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Minnesota State University Moorhead is an opportunity-rich learning community where students are empowered to reach their highest potential academically and personally. Exceptional faculty teach, advise and mentor, engaging students in collaborative scholarly research and creative projects that provide the experience to excel professionally and to be accepted into competitive graduate and professional programs. MSUM offers 76 majors and more than 170 emphases, along with 125+ student organizations, laying the foundation for a robust intellectual community and an active student life.
August 29, 11 am-1 pm, Comstock Memorial UnionThis event is for students looking for work study and non-work study jobs on campus.
August 24, 1 p.m., Newman Outdoor FieldJoin us for MSUM Night at the RedHawks vs. Sioux City Explorers. Visit the MSUM Admissions Office table, located inside the stadium, and participate for a chance to win prizes.
September 25, 1 p.m., Livingston Lord LibraryGrand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony to include program, tours, displays, refreshments and more.
Homecoming Week at MSUM Sept. 22–27 will feature the typical celebratory events--a neighborhood block party on Sept. 22, academic deans will compete for best chili on Thursday and on Saturday, Sept. 27 there will be a parade, tailgating and the big football game.
Former SID Larry Scott remembers when the MSU football team won games at South Dakota State and regularly made the playoffs. He wanted to make sure those glory days weren’t forgotten, so he wrote a book about Ross Fortier, the legendary former Dragons head coach who guided the program during that run of success.
Eight people have been named 2014 Distinguished Alumni by the MSUM Alumni Foundation. Alumni are selected based on personal and professional accomplishments in the years following graduation.
For 100 years, MSUM was a college on the prairie without a philosophy department. That changed in 1962 with the arrival of philosopher and professor Charles Magel, who developed the department. He died in March and left the university an $800,000 gift.