Our application can be completed online including:
- Paying the $30 application fee
- Uploading required documentation such as, transcripts, immunization records, etc.
Advisors can help you with:
- Selecting courses that match your interests and skills
- Choosing a degree program
- Making a long-term academic plan to meet your goals
- Interpretation of placement test scores
- Short- and long-term academic planning
- Registration procedures and class scheduling
- Transfer information
- Completing an application for graduation
- Academic concerns
- Making referrals to college and community resources
- Withdrawing from classes
To find your advisor:
- Login to Banner Web/MyInfo.
- Click on Student Information/Services.
- Click on Program and Advisor.
- Select the term. Your program and advisor are listed on this page.
To contact your advisor:
Visit the Advising & Career Center's directory page to locate your advisor's office location, phone number, and email address.
New students are required to complete a registration orientation session. Online and distance students can request an online orientation session by contacting the Admissions office at 406-268-3700 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Learning how to utilize the college's learning management system, Brightspace (D2L), access computer and network resources, and locate other college resources is essential for all students, but especially for students attending classes fully online. For this reason, we offer a face to face version for students who are able to visit the campus for a few short hours and an online version for students who are not able to or choose not to attend the training in a face to face environment. Essential Start is required and will cover the things mentioned previously and much, much more in short non-credit course.
Our Disability Services Coordinator, Kathy Meier, has some fabulous resources for students, both online and face to face, who require disability accommodations. Contact the Disability Services office for more information.
Kathy Meier, M. Ed.
Director of Disability Services
Phone: (406) 771-4311
Fax: (406) 771-4342
Sorenson Video Relay: (406) 205-1079
The Academic Success Center provides tutoring services on campus and online through Google Hangouts for free in the following areas:
- Graphic Design
In addition, Academic Success Center tutors are also able to assist with various study skills. Some of these skills include:
- Independent Computer Use
- Mind Mapping
- Note Taking
- Test Preparation
- Time Management
- Using Study Aids
For feedback on papers, students can email the paper, copy of assignment requirements, and this form to email@example.com.
If you are interested in getting setup to use Google Hangouts for online tutoring, please call the Academic Success Center at (406) 771-5121.
Don't think that because you are a distance student you can't access GFCMSU Library resources. You can...and we hope the information presented here will help you get the library services you need. Please contact the library at any time if you need assistance.
Students can order textbooks online through the Great Falls College MSU Bookstore & Cafe's website via one of two methods.
- Login to Banner Web/MyInfo, click on "Student Services", click on "Registration", click on "View All Text Books For Your Classes", and follow the prompts to select the term. Banner Web will send you to the Bookstore's website with a complete listing of the required and optional books for that term's courses.
- The second option is to visit the bookstore's website directly, click on "Buy Textbooks!", agree to the textbook agreement, and then search for your books either by Title/Author/ISBN or by selecting the campus term.