Hamilton Hall is home to Gallatin College Programs, as well as Army and Air Force ROTC programs. The building is currently undergoing a major renovation and will soon become home to more offices once the construction is complete.
Originally designed in 1910 as a women’s dormitory, Hamilton was converted into offices many years ago. Renovations beginning in 2009 constructed new windows and stairwells, as well as restoring the north entry to its original design. It was named for Emma Hamilton, wife of MSU’s third president. Her portrait is inside the north entrance.
Handicapped access at the east door
Intro to Banner: Security / Student / HR
Tuesday, March 31, 2015, from 8:30am to 11:30am
<p>Content covers Information Security, Navigation, Student, and HR forms. Banner training is required for new users, and is a good refresher for current users.</p> <p>Please click <a href="https://atlas.montana.edu:9000/apex/f?p=112:LOGIN:116589660699083">here</a> for the current schedule and to register for classes.</p> <p>You will need your GID (Generated ID)...
Degree Works Q & A Session for Grad Administrators, Grad Coordinators, Department Heads, & Faculty
Wednesday, April 1, 2015, from 10:00am to 12:00pm
The Graduate School will be holding an open lab for all individuals who work with graduate students and would like to know more about using Degee Works to track programs of study. This drop-in session will take place in the computer lab in Hamilton 202.