This was the first comprehensive fundraising campaign undertaken in the university’s 125-year history. The goal of the campaign at its outset was $300 million, an amount that would eclipse any previous fundraising endeavor undertaken in the state of Montana. To complete the campaign at $413MM—a full 138% of that original goal—is unprecedented.
LAND-GRANT MISSION FORGES COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS.
PROGRAM SERVES UNDERREPRESENTED STUDENT POPULATIONS.
INTERDISCIPLINARY TEAMWORK BRINGS A COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE.
PERSONAL CHALLENGES INSPIRE NEW OPPORTUNITIES.
TRACK IMPROVEMENTS NURTURE CHAMPIONS.
INNOVATIVE CAMPUS BUILDINGS CHANGE THE FACE OF MSU.
UNIVERSITY ADDRESSES NATIONAL NURSING SHORTAGE.
MORE MONTANANS EQUIPPED TO GRADUATE IN FOUR YEARS.
ALUMNA'S PAST SHAPES STUDENTS' FUTURES.
Campaign gifts for programs that increase community outreach and global engagement bridge teaching, research and service to the benefit of students, communities and the world.
PUBLIC CAMPAIGN BEGINS
What It Takes—The Campaign for Montana State University enters its public phase with a gala celebration in the fieldhouse
Norm Asbjornson gives $50MM transformative gift to the College of Engineering, the largest gift ever given to a Montana university
Fueled by a $12MM donation from The Kendeda Fund, the American Indian Hall project is the last major campaign initiative to be fully funded