President's Weekly Message

Keep up with President Brian Van Horn in his weekly columns that appear in the local newspaper, the Traill County Tribune. Click here to get connected.

 

Campus News

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

Local hunter education group benefits from Comet Athletic Club raffle

The Comet Athletic Club was the recipient of a white-tail deer license given as a donation to a non-profit organization from the North Dakota Game and Fish Department. The license was the prize in one of the raffle games that took place during the…

Dedication of new artificial turf field will be a highlight of Farmers Bowl 2018

A longtime dream has become a reality! Artificial turf has been installed at Mayville State University’s Jerome Berg Field. The first Mayville State game to be played on the new turf will be the Farmers Bowl game on Saturday, Sept. 8, beginning at 1…

Comet Athletic Club Sportsmen's Raffle is instrumental in providing scholarships for student athletes

The 12th annual Mayville State University Comet Athletic Club Sportsmen’s Raffle event held Saturday evening, Aug. 25 at the Mayville Armory, generated lots of excitement and anticipation, with the ultimate goal of financial support for Comet…

Alpha Phi Sigma Omicron Chapter holds new member induction

The newest members of Mayville State University’s Omicron Chapter of Alpha Phi Sigma were inducted Tuesday, April 24, 2018. Chapter officers, Sara Larson, president; Brenna Swanson, vice president; Megan Maassel, secretary; Morgan Karlstad,…

Installation of turf at Jerome Berg Field nearing the home stretch

The installation of an artificial turf field at Mayville State's Jerome Berg Field is nearing the home stretch. The main turf has been put into place, and the details are now being added. A new scoreboard will be installed some time during the next…
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