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MSU Police Cutting Some Business Hours

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The Montana State University Police Department is cutting back the hours of some business transactions.

University police will handle all business transactions between 5:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m., seven days a week.

That means you can now only buy your MSU parking permit, request records and get fingerprinted during that time.

You can still order your parking permit online with the printed receipt serving as your permit for 14 days.

University police officials said they cut those hours because they weren't getting many customers late at night.

Official police functions will remain open 24-7.

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