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Admissions + Records: Become a Student

Are you interested in Great Falls College MSU?

Request More Information or Contact the campus today to set up a time to visit in person or on the phone with our recruiter. Drop in to Student Central or Call 406-771-4414 or 800-446-2698 or to set up your appointment today!

Apply and Register for your classes in 4 easy steps:

  1. Apply for Admissions
    Applications available on campus in Student Central or you can apply online!

    A $30.00 application fee must accompany the application if you have never applied at a Montana University System School

    A copy of your high school transcript or diploma with date of graduation or GED scores or diplomas with date of completion required

    Proof of 2 MMR (Measles, Mumps and Rubella) shots

    Additional information on these requirements can be found in our online catalog.

  2. Placement Testing
    All students will be required to submit placement test scores or official college transcripts before enrolling in classes

    Students may take the COMPASS test on campus if they do not have prior test scores within the last 3 years. To request an appointment to take the proctored Compass Exam, complete a registration form HERE. There is a fee to take the test that must be paid prior to testing.  OR

    Submit ACT or SAT scores within the last 3 years OR

    Submit college transfer credit in math and writing. College transcripts must come in a sealed envelope from the College or University attended and must be official.

  3. Attend Registration
    Required for all new/transfer or readmit students prior to registering for their classes at Great Falls College MSU

    Students will be able to attend daytime/evening or online sessions to accommodate their schedule

    Admissions files and placement testing must be complete before signing up for a registration session

    Stop by or call Student Central at 406-771-4414 or 800-446-2698 to sign up for your session

  4. Attend Orientation Events
    Scheduled before each fall and spring semester to help introduce students to campus.


Worried about money?

Contact Marty Foxman by stopping by Student Central or calling 406.771.4326 today and he can help you apply for Financial Aid.