Minot State University attains military friendly school status
As of mid-July, G.I. Jobs magazine named Minot State University as a Military Friendly School for the year 2010. After years of compiling research, survey results and other data, the magazine determined MSU is ranked in the top 15 percent of all colleges, trade schools and universities across the nation.
Upon notification of this award, MSU received a plaque to commemorate this great honor. As a Military Friendly School, MSU is listed in the magazine’s September 2009 Guide to Military Friendly Schools. By improving efforts, policies and results, MSU will continue to recruit and retain military and veteran students.
"We believe in educating our airman. MSU and the United State Air Force are a team at Minot Air Force Base. The airmen are here defending us, and MSU is here to help them with a smooth transition into earning their education. MSU recognizes the military student as not being your typical campus student, therefore, the university goes out of its to meet their military needs," said Sue Krebsbach, MSU program coordinator at the MAFB. "We receive many comments about how everyone from Minot State is so helpful and how the instructors seem to care about their students, which makes MSU deserving of this award."
The plaque hangs on the second level of the Education Center on the Minot Air Force Base, where Minot State offices have been located since 1960.
For more information on this award, contact Mark Lyman, director of public information, at 858-3065 or firstname.lastname@example.org.