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Preview Day



Saturday, April 14 - 9:00 a.m.

Check-in in front of Ann Nicole Nelson Hall in Old Main.

Join us for Spring Preview Day on Saturday, April 14:

  • You could win a $500 Tuition Waiver! One attendee will be awarded a $500 tuition waiver. Terms and conditions apply.
  • Have the first opportunity to register for your fall First Year Experience classes.
  • Participate in the Build-a-Beaver Workshop while you learn about MSU Life events and clubs. 

Take advantage of this event to get a glimpse of life as a Minot State student. Plus, your family is invited too. We can’t wait to meet you.

Student Panel - 9:15 a.m.

What's life really like as a student at Minot State? Watch you email for the opportunity to submit your questions before the event or ask them live to get all the answers.

First Year Experience Mock Classes - 9:45 - 11:15 a.m.

Take a seat (or a mat) and experience what it is like learning from Minot State faculty. See below for more information about the courses you'll experience.

Minot State Resource Fair and Lunch - 11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Enjoy lunch at the Beaver Creek Café and visit with various departments about your career goals, stop by Admissions to learn more about applying to Minot State, check out student life offerings such as residence life and student activities, and don’t forget to ask Financial Aid about the new Automatic Four-Year financial awards for new freshmen.

Optional Tour - 12:30 p.m.

Take a comprehensive tour of our university. This tour will feature our academic and student life areas.

Join these classes at Spring Preview Day

Photography and Yoga

1. Photography and Yoga: The Art of Seeing and Being
 - Karina Stander

The digital world we inhabit can be of great convenience, but it can also distract us from living in the present. Photography and yoga allow us means of slowing down to really see the world. Whether we are looking through the lens of a camera, or we are sitting on a yoga mat there is much we can do to contemplate what we see and how we see it. Are you looking to start your college experience off by challenging your creative, intellectual, and physical self? Then, join us as we practice challenging both the right and left hemispheres of our brain.


Making a Murder

2. Making a Murder
 - Melissa Spelchen

The concept of crime and murder varies in definition with different cultures and organizations over time. The courses in this FYE will encourage students to think critically by applying assorted aspects of criminal justice and sociology to a singular factor, homicide. The concepts of law, law enforcement, theory, courts, corrections and juvenile justice as well as culture, deviance, sexuality, family and social, racial and ethnic interaction will be integrated into assignments involving the Netflix documentary: Making a Murderer.