A welcome guide to the class of 2017.
R O C K Y. E D U WELCOME GETTING STARTED WELCOME TO RMC TABLE OF CONTENTS WELCOME MESSAGE ........................... 1 IMPORTANT ORIENTATION INFORMATION AND INSTRUCTIONS ..................................... 2 All New Student Arrival .................. 2 Athlete Arrival .................................. 2 SUMMER CHECKLIST .......................... 4 First-Year Students .......................... 4 Transfer Students ............................. 5 International Students .................... 6 ORIENTATION SCHEDULES ............... 8 GETTING STARTED ............................ 14 CAMPUS MAP ...................................... 37 Building Directory ..........................38 CAMPUS RESOURCES ...................... 40 STUDENT LIFE ....................................15 Residence Life .................................15 Student Support Services .............21 Academic Support Services ........23 Getting Involved at RMC ..............25 Study Abroad Opportunities ......28 IN AND AROUND BILLINGS ........... 30 WELCOME TO ROCKY MOUNTAIN COLLEGE The Rocky Mountain College community welcomes you to campus. We look forward to the next few years with you as you begin or continue your college career. Within this booklet you will ﬁnd everything needed to prepare for the ﬁrst weeks of your RMC experience. We hope you are as excited as we are about the journey you are embarking on. This booklet is designed to assist you through your ﬁrst year as a student. Please read it thoroughly and be sure to complete all of the tasks required of you. Refer to the “Schedule at a Glance” section for information about each day of orientation. This is designed to provide a snapshot of the day’s programming. For greater details, including a description of the activity and location, see the corresponding “In-Depth Schedule.” WE HOPE YOU ARE AS EXCITED AS WE ARE ABOUT THE JOURNEY YOU ARE EMBARKING ON. MONTANA’S FIRST, MONTANA’S FINEST. 1 R O C K Y. E D U IMPORTANT ORIENTATION INFORMATION New student orientation is mandatory for all students. Athletes who have conﬂicts between required orientation activities and athletic events will attend the required orientation activity. New student orientation is designed to acclimate you to the College and familiarize you with key faculty and sta members to help you be a successful Rocky Mountain College student. ORIENTATION INSTRUCTIONS 1. Keep this booklet with you during orientation. 2. Orientation activities are mandatory for all students. 3. If there is a conﬂict between an athletic event and an orientation activity, you will attend the orientation activity. 4. If you will have a vehicle on campus, have your license plate number and your driver’s license with you in order to receive your parking permit. 5. If you had your photo taken while on campus for a registration event, your ID card will be ready for pick-up during orientation. If you need to have your photo taken, you can do so in the O ce of Residence Life. MOVE-IN DAYS AUGUST 8 Football AUGUST 12 Cross country, cheerleading, golf, and volleyball AUGUST 14 Soccer AUGUST 21 International students AUGUST 22 New students 2 R O C K Y. E D U FIRST-YEAR STUDENT SUMMER CHECKLIST Request your ﬁnal, o cial high school transcript Request your o cial ACT or SAT test score from either your high school or the testing agency Request your ﬁnal, o cial college transcripts (if applicable) Complete and submit enrollment forms: FERPA, SAS, Health Services, News and Information, and Housing Application Register for classes Sign your ﬁnancial aid award letter Complete master promissory note (for students accepting federal student loans) at www.studentloans.gov Complete loan entrance counseling (for students accepting federal student loans) at www.studentloans.gov Submit installment payment plan application (if applying for a payment plan) to the O ce of Student Accounts Have parent submit application for Parent Plus Loan at www.studentloans.gov (if applicable) Athletes: submit the NAIA student eligibility form Purchase books To view required texts for your classes go to: www.rocky.edu > Student Life > Student Tools > Bookstore > Books > Textbooks & Course Materials, select your program and term. Books can be purchased directly through the bookstore and picked up when you arrive on August 22, or you can purchase them through an outside source. All requested forms should be mailed to RMC, 1511 Poly Drive, Billings, MT 59102 NOTES 4 WELCOME TO RMC TRANSFER STUDENT SUMMER CHECKLIST If you have completed less than 27 transferable credits, request your ﬁnal, o cial high school transcript and o cial ACT or SAT test score Request ﬁnal, o cial transcripts from all previously attended institutions Complete and submit enrollment forms: FERPA, SAS, Health Services, News and Information, and Housing Application Sign and return your ﬁnancial aid award letter (if applicable) Complete master promissory note (for students accepting federal student loans) at www.studentloans.gov Complete loan entrance counseling (for students accepting federal student loans) at www.studentloans.gov Submit installment payment plan application (if applying for a payment plan) to the O ce of Student Accounts Have parent submit application for Parent Plus Loan at www.studentloans.gov (if applicable) Athletes: submit the NAIA student eligibility form Register for classes Purchase books To view required texts for your classes go to: www.rocky.edu > Student Life > Student Tools > Bookstore > Books > Textbooks & Course Materials, select your program and term. Books can be purchased directly through the bookstore and picked up when you arrive on August 22, or you can purchase them through an outside source. All requested forms should be mailed to RMC, 1511 Poly Drive, Billings, MT 59102 NOTES 5 R O C K Y. E D U INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SUMMER CHECKLIST Request your ﬁnal, o cial high school transcript to be sent to the O ce of International Programs Request your o cial ACT or SAT test score be sent to the O ce of International Programs. O cial test scores are from either your high school or the testing agency. Request your ﬁnal, o cial college transcripts (if applicable) be sent to the O ce of International Programs Complete and submit enrollment forms to the O ce of International Programs: FERPA, SAS, Health Services, News and Information, Housing Application, insurance forms, and payment guarantee form or a davit of ﬁnancial support Sign your ﬁnancial aid award letter and send to the O ce of International Programs Submit installment payment plan application (if applying for a payment plan) to the O ce of International Programs. Photocopy all forms returned to the O ce of International Programs for your records. Athletes: submit the NAIA student eligibility form Register for classes Purchase books To view required texts for your classes go to: www.rocky.edu > Student Life > Student Tools > Bookstore > Books > Textbooks & Course Materials, select your program and term. Books can be purchased directly through the bookstore and picked up when you arrive on August 22, or you can purchase them through an outside source. All requested forms should be mailed to RMC, O ce of International Programs, 1511 Poly Drive, Billings, MT 59102 NOTES 6 R O C K Y. E D U NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION SCHEDULE THURSDAY, AUGUST 22 Schedule at a Glance: 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. – Residence Hall Check-in/Validation/International Student Informational Session 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. – Student Accounts/ Financial Aid Q&A Session 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. – Student Accounts/ Financial Aid Q&A Session 11:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. – Lunch 12:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. – New Student Information Tents 12:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. – Parent Orientation 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. – All Student Meeting 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. – Parent Meet and Greet with Faculty and Sta 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. – Transfer and Nontraditional Student Meeting 5:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. – President’s Welcome 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. – President’s Dinner 6:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. – Family Goodbyes and Class of 2017 Photo 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. – Residence Hall Meetings 8:30 p.m. - 11:00 p.m. – Entertainment 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Validation Eaton Hall Stop by the O ce of Student Accounts in Eaton Hall to ﬁnalize your account payments/make payments. 