Campus Connection

The MSU Billings Foundation hosts a bi-monthly segment on Community Seven Television. In its third season, “Campus Connection” is all about connecting you — the Billings community and beyond — with Montana State University Billings. 

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Season 3, Episode 19 | Honoring Military Veterans and Active-Duty Students
Nearly 250 MSU Billings students are veterans or active-duty military. We learn how the university supports these unique scholars, courtesy of Shane Grantham, U.S. Army 1SG (Ret.), Interim Director of the Military Veterans Success Center, and Lori Borth, Program Director of Veterans Upward Bound/TRIO.

Season 3, Episode 18 | Farewell to Krista Montague
Athletic Director Krista Montague reflects on her 25-year tenure at MSU Billings and her path from student-athlete to the first and only female four-year collegiate athletic director in Montana history.

Season 3, Episode 17 | 2021 Wine & Food Festival Celebration
Dr. Joe Howell, Chair of the Wine & Food Festival Live Auction Committee, and Senior Develop Office Jeanne Moller share details on the Foundation’s signature fundraiser.

Season 3, Episode 16 | MSU Billings 2021 Barry Goldwater Scholar
Hear from James Unzaga, MSU Billings’ third Barry Goldwater scholarship recipient.

Season 3, Episode 15 | In-Person Commencement
Vice-Chancellor Dr. Kim Hayworth is excited to announce this year’s in-person commencement.

Season 3, Episode 14 | Yellowstone Science and Allied Health Building
Get an update on MSU Billings’ new Yellowstone Science and Health Building.

Season 3, Episode 13 | New Institute for Neurodiversity
Hear how the M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust is partnering with MSU Billings to establish a new institute on campus.

Season 3, Episode 12 | Science Expo
Science Expo Chair Dr. Dan Willems has all the details for this year’s event.

Season 3, Episode 11 | Jacket Giving Day
Learn about the MSU Billings Foundation’s one-day crowd-funding event and three amazing projects for this year’s ‘Jacket Giving Day.

Season 3, Episode 10 |Scholarships and Financial Aid
College can be expensive, but Scholarship Officer Jennifer Ries and Director of Financial Aid Tom Valles will arm you with information.

Season 3, Episode 9 |Meet our New Chancellor
New Chancellor Dr. Stefani Hicswa shares her vision for MSU Billings.

Season 3, Episode 8 | End of Year Giving
Vice President of Development Adam Liberty discusses charitable end-of-year giving.

Season 3, Episode 7 |Endowments
Vice President of Finance Jon Egeland and Controller Kat MacLeod discuss the benefits of creating an endowment with the MSU Billings Foundation and end-of-year giving options.

Season 3, Episode 6 | Yellowjacket Athletics
Nick Schmidt, Senior Athletic Development Officer, appears for the first time on “Campus Connection.” He discusses Yellowjacket Athletics and his new position at the MSU Billings Foundation.

Season 3, Episode 5 | MSU Billings Commencement
Interim Chancellor Rolf Groseth returns to discuss the university’s plans for its virtual 2020 commencement ceremony, and a senior student-athlete shares his excitement for graduation.

Season 3, Episode 4 | Outstanding Alumni Awards
The 2020 Outstanding Alumni Award winners are announced! Find out who this year’s honorees are, learn about the award categories and criteria, and hear from a past recipient about her experience.

Season 3, Episode 3 | Planned Giving: Estate Planning
Learn about planned giving — specifically estate planning — and how the MSU Billings Foundation partners with the community to make legacy gifts supporting students.

Season 3, Episode 2 | Reinvented Wine & Food Festival
Senior Development Officer Jeanne Moller and scholarship recipient Morgan Luther join our host to share the impact of scholarships raised through the Wine & Food Festival.

Season 3, Episode 1 | Chancellor Groseth Looks Ahead
In the season kickoff of Campus Connection, host Pat Malia connects with Interim Chancellor Rolf Groseth to hear his 2020-2021 academic year plans.