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. 

Giving Hearts Day generates nearly $12,500 for RN-to-BSN online nursing program at Mayville State

Through the efforts of Giving Hearts Day on Thursday, Feb. 14, nearly $12,500 was generated for the RN-to-BSN online nursing program at Mayville State University. This amount includes individual contributions, as well as matching funds. Giving Hearts…

Meet Mayville State’s new head football coach and find out who the Comets men’s basketball team will play in the opening round of the national championship

The public is invited to meet Mayville State’s newly named head football coach Jeff Larson at a news conference planned for Wednesday, Feb. 27 at 4 p.m. in the MSU Campus Center Luckasen Room. Those in attendance will hear from Coach Larson, as well…

Public invited to attend MSU head football coach candidate presentations

Three candidates for the position of Mayville State University head football coach will visit the campus the week of Feb. 18. Jeff Larson will visit Mayville State Wednesday, Feb. 20. Nate Gill will be on campus Thursday, Feb. 21, and Bill Nickell…

Spring enrollment record set at Mayville State University

Final official enrollment numbers for the Spring 2019 semester at Mayville State University show a more than six percent increase over the 2018 spring semester. Headcount enrollment for spring 2019 is at 1,121. Mayville State University has…

Support the RN-to-BSN online nursing program on Giving Hearts Day, Thursday, February 14

Gifts made to the Mayville State University Foundation through the efforts of Giving Hearts Day on Thursday, Feb. 14 will support the RN-to-BSN program at Mayville State University. This is an opportunity for donors to help make a difference in the…
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