Mayville State University students Ryan Klath, Portland, N.D., and Creighton Pfau, West Fargo, N.D., had the honor of meeting Peyton Manning, former National Football League quarterback, at a Fargo Moorhead West Fargo Chamber of Commerce Voices of Vision event held Tuesday, Nov. 5 in Fargo, N.D. Manning was the keynote speaker the event and met a limited number of event attendees prior to the start of the program.
Growing degree programs is a top priority in the plans to transform Mayville State University. Several of our proposed degree programs were approved by the State Board of Higher Education during the 2018-2019 academic year. They are the Associate of Arts (liberal arts transfer); undergraduate certificates in online digital teaching, biotechnology, and college studies; a Bachelor of Science degree in sport coaching; the Master of Science degree in nursing; and graduate certificates in nurse educator and nursing leadership.
Mayville State University Athletic Director Ryan Hall and Head Athletic Trainer Tim O’Brien had the honor of hosting a delegation of three representatives from Ritsumeikan University in Kusata, Shiga, Japan, on Thursday, Nov. 7. The group from Japan was interested in learning more about Mayville State University’s athletic programs and department, and had the opportunity to tour the MSU campus and athletic facilities.
Area families are invited to visit with Santa at the Edson and Margaret Larson Alumni and Leadership Center Saturday, Dec. 7 from 10 a.m. to noon. The Larson Center is located at the corner of Third Avenue and Stan Dakken Drive on the campus of Mayville State University. All are welcome! The Mayville State University Alumni Association board of directors will host a morning of family fun to be enjoyed by all ages at the Larson Center on Dec. 7. Mayville State graduate and artist Doug Anderson, Cavalier, N.D., will teach children to draw Santa. There will be opportunities for children to make ornaments to take home, story-telling, music, and more.
We at Mayville State University could not be more thankful for the many volunteers who give of their time, talents, and resources to benefit the university. Each and every day, there are volunteers who are making a difference in the life of our university and the lives of our students.
The timing is perfect! Just when you’re getting cabin fever and want to get out of the house, along comes the MSU Foundation Glitz & Glam! This year’s gala will be held Saturday, Jan. 25, 2020, and will center around a Las Vegas-style theme, featuring entertainment by Dueling Pianos. The evening will begin with a social from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., followed by dinner. The excitement of the Dueling Pianos show will begin at 8 p.m.