Montana State University-Billings Top Questions

What's the most frustrating thing about Montana State University-Billings?


The most frustrating thing about my school is the budget cuts it is going through because of low enrollment, which means most faculty are part-time rather than full-time employees.


The most frustrating thing about my school, is that there are so few classes and options to choose from. There are not enough options for graduate classes, and we recently had a budget cut so there will be even less options next year.


If I had to pick the most frustrating thing about my school, I suppose it would be the lack of a big time College Football team, or at least maybe a track, for my team to practice on.


Although I have not began attending this college, I have noticed that the most frustrating thing is the parking! The school does not have nearly enough parking spaces to accommodate for the amount of student that attend the school! Surrounding the school is houses and residential parking only. When I moved to Billings from Helena I had to find a house close to the school because of this issue!


I think that the most frustrating thing about the school is how much homework there is.


I'm an online student and I've never actually had the pleasure of personally meeting any of my professors or fellow students.


We don't have a lot of school spirit or team pride. Perhaps it is because our sports department is not a major focus. There just doesn't seem to be that typical college life experience. It's more off campus focused as far as social activities are concerened.