MSU will be in session on campus for Fall Semester of 2020. Non-essential employees are transitioning from remote to on campus work. View COVID Restart updates.
We eagerly await the return of students to the Mayville State campus for the fall semester. It will be great to restore our sense of community in a face-to-face situation, even if things are a little different from what we have come to know, we will always be “The School of Personal Service.” Classes will begin at 4 p.m. Monday, Aug. 24.
The Comet Athletic Club is sponsoring its 14th annual Sportsmen’s Raffle to raise academic scholarships for the student athletes of Mayville State University. A total of 50 guns will be raffled at an event planned for Saturday evening, Sept. 26, 2020. Ticket holders will have a one-in-ten chance of winning a gun, and need not be present to win. Raffle tickets are on sale now for $100 each.
A record number of players participated in the annual Around the Horn Golf Classic held at the Mayville Golf Course Friday, Aug. 7. Mayville State alumni and friends gathered for a day of fun and to raise funds in support of Comets Baseball.
All students who will be studying on the Mayville State campus are strongly encouraged to test for COVID-19 approximately five days prior to arriving on campus for the fall semester. This is the best thing students can do right now to stop the spread of the virus. In many cases, young adults are asymptomatic, not even knowing they are carrying the virus.
Each of the state’s college campuses is an important component of that area’s local economy. Periodically, the North Dakota University System (NDUS) conducts a study that measures the economic contribution of the university system. The most recent such study was conducted for fiscal year (FY) 2017 and released in December of 2018.
We continue to make plans and preparations for our return to face-to-face instruction and services for students this fall. We’re excited to be able to make this big step toward a return to normalcy as we navigate the coronavirus pandemic.