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. International Student Information Session Morledge-Kimball Hall Room 119 This session is designed speciﬁcally for ﬁrst-time international students arriving at RMC. Topics covered include staying in status, course requirements, work, and government regulations. In-Depth Schedule 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Residence Hall Check-in Widenhouse/Anderson/Rimview/Jorgenson Hall Students will check-in at their assigned residence hall to receive their room key and have time to get moved in. Residence life sta and student volunteers will be available to help new students move their belongings. 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. Student Accounts/Financial Aid Q&A Session Losekamp Hall 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Student Accounts/Financial Aid Q&A Session Losekamp Hall 8 WELCOME TO RMC NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION SCHEDULE 11:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. Lunch RMC Green Students and families are invited to take a break from moving and join us for a BBQ on the RMC Green. 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Family Meet and Greet with Faculty and Sta Tyler Green Families are invited to meet with faculty and sta while enjoying light refreshments. 6:30 - 7:00 p.m. Family Goodbyes and Class of 2017 Photo RMC Green Students will say goodbye to their family members and take a photo as the Rocky Mountain College Class of 2017. 12:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Parent Orientation Great Room, Prescott Hall Families of new students proceed to the Great Room for an informational session presented by the vice presidents of RMC and hosted by the director of parent relations. 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Transfer and Nontraditional Student Meeting Fortin Education Center Classroom Transfer and nontraditional students will gather with returning transfer and nontraditional students to discuss support resources. 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Residence Hall Meetings Assigned Residence Hall Students will meet with important residence life sta members of their assigned hall to discuss expectations and community standards. 12:30 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. New Student Information Tents Campus Financial aid/mailbox/academic computing/health services/photo ID/parking permit/work study questions/validation 5:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. President’s Welcome Fortin Education Center Gymnasium Join your classmates for this exciting welcome about the upcoming new student orientation events. 8:30 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. Entertainment Losekamp Hall Auditorium Comedy variety show by America’s Got Talent’s Nick Pike 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. All Student Meeting Fortin Education Center Auditorium A ﬁrst look at being an RMC student, presented by student leaders and key sta members. 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. President’s Dinner RMC Green Students and families are invited to join us for dinner and meet RMC’s president. Dinner will be accompanied by musical entertainment by Funk in the Trunk. 10:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m. Fireside Gathering Fraley Lounge Firepit Students enjoy s’mores and socializing. 9 R O C K Y. E D U FRIDAY, AUGUST 23 Schedule at a Glance: 7:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. – Breakfast 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. – SAS Meeting for eligible students 10:15 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. – Campus Compass class 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. – Advisor Lunches 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. – Academic Department Meetings with Faculty Members 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. – Work Study Workshop 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. – Break 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. – Residence Hall Floor Meetings 7:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m. – Pizza and Bowling In-Depth Schedule 7:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. Breakfast McDonald Commons 9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. SAS Meeting for eligible students Fortin Education Center Students who are ﬁrst generation college students, low-income, or have a learning disability are invited to this meeting to learn about the support services provided by SAS (Services for Academic Success). This is required for eligible students. 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Work Study Workshop Losekamp Hall Learn about RMC’s work study program. 3:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Break Outside Widenhouse Hall Take a break from the rigors of the day by relaxing outside, taking a dive down our giant slip ‘n slide, or join in on a water balloon ﬁght. Snacks will be provided. 10:15 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Campus Compass class Assigned classrooms 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m. Advisor Lunches McDonald Commons Meet with your academic advisor over lunch. 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. Residence Hall Floor Meetings Yoder Lounge Students will meet, as a ﬂoor, with important residence life sta members to discuss expectations and community standards. 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. Academic Department Meetings with Faculty Members Assigned classrooms Faculty and students meet to discuss program expectations and requirements. 7:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m. Pizza and Bowling Sunset Bowl - 1625 Central Ave. Join classmates for an evening of free pizza and bowling. 10 WELCOME TO RMC NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION SCHEDULE SATURDAY, AUGUST 24 Schedule at a Glance 7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. – Breakfast 8:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. – Load Buses for Service Project 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. – Campus Compass Service Project 12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. – BBQ 1:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. – Student Life Experience 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. – Dinner 9:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m. – Outdoor Movie In-Depth Schedule 7:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. Breakfast McDonald Commons 8:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. Load Buses for Service Project Morledge Walkway 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Campus Compass Service Project Various Billings locations All Campus Compass sections will work together to complete a service project at a community organization. 