President's Weekly Message

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Campus News

Stay up to date with the great things happening at Mayville State. The latest news items are listed below. 

Mayville State closed January 11

Mayville State is closed on Thursday, January 11, 2018 due to blizzard conditions. Classes are cancelled. Offices are closed.

Traill County/Mayville State luncheon in Mesa scheduled for February 13

The annual Traill County/Mayville State University reunion luncheon will be held in Mesa, Arizona Tuesday, Feb. 13, 2018. The luncheon will be held in the Apache Hall of the Apache Wells Country Club, 5601 E Hermosa Vista Drive, Mesa. Socializing…

Klocke will return to Mayville State as executive director of MSU Foundation

John Klocke will return to the position of executive director of the MSU Foundation at Mayville State University beginning on Jan. 18, 2018. Klocke’s primary responsibilities will include planning, coordinating and executing comprehensive fundraising…

The Dueling Pianos Party is coming to Mayville State!

The young, energetic, and exciting Midwest Dueling Pianos entertainers will be at Mayville State University Saturday evening, Jan. 27, 2018, just in time to help chase away the winter blues and cabin fever! The Dueling Pianos Party, hosted by the MSU…

Mayville State research finds prospect of wheat as an industrial resource

North Dakota is a major wheat-producing state in the United States. North Dakota’s wheat crop is about 362 million bushels annually, and more than 23 million bushels of spring and durum wheat are milled every year.
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- Ashlee Nelson