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Campus News

Stay up to date with the great things happening at Mayville State. The latest news items are listed below. 

Mayville State faculty members participate in NDACTE event to address teacher shortages

Mayville State University teacher education faculty members Dr. Carly Theis, Dr. Brittany Hagen, Dr. Yvonne Cannon, and Dr. Kelli Odden represented Mayville State at the North Dakota Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (NDACTE) Partners in…

Enhanced Mayville State football match challenge met ahead of deadline

In June, an anonymous Mayville State University donor issued a challenge to all Mayville State alumni and friends. The challenge was to match the donor’s fifth challenge gift to Mayville State Football, a gift of $30,000. The donor had issued the…

Members of Homecoming court represent all Mayville State students during 2023 festivities

Mayville State’s 2023 Homecoming queen, Mackenzie Hughes, and king, Marcus Hughes, both of Thompson, N.D., were crowned Thursday evening, Sept. 14. Together with the homecoming court, Thyra Peterick, Hatton, N.D.; Kaitlin Ensign, Buxton, N.D.; Miriam…

Bachmeier establishes scholarship to support Mayville State agribusiness students

Mayville State University benefactor and Mayville, N.D. native Terry Bachmeier is sharing his family farming heritage by establishing the Bachmeier Family Agribusiness Scholarship. The purpose of the scholarship is to assist students pursuing the…

Ceremony of Remembrance tradition at Military Honor Garden continues; open house planned at Larson Center prior to ceremony September 16

The traditional Ceremony of Remembrance at the Military Honor Garden, located on the south lawn of the Edson and Margaret Larson Alumni and Leadership Center at Mayville State, will be a highlight of the Farmers Bowl/Homecoming 2023 festivities at…
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