12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. BBQ RMC Green 1:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Student Life Experience Across Campus and Billings Community Students have the opportunity to interact with current students and participate in a club project aligning with their interests. 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Dinner RMC Green Enjoy dinner and activities sponsored by RMC Student Activities. 9:00 p.m. - 12:00 a.m. Outdoor Movie Herb Klindt Field RMC student-athletes invite all new students to attend an outdoor movie experience on the Battlin’ Bear football field. 11 R O C K Y. E D U SUNDAY, AUGUST 25 Schedule at a Glance 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. – Breakfast 9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. – Chapel Service 10:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. – River Rafting 10:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. – Hiking Trip 10:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. – Yellowstone Wildlife Sanctuary 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. – Softball Game and Cookout 8:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. – Student Leader Panel and Dessert 9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m. Chapel Service Outdoor Chapel North of Losekamp Hall 10:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. River Rafting Yellowstone River Buses will load on the Morledge Walkway. 8:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Student Leader Panel and Dessert Fraley Lounge and McDonald Commons Students will have an opportunity to ask questions and prepare for their ﬁrst week of classes while enjoying dessert with their peers. 10:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Hiking Trip Red Lodge, Montana Buses will load on the Morledge Walkway. In-Depth Schedule 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m. Breakfast McDonald Commons 10:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Yellowstone Wildlife Sanctuary Red Lodge, Montana Buses will load on the Morledge Walkway. 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. Softball Game and Cookout Urbaska Field Students will compete in a student vs. student softball game and enjoy a BBQ dinner. 12 R O C K Y. E D U GETTING STARTED CAMPUSPORTAL Go to www.rocky.edu > Student Life > Student Tools > CampusPortal for access to your personal, internal account for information about your: • Academics • Finances • Financial Aid • Documents • Class Schedule If you are taking any online courses, go to www.rocky.edu > Student Life > Student Tools > Moodle for instructions on how to access your classes. ﬁrst-year experience and preparing you for your time at Rocky Mountain College. The course is co-instructed by sta members and trained student peer instructors who will o er support and guidance derived from their personal experiences at RMC. To contact your peer instructor over the summer, email email@example.com. Campus Compass RMC Service Day will be held on Friday, August 23rd. Through this event, you have a chance to get to know a local organization through service, as well as spend time with your Campus Compass classmates and instructors. All students will be required to attend this day of community service with their Campus Compass section. 2013 Common Read Selection: Salvage the Bones by Jesmyn Ward, winner of the 2011 National Book Award “Salvage the Bones is a taut, wily novel, smartly plotted and voluptuously written. It feels fresh and urgent, but it’s an ancient, archetypal tale. Think of Noah or Gilgamesh or any soggy group of humans and dogs huddled together, waiting out an apocalyptic act of God or weather. It’s an old story – of family honor, revenge, disaster – and it’s a good one.” - The New York Times CAMPUS COMPASS COURSE This course is comprised of 12 weekly, fall semester class sessions beginning during new student orientation and is designed to help you navigate the transition to college from high school or a work experience. Its mission is to contribute positively to your success as an RMC student. The course incorporates individual and group assignments focused on helping you adjust to your COMMON READ The Common Read Program is based on a shared reading experience. Through this and associated events, we develop community, encourage intellectual engagement, and promote connections among disciplines. This will be required reading for all ENG 118, 119, and 120 classes during Fall Semester. 14 STUDENT LIFE RESIDENCE LIFE COMMUNITY OVERVIEW Living on campus is an important part of your RMC experience. The Office of Residence Life provides you with safe and healthy on-campus living that enriches your RMC experience by promoting community responsibility and facilitating opportunities for success, both academically and socially. RESIDENCE LIFE STAFF The RMC residence life staff members are in place to help make your residence hall experience positive and supportive. The staff lives and works in the residence halls, providing you with 24-hour assistance. The Office of Residence Life is open from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. in the Bair Family Student Center, or staff can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. 15 16 STUDENT LIFE RESIDENCE LIFE COMMUNITY FAQ Can I check-in earlier than August 22nd? To be sure residence halls are prepared and hall staff is available, no early check-ins are permitted (approved student-athlete arrivals will be checked into the residence halls on the assigned date). Visit www.rocky.edu > Admissions > Visit RMC> Accommodations, for a complete list of discounted hotels in Billings. Can I do my laundry on campus? Laundry services are available in each residence hall and are free of charge. Is there storage space available on campus? Storage space is not available on campus. All personal belongings must be stored in residence hall rooms or off campus. Any unused residence hall furniture must remain in the room and be accounted for upon residence hall checkout. Can I loft my bed? Lofting residence hall beds is permitted, however, loft kits are not provided. Do I have to live on campus? First-year students are required to live on campus for two years. To apply for an exemption from this policy, complete an off-campus housing application, which is located on the residence life web page. Do I have to be on a meal plan? If you live in either Widenhouse or Anderson Hall, you are required to have either the 10-Meal or Carte Blanche meal plan. Exemptions may be granted to students with verified medical conditions. For more information, contact Dining Services at 406.657.1089. Can I mail some of my belongings to campus before I arrive? Yes, belongings can be mailed to campus before the beginning of the semester. Refer to page 20. For a complete look at the Residence Life Policy Handbook, visit www.rocky.edu > Student Life > Housing & Residence Life > Current Students > Policies. 