Weekly Newspaper Column

The President's Weekly Newspaper Column

Dr. Gary Hagen's column for the Traill County Tribune, Mayville’s local weekly newspaper.

CORE Spring Break Trip will provide invaluable experiences for MSU students

As university students across America set out to find adventure during spring break in March, Mayville State University students and faculty will be looking forward to adventure an…

Norway: From the Prairies and Plains to the Fantastic Fjords!

My wife, Debbie, and I are very excited to be tour hosts for the MSU Foundation and Alumni Association’s first-ever alumni and friends trip to Norway next summer. We’ll be departin…

Tradition will usher in the holiday season

As the holiday season approaches, we think of traditions we have come to look forward to year after year. One of those traditions is the Mayville State University Madrigal Feast, w…

Thanksgiving is a great time to open your home to a Mayville State student who is far from loved ones

For the beauties and abundance of the earth, for family near and far, for friends old and new, for the gift of each brand new day, and the chance to make a difference, let us give …

Students and staff organizing a Collegiate Relay For Life event to be held next spring

Each year, more than four million people in over 20 countries raise much-needed funds and awareness to save lives from cancer through the Relay For Life movement. During a Relay ev…

Campus and community members have opportunity to enhance knowledge of Native American culture

We look forward to hosting Dr. Anton Treuer, a professor of Ojibwe at Bemidji (Minn.) State University and the author of fourteen books. He’ll be at Mayville State University Nov. …

Staff Spotlight – Jeffrey Powell

We at Mayville State University are blessed with many great colleagues. These faculty and staff members are making an impact at the university, as well as in the community and beyo…

Opportunities in nursing education assist individuals while addressing statewide nursing shortage

We’ve reached another important milestone in the development of Mayville State’s RN-to-BSN nursing program. We are seeking accreditation with the Commission on Collegiate Nursing E…

Great progress made in HPER facility replacement project

Great progress continues to be made on our state-funded HPER project. The project involves replacement of the 1929 Old Gymnasium and expansion of classroom and lab/practice space f…

Mayville State will host HOSA conference

Mayville State University will have the privilege of hosting North Dakota’s HOSA-Future Health Professionals (Health Occupation Student Organization) fall conference on Monday, Oct…