MSU will be in session on campus for Fall Semester of 2020. Non-essential employees are transitioning from remote to on campus work. View COVID Restart updates.
Dr. Tami Such, Interim Vice President for Academic Affairs at Mayville State University, announces that the following students have been listed on the Dean's List for the Spring Semester of 2020 at Mayville State University. In order to be named to the Dean's List, each student has attained a grade point average of 3.50 or higher and has successfully completed a minimum of 12 graded credit hours of regular academic credit from Mayville State.
The annual Harvey McMullen Memorial Golf Tournament was held Friday, July 10, 2020 at the Mayville Golf Course. The beautiful course, sunny skies, and warm temperatures set the tone for a lovely day for the men and women who golfed in the scramble. Top that off with record attendance, and you’ve got the recipe for a fun-filled memorable day for Mayville State alumni and friends.
Amid all the extra planning required due to the coronavirus pandemic, staff and faculty are busy preparing for the return of students to campus for face-to-face instruction in the fall. Things will look a bit different, but it is our goal to make their experiences as close to what we’re used to as possible. One thing that will remain the same is our commitment to personal service. Students can expect to receive the personal attention they expect and deserve.
Dr. Joseph Mehus, chair of the Mayville State University Division of Science and Mathematics, Associate Professor of Biology, and North Dakota INBRE researcher, has secured a North Dakota INBRE grant. Funding will be used to study mosquito biology and ecology in the Mayville area. The goal of the project is to better understand mosquito species composition and population dynamics.
The coronavirus pandemic has no doubt upended life as we know it. There are still many unknowns, but one thing that we do know is that one of the best ways to slow or stop the spread of the virus is social distancing. On a small scale, social distancing can be challenging, but when you look at the broad picture, social distancing in a rural area such as Traill County comes with the territory.
Lon “Jorgy” Jorgensen, new Mayville State University Foundation Executive Director, recalls his graduation from Mayville State in May of 1993. “It was a hot, muggy day, but a fun one nonetheless,” said Jorgensen reflecting on the past as his new role at his alma mater begins. “It was a big day for all graduates. After all, how often does one graduate from college?”