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Minnesota State, Mankato wins NSIC title; Winona State's NCAA hopes still alive

The Mavericks won Saturday’s title game 4-2 at the Rochester Youth Fastpitch Softball Association complex. Top-seeded Augustana beat Minnesota State 5-0 in the first championship game of the double-elimination tournament Saturday.

No. 17-ranked MSU, Mankato earns an automatic bid into the NCAA national tournament. The Mavericks will play in the Central Regional in Edmond, Okla., beginning Wednesday.

Augustana, which won the national championship in 2019, is expected to earn a bid as well, when the tournament field is announced late Sunday night.

Winona State (37-12) was eliminated from the NSIC tournament by Augustana on Saturday. WSU came up one win shy of a spot in the title game.

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Saturday's victory marked the fourth time the Mavericks have won the NSIC postseason championship. They previously won in 2012, 2013 and 2017.

Faribault native McKayla Armbruster was the winning pitcher in the Mavericks' victory, allowing just two runs in 6 1/3 innings pitched.

Hannah McCarville drove in two runs for the Mavericks and Farmington's Carly Esselman was 2-for-4. Augustana pulled within 4-2 in the bottom of the seventh in the decisive game, but MSU's Kylie Sullivan made a running catch in right field for the final out.

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Dean’s lists for the past fall semester at Minnesota State University, Mankato have been announced.

Students who qualified for the high honor list acheived a 4.0 straight “A” average, while those who earned a 3.5 to 3.99 average qualified for the honors list.

Adams — High honors, Hilary Bottema; honors, Jacob Anderson and Michael Fasbender.

Austin — High honors, Timothy Farrell, Justin Bergemann, Lauren Stasi, and Cloey Thorpe; honors, Rainier Bergstrom Conley, Michaela Finnegan, Megan Fleiner, Cristian Gonzalez, Olivia Hunt, Kayla Jacobsen, Noah Kinney, Madison Klein, Phong Le, Sophomore, Honor List, and Taylor Turner.

Brownsdale —  High honors, Katelyn Pike; honors, Katelyn Luthe.

Dexter — High honors,  Sydney Tapp; honors, Chessa Goergen.

Grand Meadow — Honors, Reid Buschmann and Dylan Jech.

Lyle — Honors, BreeAnna Strouf and Courtney Walter.

Rose Creek — Honors, Thomas Bottema.

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In the event that you neglect to meet all requirements for completely subsidized college grants, consider taking on colleges that are educational cost-free or charge low educational expenses or those contribution educational expense waivers. Nations like Norway, Austria, Germany, Finland, and Sweden offer various sorts of free/low educational cost plans and educational cost waivers for worldwide understudies. Study abroad - The experience of living in an obscure spot is one that we as a whole ache for. Another culture, new individuals, new spots, new food - who wouldn't care to have that sort of an encounter, correct? Concentrating abroad offers you this load of encounters and significantly more. However, the gigantic educational expense and other everyday costs are consistently the major issues. Below are some of the countries offering free education for international students. Educational cost Scholarships in Swedish Universities Application and educational expenses apply for the individuals who are not residents of an EU/EEA/Nordic country or Switzerland learning at the unhitched male's or expert's level. Nonetheless, the Swedish Institute and a critical number of Universities offer full and fractional grants as educational cost waivers for global understudies. PhD positions in Sweden are normally offered as paid situations by colleges or outside subsidizing bodies. This implies that in the event that you are offered a situation as a PhD competitor, you won't pay expenses and will get a month-to-month payment. Norway Graduate, post-graduate, and doctorate level projects in Norway are totally liberated from cost, paying little mind to your ethnicity. However, they do have one prerequisite - you ought to be capable in Norwegian, as most college classes are instructed in this language. Brain it, they do request evidence of capability in the language. So in the event that, you intend to apply, better beginning learning immediately! Norway is another country where you don't need to spend a penny to seek undergrad, post alumni, or doctoral certifications. This is on the grounds that the public authority funds the instruction in the country with citizen's cash. Be that as it may, most top colleges in Norway offer training in Norwegian language which is the reason you need to get familiar with the language and furthermore breeze through a capability assessment. The majority of the colleges have exceptional PC offices with fast internet providers Germany Without a doubt, Germany is best the rundown of nations where one can seek advanced education at no expense. Practically all state-funded colleges don't charge any educational expenses. All that the understudies require to pay in some cases is the organization expense which is exceptionally negligible and very less contrasted with what is charged in our own country. 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The great climate and the moderate average cost for basic items, make Austria an optimal spot for understudies, all things considered, to come for advanced education. A portion of the top colleges in Austria for global understudies are the University of Vienna and the University of Innsbruck. Finland Advanced education is free in Finland particularly at the Post Graduate and Doctoral levels. Finland is mainstream for offering courses in planning, design, correspondence and so on This nation has likewise some extraordinary polytechnic universities offering more pragmatic-based instruction. Presently, Finland doesn't charge any educational expense for any degree of training or any ethnicity. However, come 2017, and it will begin charging educational expenses from non-EU/EEA understudies for English-showed Bachelor's and Master's projects. 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John’s Journal: “That's just 100 percent effort”

In a play that will live on in Prep Bowl lore, Minneota senior Jonah Gruenes scored a near-miraculous touchdown Friday late in the first half of the Vikings’ 20-14 loss to Mayer Lutheran in the Class 1A championship game at U.S. Bank Stadium.

On the first play after the Vikings recovered a Mayer Lutheran fumble, Gruenes caught a 22-yard scoring pass from Isaac Pohlen to give Minneota a 14-13 lead at halftime. In the official statistical account, the play is described thusly: #12 I. Pohlen pass complete to #10 J. Gruenes for 22 yards to the MLn00 TOUCHDOWN, clock 00:31, 1ST DOWN.

That is certainly accurate, but what Gruenes did on the play was something special. He caught the pass inside the 15-yard line and it looked like a short gain. But he never went down, even as multiple defenders jumped on him. He kept his legs moving, carrying tacklers and careening toward the end zone. With a couple teammates pushing the pile, Jonah knocked over a pylon as he reached the end zone. It was a phenomenal display of power and perseverance.

“It was huge,” said Vikings coach Chad Johnston. “That was an effort thing. All of a sudden we're down here and he's just carrying it, he gets a little help from some of his teammates. That's just 100 percent effort. And it was huge. You always talk about going into halftime with momentum, and we didn't have a whole lot at that time. … That was a huge play.”

Jonah said, “It definitely gave us some confidence going into the second half. I think we kind of had our heads down, we were losing. We haven’t really experienced that all year. It was a new situation and it was nice to go into the half leading.”

After every Prep Bowl game each team names a Most Valuable Teammate, who is recognized during the awards ceremony. Mayer Lutheran gave the honor to team manager Isaac Schmutzer and Minneota’s recipient was Gruenes.

At all semifinal and Prep Bowl games at U.S. Bank Stadium, head coaches can bring any players they choose into the postgame media room. Johnston brought Gruenes with him. “We've got a lot of quiet guys. As you can jokingly say, I brought probably the most quiet one with me here,” he said, smiling at Jonah. “We’ve got a lot of quiet guys but they lead by example, they give effort. A big reason for us to give him the MVT was just the effort throughout the year and the unselfish play. He not only carries the ball, he goes out for passes, he's probably our leading wingback blocker, he goes out in motion a lot. We’ve asked him to do a lot of things all season long, He has been our top linebacker and those are things that you expect out of your seniors.”

--Minneota played in its 10th Prep Bowl, with titles in 1986, 1987, 1988, 2009, 2014, 2015 and 2017. Mayer Lutheran won the state championship in its first Prep Bowl.