17 R O C K Y. E D U RESIDENCE LIFE STAFF Director of Residence Life A full-time professional sta member who manages the residence life program. Area Coordinators Full-time professional sta members who oversee each side of campus (east campus and west campus). Residence Directors Part-time sta members who oversee individual residence hall buildings. Resident Assistants Student leaders living in the residence halls and providing mentoring and programming to the residents of their buildings. WHAT TO BRING Extra-long twin sheets Pillow Blankets Mattress cover Mattress pad Personal toiletries: soap, shampoo, toothpaste, tissues, ﬁrst-aid items Shower shoes Clothing Hangers Iron/ironing board Laundry basket Laundry detergent Cleaning supplies Alarm clock Desk lamp Desk supplies Surge protector or extension cord with UL label (14 gauge or higher). Electronics: television, phone, iPad, iPod, computer, printer, approved cooking devices (co ee pots should have automatic shut-o ) Small bookshelf Personal touches: photos, posters (items should be hung with poster putty or Command strips), lamp, throw pillows, small chairs or beanbags, throw rugs WHAT NOT TO BRING Pets (ﬁsh, in a 10-gallon or less tank, are allowed) Weapons, ﬁrearms, explosives Electronics with an open coil or burner Gas appliances Additional furniture Candles and incense Halogen lamps String lights Air conditioners 18 STUDENT LIFE RESIDENCE LIFE COMMUNITY COMMUNITY LIVING Roommate Assignments Residence life and admissions staff members work together to create respectful, supportive roommate relationships. Be as honest and informative as possible when completing your roommate information form. Residence hall and roommate assignments will be mailed July 15. We encourage you to use the contact information provided in your assignment letter to reach out to your roommate(s) prior to the start of the semester. Living with a roommate(s) Being away from home and living with another person can be challenging and exciting. It is important you come to campus with an open mind and realistic expectations of the roommate relationship. While it is very common roommates become friends, the most important thing is to have a respectful roommate relationship. For more information about how to prepare for living with roommates, visit www.rocky.edu > Student Life > Residence Life > Current Students > Living with Roommates. Roommate contracts are completed in the first two weeks of the fall semester for all residence hall rooms. These contracts give you a chance to get to know your roommate(s) better and set some ground rules for living together. Staff members refer back to the contracts to assist in resolving any conflicts that may arise. It is helpful to arrive to campus prepared for these roommate discussions. Spend some time over the summer thinking about what you expect from a roommate, things you will want to share and things you may want to keep for yourself, and what your vices may be that will be important to discuss. RESIDENCE HALL TECHNOLOGY Cable TV is provided in all residence hallsâ€™ common lounges. Cable TV is not provided in residence hall rooms, but can be purchased through USA Digital. Once you have arrived on campus, call 406.248.9887 to arrange for cable if desired. The cable provider will bill you monthly. Each residence hall room is equipped with one telephone line. Voicemail can be setup by dialing 1300 and following the automated instructions. Your initial passcode is 1111. Phones are not provided. Individual residence hall rooms are equipped with Internet; however, wireless access is not available within the residence halls. You are welcome to bring wireless routers for your room. We recommend you use password protection for your wireless login. 19 R O C K Y. E D U DINING SERVICES McDonald Commons Bair Family Student Center Hours of operation: MONDAY-THURSDAY Continental Breakfast........7:00 a.m. - 7:30 a.m. Breakfast..............................7:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. Lunch..................................11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Dinner..................................5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. Late Night............................7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. FRIDAY Continental Breakfast........7:00 a.m. - 7:30 a.m. Breakfast.............................7:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. Lunch..................................11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Dinner..................................5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. SATURDAY-SUNDAY-HOLIDAYS Continental Breakfast.......9:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Brunch...............................11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Dinner.................................5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Holiday operating hours are subject to change. CAMPUS MAIL Bearâ€™s Den Grill Features City Brew co ee, breakfast, sandwiches, hamburgers, and snacks Hours of operation: MONDAY - THURSDAY 8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. FRIDAY 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. For a complete list of available meal plans and prices, visit http://sodexho.rocky.edu/plans.html If living on campus, you will be assigned a mailbox number upon arrival. Mailboxes are located in the O ce of Central Operations in the Bair Family Student Center. Hours of operation are 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Individual mailboxes can be accessed daily from 6:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. WHAT IS MY ADDRESS? Student Name 1511 Poly Drive Billings, MT 59102 It is not necessary to include residence hall or box number in your address. 20 STUDENT LIFE STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES Student support service programs are in place to enhance your RMC experience. While there are many offices of support to choose from, these are a few that may help you get started this fall. Career Services Career Services provides you with guidance on career-related topics. You can receive individual or group mentoring on career exploration, building a résumé, writing a cover letter, interviewing strategies, job search techniques, and locating an internship. The Office of Career Services is open from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Email us at email@example.com or stop by the Bair Family Student Center to learn more. Work Study Be sure to attend the Work Study Workshop on August 23 and the Career & Club Fair on August 28 to get plugged into on-campus jobs and clubs. Spiritual Life The Office of the Chaplain and Spiritual Life Program provides opportunities and support for your spiritual growth and wellness. Get involved with spiritual life on campus through worship services, small group gatherings, prayer and study groups, service projects, and more. The Office of the Chaplain is open from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and is located in the Lillis Chapel in the lower-level of the Bair Family Student Center. Counseling Campus counseling services are available to support you in achieving your academic goals, as well as addressing personal crises that may interfere with academic performance. Counseling is available at no charge by a licensed clinical professional counselor (LCPC) certified by the state of Montana. An appointment for counseling services may be made by visiting Alden Hall 106 or calling 406.657.1049. Health Services Your health plays an important role in your success as a student. Health services are available on campus to promote preventative health practices and address minor injuries and illnesses that may occur. A certified nurse practitioner is available Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. in the Fortin Education Center Health Services Suite. Campus Safety The director of campus safety, along with a comprehensively trained student staff, is dedicated to keeping you and your belongings safe and secure on campus. • Bicycle Registration • Personal Safety Escorts • Vehicle Assistance • Campus and Residence Hall Safety Patrols Contact us in the Bair Family Student Center or call 406.238.7293. 