MSU-Northern graduates made $31,200 in median wages a year after graduation, which
is 50% more ($11,000) than the median across all four-year colleges in the state.
Programs such as education, registered nursing, diesel technology, and engineering technologies.
Statistics by Amy Watson, Economist with the Montana Department of Labor and Industry in an August 2017 report on Labor Market Outcomes and Supply and Demand Analysis for Graduates from MSU-Northern.
At Northern, we know that value is about more than the sticker price. Northern's value is comprehensive programming, successful students, and partnerships with employers and the community.
Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE)MSU-Northern proudly offers a special tuition rate to residents of the following states that meet eligibility requirements: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, Wyoming and The commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. Learn more about the WUE rate and application process.
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All-American, Hall of Fame Women's Basketball
"The athletic scholarship actually introduced me to Northern. And then when I came and met the professors and the team up here and just the community - I really liked it and it felt natural to come up here."
Portland Community College Transfer
"I went to Portland Community College... I remember hearing about MSU-Northern. This place had the best reviews, the companies that hire from here are all the companies that I really wanted to work for."
Health Promotions Major
"I was given an opportunity to connect with professors that are extremely intelligent and be able to connect with them one-on-one and develop friendships. I was able to connect with the community, the school, every faculty member here."
"Originally, I planned on transferring, but after I was here I realized that I could get everything and more with smaller classes, better interaction with professors, and I was able to do undergraduate research where I did my own projects."