• An online portal in which students can find information about their progress and status at MSU.
  • To get to MyInfo, you will go to the Montana State University webpage (https://montana.edu) select the “Students” tab, and then select MyInfo in the top bar.
  • MYINFO
  • Your student ID number. Randomly generated eight-digit number assigned to each student upon their admission to MSU (-xxxxxxxx)
  • This number can be found on the side, yellow bar of your Cat Card of on your acceptance letter.
  • The majority of MSU courses will have an online component that students have access to through Brightspace. Login to access online content, take quizzes, upload homework, and engage in discussions using the online platform. 
  • More information can be found at https://montana.edu/ecat/help
  • A one-on-one advising relationship in which students are guided in decisions they will need to make through their college career. Strongly encouraged one appointment per semester, academic advising can guide students through the goal-setting and decision-making process. All students are assigned an advisor in their home department. 
  • https://www.montana.edu/scheduler/login/student/?fac=218
  • Follow URL, select “Students” option, log in using your NET ID and password, search for whoever you want to make an appointment with, press the “Make an Appointment” button next to their name. Select a day that they have an opening and that also works for you and press on it. Then choose an available time and answer the given questions. Click “Schedule Appointment”.
  • Holds may be placed on your record preventing you from registering for courses, ordering transcripts, or other activities. You may check for holds in the "Student Services" section of MyInfo.
  • All billing information can be found at https://montana.edu/ubs/studentaccounts   
  • Go to MyInfo (https://prodmyinfo.montana.edu/pls/bzagent/twbkwbis.P_GenMenu?name=homepage), select "Electronic Billing and Payment". Students can set up an Authorized Payer, such as a parent, to view and pay bills by clicking the QuikPay link on the bill. It is the student's responsibility to review charges online and confirm their bill (pay fees) by the deadline. Payment deadlines are published each semester in the Registration Handbook located online under MyInfo. A $40 Late Fee will be assessed to students who have not confirmed their bill (paid fees) by the deadline. 
  • During your time at MSU, you will likely need to add or drop a class. The Registration Handbooks and the Registrar's Office website are the tools you will need in order to know when you can add or drop with or without a grade.
  • Add/Drop schedules and Deadlines (last day to add/last day to drop, etc.) are published each semester on the Registrar's Office website: https://montana.edu/registrar 
  • Here is the direct online access to the add/drop form: https://www.montana.edu/registrar/adddropcourse.html
  • To ADD a class when you cannot complete the process through MyInfo or CatCourse Scheduler,contact the instructor of the class you’d like to be added into. To locate instructor information, find the class on the Schedule of Classes in MyInfo.
  • To DROP a class:
    • Start with your assigned academic advisor, unless your department has shared a different process with you.
    • Students must receive advisor approval. It is important that you reach out to them well in advance of the deadline to ensure you have time to complete the withdraw before the deadline.
    • If you have recently changed majors or are unable to connect with your advisor, go to Undergraduate Advisor Contacts - https://www.montana.edu/advising/toolkitresources/drop_contacts.html 
      • Graduate students should reach out to their home department to confirm their advisor.
    • If dropping to zero credits, fill out the university withdrawal request form online.
    • Additional approval from the Assistant College Dean or Graduate School Dean needed if adding after the 10th semester day or dropping after the withdrawal deadline for extraordinary reasons only.
  • A student can withdraw from just one of their classes after the last add/drop day through the Registrar's Office using the Add/Drop Form. A "W" will appear on their academic transcript.
  • ...I have university-level coursework through dual enrollment?
    • Enroll yourself in the next course in the sequence.
  • ...I have university-level coursework by virtue of an AP exam?
    • Enroll yourself in the next course. If you have not yet received, or your AP records have not been processed by MSU, your advisor will have to register you. 
  • ...I have not taken any language in the past?
    • Enroll yourself. 
    • For Spanish, email Brenda at modernlanguages@montana.edu with the section you would like, and she will enroll you.  
    •  
  • ...I took language in high school?
  • This office is here to assist and guide students with the funding of their educational experience with services ranging from help with FAFSA to how student aid is awarded. Located in SUB 183.
  • Launched in 2011, it is comprised of the Office of Student Success, Career, Internship, & Student Employment Services and the Office of Financial Education. The over-arching goal of the Center is to advance student retention and graduation outcomes by providing access, resources, solutions, and expertise to promote student success through career maturity, learning support, engagement and financial acumen. Located in SUB 177. 
  • Students receive an MSU email account while enrolled at Montana State. Students are required to check email at least twice per week in order to receive and not risk missing official University communications (like financial aid, registration, advisor information, etc.). More information at https://montana.edu/email/about.html 
  • All paperwork for registration of the following classes is processed electronically through DocuSign. 

    • ARTZ 399* – Pre-Thesis for BFA Studio Arts                         

    • ARTZ 499R* – Thesis for BFA Studio Arts

    • ARTH 499R – Thesis for Art History                                       

    • ARTH 492 – Individual Problems for Art History Majors and Minors

    • GDSN 498 * – Internship                                                         

    • GDSN 492* – Guided Research

      *Junior standing, completion of a portfolio review.  

  • Go to Registration Contracts -  https://art.montana.edu/registrationcontracts.html) to start the process.  
  • DocuSign is an electronic signature (e-signature) platform for sending, signing, and managing documents securely in the cloud.   MSU is using this program to route a lot of the forms that were once on paper.
  • Go to https://account.docusign.com and then log in with your @montana.edu email address. Click "Continue".
  • Click the blue "Use Company Login" button.
  • Enter your NetID and password in the MSU service login fields.
  • Log into your DocuSign account, following the above procedure. On your page, there is a dashboard of your DocuSign activities. Click on "Action Required" to see forms that still need your signature. This will take you to the queue of forms that you need to sign, if any.  
  • Click here for more information on the Portfolio Review.