Funds help students through COVID-19 pandemic
The Office of Undergraduate Admissions has issued a change to the process for students applying for admission to MSUM. For students considering admission for Fall 2020, we have removed the requirement of submitting an ACT/SAT score. This means MSUM will be able to accept students who were unable to take – or retake – the test due to the current […]
MSUM’s Art Education Student Organization President Paige Busby continues the group’s work of helping to run a Saturday Art Club for children experiencing homelessness. The Art Ed. Org’s “Art Kits” are pre-packaged art supplies and activities that have been dropped off at the shelter to help students find some therapeutic activity, joy, and stress relief during the current pandemic.
Ecology and evolutionary biology student Patrice Delaney is helping to bring new life to MSUM by planting a pollinator garden surrounding the university’s hummingbird sculpture. The hummingbird, created and installed a few years ago by Art Professor Chris Walla and his students, sits on a gray concrete block on the lawn near the Roland Dille Center for the Arts. MSUM […]
By Caitlin Wilts Joanne Bekkerus, an MSUM alumna and current employee who has worked in building services for over 30 years, has used art to share her survival story of defeating ovarian cancer. Creating art using acrylic paint and tapping into her emotional journey has transformed the way she views life. Sanford’s Roger Maris Cancer Center celebrates her story by […]