--Johnston is also Minneota’s girls basketball coach. The Vikings open the season Tuesday with a home game against Ortonville.

Prep Bowl Dreams Do Come True

Chatfield’s Jeff Johnson knows he is fortunate to have coached two state championship teams. The Gophers won the 2013 Class 2A title and did it again Friday with a 14-13 nail-biter over West Central Area/Ashby. The Gophers also won Class C championships in 1994, 1995 and 1996. Johnson, a Pine Island native, first experienced the Prep Bowl as a child but never reached it as a player.

“In the Metrodome back then, my dad brought me to these games and I was in first, second, third grade,” he said. “I only had one goal, and that was to get there and I fell short my senior year. So in 2013, I told those guys, ‘Thank you, thank you for getting me here,’ because that was my main goal. And for these guys here, it's their own championship.

“Chatfield’s been spoiled. In the 90s we won three, and it really puts a shadow on you, you kind of feel like you have to win it or else your season's not very successful. And in 2013 we felt that pressure and right now, we felt that again. So I'm darn glad that we won it. Not many teams get here. This was just a fantastic, successful season from day one. This is their own team, their own championship.”

--Despite Friday’s loss, West Central Area/Ashby senior Hunter Norby called the experience of playing in the state semifinals and Prep Bowl “The best two weeks I’ve ever had.”

Teammate and fellow senior Mattson Hoff said, “At the beginning of the season, in August, if you would have told me we're going to the state title game I would have thought you were crazy. I just hope that (younger kids) understand this: if you put your mind to it, and you believe it, you put your heart into it, it's possible.”

--Kasson-Mantorville lost to Hutchinson 42-14 in the Class 4A title game, and after speaking with the media in the postgame interview room, KoMets coach Joel Swanson shook the hand of every media member and thanked them for their coverage.

Hurrah For Dad

One of the officials for Friday’s Class 1A game had some special fans watching on TV. Tiffany Eichten, wife of official Christopher Eichten of Wabasso, posted a photo on Twitter of their son Jeter dressed in referee stripes and standing in front of a television (with his dad pictured on the screen). Tiffany’s post read: “It's not every day you get to watch Dad ref on TV, but when he does you have to make sure you dress just like him!”

2021 Prep Bowl

Friday’s Games

1A: Mayer Lutheran 20, Minneota 14

2A: Chatfield 14,West Central Area/Ashby 13

4A: Hutchinson 42, Kasson-Mantorville 14

6A: Lakeville South 13, Maple Grove 7

Saturday’s Games

Nine-Man: LeRoy-Ostrander vs. Fertile-Beltrami, 10 a.m.

3A: Plainview-Elgin-Millville vs. Dassel-Cokato, 1 p.m.

5A: Mahtomedi vs. Mankato West, 4 p.m.

--MSHSL media specialist John Millea has been the leading voice of Minnesota high school activities for decades. Follow him on Twitter @MSHSLjohn and listen to "Preps Today with John Millea” wherever you get podcasts. Contact John at [email protected]

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Minnesota State University, Mankato

Public comprehensive university in Mankato, Minnesota

"Minnesota State University" redirects here. For other uses, see Minnesota State University (disambiguation).

Coordinates: 44°08′48″N93°59′53″W / 44.146617°N 93.998117°W / 44.146617; -93.998117

Minnesota State University, Mankato (MSU or MNSU), also known as Minnesota State,[8][9][10] is a public university in Mankato, Minnesota. Established as the Second State Normal School in 1858,[11] it was designated in Mankato in 1866,[12][13] and officially opened as Mankato Normal School in 1868. It is the second oldest member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system. It is also the second largest university in the state,[14][15] and has over 123,000 living alumni worldwide.[5] It is the most comprehensive of the seven state universities[16] and is referred to as the flagship of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system.[2][17][18] It is an important part of the economy of Southern Minnesota and the state as it adds more than $781 million to the economy of Minnesota annually.[19][20]

Minnesota State offers 130 undergraduate programs of study, 75 graduate programs and 4 doctoral programs. It hosts the only nationally, regionally, and state accredited aviation program in Minnesota.[21][22] Students are served by 750 full-time faculty members creating a 21:1 student to faculty ratio.[5] In addition to the main campus, it operates two satellite campuses: one in the Twin Cities suburb of Edina and the other in Owatonna. Through the College of Extended Learning it provides bachelor's degrees at the Normandale Partnership Center in Bloomington and programs online through an online campus.

History[edit]

Early years[edit]

The State Legislature recognized the need for an education center in southern Minnesota by 1858.[23] In 1860 the legislature chartered the development of state run normal schools to serve areas outside of Winona. The largest and fastest growing cities outside of Saint Paul, Saint Cloud and Mankato were selected for the sites dependent on local fundraising to establish the schools with seed money. Through the efforts of local attorney turned state legislator Daniel Buck, the newly formed City of Mankato donated $5,000 raised from the area community and sold $5,000 in bonds for the founding of the second state normal school, Mankato Normal School.[24] Chartered in state law in 1860, the first classes were held in 1868 with an enrollment of 27 students. The institution's original mission was to train and educate teachers for rural schools throughout southern Minnesota. Early course work included sciences, mathematics, civil engineering, agriculture, western classics, and basic pedagogy.

During this early period, Mankato Normal School provided educational certificates that allowed for graduates to become school teachers and a majority of the students were women.[25] In relation to this focus on women's education, Mankato Normal School is noted as the first public college in the United States to be headed by a woman, suffragette Julia Sears, in 1872. Controversially Julia Sears was hired, then subsequently demoted and eventually she was fired by the School Board of Trustees. Students, city residents and some businesses were upset at the firing of Sears and a protest was held. This became known as the Sears Rebellion which lasted until Sears left the school for a professorship at Peabody Normal School. These events would later come to be remembered as a new residence hall was dedicated in honor of Sears in 2008 and a commission on the status of women was founded to support the advancement of women's education at the institution in the 1990s.[26]

State Teachers College[edit]

By 1921, the school had grown significantly to the point that it began to offer four-year bachelor's degrees. As a result, it was renamed the Mankato State Teachers College. Enrollment then dipped during World War II and the college refocused its extension programs on providing education to members of the Works Progress Administration and Naval Corps.[25]

Rapid post World War II expansion[edit]

During the post World War II period, student enrollment expanded greatly. The original university buildings were then located in what was known as the Valley Campus. It was located geographically down the hill in lower Mankato. The size and footprint of the Valley Campus could not sustain the space needed to handle the growing student body. By the late 1950s work began on constructing an entirely new, modern campus atop the river valley bluff. This became the Highland Campus.[25] A new experimental school called the Wilson School was built on the Highland Campus to research and apply new teaching methods for students in grades K-12. The intent of this school was to provide student teachers the opportunity to learn and experiment with new methods in a university environment.[27]

Transition to comprehensive university[edit]

By 1957, the mission of the institution had broadened to comprehensive four-year college education, the state legislature changed the name of the college to Mankato State College. The following years saw additional enrollment growth. The Valley Campus was eventually sold to a private developer and the Highland Campus grew in size.[25] By the 1960s the institution had grown so fast and so large that there was a bill created in the State Legislature to designate it the University of Southern Minnesota by state Senator Val Imm and later an amendment to the bill by state Representative Mike McGuire would have renamed it Minnesota State University.[28] These were proposed long before the popular television show Coach (TV series) aired.[29] It was proposed to be a second and independent state university equal in stature to the University of Minnesota at a time when there was only one research institution.[30] There was significant opposition from the University of Minnesota and from Governor Karl Rolvaag at the time.

