The Office of Student Engagement (OSE) provides and facilitates student engagement opportunities for MSU students through a variety of programs, events, services, and activities. We are THE HUB for students interested in connecting with their fellow Bobcats through student government, student organizations, programs and events, and engaging in service to the community.


The Office of Student Engagement fosters meaningful engagement opportunities that challenge, support and empower students to be leaders on campus, in the community and beyond.


Transform students through life-changing engagement experiences.

Meet the Students

Meet our ASMSU Executive Student Team

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Meet our OSE Student Employees

Meet the Staff


Marianne Brough



Marianne works to make student leadership influential. She is committed to engagement, inclusion, and collaboration with diverse students and stakeholders to serve our campus and community. Marianne advises the Associated Students of Montana State University (ASMSU), your elected student body government. Marianne supports student government and student programming. She supervises the staff who facilitate the great programs like the ASMSU Preschool, KGLT radio station, Latenight Streamline buses, and so much more! She endeavors to help students, faculty, and staff collaborate and strategically plan to accomplish goals and overcome challenges Students have a voice on campus.

Marianne has been proud to be a Bobcat since 2014. She is currently pursuing a PhD in Adult and Higher Education. She earned a master’s degree in Professional Communication from Westminster and a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Utah. She is on the Board of Directors at the Community Mediation Center. Marianne is eager for adventures and new ideas. At any moment she may tell you a ridiculous story or sketch an elaborate chart. She reads ravenously and is known to take backpacking and kayaking trips into the wild. She loves to call Bozeman home because here she can be equally at ease in high heels and hiking boots.

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Molly Lammers

Assistant Director


Molly loves calling the Gallatin Valley home, her favorite season is fall, she loves chocolate, and Blue and Gold runs in her veins! Molly joins the Office of Student Engagement after working in The Office of Admissions and The Office of Residence Life. She has been a proud Bobcat since 2016.


She received her Double Bachelor’s Degrees in Business Marketing and Business Management from Montana State University- Billings. She is currently pursuing her Master’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of Montana.


In her free time, you can catch Molly watching her favorite Hulu and Netflix shows, baking and cooking, and adventuring around Montana with her family.


Chelsey Wilson

Student Engagement and Leadership Advisor 


Chelsey is responsible for developing out of class activities and experiences for students at Montana State. She advises the Programming and Campus Events (PACE) board, where she supports student-led programming by advising 10 student program directors and associates who take the lead on hosting more than 40 campus programs and events for their peers every year. She additionally serves as the advisor to the student Diversity and Inclusion Program Director, helping promote and celebrate diversity and diverse initiatives on our campus.  Additionally, she is the program director of MSU Debut, a campus-wide initiative to get students involved and connected on campus. This project involves planning, implementing, and assessing a university-wide welcome week program of more than 15 large-scale events.  Most recently, Chelsey created the Student Engagement Global Ambassador (SEGA) program at MSU.  This is a peer to peer program encouraging students to get involved in their local and global community.  SEGA students meet with their peers to talk about involvement and study abroad opportunities and take a semester-long course encouraging critical reflection of the importance of student involvement, taught by Chelsey. 

Chelsey is a proud two-time alum of MSU.  She earned her undergraduate degree in Business Management and Entrepreneurship and her Master’s Degree in Adult and Higher Education and College Teaching. She is currently a doctoral student in the College of Education, conducting her research on the parallels and impacts of student involvement and student sense of belonging and retention.  Chelsey has a passion for helping students feel connected on campus and encouraging them to find their place.  This has encouraged her to focus her efforts on developing university initiatives to support the development of student life and has inspired her research and her dissertation topic.  She is also an adjunct faculty member in the fall semesters for the College of Letters and Science, First-Year Seminar course and additionally teaches an upper-division intercultural studies course.  She is a 2016 Leadership MSU Alum.  For fun, Chelsey enjoys hiking, skiing, adventures, and traveling the world.  She has hiked the Camino de Santiago trail in Spain, has taught English at a university in Thailand, has conducted graduate research in England and Scotland, and has visited more than 11 countries and 40 states.   

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Heidi Worley

Community Engagement Program Manager


Heidi is the Community Engagement Program Manager for the Office of Student Engagement (OSE). She is responsible for Service Saturdays, Rockin the M, Can the Griz, BreaksAway, SEGA, Day of Student Recognition and serves as a public notary.

Heidi is originally from Lake Tapps, WA. As a proud Bobcat Alumni, she received her bachelor’s degree in Community Health and a minor in sociology from the one and only Montana State University in 2016. She worked as a student at Recreational Sports and Fitness from 2013-2016 and then after graduating she joined the Office of Student Engagement as a Support Team Manager and then moved into the role of the Community Engagement Program Manager. Heidi enjoys being outside, which includes; running, hiking, and fishing anytime of the year.

