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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 women’s basketball players provide service to the community

The Mayville State University women’s basketball team had a day off from basketball practice on Sunday, Oct. 28. Instead of practicing, they took the day to help members of the Mayville-Portland community. During their “Service Day,” the women…

Toys for Tickets drive underway at Mayville State

The Mayville State University women’s basketball team has launched their annual Toys for Tickets drive. People are invited to bring new, unwrapped toys to home women’s and men’s basketball games at the Lewy Lee Fieldhouse Dec. 1 and 2. Anyone who…

Mayville State student receives BCBSND Caring Foundation scholarship

Sara Stevenson, Cavalier, N.D., is one of 26 recipients of the 2018 Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Dakota Caring Foundation Health Professional Scholarship. Stevenson is enrolled in Mayville State University’s RN-to-BSN online nursing program. The…

Dr. Kjelland presents keynote lecture in Tuxpan

Dr. Michael Kjelland, Assistant Professor of Biology at Mayville State University, recently presented a key note lecture at the VII Congreso Internacional Biológico Agropecuario that was held October 3-5, 2018 in Tuxpan, Veracruz, México. This was…

Mayville State awarded $2,249,009 Department of Education Strengthening Institutions Program grant

Officials at Mayville State University have been notified that the U.S. Department of Education has awarded the university a $2,249,009 Strengthening Institutions Program (SIP) grant. The grant will be distributed over five years and was available as…
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