In 1975, the college successfully made the case to transition to comprehensive status and was renamed to Mankato State University. This change reflected a further 40% growth in the student body to 12,000 students by 1972.[24] Following this period was a movement toward increasing the number of available programs including science, technology, engineering, health sciences and others. The university became more comprehensive in its programmatic offerings.

Change to Minnesota State University[edit]

Minnesota State University Entrance Sign – Built in 2008, the sign is carved out a single block of Kasota stone, which is a local building material only found in the area.

In 1995, the seven state universities were transferred to the newly created Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system by a mandate from the state legislature. Shortly after this, the University was renamed Minnesota State University, Mankato in 1998 in recognition of its significant contribution to the state's higher education system.[31] This name change was also intended to broaden recognition of the university in the Midwest region.[32] Dr. Richard Rush, then the President of the University had famously stated about the name change that: Our goal is to make this University the other great public university in Minnesota,[33] this marked a significant change in direction in the history of the institution, one that would later be realized as it fought for the authorization of being able to award doctoral degrees. It was during this time that the institution began to refer to itself as Minnesota State.

In 2007, in another major milestone – the University was authorized to begin offering applied doctoral degrees.[34]

Names[edit]

The University has previously been named:

  • Mankato Normal School: 1868–1921
  • Mankato State Teachers College: 1921–1957
  • Mankato State College: 1957–1975
  • Mankato State University: 1975–1998
  • Minnesota State University, Mankato: 1998–present

Organization and administration[edit]

The university is organized into 8 discipline specific colleges. Academic programs, schools and extended learning are divided among them. These units are:

In addition to the academic units, there are several other research centers and state created units:[44]

  • The Glen Taylor Nursing Institute
  • The Center on Aging
  • The Minnesota Center for Transportation Research and Implementation
  • The Center for Excellence in Scholarship and Research
  • The Minnesota Center for Modeling and Simulation
  • The Kessel Institute for Peace and Change
  • The Minnesota State Engineering Center of Excellence
  • The Minnesota Center for Rural Policy and Development
  • Small Business Development Center
  • Southern Minnesota Historical Center
  • The Urban and Regional Studies Institute
  • The Water Resources Center

Academics[edit]

Minnesota State Mankato currently offers 130 undergraduate programs of study, 13 preprofessional programs, and 75 graduate programs. The university provides a comprehensive education, each undergraduate program of study includes general requirements for students to learn mathematics, writing, cultural diversity, speech, information technology and the environment.[5] As part of its quality education, it is also one of the top producing universities in the country of its type that participates in the Fulbright Scholar program.[48] It has produced 8 Student awards in the past 10 years and over 37 Fulbright Scholars in the past 30 years.[49]

It also has an online learning campus that offers both undergraduate and graduate programs of study that can be completed fully online.[50] Each year over 3,000 students graduate from the university. On average over 3,000 bachelors, 600 masters, 50 specialist and 10 doctorate degrees are awarded yearly during commencements that occur in Spring and Fall.[51] The campus Career Development Center reports that 85% of graduates find employment in an area related to their field, and 90% of graduates were employed or continuing their education within 12 months of graduation.[52][53]

Accreditation[edit]

The university is accredited by 26 national and regional accrediting agencies. A shortlist of these include accreditation by the Higher Learning Commission,[54]American Association of University Women, American Board of Engineering and Technology, Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, and National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.[55]

The Ostrander-Student Memorial Bell Tower stands in the campus arboretum. It was constructed through donations from Lloyd B. Ostrander, a 1927 MSU graduate, his wife, Mildred, and from the Student Association. The Bell Tower was completed in 1989.

Notable programs[edit]

Minnesota State has a history of creating new programs to meet the demand of new and developing fields. It has the only accredited bachelor's degree program in Aviation and supplies pilots to the entire region. It was the first institution in the United States to offer a Master of Fine Arts degree in Forensics.[56] It has one of the first and oldest continuing program in Experiential Education.[57] It also offered one of the first interdisciplinary programs in Urban Studies and Local Government Management.[58]

Some of the notable programs include:

  • The Aviation and Airport Management program is the only nationally accredited aviation program in the State of Minnesota.[59] Enrollment has grown over 60% over the last several years. Minnesota State has a strategic role in providing the training for a majority of the professional pilots trainees in the State of Minnesota. Graduates are often hired to work in nearby states as the program also serves the needs of the region.[60][61] The university has developed unique national partnerships with Delta Air Lines[62] and Sun Country Airlines that provide on the job training and direct hire before graduation programs for students in the aviation and airport management program.[63][64]
  • Master of Arts Program in Industrial and Organizational Psychology – In the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology last rankings of graduate programs, the program ranked first in students' ratings, fifth in program resources, and 7th in program culture.[65] The I/O Department also runs their own consulting company entitled The Organizational Effectiveness Research Group.
  • Master's degree in Experiential Education – The master's degree in Experiential Education is the oldest graduate degree program in experiential education in the United States.[66] This program was originally started in 1971, as a joint venture between the University and Minnesota Outward Bound School.[57]
  • Doctor of Psychology in School Psychology – The Psy.D. Program is NCATE accredited, and, trains students to attain certification to practice as school psychologists or pursue other doctoral level employment such as university teaching. The program operates a clinic on campus, and has a history of providing school psychology services to primary and secondary school students in Belize.

Enrollment[edit]

Minnesota State commonly has a student profile that consists of a cross section of society. It includes a large percentage of residential full-time students. It currently attracts the second largest number of incoming Minnesota freshman each year.[67] For the past several years (2013–2016), the institution has rolling admissions with an acceptance rate of 65.5%, and the average accepted student ACT score ranges from 20 to 25.[68][69]

After Fall 2012, the university has become the largest university in the Minnesota State system according to the total number of full-year equivalent students (14,443), as St. Cloud State (13,938) has a significantly larger percentage of PSEO and part-time students that causes a headcount to be higher.[70]

Campus[edit]

Preska Residence Hall and the newly built Dining Hall to the west
Julia Sears Residence Hall

Main article: Campus of Minnesota State University

The Minnesota State University campus currently contains 30 buildings spread over 303 acres.[5] The campus includes on campus housing in the form of dorms for 3,000 residents, academic buildings, a main library, a music library, two astronomy observatories, experimental research stations for alternative and renewable energy, a recreation center, an athletics complex, a student center, an administration center and over 50 acres of athletics fields including the American football Blakeslee Stadium.[71] The Minnesota State Mavericks men's and women's hockey teams also utilize and have administrative space at the Verizon Center and the All Seasons Arena located off campus.

Satellite campuses[edit]

Edina Campus[edit]

This campus is located at 7700 France Ave. S. in Edina, Minnesota and serves a diverse student body from the southwest Twin Cities metropolitan area.[72] Program offerings at this campus include 12 undergraduate programs including bachelor's degrees, bachelors completion programs, undergraduate minors and teaching licensure. The College of Graduate Studies offers 23 graduate programs including master's degrees in Accounting, Engineering, Education Leadership and other specialty areas.

