easy: call or email us and say “I’d like an appointment with a wellness coach.” We can’t wait to hear from you!