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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. 

Gardens of Remembrance will honor Mayville State’s history, tradition of personal service

Construction of Mayville State’s new Gardens of Remembrance is underway. The total project includes the Garden of Personal Service and the Flagpole Garden and is located on the grounds north of the Edson and Margaret Larson Alumni and Leadership…

Flexibility in delivery makes Mayville State special ed program accessible for students

Mayville State’s special education online fast track program prepares teacher candidates to seek licensure as Special Education Strategists who are qualified to serve a multi-categorical population of students with special needs.

Learn about Mayville State mosquito research at June 7 public forum

The public is invited to learn about the mosquito research Mayville State University students have been conducting during the last year. An open forum will be held Monday, June 7, beginning at 5 p.m. in the Campus Center Luckasen Room. Attendees…

Public invited to attend athletic director candidate presentations

Mayville State University will host three candidates for the position of athletic director. Campus visits are scheduled as follows: Roger Kish on Wednesday, May 19; Jason Vittone on Thursday, May 20; and Larry Cox on Monday, May 24.

Commemorative graduation ceremony held for baseball seniors

Since the baseball team would be on their way to Kentucky for the NAIA National Baseball Championship Opening Round on Saturday morning, May 15, which was also Mayville State's commencement day, a special commemorative graduation ceremony was held…
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