Owatonna Campus[edit]

Located on the southwest side of Owatonna, Minnesota, the Owatonna College and University Center was established on 27 acres by the state to meet the needs of college graduates in the Owatonna area. This site is a collaboration of Minnesota State University, Mankato, South Central College, and Riverland Community College to provide lower division liberal arts, career and technical education, and upper division and graduate-level studies in one location. On average 4,000 students attend this location for-credit coursework.[73]

Normandale Partnership Center[edit]

A partnership center was established in 2012 to offer several targeted bachelor's degree in the southwest Twin Cities area at Normandale Community College in Bloomington, Minnesota.[74] Several trial programs originally offered at the Normandale Center such as the Twin Cities Engineering program were expanded to other Minnesota State system community colleges in 2016.[75]

Student life[edit]

There are more than 200 academic student groups, intramural sports, leadership and religious organizations, honorary and professional fraternities and sororities, and special interest groups that students can join. There is also an active Panhellenic Council and Intrafraternity Council. Several active fraternities are located nearby campus including Phi Kappa Psi, Sigma Nu, Lambda Chi Alpha, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Sigma Chi, Phi Delta Theta, Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Delta Chi. Active sororities include – Alpha Chi Omega, Gamma Phi Beta, Alpha Sigma Alpha and Sigma Sigma Sigma.[76]

Student Government[edit]

The Student Senate provides leadership and policy action as an advisory council to the student body. It oversees student activity fees allocations, hires a student legal aid, communicates with the university faculty and leadership, provides grade appeals, awards a yearly scholarship, and partners with the Memorial Library to operate a textbook rental/reserve program for commonly requested books.

The Student Government (formerly the Minnesota State Student Association[77]) represents Minnesota State University, Mankato students at the Institutional, Local, State, and Federal governing levels through listening to and voicing the thoughts, ideas, and concerns of all students. It advocates on behalf of university students along with Students United.

LGBT Center[edit]

Minnesota State University, Mankato has the second oldest LGBT resource center for students in the nation.[78] This center, originally named the "Alternative Lifestyles Office", was founded by Mankato alumnus James Chalgren in 1977. The current director of the Center is Jessica Flatequal.[79] The Center is located in the Centennial Student Union and is an independent office within the University Student Affairs. Minnesota State was also voted as one of the top 100 campuses in the nation for LGBT students according to The Advocate.[80]

Student housing[edit]

Freshman and sophomore students are encouraged to stay in the on-campus student housing. Students may optionally choose to participate in the Learning Community Program.[81] This program provides a structured environment for incoming first-year students to join a residence hall that supports their academic success by placing them with students from the same major, provides major specific study sessions led by senior students and provides direct connections with faculty and staff.

Athletics[edit]

Main article: Minnesota State Mavericks

Stomper the Maverick can be seen driving the crowd during school events

The athletic teams are known as the Minnesota State Mavericks with school colors of purple and gold. More than 500 students participate each year in athletics each year for the University. It offers teams in men's and women's hockey and basketball, football, baseball, golf, women's swimming, track, cross country, women's tennis, wrestling, soccer, golf, volleyball, and softball. The men's and women's ice hockey teams both compete in NCAA Division I—the men in the Central Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA) and the women in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA). The men's team had competed in the WCHA through the 2020–21 season, but was one of the seven men's WCHA members that left after that season to reestablish the CCHA, leading to the WCHA disbanding its men's division. Other university athletic teams began competing in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference of NCAA Division II in 2008–09 following the disbandment of the North Central Conference.

The school mascot is Stomper, the Maverick, a caricature of a wild steer. He is known for helping to rally the fans and crowds at sporting events through various antics. He can be seen as part of giveaways and other competitions and is often playfully waving to children. Several events, locations and areas are named for Stomper.

Minnesota State athletics teams have placed favorably in national competitions in NCAA Division II athletics in several sports including hockey, football, baseball, women's basketball, men's basketball, men's track & field, wrestling, women's soccer and softball. Since 1993 the Mavericks have captured the most individual national championships out of all sixteen colleges and universities in the Northern Sun Conference.[82] The 2015 Season marked the 14th straight year that the Mavericks have finished in the top 25 in the country in the national standings and seventh time Minnesota State has posted a top-five placing for the Learfield Sports Directors' Cup.[83][84] It has also won the NSIC US Bank All-Sports Award 4 times and placed 2nd 2 times during the last six-year period of the 2008–2015 competition seasons.[85][86]

The Minnesota State fight song is The Minnesota State Rouser also known as the Maverick Rouser.[87] It is played at all the athletics events as well as other events along with the school song The Minnesota State Hymn. The Minnesota State University Marching Band is called the Maverick Machine it drives enthusiasm and school spirit at athletics events.

Minnesota State was the traditional location of the summer training camp for the Minnesota VikingsNational Football League team for 52 years from 1966 to 2017. Each year over 60,000 fans traveled to Blakeslee Stadium on the Minnesota State University campus athletics grounds to watch the team practice, fireworks, signing events, fan meet and greet and other events.[88] In 2017, the Vikings ownership announced they would end the annual tradition as they built a new facility in Eagan, Minnesota to be completed in 2018.[89] A single scholarship was named by the Vikings at the school after the end of the 2017 camp. Some critics decried that the Vikings team did not further assist the university after such a long relationship, either with repairs to the stadium or further commemoration of the long running tradition.[90][91]

Facility renovations and upgrades[edit]

The Taylor Center opened in the Fall of 2000

The Taylor Center opened in the Fall of 2000, and was made possible by the donations of alumnus Glen Taylor. The 4,800-seat facility houses Maverick basketball, volleyball and wrestling teams. The MSU Admissions office is also located here and the 5,000 square-foot Hall of Champions showcases the University's proud history. In addition to MSU athletic events and other sporting activities, Taylor Center also hosts MSU commencement ceremonies, major concerts and lectures.[92]

Expanded Outdoor Athletic Facilities were constructed in the very southern portion of the campus including over 20 acres of new baseball fields, a soccer field, a jogging track, a trail, and experimental wind power facilities were completed in 2008.

In Popular Fiction[edit]

A fictitious Minnesota State University was the main setting for the popular sitcom Coach, with its teams nicknamed the Screaming Eagles. However, the show was filmed and portrayed by University of Iowa and other colleges. At the time the television show was filmed the institution was still under the previous name, Mankato State University.

Notable alumni[edit]

  • Adrienne Armstrong – Record producer, clothing designer, and wife of Billie Joe Armstrong of the band Green Day[93][94]
  • David Backes – NHL forward, Boston Bruins, Team USA(Vancouver 2010)[95]
  • Bob Barrett (politician) – member of the Minnesota House of Representatives, also the Director of Market Research for the Hazelden Foundation.[96]
  • Adrian Battles – NFL guard, Green Bay Packers[97]
  • Lou Bellamy, founder of Penumbra Theatre Company
  • Bob Bird (politician) – Alaskan Republican politician and organizer
  • David Bly – member of the Minnesota House of Representatives
  • Jerilyn Britz – professional golfer, Minnesota State Maverick Athletics Hall of Fame
  • LaMark Brown – Wide Receiver for the Atlantic City Blackjacks[98]
  • Ryan Carter – NHL forward, New Jersey Devils, 2006–07 NHL Stanley Cup Champion (Anaheim Ducks)
  • Jim Dilling – High jumper, 2007 USA Outdoor Champion
  • Barbara Fister – author, blogger and librarian
  • Brandon Girtz – 2007 NCAA All-American wrestler, current Mixed Martial Artist for Bellator[99]
  • Theresa Greenfield – candidate for 2020 U.S. Senate in Iowa[100]
  • Lt. Gen.Dennis Hejlik (USMC) – Commanding general of Fleet Marine Force, Atlantic, and Marine Forces Command[101]
  • Tim Jackman – NHL forward, Calgary Flames
  • David M. Jennings – Former Speaker of the House, Minnesota House of Representatives
  • Jon Kalinski – NHL forward, Philadelphia Flyers
  • Becca Kufrin – Winner of the twenty-second season of The Bachelor and the lead on the fourteenth season of The Bachelorette
  • Connor Mackey - NHL defenseman for the Calgary Flames[102]
  • Travis Morin – Professional hockey player and American Hockey League MVP[103]* Brad Nessler – Sports commentator, ESPN/ESPN on ABC
  • Zach Palmquist – NHL defense, Minnesota Wild
  • Melissa Peterman – Actress, Reba (TV series)
  • Christian Rosenmeier – Minnesota Senator
  • Gary J. Schmidt – Assemblyman, Wisconsin State Assembly
  • Stephanie Schriock – President, Emily's List,[104] Former Campaign Manager for Senator Al Franken (D-MN)[105]
  • Grant Stevenson – NHL forward, Augsburger Panther of the DEL
  • Steve Strachan – Former Member of the Minnesota House of Representatives, Former Sheriff of King County, Washington
  • Glen Taylor – Founder, Taylor Corporation and Owner, Minnesota Timberwolves and Minnesota Lynx[106][107]
  • Adam Thielen – NFL Wide Receiver, Minnesota Vikings[108][109]
  • Arthur S. Thomas – Chief of Chaplains of the U.S. Air Force[110][111]
  • Tim Walz – 41st Governor of Minnesota
  • Steven Wagner – NHL defenseman, Adler Mannheim[112][113]
  • Andy Welti – Representative, Minnesota House of Representatives[114][115]
  • Cedric Yarbrough – Actor, Reno 911![116][117]