21 R O C K Y. E D U Parking Parking permits are available to all students at no charge. Vehicles can be registered for a permit during new student orientation or at any time throughout the academic year. Permits are available in the O ce of the Dean of Student Life in the Bair Family Student Center. Academic Computing and Technology Support Technology support is available to you through the O ce of Academic Computing. We are available to students to address any questions regarding: • Rocky Mountain College email address (ﬁrst.firstname.lastname@example.org) • Moodle online learning platform • Wireless / Internet connectivity • Campus computer labs and printers • Audio / visual equipment There are four computer labs on campus available for your use; they are located in the Bair Family Student Center, the Educational Resource Center (the library), Rimview Hall, and Yoder Lounge. Be sure to check the hours posted outside each lab, as hours of availability vary. If you have any questions regarding campus technology, academic computing can be reached via email at email@example.com, phone at 406.657.1161, or by visiting us in the lower-level of Eaton Hall. 22 STUDENT LIFE ACADEMIC SUPPORT SERVICES Academic Advising Upon arrival on campus, you are assigned a faculty member who will serve as your academic advisor. This faculty member advises you regarding course selection and other academic decisions. You will meet with your academic advisor in order to register for classes each term. During this meeting, you and your advisor discuss the courses you have chosen to take. In addition to reviewing your tentative schedule, advisors and students typically discuss other relevant topics, such as academic progress, timeline to graduation, and post-graduation plans. To be as prepared as possible for your advising relationship and the registration process, visit www.rocky.edu > Academics > Registration Basics. Services for Academic Success (SAS) SAS is a federally funded academic support program limited to 250 student participants. SAS provides a variety of services tailored to meet your individual needs. Services are free to participants and include the following: • Tutoring in all subjects • Academic, career, and personal counseling • Accommodations for physical and learning disabilities • Scholarships • International study stipends To participate, you must be a U.S. citizen, demonstrate an academic need for the program, and meet at least one of the following criteria: low income, first-generation college student (neither parent completed a baccalaureate degree), or a physical or learning disability. SAS is located in the Fortin Education Center and can be reached at SAS@rocky.edu. Writing Center The Writing Center is provided and designed to help you during any stage of the writing process, from planning to completion. Feel free to stop by with questions about your writing, or sign up for one-on-one consultations with peer tutors. All services offered in the Writing Center are free and available to all students. The Writing Center is located in Tyler Hall 206. Hours vary each semester and are posted throughout campus. Leadership, Engagement, and Achievement Program (LEAP) LEAP is an academic support program dedicated to helping you get involved on campus, engaged in leadership roles, and connected with success resources. LEAP will be a support to you as you successfully navigate your college experience. The Peer Mentor Program is offered, through LEAP, to all first-year students interested in working one-on-one with a student in his or her junior or 23 R O C K Y. E D U senior year. Peer mentors meet weekly with each of their students to assess goals and track progress. The mentoring lab in the lower-level of Eaton Hall provides you with an academic and fun environment for fellowship and support as you navigate through your ďŹ rst year at RMC. If you are interested in being involved with the Peer Mentor Program, email us at LEAP@rocky.edu or stop by the lower-level of Eaton Hall. Tutoring A comprehensive tutoring program is available, free of charge, for all students. For questions or to schedule by-appointment tutoring, call 406.657.1129, stop by Fortin Education Center 128, or visit www. rocky.edu > Student Life > Academic Support Programs. Drop-in tutoring is o ered each week on Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday in the Educational Resource Center from 7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Student tutors are available to help with assignments, papers, study skills, and course-speciďŹ c questions. By-appointment tutoring is available for students with disabilities or for those attending classes where drop-in tutoring is not available. 24 STUDENT LIFE GETTING INVOLVED AT RMC ATHLETICS As an RMC student, come support your Battlin’ Bears. Enjoy free admission to all athletic events by presenting your student ID card at the entrance. BASKETBALL • CHEERLEADING • CROSS-COUNTRY DISTANCE TRACK • FOOTBALL • GOLF SKI RACING • SOCCER • VOLLEYBALL R O C K Y. E D U STUDENT ACTIVITIES (ROCKTIVITIES) Pizza and bowling Annual Yule Log Dinner Swing dance lessons Themed roller skating Faculty and sta talent show Halloween costume ball Tea party and painting on the RMC Green Final exam spa day Annual gingerbread house building competition A complete schedule of Rocktivities events and activities will be available in September. Hiking and mountain biking in the Beartooth Mountains Fly-ďŹ shing on the Stillwater River Ski trips to Big Sky Mountain, Bridger Bowl, and Red Lodge Mountain Recreation classes for credit A complete schedule of Outdoor Recreation trips and activities will be available in September. Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwiches for the HUB Students, sta , and faculty are encouraged to stop by the Bair Family Student Center lobby from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. every Monday to help make sandwiches for the HUB, a drop-in community center serving the homeless and those at-risk of becoming homeless. Habitat for Humanity Build Days Rocky Mountain College community members volunteer at a Habitat for Humanity build site twice each month. Habitat for Humanity is an ecumenical Christian housing ministry that partners with volunteers who share the vision of eliminating poverty housing worldwide. Seussville University Seussville University occurs each April and is a one-day educational program for local elementary students hosted by RMC student leaders. Contact the O ce of Community Service at firstname.lastname@example.org for a complete calendar of events and personal service opportunities. INTRAMURALS Tentative Fall 2013 Schedule August: faculty/sta vs. student softball September: wi eball, ultimate frisbee, and soccer October: ďŹ‚ag football, powder pu football, and Quidditch November: dodgeball and basketball A complete Intramurals schedule will be available in September. OUTDOOR RECREATION Whitewater kayaking on the Stillwater River Ice climbing at Rocky Creek Falls in the Beartooth Mountains Indoor rock climbing Bouldering the Shoshone Canyon near Cody, Wyoming Winter break ski trip to Vail, Colorado COMMUNITY SERVICE Bears & Cubs Rocky Mountain College students partner with local elementary schools and youth agencies for mentoring and tutoring opportunities. 