MSGC Student Travel Fund provides support for undergraduate students to travel to present original research at professional and academic conferences. Students may apply for an award up to $750 to offset travel costs. There are seven total awards per year with limited opportunities per semester. Application are considered on a rolling basis throughout the year but need to be completed at a minimum of 2 months prior to travel. 

For more information please see the MSGC Website.

Applications may be saved and completed at anytime. 

A travel report is due two weeks after the conference. The final report should be 1-2 (max) pages.  

Funded projects require a final report of 1.5 - 2 pages to be submitted to the MSGC office. Final presentations and final reports are the MSGC metrics for our MSGC SMART Objectives (a.k.a. the proof that we are accomplishing what we said we aimed to do). The purpose of presenting results is to share with others what was done, while purpose of the final report is to capture the impact of the internship on the individual. 

Please fill in your name and upload your final report. Please also consider separately sending your final report to your local MSGC affiliate representative. You can find your affiliates information here: https://spacegrant.montana.edu/members.html

Please fill out the following form as soon as possible following any SPOT presentation. 

You can attach any receipts and expenditures at the end of this form. 

Complete the questions in this application form.
Students accepted into the Apprenticeship Program are expected to devote a significant amount of time to their projects, at least 160 hours and up to 400 hours. Typical hourly pay is $13.75 per hour.

Complete the questions in this application form. In addition your application must include a 2 page proposal, including a project title, explanation of the problem to be studied and how that relates to NASA's mission, goals to be achieved, experimental approach, and references. Please include an estimate of how many hours you anticipate working on your project per week. Also the faculty mentor must write a supporting letter, describing how the student will contribute to the research project, and indicating support for the proposal.

Congratulations on accepting your MSGC award! Please complete the following information. NASA requires all Space Grant Consortia to track students who receive funding through our program. This information is not shared with any other organization and is kept confidential.

By accepting an MSGC award you agree to provide MSGC information about your studies and/or employment on request beyond the term of the award. This is part of a NASA requirement to track the long-range effectiveness of MSGC programs.

For questions please contact Chris Gregory (christina.gregory@montana.edu) or Meredith Hecker (meredith.hecker@montana.edu)

This form is to verify presentations by MSGC funded students and give MSGC staff the ability to attend the presentations. Email is our primary form of communication.

Congratulations again on being accepted to participate in the upcoming MSGC Workshop! 

Please complete the following information. NASA requires all Space Grant Consortia to track students who receive funding through our program. This information is not shared with any other organization and is kept confidential.

By accepting an MSGC award you agree to provide MSGC information about your studies and/or employment on request beyond the term of the award. This is part of a NASA requirement to track the long-range effectiveness of MSGC programs.

For questions please contact Chris Gregory Flynn (christina.flynn1@montana.edu)

Montana Space Grant Consortium