We eagerly await the fall semester and the return of a campus filled with students, faculty, and staff. It will be wonderful to see those who have been away for the summer as well as to meet and get to know the newest members of the Mayville State family.
An anonymous Mayville State University donor has come forward for a fourth time and is issuing a challenge to all Mayville State alumni and friends. The donor will match dollar-for-dollar all gifts made to support Mayville State Football, up to a total of $20,000. Gifts must be received in the MSU Foundation by Nov. 12, 2022. All funds received will assist the Mayville State University football program through the work of the White Hat Club.
Mayville State University President Dr. Brian Van Horn will present his state of the university address Wednesday, Aug. 17, 2022 at 10:30 a.m. The presentation will be made in the Old Main Theatre at Mayville State University. The public is invited to attend.
As an athletic director, when safety is in question for your athletes and funding large ticket items that provide safeguards is an obstacle, what do you do? You enlist the assistance of your supporters. That’s just exactly what Mayville State University Athletic Director Jay DeCann did when medical carrier Sanford Health informed the athletic department that a utility cart was needed on the football field should there be a need to transfer an athlete with serious injuries from the field.
The Comet Athletic Club is sponsoring its 16th annual Sportsmen’s Raffle to raise academic scholarships for the student athletes of Mayville State University. A total of 50 guns will be raffled at an event planned in conjunction with Farmers Bowl on Saturday evening, Sept. 10, 2021. Ticket holders will have a one-in-ten chance of winning a gun and need not be present to win. Raffle tickets are on sale now for $100 each.
The fall semester and all the excitement that surrounds it is fast-approaching! Comet Football players and staff reported to campus for pre-season camp on Aug. 1. Comet Volleyball players and coaches report to campus on Aug. 6. Before we know it, the campus will be buzzing with the return of all students, faculty, and staff. Classes begin August 22.