GREAT FALLS – Over 400 middle school girls packed the new CMR High School STEM Center on Friday morning to learn more about women in STEM.
GREAT FALLS – The University of Providence Board of Trustees voted Thursday to approve the recommendation to close several of the university’s programs.
HELENA – A quintet of young musicians from Helena have been selected to participate in the prestigious All-Northwest performing group this week.
BOZEMAN – The 31st Bug Buffet held at Montana State University on Valentines Day had some interesting choices on the menu.
BOZEMAN – Montana State University is taking part in research that would turn algae into biofuel.
BILLINGS- MSU Billings had its best retention rate in five years at the start of the spring semester.
GREAT FALLS – Great Falls firefighter Adam Jordan has attended class at Great Falls College MSU for almost two months.
MISSOULA – We went behind the scenes to see how high schools from Missoula and Great Falls are preparing for one major performance in this Arts and Education report.
GREAT FALLS – The community came out to a cold and snowy ‘Topping Out’ ceremony on Wednesday at Great Falls High School.
HELENA — The Montana Senate has passed a bill that would request that the Montana University System host workshops to help students better manage their debt.
MISSOULA – Missoula County Public Schools leaders plan to ask the district’s contractor to begin adding seat belts to school buses starting as soon as this year.
MISSOULA – Spring enrollment numbers at the University of Montana were released Tuesday afternoon with officials reporting a stabilization of its enrollment from fall 2018 to spring 2019.
MISSOULA – MCPS and the Missoula Chamber of Commerce came together on Monday to take a different approach to advising students on career opportunities after high school.
GREAT FALLS – Thirty-one graduates walked across the stage in front of family, friends and educators Wednesday evening at the Paris Gibson Education Center to receive their high school diplomas.
HELENA – Carroll College is considering eliminating four majors, and restructuring three others, President John Cech told MTN today.