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Comstock Memorial Union

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    Think the Comstock Memorial Union is just meeting rooms and places to eat? Think again! We've got a little something for everyone. Discover all that the Union has to offer you—everything from leadership programs to pool tables to coffee to many spaces to relax and unwind!


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  • The Administrative Office of the student union is the place to go if you have questions about reservations, events, policies, advertising and more. Stop by and see us. If we can’t answer your question, we probably know someone else who can! Go to Questions & Answers for more information.

    The Affinity Plus Credit Union offers a variety of services and accounts that are designed to help young people establish credit and plan for the future. Membership in Affinity Plus is open to students, staff, faculty, or alumni of the Minnesota State University System. As a member, you will be able to take advantage of the great services the credit union has to offer. Members can enjoy great rates from their savings, checking, and certificate accounts. They will be excited to learn of low interest rates for consumer and real estate loans. Call 218.287.8833 or visit the Affinity Plus website.

    The American Indian Research & Resource Center provides a sense of community, while celebrating American Indian heritage, arts, language & culture. The AIRRC is open weekdays when classes are in session.

    The Dragon Entertainment Group enhances the college experience through leadership, student development and innovative programming that reflects and supports the diversity of Minnesota State University Moorhead and the surrounding community. We provide students with the opportunity to develop lifelong skills that complement their academic experience. Find out more about upcoming events or being part of the action on The Group’s website.

    Dragon Entertainment Group also oversees Homecoming. Homecoming is our annual celebration of being a Dragon. A week full of activities that is designed to bring together current Dragons and alumni, as well as the Moorhead community. With each year, a new theme is picked to keep our ideas as original as the students attending MSUM. Learn more about the week on the MSUM Homecoming website.

    First Year Programs at MSUM coordinates Student Orientation, Advising & Registration (SOAR), Welcome Week, the First Year Experience course, and Learning Communities. Get more info on these activities on the First Year Programs website.

    The Intercultural Center offers educational, social and cultural programming, collaborates with academic departments, administration, and the Fargo-Moorhead community, and provides opportunities to engage in dialogue on a wide range of topics related to international and domestic diversity and the experiences of diverse individuals. Learn more on the MSUM Diversity website.

    International Student Services is committed to promoting, supporting and celebrating an international environment at Minnesota State University Moorhead. Learn more about admissions, programs, and experiences on the International Student Services website.

    The Office of Diversity strives to be a supportive umbrella to all cultural movements and growths, and help each student of any background to be comfortable with their identity in order to become and give the best of themselves. Visit the Office of Diversity and Inclusion website for information about events, student organizations, affirmative action and so much more!

    The Office of Student Activities provides leadership opportunities furthering MSUM students' development and builds community through programs, activities, and student organizations. Visit the Office of Student Activities website for information on student organizations, volunteering, leadership opportunities and more!

    Student Senate is the officially recognized voice of the Student Body at MSUM. It strives to be a democratic forum, generating opinions in the form of motions that represent the will of the Student Body. It advocates to the administration of the university, Minnesota State system, local, state, and federal governments. Student Senate also implements projects that will help further the sense of community and involvement on campus, helping make things run further for the Students on our campus. To learn more, visit the Student Senate website.