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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. 

Veterans and military personnel to be honored at alumni center

The Edson and Margaret Larson Foundation has recently given a gift of $340,000 that will finish the Mayville State University foundation project to save historic Northwest Hall, located on the Mayville State campus, and turn it into a first class…

Scholarship recipients and donors recognized at annual MSU Foundation brunch

The “power of scholarships” was the theme for the annual brunch hosted by the MSU Foundation for Mayville State University scholarship recipients and their families, together with the scholarship donors. Nearly 100 people attended the brunch which…

Schurman and Fetsch awarded Frank White and Chris Snortland Annual Scholarships

Brooke Schurman, Walhalla, N.D., and Garth Fetsch, Langdon, N.D., both freshmen at Mayville State University, are the first recipients of the Frank White and Chris Snortland Annual Scholarships at Mayville State. Each of the students received $500…

Collegiate DECA chapter members attend state leadership conference

Seventeen students from the Mayville State University Collegiate DECA chapter traveled to Fargo October 9 and 10 for the state leadership conference held at the Holiday Inn. DECA is a leadership organization with an interest in marketing, management,…

Batesel authors book on National Association baseball

Dr. Paul Batesel, emeritus professor of English at Mayville State University, is the author of a new book entitled Players and Teams of the National Association, 1871-1875. This is Batesel’s third published book. Unlike its two predecessors, Major…
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