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Animal Bioscience Building hours:
7 a.m. - 8 p.m., Monday - Friday.

Study Labs and Rooms

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Computer Lab

ABB 134
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Students may use the computer lab to complete course work. For questions or suggestions regarding lab technology, contact Kyle Madsen, UIT at 994-7767 or kmadsen@montana.edu.
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Lounge and Study Areas

First and second floors
7 a.m. - 8 p.m.

We offer several comfortable gathering and study areas for our students to relax, study or visit. 

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Library and Study Room

ABB 236
7 a.m. - 8 p.m.

The library and plant study room is available for those days you need extra study time.

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Virtual Library


Our virtual library has links to scientific journals, Extension websites, popular press, and other sources of information.


Other Helpful Information

Department List: Our department has an active list of job and internship opportunities specifically curated for distribution to our students. To be added to the listserv, contact Julie Hager at jhager@montana.edu. The listserv includes job and internship opportunities for part–time, full–time, temporary (seasonal jobs for summer employment), and permanent employment.

HireABobcat: To view employment listings on Montana State University's HireABobcat program, click here: https://www.montana.edu/aycss/careers/hireabobcat.html.

Montana State University does not board horses for students; however, there are horse-boarding facilities in and around Bozeman.

All mathematics (M) and statistics (STAT) courses have prerequisites that must be satisfied. When you register for a mathematics or statistics class, the university may temporarily accept your enrollment. However, to remain enrolled you must satisfy the prerequisite with an Initial Math Placement, or appropriate ACT, SAT, or a combination of GPA and ACT scores, GPA and SAT scores, or with college credit for the appropriate prerequisite course.