Randi Maiers

Randi Maiers

Student Organizations Program Manager


Randi is responsible for supporting over 260 registered student organizations on campus. She helps provide the tools to develop student leaders to be successful through different events and trainings, such as the annual Student Organization Leadership Conference. Randi serves as an advisor to the Student Organization Funding Board. She also manages our engagement tracking software. 

Randi is originally from Alexandria, SD. She received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of South Dakota in 2010.  After graduating, she worked as an Admissions Advisor at National American University, which sparked her interest in Higher Education. In March 2014, Randi moved to Bozeman and started working at MSU as an Administrative Assistant in Residence Life and later became a Graduate Assistant, working with sophomore and above students. Then, Randi joined the Office of Student Engagement as a Graduate Assistant working with the 260+ registered student clubs and organizations. After completing her Master’s in Education in May 2017, she was hired full-time as the Community Engagement Programs Coordinator.  

Randi enjoys drinking lots of coffee, attempting to ski, singing Lady Gaga songs, and knitting/crocheting (sometimes all at once- depends on how much coffee she’s had).


   SUB 222 
   (406) 994-7475 
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Laurynn Olson

Communications and Event Specialist


Laurynn is the Communications and Event Specialist for the MSU Office of Student Engagement (OSE) and the Diversity and Inclusion Student Commons (DISC). She advises the OSE Marketing Team to produce content that advertises and markets OSE and DISC news, events and programs across campus and over social media. She also manages the OSE, ASMSU, and the DISC websites. In the summer months she coordinates Catapalooza.

Laurynn has been at MSU since 2007, when she enrolled as a student. While an undergraduate, Laurynn worked in the MSU Office for Community Involvement (now known as the Office of Student Engagement) from 2008-2011 as an AmeriCorps member co-coordinating the MSU America Reads*America Counts tutoring program in Bozeman area schools. She received her bachelor's degree in 2011. After graduation, she began working in the MSU Department of Health and Human Development. However, she couldn’t stay away from the Division of Student Success and returned to the Office of Student Engagement and has been there since! In her time at MSU she has coordinated Catapalooza, Can the Griz, Service Saturdays, the fall and spring Involvement Fairs, the Day of Student Recognition, and MSU Connections presentations. 

When she is not at work, she is chasing around her daughter or playing with her cocker spaniel, Lucy. 

Casey Wolfe

Casey Wolfe

Support Team Manager


Casey is the Support Team Manager for the Office of Student Engagement (OSE). She helps OSE run smoothly in our daily operations. She coordinates the Outdoor Program Requests, schedules legal appointments, supervises student employees, serves as a public notary, and more.

Graduating from Montana State University in 2019, Casey is a proud Bobcat originating from Colorado Springs, Colorado. At MSU she majored in Business-Marketing and was involved in the ASMSU Supreme Court, Alpha Omicron Pi, SEGA, Orientation Leaders, AdvoCats, and Bobcat Athletics Marketing. In her free time, Casey enjoys spending quality time with friends, traveling, spreading vim around the university, and spending too much money at Starbucks.

Miranda Roy

Miranda Roy

Graduate Assistant

As the first ever MSUDebut GA, Miranda will support the vision, planning, implementation, and assessment of both the fall and spring MSUDebut programs.  This involves planning and implementing more than 30 large-scale campus events, coordinating more than 300 campus volunteers, assessing the program for further advancement, and more. 

Miranda is originally from St. Johns, Michigan. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from Michigan State University in 2015.  After graduating, she served for two years with AmeriCorps as a College Adviser to high school students. As a part of this program she served low-income, first-generation, and underrepresented students which sparked a passion for college access for students of all backgrounds. She credits her future in this field to the students she had the pleasure of working with.


In 2019, Miranda moved to Bozeman to pursue a Master’s degree in Adult and Higher Education and joined the Bobcat family as a Graduate Assistant with the Office of Student Engagement. 


Miranda enjoys hunting, fishing, skiing and traveling the world. She also spends her free time monitoring flights to see her friends and family back in Michigan, especially her nieces and nephews. 

Madie Hanson 

Graduate Assistant


Madie is currently a second year masters student pursuing a degree in Higher Education with an emphasis in student affairs. Madie moved from the wheat fields of her hometown of Havre, MT to the mountains of Bozeman in 2013. During her time at MSU she was an active member of the Chi Omega Sorority, Anglophiles British Politics Club, the University Chorale, and spent a summer in the United Kingdom focusing on comparative politics. She also had a brief stint as an AdvoCat, but found she was not coordinated enough to walk backwards for extended periods of time. She went on to earn her Bachelors of Science in Sociology, with minors in History and Political Science in December 2017. Madie is passionate about Social justice and served as the Graduate Assistant for LGBTQ+ Programming in the Diversity and Inclusion Student Commons this last year. Other topics of interest to her are rural student sense of belonging, the first amendment on college campuses, fraternity and sorority life, and LGBTQ+ student development. 

