Give to MSUM
Academic Support Center
Distinction in Engagement
Recommended Activities for Category Five
Select an Academic Department
American Multicultural Studies
Anthropology & Earth Science
Art and Design
Cinema Arts and Digital Technologies
Computer Science and Information Systems
Construction Management & Operations Management
Health and Physical Education
Languages and Cultures
Nursing and Healthcare Leadership
Physics and Astronomy
Sociology and Criminal Justice
Speech Language Hearing Sciences
Teaching and Learning
Womens and Gender Studies
Meet with a Counselor
DARS (Degree Audit Report)
LASC (Liberal Arts and Sciences Curriculum)
Writing Intensive Requirements
Peer Advising Program
Faculty Advising Information
Advisor Reference Guide
LEAD Advisor Program
National Academic Advising Association (NACADA)
Directions for Academic Updates
Sorting Groups and Viewing Aggregate Data Procedures
Static Lists Procedures
PSEO - Post Secondary Enrollment Option
Program Requirements & Eligibility
Accuplacer Math & English Placement
Disability Services Testing
Academic Assistant Program
University Studies Degree
Requirements for the Major
Requirements and Planning Form
Important Dates & Deadlines
Academic Support Center
Recommended Activities for Category Five:
Citizenship Within the Region
College of Arts & Humanities
Assume a leadership position or be an active participant in a student or community organization involved in governmental, social justice, or political issues
Work on a political campaign, help with fund raising, assist with voter registration, volunteer to work at your local polling site, lobby at the legislature, and/or advocate for students issues with regional representatives
Participate regularly in TOCAR activies or committees for at least one year
College of Education & Human Services
Join and actively participate in a group such as Students for a Democratic Society, Network for Environmentally Educated Dragons or Students Today, Leaders Forever.
Assist a non-profit organization in fundraising efforts.
Volunteer for voter registration drives or poll worker activities.
Serve on Student Senate.
Volunteer with the Giving Learning Program: Mentoring New Americans to Succeed (preparation for naturalization exam).
College of Social & Natural Sciences
Students will, through their own motivation, participate for 20 hours in the Tri-State activities of a social service organization, community organization, political organization, military service organization, or religious organization. A list of contact information for some of these organizations will be made available to students.
Students will play an active role in TOCAR (Training Our Campuses Against Racism) on campus.
A member of
Minnesota State Colleges and University System
and an affirmative action/equal opportunity university.
Minnesota State University Moorhead
1104 7th Ave South
Moorhead, MN 56563