Tag Archives: Mayville State University

Tenure helps programs grow

Three professors reflect on programs, achievements The security to teach the very best content without pressure to compromise is one of the highest-sought and hardest-won benefits any educator can earn. Knowing that your professional role is secure can free an individual to focus on skill development, team building, research and myriad other tasks necessary to… Read More »

Mayville State University Campus Successes – March

MaSU awarded $1,117,837 Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership Grant for North Dakota: MaSU Child Development Programs will receive $1,117,837 in the first year of funding in a new Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership grant for North Dakota. MaSU will collaborate with numerous entities to provide collaborative, affordable, and comprehensive early care and education services to… Read More »

Student organizations raise money for Mayville State employee battling cancer

Student organizations raise money for Mayville State employee battling cancer – MaSU Student Senate, along with other campus organizations, sponsored a pancake breakfast and raised thousands of dollars to help defray medical expenses for Sandy Popiela, an MaSU employee who is battling cancer. Ms. Sandy, as she affectionately known, has been a mainstay in the… Read More »

MaSU’s spring enrollment surpasses 1,000 students for first time ever

Mayville State University’s enrollment has surpassed the 1,000-student-mark for the first time ever in a spring semester. With 1,020 students enrolled, the current headcount is 4.0% higher than last spring semester. The number of dual credit students has increased 24.4% over last spring, and the numbers of degree-seeking and non-degree-seeking students are up, at 8.6%… Read More »

MaSU Child Development Program’s Head Start Earns Perfect Review

The MaSU Child Development Program’s Head Start and Early Head Start earned a perfect review when the Administration of Children and Families conducted a tri-annual monitoring in October. The monitoring team saw no areas of non-compliance or deficiencies. The comprehensive program serves more than 300 children across Traill, Steele, Griggs, Nelson, and Grand Forks Counties.… Read More »