Montana State University is located in Bozeman, Montana. The school is known for its wide array of academic programs and research opportunities, as well as its outstanding campus life. Most students are drawn to the school because it offers high-quality education at affordable prices. Students can choose from 110 undergraduate majors, 59 master’s degrees and 24 doctoral programs across multiple colleges and schools.
The university offers many top-ranked programs in subjects like pharmacy, engineering and chemistry. It also has a number of highly regarded pre-professional programs such as law and medical schools.
The student population at MSU is about 18000 students annually with an average class size of 25 students per class (most classes have under 25). While most students live on campus during their first year at Montana State University, many move off campus after their freshman year so they can be closer to where they work or live afterwards.
The school is known for its strong Greek life, which includes over 50 fraternities and sororities. The university also offers students a wide variety of clubs and organizations to join, including mountain biking, hiking, skiing and more. MSU has one of the best collegiate sports programs in the country with over 20 varsity teams that compete at both the NCAA Division I level (baseball, basketball).