On the weekends you can find her playing video games, snowboarding, gushing over her godchild, hiking or searching for the perfect cup of coffee at one of the many amazing Bozeman establishments. Madie would describe herself as an “indoor cat” who takes occasional field trips to the beautiful Montana wilderness.

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Office of Student Engagement AY 2017-2018  Snapshot MSU Debut There were 14 signature events:  • The Freshman Class “M” Photo • Pool Party at Bozeman Hot Springs  • Convocation Service Saturday • And more!  MSU Debut Outcomes: • 93% of students feel like they can succeed as a student at MSU • 92% of students feel like they can utilize the resources at MSU to help them succeed  30 Days of Bozeman A program created to connect students with the greater Bozeman community through discounts and employment opportunities.  Each day, for the month of September, one Bozeman business was highlighted.    Registered Student Organizations • Total number of clubs 272. Increase of 10 from 2016-2017. • Number of new clubs 52 • Total number of club leaders 828 • Total number of club members 12,540.  15% increase Student Organization Leadership Conference • 194 student organization leaders attended • Representation from 156 student organizations • 80% of participants said they believed their club will be more successful as a result of their participation in the conference.  Associated Students of Montana State University (ASMSU) • 54 students ran for ASMSU positions  • Passed three new directors/ASMSU committees: Diversity and Inclusion, Health and Wellbeing, Marketing • Hosted first annual Diversity Symposium (14 sessions featuring student-led content) • ASMSU Senate passed 25 resolutions, 11 bills, 19 reserve requests and 4 supplemental requests in 2018-2019. • Sponsored and funded 17 programs for a total budget of about $1.02 million dollars • ASMSU Senators served in 20 different University committees  Community Engagement Programs • Service Saturday o 7 Service Saturdays o Total number of Service Saturday volunteers: 690 o Total number of volunteer hours: 1389 o Total number of unduplicated community partners: 29 • Involvement and Study Abroad Fair o This year was the first time the Office of International Programs teamed up with our office to combine the Involvement and Study Abroad Fairs.  o We had nearly 900 students attend the event.  • Can the Griz o 129 student volunteers gave 387 volunteer hours o Pounds of food collected in 2017: a record number of 257,336 pounds! o Dollars donated in 2017: $131,757 • BreaksAway o 47 students served 1197.5 hours in 4 different locations across the US and over 5,100 individuals were impacted. 7,942 total miles were traveled. o 10 students and 1 staff member traveled to Puerto Rico in May and served 352 hours with the American Red Cross. Campus Programs & Events • Arts & Exhibits o 5,272 visitors at the Exit Gallery o 1,600 visitors total for the Fall & Spring Art Markets • Procrastinator Theater o 3,959 attendees total  o 58 movies shown over the course of the year. o New programs:  3 Free Throw Back Thursday films  Star Wars Trivia Night  Established Stamp Card program  Sold movie posters throughout year. • Health & Well-being o Assisted in writing new university-wide policy on Medical Amnesty.  • Diversity and Inclusion  Diversity Symposium: The first annual diversity symposium was entirely student led, executed, and assessed. More than 300 individuals (faculty, staff, students, alumni, and community members) attended the symposium where there had the opportunity to attend more than 8 breakout sessions.   Student Engagement Global Ambassadors (SEGA)  The fall 2017 semester consisted of 13 SEGAs, across 10 majors, and a majority seniors and juniors. The spring 2018 semester consisted of 13 SEGAs, across 12 majors, and a majority juniors and sophomores.    Fall 2017 SEGA Reach:  • 56 hours a week of advising (in 4 locations – Study Abroad Advising room OIP 414, OSE Main Office SUB 222, Library, JJCBE Foyer) • 134 events volunteered   Programming and Campus Events Board: • They hosted 25 events throughout the 17-18 year with more than 40,000 unique student engagements (student attendance). Trivia Nights, Strike Out Hunger, Sweetheart Skate, Spring Concert, and more!  The PACE team was recognized for their innovative and exemplar efforts in student programming at the National Association of Campus Activities Western Regional conference.  PACE was awarded two regional awards: Outstanding Late Night Program (Pool Party at Bozeman Hot Springs) and Outstanding Campus Tradition (M Photo and Bobcat Block Party).