MSU Billings Extended Campus
Mr. Kevin Nemeth, Director
MSU Billings Extended Campus supports the University’s mission by engaging our community and our region with innovative services, programs, and activities delivered in alternative formats and locations.
These programs and activities are designed and carried out in partnership with various units of Academic Affairs, Student Affairs, Administrative Services, and community partners.
Connecting the Campus to the Community
MSUB Extended Campus serves to provide greater access to academic programs, create new partnerships with organizations external to the University, and strengthen and expand existing partnerships with regional and community organizations.
MSUB Extended Campus activities are organized into several program areas. These include Certificate Programs, Community Programs, Continuing Education for Educators, Professional Development Programs and Youth Programs.
Extended Campus offers both credit and non-credit programs in collaboration with academic departments and community organizations.
Community Programs provide access to educational activities and events at little to no cost. They include such notable events as “Girls-n-Science,” “Kids on Campus,” youth camps, and other non-credit classes.
Continuing Education – K-12 Educators
Designed for educators who are seeking university credit.
Professional Development Programs
These programs and courses focus on knowledge and skill development needed to advance in a profession or change careers. We can also develop customized programs to meet the specific needs of an individual business or organization.
Academic-based camps designed to engage youth in fun learning programs. Camps are offered in summer and during winter break.