School of Architecture students work with real clients to solve problems through MSU's Community Design Center

For over 40 years, the Community Design Center (CDC) has served Montanans by connecting cutting edge design with the people who need it. The CDC reaches out to non-profit organizations and government agencies to provide the visioning, planning and conceptual design skills necessary to create great communities. Recent projects include the Rocky Mountain Laboratories Interpretive Center in Hamilton, Montana; Affordable Housing in Gardiner, Montana; and Tiny Dwelling affordable housing in Bozeman; Reimagining Downtown Livingston, Museum of the Rockies Expansion and Renovation; and Art in the Airport, Concourse B Gallery.