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| My dad works here, i worked here and go to school here and i must say it is the worst school you can go to. The classes are BS and teachers dont give a rats ass about anything. The campus is full of corruption, ESPECIALLY THE HIGHER UPS (LOOKING AT YOUR CRUZADO, SPOILED BITCH). Do yourself a favor, save money and time by NOT going to this school. |
|Feb 11 2013|| 2nd Year Male --
Class 2016 |
| I decided on MSU not just because it was in my home town, but because it offered good training for a Bio undergrad. I was initially interested in Pre-Vet, switched to pre-med, and ultimately ended up in a Molecular Biology Ph.d. program. The pre-med program was not great during my application process, and I felt they didn't fully prepare me for what to expect and how to best handle the situation, but I ended up with a great undergraduate education and in a program I really enjoy (likely more than med school). MSU, and Bozeman itself, offer a great atmosphere for learning and for enjoying all that Montana has to offer. If you enjoy science, or art, or business, as well as skiing, this is the undergraduate institution for you. |
|Jan 14 2013|| 3rd Year Female --
Class 2010 |
| I came to MSU out of state and have been very happy with my experience here thus far. I could have gone to more prestigious schools, but I chose Bozeman for its proximity to the wilderness with the belief that it would in turn help with my major: environmental biology. Students here are excited to learn and respectful. Most classes I am in are very enjoyable and fun because the students show as much interest and excitement as the professors. I have had a couple professors that I did not like and that did not do a good job teaching, but for the most part I have been in challenging yet manageable classes. The school is much more strong in the maths, sciences, and business.|
The environment is wonderful on campus and all throughout Bozeman. People are happy to be alive. Students smile at each other and wave while walking to class even in the early morning. Bozeman is the same way. It is easy to make friends, feel accepted, and be cheerful here. The access to the wilderness is wonderful. In the summer and fall there are endless spots to go climbing, camping, and hiking within 20 minutes of Bozeman, and yellowstone is an hour and a half away. The skiing is also marvelous. Bridger Bowl is 15 minutes away from campus.
Bozeman is no city. I am very big into concert going, and surprisingly my concert needs are fulfilled in Bozeman. There is a lot of amazing local music that is fun to support and some bigger name jam bands and bluegrass have started coming through Bozeman like Umphrey's McGee and Yonder this spring. There is a rather large bluegrass scene in the area.You can meet any type of person here, and it is not a judgemental place. I have all types of friends from hippies to hicks to steezy ski bums and everything in between. The party scene is super fun as well. I have always had good weekends here. Parties are packed and high energy, sometimes there are bands, and everyone makes you feel welcomed.
|Dec 18 2012|| 2nd Year Female --
Class 2015 |