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Last day to add a class without instructor permission

Sept 19, 2017

Last day to drop a class without notation on record

Oct 13, 2017

Last day to designate grading option (Pass/Fail)

Oct 27, 2017

Mid-term break begins

Oct 30, 2017

Classes resume (mid-term break ends)

Oct 30, 2017

Mid-term grades due to registrar

Nov 13 - Dec 1

Early registration for J-term and spring semester begins

Nov 20, 2017

Last day to withdraw from a class without a grade of F

Nov 23, 2017

Thanksgiving break begins

Nov 27, 2017

Classes resume (Thanksgiving break ends)

Dec 1, 2017

Incompletes due from spring semester and summer term

Dec 15, 2017

Classes end

Dec 18, 2017

Study day

Dec 19, 2017

Final exams begin

Dec 22, 2017

Final exams end

Jan 2, 2018

Final grades due to registrar

 

 

January Term – 2018

Jan 2, 2018

Classes begin

Jan 3, 2018

Last day to add a class without instructor permission

Jan 8, 2018

Last day to drop a class without notation on record

Jan 10, 2018

Last day to designate a grading option (Pass/Fail)

Jan 15, 2018

No class – Martin Luther King Jr Day

Jan 19, 2018

Last day to withdraw from a class without a grade of F

Jan 25, 2018

Classes end

Feb 2, 2018

Final grades due to registrar

  

Spring Semester – 2018

Jan 29, 2018

Classes begin

Feb 2, 2018

Last day to add a class without instructor permission

Feb 9, 2018

Last day to drop a class without notation on record

Mar 1, 2018

Registration opens for summer sessions

Mar 7, 2018

Last day to designate grading option (Pass/Fail)

Mar 26 - Apr 2

Mid-term Break

Mar 30 - Apr 2

Easter Break

Apr 3, 2018

Mid-term grades due to registrar

Apr 16 - Apr 27

Early registration for fall semester

Apr 18, 2018

Last day to withdraw from class without a grade of F

May 1, 2018

Incompletes due from fall semester & J-term

May 11, 2018

Classes end

May 14, 2018

Study day

May 15, 2018

Final exams begin

May 18, 2018

Final exams end

May 19, 2018

Commencement

June 1, 2018

Final grades due to registrar

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Minnesota State University, Mankato

Public comprehensive university in Mankato, Minnesota

"Minnesota State University" redirects here. For other uses, see Minnesota State University (disambiguation).

Coordinates: 44°08′48″N93°59′53″W / 44.146617°N 93.998117°W / 44.146617; -93.998117

Minnesota State University, Mankato (MSU or MNSU), also known as Minnesota State,[8][9][10] is a public university in Mankato, Minnesota. Established as the Second State Normal School in 1858,[11] it was designated in Mankato in 1866,[12][13] and officially opened as Mankato Normal School in 1868. It is the second oldest member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system. It is also the second largest university in the state,[14][15] and has over 123,000 living alumni worldwide.[5] It is the most comprehensive of the seven state universities[16] and is referred to as the flagship of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system.[2][17][18] It is an important part of the economy of Southern Minnesota and the state as it adds more than $781 million to the economy of Minnesota annually.[19][20]

Minnesota State offers 130 undergraduate programs of study, 75 graduate programs and 4 doctoral programs. It hosts the only nationally, regionally, and state accredited aviation program in Minnesota.[21][22] Students are served by 750 full-time faculty members creating a 21:1 student to faculty ratio.[5] In addition to the main campus, it operates two satellite campuses: one in the Twin Cities suburb of Edina and the other in Owatonna. Through the College of Extended Learning it provides bachelor's degrees at the Normandale Partnership Center in Bloomington and programs online through an online campus.

History[edit]

Early years[edit]

The State Legislature recognized the need for an education center in southern Minnesota by 1858.[23] In 1860 the legislature chartered the development of state run normal schools to serve areas outside of Winona. The largest and fastest growing cities outside of Saint Paul, Saint Cloud and Mankato were selected for the sites dependent on local fundraising to establish the schools with seed money. Through the efforts of local attorney turned state legislator Daniel Buck, the newly formed City of Mankato donated $5,000 raised from the area community and sold $5,000 in bonds for the founding of the second state normal school, Mankato Normal School.[24] Chartered in state law in 1860, the first classes were held in 1868 with an enrollment of 27 students. The institution's original mission was to train and educate teachers for rural schools throughout southern Minnesota. Early course work included sciences, mathematics, civil engineering, agriculture, western classics, and basic pedagogy.

During this early period, Mankato Normal School provided educational certificates that allowed for graduates to become school teachers and a majority of the students were women.[25] In relation to this focus on women's education, Mankato Normal School is noted as the first public buzz bee rail gun in the United States to be headed by a woman, suffragette Julia Sears, in 1872. Controversially Julia Sears was hired, then subsequently demoted and eventually she was fired by the School Board of Trustees. Students, city residents and some businesses were upset at the firing of Sears and a protest was held. This became known as the Sears Rebellion which lasted until Sears left the school for a professorship at Peabody Normal School. These events would later come to be remembered as a new residence hall was dedicated in honor of Sears in 2008 and a commission on the status of women was founded to support the advancement of women's education at the institution in the 1990s.[26]

State Teachers College[edit]

By 1921, the school had grown significantly to the point that it began to offer four-year bachelor's degrees. As a result, it was renamed the Mankato State Teachers College. Enrollment then dipped during World War II and the college refocused its extension programs on providing education to members of the Works Progress Administration and Naval Corps.[25]

Rapid post World War II expansion[edit]

During the post World Raymour and flanigan credit card pay by phone II period, student enrollment expanded greatly. The original university buildings were then located in what was known as the Valley Campus. It was located geographically down the hill in lower Mankato. The size and footprint of the Valley Campus could not sustain the space needed to handle the growing student body. By the late 1950s work began on constructing an entirely new, modern campus atop the river valley bluff. This became the Highland Campus.[25] A new experimental school called the Wilson School was built on the Highland Campus to research and homes for sale in naples florida usa new teaching methods for students in grades K-12. The intent of this school was to provide student teachers the opportunity to learn and experiment with new methods in a university environment.[27]

Transition to comprehensive university[edit]

By 1957, the mission of the institution had broadened to comprehensive four-year college education, the state legislature changed the name of the college to Mankato State College. The following years saw additional enrollment growth. The Valley Campus was eventually sold to a private developer and the Highland Campus grew in size.[25] By the 1960s the institution had msu mankato calendar 2017 so fast and so large that there was a bill created in the State Legislature to designate it the University of Southern Minnesota by state Senator Val Imm and later an amendment to the bill by state Representative Bb cream vs tinted moisturizer reddit McGuire would have renamed it Minnesota State University.[28] These were proposed long before the popular television show Coach (TV series) aired.[29] It was proposed to be a second and independent state university equal in stature to the University of Minnesota at a time when there was only one research institution.[30] There was significant opposition from the University of Minnesota and from Governor Karl Rolvaag at the time.