26 R O C K Y. E D U STUDENT CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS Associated Students of RMC (ASRMC) is an elected student government. Bike RMC promotes bike use on campus and in the community. Catholic Campus Ministry allows students of all faiths and backgrounds to explore Catholic spirituality and give back to the community through service. Chemistry Club focuses on chemical phenomena and science outreach in the community. Enactus is a national student organization of entrepreneurs in action for the greater good. Environmental Club works to educate the campus community on sustainability issues and practices. Gay Straight Alliance (GSA) is an open group on campus welcoming all students interested in fellowship free of judgment. Health Organizations Group (HOG) is a networking and support club for students interested in health-related fields. IHSA Equestrian Team promotes the Rocky Mountain College Intercollegiate Horse Show Team. Intercollegiate Flight Team competes in flight and ground competitions each fall and spring. InterVarsity is an internationally recognized Christian fellowship organization for college students. Psychology Club promotes the understanding of psychology and connects students who have a common interest. Residence Hall Association (RHA) is a leadership group working to identify and improve the quality of the student experience in the residence halls. RMC Student Ambassadors work in conjunction with the Office of Admissions to facilitate campus visits and important RMC events. Rotaract is a Rotary-sponsored service club. Stand Up RMC is a student club raising awareness about social issues impacting the campus community. Student Athletic Advisory Committee is a leadership group composed of student-athletes. Students Today, Alumni Tomorrow (STAT) cultivates leadership, interest, and enthusiasm for future generations of alumni. 27 R O C K Y. E D U STUDY ABROAD OPPORTUNITIES The O ce of International Programs at Rocky Mountain College promotes intercultural understanding through the support of enrolled students seeking to study abroad, as well as support of current, incoming, and prospective international students. Students come from all over the world to study at RMC because we focus on both academic and personal development. Study abroad opens your mind to many new possibilities, adventures, and ideas. It’s fairly easy to work studying abroad into your RMC academic program. Most credits you earn while away can be transferred and counted toward your degree, and ﬁnancial aid is also available for study abroad. You could go to Australia for the summer, Argentina for fall semester, spend spring semester in France, or take o to Spain for a year. There are limitless possibilities. For more information, contact email@example.com or 406.657.1107 RMC Exchange Programs Rocky Mountain College has exchange agreements with schools in Sweden, Finland, Japan, Northern Ireland, the U.K., and Jordan to study a variety of subjects, including language and culture. We also work closely with the International Student Exchange Program (ISEP). The biggest advantage to studying through exchange programs is that you may use your academic scholarships on these experiences. Study Abroad Programs RMC works with students to ﬁnd the right study abroad program for their interests. Students can participate in programs that are not exchanges. These are programs in which the student will still need to apply and they may use their ﬁnancial aid, but instead of using their merit scholarship from RMC, they will apply for a scholarship directly from the program. Some of the programs students can use are: • International Studies Abroad - www.studiesabroad.com • Interstudy - www.interstudy.org • Globalinks Learning Abroad - www.globalinksabroad.com • Semester At Sea - www.semesteratsea.org • Go Abroad - www.goabroad.com • Study Abroad with AIFS - www.aifsabroad.com Faculty Led Programs Students can enroll in courses that have a component of travel, led by faculty for credit. An environmental science professor has taken groups to the Galapagos Islands, the Canadian Arctic, and Costa Rica; a communications studies professor has taken students to Ireland; business students have traveled to China; a philosophy professor has traveled to Israel; and an art professor has taken students to Italy. 28 R O C K Y. E D U IN AND AROUND BILLINGS ATHLETIC VENUES The Billings Bulls Hockey Team is an a liate of the Northern Paciﬁc Hockey League and plays at the Centennial Ice Arena. The Billings Mustangs are the rookie a liate of the Cincinnati Reds. Home games are played at Dehler Park, newly opened in 2008. Exchange City Golf Course is a challenging par 3, 18-hole course open to the public. Peter Yegen, Junior Golf Course is an 18-hole golf course open to the public. Centennial Ice Arena is the only ice-skating and hockey facility in Billings, Montana. It is home to the Billings Amateur Hockey League, ﬁgure skating clubs, adult hockey, and the Junior-A Billings Bulls. Elks Tennis Center is a four-court indoor tennis facility with adult and junior programs plus special events. Private, semi-private, and group lessons are available, as well as permanent court time for yearround play. Magic City Rollers is Montana’s ﬁrst established and bouting Roller Derby League. Yellowstone Drag Strip showcases local drag and stock car races throughout the year for the motorsport enthusiast. LOCAL AND REGIONAL OUTDOOR OPPORTUNITIES Bighorn Canyon recreational area is composed of 120,000+ acres, straddling the northern Wyoming and southern Montana borders. There are two visitor centers and other developed facilities in Fort Smith, Montana, and near Lovell, Wyoming. Lake Elmo State Park is a 64-acre reservoir located in the Billings Heights that is a popular area for swimming, boardsailing, non-motorized boating, and ﬁshing. 30 MONTANA’S TRAILHEAD IN AND AROUND BILLINGS Red Lodge Mountain is a local ski resort located south of Billings that has something to o er skiers and snowboarders of all levels. Red Lodge Mountain is also home to RMC’s men’s and women’s ski teams. Chief Plenty Coups State Park is situated within the Crow Reservation, 40 minutes south of Billings; this park was the home of Plenty Coups, the last chief of the Crow. This day-use park preserves the log home, sacred spring, and farmstead of Chief Plenty Coups. Montana Audubon Conservation Education Center was established to sustain the natural heritage of the Yellowstone River watershed through education and research designed to engage individuals and communities in the active care of their environment. Pictograph Caves State Park is more than 2,100 years old; the park has paved trails to the caves, with interpretative displays along the route identifying and explaining the natural features, the prehistoric paintings, and vegetation found in the area. Pompey’s Pillar National Monument is a rock outcropping rising 200 feet above the Yellowstone River 30 miles east of Billings. In 1806, Captain William Clark carved his signature and the date in this rock. It is the only site on the trail where the public may view visible evidence of the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Yellowstone National Park is America’s ﬁrst national park, and it is home to a large variety of wildlife including grizzly bears, wolves, bison, and elk. Preserved within Yellowstone National Park are Old Faithful and a collection of the world’s most extraordinary geysers and hot springs, along with the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. Little Big Horn Battleﬁeld National Monument is the site of the June 25, 1876, battle between the U.S. Army’s 7th cavalry and several bands of Lakota