MSU is in session on campus for the Spring Semester of 2021. View information related to COVID-19 and campus operations.
It’s beginning to feel a little more like normal. As the COVID-19 situation stabilizes and vaccines become more widely available, there are more activities for students, including athletic contests, intramural sports, student life events, and more. We continue to offer Rapid Antigen COVID-19 testing daily on campus and the number of positive cases and close contacts is extremely minimal. We can’t let our guard down, but we are thankful for the stability.
What’s the big deal? Mayville State University will be in the national spotlight when Small Town Big Deal, America’s show, features the university and Mayville-Portland. Show hosts, Rodney Miller and Jann Carl, and their crew will be here Sept. 16-19 to highlight Farmers Bowl and many of the things that make our campus and community special. This is our time to shine! Let’s make this the best Farmers Bowl ever! Learn more about Small Town Big Deal at https://www.smalltownbigdeal.com/.
Fourteen Mayville State University students participated in the North Dakota Collegiate DECA Career Development Conference in Fargo, N.D. March 22 and 23, 2021. The annual state conference provided an opportunity for students to compete against 100 of their peers representing nine other North Dakota colleges in business-related events. Mayville State University’s Collegiate DECA chapter made a strong impact at this year’s conference, qualifying 12 of 14 students, for the virtual international competition in April.
Super-exciting news for the community and the university will be revealed at an event planned for Wednesday, April 7, 2021 at 5 p.m. It will be held in the Lewy Lee Fieldhouse at Mayville State. We hope you will join us and be among the first to know what the excitement is all about. This could very well be considered one of the biggest things to happen for our community and university. Don’t miss out!
Voices of the Valley presented their Volume 7 Collection: “Childhood” at the March 25, 2021 University of North Dakota Writers Conference. Readers, who participated virtually, were Mayville State Instructor of English Aprill Hastings; Associate Professor of English Erin Lord Kunz; and English major and Library, Media, and Information Sciences minor, Maddy Williams, a junior from Mayville, N.D.
What’s the big deal? Join in the fun at Mayville State University Lewy Lee Fieldhouse Wednesday, April 7, 2021 at 5 p.m. Big news for the community and Mayville State University will be revealed. Don’t miss out! Be among the first to know what the excitement is all about.