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4 out of 5
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Degree: History Teacher Education
Graduation Year: 2013

I enjoyed MSU-Billings, the professors were easy to work with and knowledgeable. Advisors put you on the right track to not waste time or money. My only complaints would be the lack of cooperation between Montana schools and when I transfer to MSU-Billings from Missoula a semester of my credits didn't count towards my degree. Also in the education department I think there should be more "involved" courses to help us work with students. And more teaching strategies classes.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement Administration
Graduation Year: 2018

Throughout high school, our teachers always warned us not to take them for granted because once we reached college, the professors would not take the time to help us individually. After experiencing college, I realized that they were wrong. Nearly every college professor that I have taken a class with has been incredibly helpful in every way that he or she could. Because of them and because of the inviting environment, I actually wanted to go to class everyday. Not only were instructors helpful, but they wanted to get to know everybody, and I believe that helped to prove that they really do care.

3 out of 5
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Degree: Business Administration and Management, General
Graduation Year: 2016

I'm glad I picked Montana State University Billings for my college of choice. The Business Program is very open its students and their needs.

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Degree: Biology/Biological Sciences, General
Graduation Year: 2018

Montana State University of Billings is a college full of many opportunities. My first year as a freshman has been wonderful, but difficult. My major is Pre-Med/Biology and it is a major that is packed with useful information. This major definitely requires a lot of studying as well as dedication. However, eventhough I have chosen a difficult major, I didn't let this stop me from being involved on campus. Every weekend I attend a campus event and try to help my community. Along with this, I take a lot of pride in my college, so I decided to become a tour guide for Montana State University of Billings. My first semester as a freshman has tested me mentally, physically, and emotionally. However, getting to know my professors, being active on campus, and making many new friends has helped me survive my first semester as a freshman.

3 out of 5
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Degree: Radiologist Assistant
Graduation Year: 2015

Overall, I would recommend Montana State University- Billings hands down to future/transfer students. I am in the Radiology Technician program so I constantly needed advice from my advisor (Kirtlye) regarding which classes to take, when, and how to go about cramming everything into less semesters so I wouldn't spend my whole life in school. She did just that and more. Plus, she made it very easy to come to her, unlike my advisor at MSU-Bozeman who was far to busy to ever be seen. I would have to say that the bookstore is quite pricy, and the financial aid office isn't much help; well- until you find the right person that is. What I mean by that is that it can be very frustrating and time consuming to get help with questions regarding your finances and where you stand. They'll refer you to person after person and it seems like you've walked a huge circle until right than, you'll find the one person who actually helps. As far as the classes go, some are challenging but all of my professors have made themselves readily available to assist in my understanding process. MSU-Billings is definitely a college that can be a challenge, unless you seek the help that is there waiting to be used (i.e. your professors, study lab, other students/graduates). Other than that, the classes, people, and campus was very enjoyable. The hardest part for me was waking up and getting to class. Once you get there, than it's a breeze. If you can wake up, you can do anything. Pretty much.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Liberal Arts
Graduation Year: 2015

While, MSUB in itself is not impressive, the English department staff is excellent. I've learned more than I ever imagined and these professors really do care that you learn.

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