Sioux, Cheyenne, and Arapaho. This area memorializes one of the last armed e orts of the Northern Plains Indians to preserve their way of life. 31 R O C K Y. E D U LOCAL AND CITY PARKS Amend Park is a multi-use recreational facility with picnic tables, shelters, restrooms, and soccer, rugby, and football ﬁelds. Castle Rock Park features horseshoe pits, jogging trails, picnic sites/shelters, a playground, public restrooms, tennis courts, a wading pool, and soccer, football, rugby, and softball/baseball ﬁelds. Phipps Park is a historic, scenic site featuring a natural, undeveloped area with jogging/biking trails and a frisbee golf course. Pioneer Park is a multi-use recreational facility featuring horseshoe pits, picnic sites/shelters, BBQ grills, a playground, tennis courts, jogging trails, a frisbee golf course, a wading pool, public restrooms, and soccer, football, rugby, and softball/baseball ﬁelds. Riverfront Park is a historic site featuring horseshoe pits, jogging trails, picnic sites/shelters, and natural, undeveloped areas. This is a day-use area where ﬁshing and swimming may be enjoyed on the river. Rose Park is a multi-use recreational facility featuring basketball courts, horseshoe pits, picnic sites/shelters, jogging trails, public restrooms, a playground, a swimming pool, tennis courts, a wading pool, sand volleyball courts, and soccer, football, rugby, and softball/baseball ﬁelds. Rose Park also has water slides open after Memorial Day each year, weather permitting. South Park features basketball courts, horseshoe pits, public restrooms, picnic sites/shelters, BBQ grills, a playground, a swimming pool, tennis courts, a wading pool, and softball/baseball ﬁelds. Swords Park and Black Otter Trail features historic sites, scenic drives, jogging trails, a bike path, and undeveloped nature areas. Billings Skate Park is open to in-line skates, scooters, and skateboards. Admission is free. The park contains 14,000 square feet of ramps, rails, bowls, and other structures. The crowning feature of the Billings Skate Park is the Head Over Heels monument, a life-sized sculpture of a skateboarder performing a hand plant. 32 MONTANA’S TRAILHEAD IN AND AROUND BILLINGS LOCAL ATTRACTIONS The Spoke Shop has been serving cycling and skiing enthusiasts for over 30 years. Whether you are an experienced diehard or interested novice, they have the expertise and know-how to help you make the most of Montana’s great outdoors. The Base Camp is an outdoor specialty store carrying clothing, footwear, and equipment. Featured vendors include Patagonia, North Face, Keen, and ExO cio. Steep World has over 2,500 square feet of climbing gym with a gear shop to supply all your climbing needs, as well as a few extras. They’ll help you ﬁnd the equipment you need, host your party, teach you to climb, or just provide you with a great place to get in shape. Dino Lab is the o cial repository for all specimens collected by the Judith River Dinosaur Institute (JRDI). This lab has state-of-the art preparation equipment, and visitors get to view the fossils and preparation up close. Geyser Park Fun Center is a qualiﬁed amusement park with miniature golf, go-carts, bumper boats, rock climbing, laser tag, and food. In Good Glazes is a do-it-yourself art studio; paint your own ceramics and create mosaics. The Reef Waterpark is the largest indoor water park in the state of Montana. Speed down the three-story high Barracuda Blaster or the Tropical Twister. Afterwards, take a refreshing dip in the wave pool or enjoy the 25-person hot tub. Yellowstone Wildlife Sanctuary is the only public refuge in Montana to house native animals unable to be returned to the wild due to injury or habituation to humans. The Nature Center o ers 33 R O C K Y. E D U visitors an unparalleled chance to learn about these and other animals by observing them at close range and through interpretive displays. Zoo Montana and Botanical Gardens is the region’s only zoo. With over 70-acres, the zoo is home to both native and non-native species, specializing in northern-latitude animals. Visitors can admire animals in a natural setting, housed in state-of-the-art exhibits. PERFORMING ARTS AND CULTURAL ATTRACTIONS Alberta Bair Theater (ABT) brings audiences the ﬁnest performers in every discipline of the performing arts, including classical, popular, country, and jazz music; opera; modern and ethnic dance; and comedy, drama, and musical theatre. ABT has made Billings an integral part of the routing of major national and international artists and attractions in the United States and the world. Amusement Park Drive-in is a classic drive-in theater experience with two screens for moviegoers to experience the cinema under the stars of the Big Sky. Billings Studio Theatre (BST) is located on the campus of Rocky Mountain College. BST is a nonproﬁt organization dedicated to providing quality entertainment at an a ordable price to the community. Over 30,000 individuals enjoy participation at BST each year as audience members, artists, builders, supporters, and students. Billings Symphony Orchestra and Chorale (BSO&C) is the only symphonic orchestra and chorale serving a regional population of 400,000 people throughout southcentral Montana and northeastern Wyoming. The 135+ members of the BSO&C present an annual season from September through June, featuring six subscription concerts, two performances of Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker with the accompaniment of a renowned ballet company, a New Year’s Eve event, four performances of a free family concert, and a free Symphony in the Park pops-style concert. Billings Youth Orchestra is a privately funded, non-proﬁt organization, modeled after similar youth orchestras found across the country. The program is open by audition to all area students, from preschool to college. 34 MONTANA’S TRAILHEAD IN AND AROUND BILLINGS Custer Battleﬁeld Museum is a registered historic site. Garryowen, Montana, the only town within the Battleﬁeld, is located at I-90 Exit 514 just south of the Little Bighorn Battleﬁeld National Monument and Custer National Cemetery. The site is one-hour’s drive from Billings. Billings Artwalk is held ﬁve times a year to celebrate the culture of visual arts in the city of Billings. Member galleries plan and organize free receptions for artwalkers to meet artists and view their art displays. Rimrock Opera Company shares a passion for opera and is dedicated to bringing world-class opera to area audiences. Rimrock Opera Company has recently merged with Venture Theater to form NOVA Center for the Performing Arts. Venture Theater is committed to theatre as an art and exists as a venue for contributing to the cultural life of the community and serving to test and stretch the abilities of the artists involved. Venture Theater has recently merged with Rimrock Opera Company to form NOVA Center for the Performing Arts. Yellowstone Art Museum (YAM) is a unique and important visual arts center for Billings and the surrounding region; housing Montana’s ﬁnest collection of contemporary art, the YAM is a fully accredited museum. Western Heritage Museum is located in historic downtown Billings in the site of the former Parmly Billings Memorial Library and is a Richardsonian Romanesque structure listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The museum is accredited by the American Association of Museums and is an a liate of the Smithsonian Institution; it documents the history of the Yellowstone River Valley. Moss Mansion Historic House Museum was designed by New York architect, Henry Janeway Hardenbergh, designer of the original Waldorf Astoria, Plaza Hotels, Willard Hotel, and Copley Hotel. The home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Moss Mansion has been included as a chapter in the book Great American Homes, published by Reader’s Digest; on the A&E Network program Frontier Castles; and in the National Geographic Guide to America’s Great Houses. The Museum of Women’s History was established to preserve the history of women. Open to everyone, the exhibits reﬂect the lives of women everywhere. It is a museum of all ages, for all ages. Exhibits feature women from all walks of life, professions, ethnic groups, and perspectives both locally and internationally. Admission is free. Yellowstone County Museum sits atop the Rimrocks at Billings Logan International Airport overlooking the city of Billings and the scenic Yellowstone River Valley. A pioneer log cabin, the museum showcases more than 15,000 artifacts representing the area’s history. Admission is free of charge. 