In 1975, the college successfully made the case to transition to comprehensive status and was renamed to Mankato State University. This change reflected a further 40% growth in the student body to 12,000 students by 1972.[24] Following this period was a movement toward increasing the number of available programs including science, technology, engineering, health sciences and others. The university became more comprehensive in its programmatic offerings.

Change to Minnesota State University[edit]

Minnesota State University Entrance Sign – Built in 2008, the sign is carved out a single block of Kasota stone, which is a local building material only found in the area.

In 1995, the seven state universities were transferred to the newly created Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system by a mandate from the state legislature. Shortly after this, the University was renamed Minnesota State University, Mankato in 1998 in recognition of its significant contribution to the state's higher education system.[31] This name change was also intended to broaden recognition of the university in the Midwest region.[32] Dr. Richard Rush, then the President of the University had famously stated about the name change that: Our goal is to make this University the other great public university in Minnesota,[33] this marked a significant change in direction in the history of the institution, one that would later be realized as it fought for the authorization of being able to msu mankato calendar 2017 doctoral degrees. It was during this time that the institution began to refer to itself as Minnesota State.

In 2007, in another major milestone – the University was authorized to begin offering applied doctoral degrees.[34]

Names[edit]

The University has previously been named:

  • Mankato Normal School: 1868–1921
  • Mankato State Teachers College: 1921–1957
  • Mankato State College: 1957–1975
  • Mankato State University: 1975–1998
  • Minnesota State University, Mankato: 1998–present

Organization and administration[edit]

The university is organized into 8 discipline specific colleges. Academic programs, schools and extended learning are divided among them. These units are:

In addition to the academic units, there are several other research centers and state created units:[44]

  • The Glen Taylor Nursing Institute
  • The Center on Aging
  • The Minnesota Center for Transportation Research and Implementation
  • The Center for Excellence in Scholarship and Research
  • The Minnesota Center for Modeling and Simulation
  • The Kessel Institute for Peace and Change
  • The Minnesota State Engineering Center of Excellence
  • The Minnesota Center for Rural Policy and Development
  • Small Business Development Center
  • Southern Minnesota Historical Center
  • The Urban and Regional Studies Institute
  • The Water Resources Center

Academics[edit]

Minnesota State Mankato currently offers 130 undergraduate programs of study, 13 preprofessional programs, and 75 graduate programs. The university provides a comprehensive education, each undergraduate program of study includes general requirements for students to learn mathematics, writing, cultural diversity, speech, information technology and the environment.[5] As part of its quality education, it is also one of the top producing universities in the country of its type that participates in the Fulbright Scholar program.[48] It has produced 8 Student awards in the past 10 years and over 37 Fulbright Scholars in the past 30 years.[49]

It also has an online learning campus that offers both undergraduate and graduate programs of study that can be completed fully online.[50] Each care credit bill pay over 3,000 students graduate from the university. On average over 3,000 bachelors, 600 masters, 50 specialist and 10 doctorate degrees are awarded yearly during commencements that occur in Spring and Fall.[51] The campus Career Development Center reports that 85% of graduates find employment in an area related to their field, and 90% of graduates were employed or continuing their education within 12 months of graduation.[52][53]

Accreditation[edit]

The university is accredited by 26 national and regional accrediting agencies. A shortlist of these include accreditation by the Higher Learning Commission,[54]American Association of University Women, American Board of Engineering and Technology, Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business, Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, and National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education.[55]

The Ostrander-Student Memorial Bell Tower stands in the campus arboretum. It was constructed through donations from Lloyd B. Ostrander, a 1927 MSU graduate, his wife, Mildred, and from the Student Association. The Bell Tower was completed in 1989.

Notable programs[edit]

Minnesota State has a history of creating new programs to meet the demand of new and developing fields. It has the only accredited new single story homes for sale in summerlin las vegas degree program in Aviation and supplies pilots to the entire region. It was the first institution in the United States to offer a Master of Fine Arts degree in Forensics.[56] It has one of the first and oldest continuing program in Experiential Education.[57] It also offered one of the first interdisciplinary programs in Urban Studies and Local Government Management.[58]

Some of the notable programs include:

  • The Aviation and Airport Management program is the only nationally accredited aviation program in the State of Minnesota.[59] Enrollment has grown over 60% over the last several years. Minnesota State has a strategic role in providing the training for a majority of the professional pilots trainees in the State of Minnesota. Graduates are often hired to work in nearby states as the program also serves the needs of the region.[60][61] The university has developed unique national partnerships with Delta Air Lines[62] and Sun Country Airlines that provide on the job training and direct hire before graduation programs for students in the aviation and airport management program.[63][64]
  • Master of Arts Program in Industrial and Organizational Psychology – In the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology last rankings of graduate programs, the program ranked first in students' ratings, fifth in program resources, and 7th in program culture.[65] The I/O Department also runs their own consulting company entitled The Organizational Effectiveness Research Group.
  • Master's degree in Experiential Education – The master's degree in Experiential Education is the oldest graduate degree program in experiential education in the United States.[66] This program was originally started in 1971, as a joint venture between the University and Minnesota Outward Bound School.[57]
  • Doctor of Psychology in School Psychology – The Psy.D. Program is NCATE accredited, and, trains students to attain certification to are at&t stores open today as school psychologists or pursue other doctoral level employment such as university teaching. The program operates a clinic on campus, and has a history of providing school psychology services to primary and secondary school students in Belize.

Enrollment[edit]

Minnesota State commonly has a student profile that consists of a cross section of society. It includes a large percentage of residential full-time students. It currently attracts the second largest number of incoming Minnesota freshman each year.[67] For the past several years (2013–2016), the institution has rolling admissions with an acceptance rate of 65.5%, and the average accepted student ACT score ranges from 20 to 25.[68][69]

After Fall 2012, the university has become the largest university in the Minnesota State system according to the total number of full-year equivalent students huntington bank customer care phone number, as St. Cloud State (13,938) has a significantly larger percentage of PSEO and part-time students that causes a headcount to be higher.[70]

Campus[edit]

Preska Residence Hall and the newly built Dining Hall to the west
Julia Sears Residence Hall

Main article: Campus of Minnesota State University

The Minnesota State University campus currently contains 30 buildings spread over 303 acres.[5] The campus includes on campus housing in the form of dorms for 3,000 residents, academic buildings, a main library, a music library, two astronomy observatories, experimental research stations for alternative and renewable energy, a recreation center, an athletics complex, a student center, an administration center and over 50 acres of athletics fields including the American football Blakeslee Stadium.[71] The Minnesota State Mavericks men's and women's hockey teams also utilize and have administrative space at the Verizon Center and the All Seasons Arena located off campus.

