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  • Spring 2018 Registration Windows

    It is hard to believe, but registration for the spring 2018 semester is scheduled to begin October 23, 2017. Registration proceeds according to the number of semester hours individual students have completed with grades. Students with more earned semester hours are allowed to register earlier than students with less semester hours. Important Reminders:  SCHEDULE: The […]

    Upcoming Professional Development Opportunities

    Faculty: Take advantage of some upcoming professional development opportunities regarding course design and instructional technologies.  Minnesota Online Quality Initiative (MOQI) is offering free 1-hour webinars. Topics include: Increase Student Engagement Using Discussion Boards Lights, Camera, Action…Recorded Lectures MediaSpace for Recorded Lectures The ABCs of Assessment Tips to Improve Navigation, Usability and Organization in Your Online […]

    Transfer Pathways Update

    Work on implementation of the four pilot transfer pathways is underway. A lot of learning about the best way to handle details is taking place. One result of that learning process has been the realization of the amount of time required and the need to extend the deadline for implementation. The pathways have been divided […]

    Minnesota State Employees’ Combined Charities Campaign is here

    From Oct. 1 through Oct. 31, join us in a competition with the other Minnesota State Universities to be the most charitable institution. We are competing for the highest percentage of employee participation—even $10 helps! Employees can donate to a charity of their choice through payroll deduction. Set it up once, and your generosity keeps […]

    MSUM Enrollment Increases for 2nd Straight Year

    The official Fall Semester enrollment figures for Minnesota State University Moorhead show an overall increase led by gains in new entering freshman and graduate students. Overall total headcount for undergraduate and graduate students is up 1.67 percent driven by a 21 percent increase in graduate students and a 2.5 percent increase in new entering freshman. […]

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