Metropolitan State University student helps keep Veteran and Military Services thriving
Metropolitan State University student and veteran, Steve Campos, has been integral to helping keep the Veteran and Military Student Services Center (VMSS) open and running during spring semester. He is currently acting as the interim Veteran and Military Student Services coordinator.
Eat healthy, build community by supporting a CSA
Community-Supported Agriculture (CSA) brings growers and consumers together to make fresh food more affordable while providing growers with a fair price, supporting sustainable farming practices and, often, a fulfilling a broader mission. Those interested in tasty, healthy, locally-grown produce should consider purchasing a share in a CSA enterprise for the summer.
Supporting Post-Traditional Students in the Digital Age
Metropolitan State University’s Center for Accessibility Resources (CAR) has created a presentation, “Supporting Post-Traditional Students in the Digital Age,” that will be presented at the National AHEAD conference in Orlando, Florida, the week of July 17, 2017.
Spring I-94 east metro lane closures
Roadwork on Interstate 94 between St. Paul and Maplewood was scheduled to restart March 31, although actual construction isn’t expected to begin until April 10. Nonetheless, some temporary lane closures are necessary to enable crews to set up the traffic pattern that will be in place through mid-summer 2017.
Reserved parking sign goes up for Wounded Warriors
A dedicated parking space in the university parking ramp has been reserved with a Wounded Warriors Family Support's combat wounded sign. Metropolitan State University boasts the largest percentage of veteran student enrollment than any other Minnesota university.
Metropolitan State University welcomes new Chief Advancement Officer
Metropolitan State University is pleased to share the news that the university has a new Chief Advancement Officer. The position has been offered to Ms. Rita Dibble, and she has accepted the appointment. Rita will be joining the university on May 1.
Applications now available for study abroad program in Nagasaki, Japan
The Nagasaki Study Abroad Committee is pleased to announce that the application materials for the Nagasaki University International Environmental Expert Seminar two-week long study abroad program in Nagasaki, Japan, August 18 - 30, 2017 are posted and available now.