Satellite campuses[edit]

Edina Campus[edit]

This campus is located at 7700 France Ave. S. in Edina, Minnesota and serves a diverse student body from the southwest Twin Cities metropolitan area.[72] Program offerings at this campus include 12 undergraduate programs including bachelor's degrees, bachelors completion programs, undergraduate minors and teaching licensure. The College of Graduate Studies offers 23 graduate programs including master's degrees in Accounting, Engineering, Education Leadership and other specialty areas.

Owatonna Campus[edit]

Located on the southwest side of Owatonna, Minnesota, the Owatonna College and University Center was established on 27 acres by the state to meet the needs of college graduates in the Owatonna area. This site is a collaboration of Minnesota State University, Mankato, South Central College, and Riverland Community College to provide lower division liberal arts, career and technical education, and upper division and graduate-level studies in one location. On average 4,000 students attend this location for-credit coursework.[73]

Normandale Partnership Center[edit]

A partnership center was established in 2012 to offer several targeted bachelor's degree in the southwest Twin Cities area at Normandale Community College in Bloomington, Minnesota.[74] Several trial programs originally offered at the Normandale Center such as the Twin Cities Engineering program were expanded to other Minnesota State system community colleges in 2016.[75]

Student life[edit]

There are more than 200 academic student groups, intramural sports, leadership and religious organizations, honorary and professional fraternities and sororities, and special interest groups that students can join. There is also an active Panhellenic Council and Intrafraternity Council. Several active fraternities are located nearby campus including Phi Kappa Psi, Sigma Nu, Lambda Chi Alpha, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Sigma Chi, Phi Delta Theta, Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Delta Chi. Active sororities include – Alpha Chi Omega, Gamma Phi Beta, Alpha Sigma Alpha and Sigma Sigma Sigma.[76]

Student Government[edit]

The Student Senate provides leadership and policy action amazon prime login my account orders an advisory council to the student body. It oversees student activity fees allocations, hires a student legal aid, communicates with the university faculty and leadership, provides grade appeals, awards a yearly scholarship, and partners with the Memorial Library to operate a textbook rental/reserve program for commonly requested books.

The Student Government (formerly the Minnesota State Student Association[77]) represents Minnesota State University, Mankato students at the Institutional, Local, State, and Federal governing levels through listening to and voicing the thoughts, ideas, and concerns of all students. It advocates on msu mankato calendar 2017 of university students along with Students United.

LGBT Center[edit]

Minnesota State University, Mankato has the second oldest LGBT resource center for students in the nation.[78] This center, originally named the "Alternative Lifestyles Office", was founded by Mankato alumnus James Chalgren in 1977. The current director of the Center is Jessica Flatequal.[79] The Center is located in the Centennial Student Union and is an independent office within the University Student Affairs. Minnesota State was also voted as one of the top 100 campuses in the nation for LGBT students according to The Advocate.[80]

Student housing[edit]

Freshman and sophomore students are encouraged to stay in the on-campus student housing. Students may optionally choose to participate in the Learning Community Program.[81] This program provides a structured environment for incoming first-year students to join a residence hall that supports their academic success by placing them with students from the same major, provides major specific study sessions led by senior students and provides direct connections with faculty and staff.

Athletics[edit]

Main article: Minnesota State Mavericks

Stomper the Maverick can be seen driving the crowd during school events

The athletic teams are known as the Minnesota State Mavericks with school colors of purple and gold. More than 500 students participate each year in athletics each year for the University. It offers teams in men's and women's hockey and basketball, football, baseball, golf, women's swimming, track, cross country, women's tennis, wrestling, soccer, golf, volleyball, and softball. The men's and women's ice hockey teams both compete in NCAA Division I—the men in the Central Collegiate Hockey Association (CCHA) and the women in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA). The men's team had competed in the WCHA through the 2020–21 season, but was one of the seven men's WCHA members that left after that season to reestablish the CCHA, leading to the WCHA disbanding its men's division. Other university athletic teams began competing in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference of NCAA Division II in 2008–09 following the disbandment of the North Central Conference.

The school mascot is Stomper, the Maverick, a caricature of a wild steer. He is known for helping to rally the fans and crowds at sporting events through various antics. He can be seen as part of giveaways and other competitions and is often playfully waving to children. Several events, locations and areas are named for Stomper.

Minnesota State athletics teams have placed favorably in national competitions in NCAA Division II athletics in several sports including hockey, football, baseball, women's basketball, men's basketball, men's track & field, wrestling, women's soccer and softball. Since 1993 the Mavericks have captured the most individual national championships out of all sixteen colleges and universities in the Northern Sun Conference.[82] The 2015 Season marked the 14th straight year that the Mavericks have finished in the top 25 in the country in the national standings and seventh time Minnesota State has posted a top-five placing for the Learfield Sports Directors' Cup.[83][84] It has also won the NSIC US Bank All-Sports Award 4 times and placed 2nd 2 times during the last six-year period of the 2008–2015 competition seasons.[85][86]

The Minnesota State fight song is The Minnesota State Rouser also known as the Maverick Rouser.[87] It is played at all the athletics events as well as other events along with the school song The Minnesota State Hymn. The Minnesota State University Marching Band is called the Maverick Machine it drives enthusiasm and school spirit at athletics events.

Minnesota State was the traditional location of the summer training camp for the Minnesota VikingsNational Football League team for 52 years from 1966 to 2017. Each year over 60,000 fans traveled to Blakeslee Stadium on the Minnesota State University campus athletics grounds to watch the team practice, fireworks, signing events, fan meet and greet and other events.[88] In 2017, the Vikings ownership announced they would end the annual tradition as they built a new facility in Eagan, Minnesota to be completed in 2018.[89] A single scholarship was named by the Vikings at the school after the end of the 2017 camp. Some critics decried that the Vikings team did not further assist the university after such a long relationship, either with repairs to the stadium or further commemoration of the long running tradition.[90][91]

Facility renovations and upgrades[edit]

The Taylor Center opened in the Fall of 2000

The Taylor Center opened in the Fall of 2000, and was made possible by the donations of alumnus Glen Taylor. The 4,800-seat facility houses Maverick basketball, volleyball and wrestling teams. The MSU Admissions office is also located here and the 5,000 square-foot Hall of Champions showcases the University's proud history. In addition to MSU athletic events and other sporting activities, Taylor Center also hosts MSU commencement ceremonies, major concerts and lectures.[92]

Expanded Outdoor Athletic Facilities were constructed in the very southern portion of the campus including over 20 acres of new baseball fields, a soccer field, a jogging track, a trail, and experimental wind power facilities were completed in 2008.

In Popular Fiction[edit]

A fictitious Minnesota State University was the main setting for the popular sitcom Coach, with its teams nicknamed the Screaming Eagles. However, the show was filmed and portrayed by University of Iowa and other colleges. At the time the television show was filmed the institution was still under the previous name, Mankato State University.