35 CAMPUS MAP 14 The campus of RMC occupies approximately 60 park-like acres in a residential section of Billings. Deciduous and evergreen trees, shrubs, and perennials make the campus particularly welcoming. 9 13 1 7 16 17 8 5 6 4 3 10 12 11 2 19 20 15 21 18 37 R O C K Y. E D U BUILDING DIRECTORY 1 Alden Hall, 1937 This attractive stone and stucco building, the gift of the Alden Trust and founded by the late George Alden, served as a residence hall for men until 1973. Currently, it houses faculty o ces and the Institute for Peace Studies. 3 Spectrometer. The facility was made possible by a major gift from Alberta M. Bair, daughter of Charles M. Bair, together with gifts from other donors to the Second Century Fund. 6 Educational Resource Center (ERC), 1958; 1999 Bair Family Student Center, 1961; 1997 2 Anderson Hall, 1970; 1998 14 Anderson Hall o ers traditional residence hall housing for 72 students, with common restrooms, showers, and kitchens. One of campus’ most popular spots, the ASRMC Lounge, is located in the basement. Yoder Lounge, a comfortable space for study, computer use, and relaxation, connects Anderson Hall to Widen20 Billings Studio Theatre, 1971 house Hall. Anderson Hall is named for Lula AnderThis building a ords an excellent facility for dramatic son, a member of the ﬁrst graduating class of Billings productions, as well as a commodious lecture hall, Polytechnic Institute. seating 250. It was built in cooperation with the Billings Studio Theatre community drama group. Located in the center of campus, north of the RMC Green, this structure houses the dining room, Bear’s Den Grill, bookstore, game room, Fraley Lounge, central operations, the o ces of ASRMC, career services, and the O ce of the Dean for Student Life. In 1997, the building was extensively expanded and remodeled. This building houses the Paul M. Adams Memorial Library, computer-equipped writing, data, and business classrooms, and a distance learning center. The library, now the largest part of the ERC, contains a collection of over 85,000 books and periodicals accessible via the library’s computer catalog. The ERC also houses the Alice Giddings King Memorial Archives, the College’s Heritage Archives, and collections belonging to the United Methodist Church and the United Church of Christ. 7 Fortin Education Center, 1969 This stucco building, located on the corner of Rimrock 5 Eaton Hall, 1909 8 Herb Klindt Field (football) Road and Augusta Lane, houses the aviation program. Originally known as Science Hall, this building (a gift from a group of pioneer businessmen in Billings) 4 Bair Family Center for the Sciences, 1981 houses administrative o ces. The hall is named for the 9 Jorgenson Hall, 1964; 1998 Named for the family of Montana pioneer and This residence hall consists for 48 apartment units founders of Billings Polytechnic Institute, Lewis T. and rancher, Charles M. Bair, Rocky Mountain College’s with private entrances. On the west end of campus, Ernest T. Eaton. major science facility houses the science and mathJorgenson Hall is a ﬁne retreat for our upperclassmen ematics disciplines and is complete with classrooms, over 21 years-of-age. laboratories, seminar rooms, and faculty o ces. It also houses the Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Aviation Hall, 1989; 2012 Fortin Education Center houses several academic programs, a gymnasium, auxiliary exercise areas, a swimming pool, a health suite, a large lecture hall, classrooms, laboratories, and o ces for faculty and administrators. It is named for Philip Fortin, a Billings businessman and philanthropist. 38 CAMPUS MAP BUILDING DIRECTORY 10 Extensive renovation and expansion were completed in 17 Urbaska Field Fall 2001. It currently houses administrative offices and This sandstone building, in a modified Collegiate serves as a gathering place for the campus Gothic style, was a gift of the late John D. Losekamp, 18 Wendy’s Field (soccer) community. a pioneer merchant of Billings. It houses the music 19 Widenhouse Hall, 1961; 1998 and theatre arts programs and the Ruth and Vernon F. Taylor Auditorium, which is used for drama produc13 Rimview Hall, 2004 Dedicated in 1973 to the memory of Philip M. Widtions, recitals, and other special events. Losekamp Hall Located on the western edge of campus, this residence enhouse, third president of Rocky Mountain College, also houses studios, practice rooms, and classrooms. hall provides 200 private rooms within a suite-style this residence hall provides traditional and suite-style complex (four students with private sleeping quarters accommodations for 176 students. Each room has a 21 Morledge Facility Services Building, 2001 per suite). Each suite is equipped with a micro-kitchen private bathroom and kitchenette with a refrigerator, and 1.5 baths. Occupancy of this facility is restricted to sink, and microwave with adjoining storage rooms and This structure, provided by a generous gift from Dr. students with a sophomore status or higher. personal laundry facilities. Charles and Patti Morledge, houses equipment used to maintain the campus buildings and grounds. 11 Losekamp Hall, 1917 Morledge-Kimball Hall, 1914; 2009 15 Technology Hall, 1922 This stone and stucco building, part of which formerly served as a residence hall for women, was named for the principal donors, the Morledge family and the late Mrs. Flora Kimball. This lovely facility houses twentytwo faculty offices and seven classrooms. 16 12 This sandstone structure contains offices, classrooms, an art gallery, art studios, laboratories for the computer science program, and the College’s maintenance department. OFF CAMPUS Flight Training Operations, 2007 Tyler Hall, 1930 Prescott Hall, 1916; 2001 This stone building was erected through the generosity of the late Amos L. Prescott of New York City. Before 1961, it served as the College’s dining hall. This beautiful sandstone building in the Collegiate Gothic style is architecturally one of the finest on campus. This gift of Mrs. G. W. Mehaffey is a memorial to her father, the late W. Graham Tyler. Until 1971, it served as a men’s residence hall. It now houses faculty offices and facilities for the teacher education program. Aircraft with modern navigation and avionics systems provide basic training resources for students. The location at the Billings Logan International Airport provides close access to flight training and Class C airport operations. Intermountain Equestrian Center Located nine miles from campus, Rocky Mountain College contracts facilities including two large heated indoor arenas, two extensive outdoor arenas, round pens, numerous trails for leisure riding, and top-notch stabling for 75 horses. 39 R O C K Y. 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