Mayville State University will offer swimming lessons for children during the months of May and June. Lessons will take place at the campus swimming pool, located in the MSU Campus Center.
The Mayville State University Theatre Department will present Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Richard R. George, adapted from the fantasy by Roald Dahl April 26 and 27. Performances will begin at 10 a.m., 1 p.m., and 7:30 p.m. each day in the Mayville State University Old Main Theatre, 330 Third Street NE, Mayville.
The Military Honor Garden, located on the grounds south of the Edson and Margaret Larson Alumni and Leadership Center at Mayville State, pays tribute not only to those who died during their service to the country, but also to those veterans who came home to their loved ones. It is our privilege to provide a beautiful place where we can honor these very special men and women. While the snow is still melting and a spring clean-up is in order, I encourage you to stop and see this beautiful tribute now or when spring is in full bloom. With Memorial Day coming soon, it is a good time to think about honoring a loved one at the Military Honor Garden.
Mayville State University will host three candidates for the position of athletic director during the week of April 23 to 27. Campus visits are scheduled as follows: Ryan Hall on Monday, April 23; Stephen Gast on Wednesday, April 25; and Matt Pohren on Friday, April 27. Each candidate will make a presentation from 10 to 10:45 a.m. on the date of his visit. All presentations will be held in the MSU Classroom Building Auditorium and are open to the public.
Brittany Ness graduated from Mayville State’s online RN-to-BSN nursing program in May of 2017. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing. Brittany, who earned an Associate of Applied Science degree in nursing in 2007, had been working as RN for ten years when she decided to pursue the bachelor’s degree.
Summer is a busy time at Mayville State. Although some of our on-campus students leave campus for summer jobs, internships, or just rest and relaxation, many of them continue their school work by taking online courses. Still others stay in Mayville to take part in our wide variety of summer course offerings. For many of Mayville State’s distance students, summer course offerings are critical to completing their degrees.