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400x400supportDECA.jpgMayville State Collegiate DECA chapter members are going to the international conference!

At the recent state conference, 19 of the 28 Mayville State chapter members who competed in various events qualified to attend and compete at the international conference in Atlanta, Georgia in April. In addition, the chapter and its individual members received a number of state and national leadership awards.

Two Mayville State chapter officers were recognized with the North Dakota Collegiate DECA Outstanding Service Award. Kiana Johnson, Mayville State’s chapter president, and Abigayle Kohls, Mayville State’s vice president of public relations, were both recipients of this award. Abigayle was also elected to the position of state president. The Mayville State chapter as a whole received the Community Service Award. Mayville State University also received the State Membership Increase Award. The chapter membership has increased by 20% over the last year, successfully making it the largest Collegiate DECA chapter in the state. This year’s roster of 36 members is also the highest number of Collegiate DECA members in Mayville State University history.

Would you consider making a gift to  assist students who will attend the international conference?

The cost for 19 individuals to attend the international conference is great. Would you consider a gift to the chapter that would help to ensure that our members can attend the conference?

It will be a wonderful learning and networking opportunity for all who participate, and your support will be very much appreciated.

Please send your gift to MSU Collegiate DECA, c/o MSU Foundation, 330 Third Street NE, Mayville, ND  58257.

Click here to make a gift online now.

If possible, gifts should be received by April 15 in order that they may be used for trip expenses.


Click here to learn more about Mayville State's Collegiate DECA chapter.

Click here to see results of the 2020 North Dakota State Collegiate DECA competition.