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skiguy190I've been looking into MSU as well, and am curious about all that too!! I heard that every dorm has a ski/board waxing room!
safarisamHEY! I graduated from McQ in 2013, and am now attending MSU.
If you have a car or bike, the town is easy to get around, and the mountains are easy (and fast) to access. Hyalite Canyon has hiking, climbing, ice climbing, biking, cross country skiing, running, a lake, etc. and river access is close with awesome fishing.
I'm a girl, so the only thing i can offer on women is, it's MANtana. There are girls, but there are way more guys.
If you want to go to an outdoors oriented school, then it's def the right place. There's lots to do besides ski- so long as it's an outdoors activity. There isn't much 21 under entertainment in town, but that's slowly starting to change as Bozeman grows.
I like the school, they'll work with you as long as you put it the effort to seek them out. Classes are relatively small, and professors are accessible.
The dorms are old- but we do have a new dorm being built right now. The food is alright, Miller is SO much better than it was my freshman year. Like, it's actually dank.
What department are you looking into?
MiclovinI'm looking into getting an accounting degree, but nothing is set in stone. Is bridger's park any good? Football games seem fun, I feel like there is plenty going on there. Occasionally you just have people bagging on MSU and I don't understand