As the holidays draw near, our hearts are filled with gratitude for the many gifts with which we have been blessed. One of those precious gifts for countless alumni and friends is Mayville State University. For 134 years, the university has provided experiences that have made lives better.
Mayville State University has been ranked one of today’s best schools for online nursing degree programs by EduMed.org. MSU’s online nursing program earned top honors for overall quality, affordability, and commitment to student success. Mayville State’s RN-to-BSN nursing program and the online nursing program overall are listed among the most affordable.
Cheryl Angen, clerk at the MSU Bookstore, is retiring after 31 years of service to Mayville State University. Prior to working at the bookstore, Cheryl was on the staff of the Mayville State Child Development Programs. She will be recognized during an open house at the bookstore, located in the MSU Campus Center, from 1 to 4 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 12. All are welcome to stop by and wish Cheryl well in her retirement.
As we take time to pause and reflect on our many blessings this Thanksgiving, my thoughts go immediately to the many people who make Mayville State University the special place it is. At “The School of Personal Service,” people are the priority. Faculty and staff provide the highest level of service to students and that way of life is emulated by the students who are served.
Mayville State University alumni and friends and all community members are invited to share their thoughts and ideas related to the renovation of Mayville State Old Main. Project architects Foss Architecture + Interiors will facilitate an interactive meeting for this purpose Tuesday, Nov. 28 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the MSU Classroom Building Auditorium. Those interested may participate in person or online. To join the online meeting, find a link at https://fossarch.com/oldmain/publicinput/community.
The project to renovate Mayville State’s Old Main is underway! We are super-excited about the project, and equally grateful to the North Dakota Legislature for providing the $52 million in funding to make it possible. This is reason for all members of the Mayville State University Family to celebrate!