Resources for Current Students
Animal Bioscience Building is open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm.
The computer lab has computers for students to use to complete course materials and assignments. The lab is open for general use from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. If you have any questions or suggestions regarding the computer technology of the lab, please contact Kyle Madsen in the Information Technology Center at 994-7767 or email@example.com.
Library and Study Room
The Department’s library and plant study room is located in 236 Animal Bioscience Building. The room is open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm.
Our virtual library has links to scientific journals, extension websites, popular press, and other sources of information.
Degree Requirement Forms (DA-1s)
- Animal Science - Science
- Animal Science - Livestock Management & Industry
- Animal Science - Equine Science
- Natural Resources & Rangeland Ecology - Rangeland Ecology & Management
- Natural Resources & Rangeland Ecology - Wildlife Habitat Ecology & Management
- Sustainable Food & Bioenergy - Sustainable Livestock Production
Student Clubs & Activities
There are a wide variety of clubs and organizations available for students in Animal & Range Sciences. To find out more information about them see:
There are lots of scholarship opportunities at MSU. The College of Agriculture offers more scholarships than any other MSU-Bozeman college. Applications are due February 1. For more information see:
Job and Internship Information
Julie Hager (325 Animal Bioscience, 994-7953, firstname.lastname@example.org) maintains a list of jobs and internships for part–time, full–time, temporary (seasonal jobs for summer employment), as well as permanent employment, and internships.
Currently MSU does not board horses for students. However, there are many horse boarding facilities in and around Bozeman. A partial list of area boarding facilities can be found here:
Please contact Tracy Ross at 406-994-3788 or email@example.com with any questions.