Notable alumni[edit]

  • Adrienne Armstrong – Record producer, clothing designer, and wife of Billie Joe Armstrong of the band Green Day[93][94]
  • David Backes – NHL forward, Boston Bruins, Team USA(Vancouver 2010)[95]
  • Bob Barrett (politician) – member of the Minnesota House of Representatives, also the Director of Market Research for the Hazelden Foundation.[96]
  • Adrian Battles – NFL guard, Green Bay Packers[97]
  • Lou Bellamy, founder of Penumbra Theatre Company
  • Bob Bird (politician) – Alaskan Republican politician and organizer
  • David Bly – member of the Minnesota House of Representatives
  • Jerilyn Britz – professional golfer, Minnesota State Maverick Athletics Hall of Fame
  • LaMark Brown – Wide Receiver for the Atlantic City Blackjacks[98]
  • Ryan Carter – NHL forward, New Jersey Devils, 2006–07 NHL Stanley Cup Champion (Anaheim Ducks)
  • Jim Dilling – High jumper, 2007 USA Outdoor Champion
  • Barbara Fister – author, blogger and librarian
  • Brandon Girtz – 2007 NCAA All-American wrestler, current Mixed Martial Artist for Bellator[99]
  • Theresa Greenfield – candidate for 2020 U.S. Senate in Iowa[100]
  • Lt. Gen.Dennis Hejlik (USMC) – Commanding general of Fleet Marine Force, Atlantic, and Marine Forces Command[101]
  • Tim Jackman – NHL forward, Calgary Flames
  • David M. Jennings – Former Speaker of the House, Minnesota House of Representatives
  • Jon Kalinski – NHL forward, Philadelphia Flyers
  • Becca Kufrin – Winner of the twenty-second season of The Bachelor and the lead on the fourteenth season of The Bachelorette
  • Connor Mackey - NHL defenseman for the Calgary Flames[102]
  • Travis Morin – Professional hockey player and American Hockey League MVP[103]* Brad Nessler – Sports commentator, ESPN/ESPN on ABC
  • Zach Palmquist – NHL defense, Minnesota Wild
  • Melissa Peterman – Actress, Reba (TV series)
  • Christian Rosenmeier – Minnesota Senator
  • Gary J. Schmidt – Assemblyman, Wisconsin State Assembly
  • Stephanie Schriock – President, Emily's List,[104] Former Campaign Manager for Senator Al Franken (D-MN)[105]
  • Grant Stevenson – NHL forward, Augsburger Panther of the DEL
  • Steve Strachan – Former Member of the Minnesota House of Representatives, Former Sheriff of King County, Washington
  • Glen Taylor – Founder, Taylor Corporation and Owner, Minnesota Timberwolves and Minnesota Lynx[106][107]
  • Adam Thielen – NFL Wide Receiver, Minnesota Vikings[108][109]
  • Arthur S. Thomas – Chief of Chaplains of the U.S. Air Force[110][111]
  • Tim Walz – 41st Governor of Minnesota
  • Steven Wagner – NHL defenseman, Adler Mannheim[112][113]
  • Andy Welti – Representative, Minnesota House of Representatives[114][115]
  • Cedric Yarbrough – Actor, Reno 911![116][117]

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Elizabeth Hosey, a member of the Cache Color Guard, gets a flag in the face as she practices for the Southwest OSSAA Regional Marching Band competition Tuesday afternoon at Cameron University. Members of the Wilburton High School Marching Band perform during the OSSAA 2A Southeastern Oklahoma Regional Marching Band Contest Wednesday at Hook Eales . TO ORDER PATCHES FROM THIS YEAR OR PREVIOUS YEARS OBA CONTEST, PLEASE CONTACT Dale Barnett at [email protected] jpg AHS Band OSSAA Regional Marching Contest. Tigers High School Marching Band The Santa Fe High School Marching Band will perform at all home varsity football games, OSSAA Contests, and additional contests, parades, and special events. D. Event Details. IHSMA recommends the use of the General Digital Temperature/Humidity Pen – Model PTH8708. The Color Guard won 2nd place overall, Drumline Percussion won 4th place, and junior Charlotte Ottemoeller was awarded best Drum Major overall. 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Chemistry is a marching show written by GPG Mus Media Information for Marching Band State Contest. We have a reigning Queen's Pageant, Carnival, Livestock Show& Sale a Barn Dance featuring The Colorado Bandmasters Association has been concerned for student health and safety within the instrumental music activity since the Covid-19 pandemic began in the spring of 2020. Prairie High School took first place and Kennedy High School placed 3rd behind them. NYSE/AMEXdata delayed 20 minutes. us/events This  12 Mar 2015 During the fall semester, they achieved the Class 4A Championship at the ECU Tigerpalooza Marching Band Contest and also all 1's at the OSSAA  11 Okt 2018 Hilldale High School band members practice marching steps again and in OSSAA's Class 6A and 5A East Regional marching contest Oct. Chemistry is a marching show written by GPG Mus 9/25 – Stallion Battalion Invitational Marching Festival – Oologah HS. After School Program Providers. After 25 years as MacArthur High School’s band director, Larry Hatch has decided to retire at the end of 2021 in December. November 20: SCOBDA Honor Band Auditions? Upcoming Contest Information. Calendars. A limited amount of on-site spectator parking will be available in Lot B. Chemistry is a marching show written by GPG Mus OSSAA Regional Marching Contest – McAlester, OK. Thu, Oct 28 PRESS RELEASE. Below is a look at the difference between the two. Add to calendar. Now in its 70th year, Luverne's Tri-State Band Festival is the longest-running marching band festival in the region. HS Band Regional Marching Contest @ Oologah HS Band - OSSAA HS Solo and Ensemble Contest @ Tahlequah HS Band - OSSAA District Contest @ Muskogee. 9/25 – Yukon Invitational Marching Festival – Yukon HS. All rights reser Financial Market Data powered by Quotemedia. Chemistry is a marching show written by GPG Mus Here is a link to our OSSAA performance of our 2021 Marching Show “Chemistry” for anyone who hasn’t had a central bank jefferson city phone number to watch it this marching season! OSSAA Regional Marching Contest - October 20, 2021 @ McAlester, OK All District/All State Round 1 Tryouts - November 6, 2021 Christmas Concert and Band Coronation - December 6, 2021 Mar 30, 2021 - Apr 02, 2021 State Band Contest (HS only) Mar 12, 2021 - Mar 19, 2021 Spring Break (No School) Oct 14, 2020 OSSAA Marching Contest (HS Band only WELCOME TO THE OKLAHOMA BANDMASTERS ASSOCIATION. Band @ OSSAA Marching Contest-McAlester Band @ Small School All State Auditions ALL DAY. Submit your Event Info. Entry Fee AFTER Aug 31: $250. Copyright © 2021 InvestorPlace Media, LLC. The Claremore High School Band placed 14th out of October 12, 2021 @ 8:27 pm. OSSAA Marching Band Assessment. Site Content. HOWEVER – We are currently planning a SPECIAL jared comenity bank phone number by the Marching Southerners for all parents, fans, alums, and high school band students. Edmond Memorial (Band Senior Night) 2021 12:40 pm (America This is the Pride of Harrah Marching Band's performance of Chemistry in the 2021 Enid OSSAA Marching Contest. Event listing from Choctaw City Council/CUA: Tuesday, October 19 from This is the Pride of Harrah Marching Band's performance of Chemistry in the 2021 Enid OSSAA Marching Contest. P. The East Texas Yamboree is a stable of good family fun and in our 83rd year with many more to come. Students should arrive with show hair done for morning rehearsal as there will not be time to do hair once we arrive at the contest site. Bixby Tournament of Bands. Easy access to free parking, staging, and performance areas. OSSAARankings. There are two main types of bands: the concert band and the marching band. 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BOA’s marching band shows offer positively life-changing experiences for the students, teachers, and parents of the bands who participate, as well as fans and spectators. Congratulations to the Tates Creek Marching Band on your 2nd Place finish at Taking part in a marching band competition or even just attending one makes for an entertaining experience. Family Access. Marching Band Festival Results: 2021 Marching Band Festival Results; Adjudication Forms: M&M General Effect; M&M Execution October 2021 > Sunday Monday Tuesday Deer Creek Marching Contest. Chemistry is a marching show written by GPG Mus 2021 Invitational Marching Band Contest. If you want visibility to this calendar from your iPhone or iPad, you may need to turn your sync settings "on" on your device. OSSAA State Marching Contest @ Enid High. 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