Mayville State University’s all-time enrollment record has been topped for the sixth-straight year. Final Fall Semester 2017 figures show a one percent increase, with 1,140 students enrolled, breaking the previous record which was set in 2016. This is the seventh enrollment record set in the last eight years.
“We are very pleased with the enrollment gains at Mayville State University,” said Mayville State University Vice President for Student Affairs Dr. Andrew Pflipsen. “Mayville State is a great option for students looking for a top-quality education at an outstanding value. We are very happy to have record numbers of students who are taking advantage of the wide range of interesting and valuable academic offerings at Mayville State. These students will receive the attention and direction they expect and deserve from their instructors.”
Student success is the number one priority at Mayville State. On-campus and online students alike will find helpful and supportive faculty and staff who are willing and able to help. Academic and student support services are available to all students.
“We have made an investment in these students, and their success is of utmost importance to us,” said Dr. Pflipsen.
MSU offers a variety of extended learning opportunities. Distance students may enroll as non-degree-seekers or pursue degree programs. An online RN-to-BSN program features flexibility to accommodate working RNs who want to become nurses at the baccalaureate level. MSU partners with Lake Region State College in Devils Lake, N.D., North Dakota State College of Science in Wahpeton, N.D., and Williston (N.D.) State College to offer four-year degree opportunities to students in those locations.
Mayville State’s campus has recently been extensively updated. A Health, Physical Education, and Recreation renovation and expansion project has provided new and modern classroom and training space for students and athletes. The largest residence hall on campus has been transformed to provide apartment- and suite-style living accommodations, and a traditional residence hall has recently been updated for use as a living and learning community for high-achieving students.