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Alumni and Foundation
Welcome to the Minot State University Alumni Association and Foundation website. Alumni, students, or a friend of MSU; near or far, you all have something to offer the Minot State. Volunteer or attend and alumni event, participate in an activity on campus, join an in-state or out-of-state gathering, or spend a festive night at the annual Gala fundraiser, serve on the alumni board, or make a financial contribution to the association are some of the many ways to get involved. We look forward to hearing from you!
 
Upcoming Events
events
Jun
17
Alumni and Friends Social - Fargo
Thursday, June 17, 2021
Jun
29
Summer Golf Tour - Bottineau
Tuesday, June 29, 2021
Jul
07
News and Events

MSU Alumni Association announces 2021 Golden Awards

The Minot State University Alumni Association announced four individuals have been chosen for the 2021 Golden Award and one individual will be honored with the 2021 Young Alumni Achievement Award.

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Burkardt finds her calling

Caitlyn Burkardt ’18 took the scenic route both to Minot State and the nursing profession.

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Alumni Association plans busy summer schedule

The Minot State University Alumni Association will have a busy summer schedule including its annual Friend Raising Golf Tour, State Fair Luau, and Alumni and Friends Socials.

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Brown receives Teacher of the Year award

Nicole (Luther) Brown shouldn’t have been surprised when she received her 2020-2021 Teacher of the Year award.

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DeCoteau gives back to his hometown through teaching

Jacob DeCoteau, a 2016 grad from Minot State, has spent the last five years teaching at his own alma mater.

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Thompson wins scholarship from National Association of School Psychologists

During her time at Minot State, Jessica Thompson established many relationships with her professors in the psychology program.

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Matsumoto turns love for all animals into business plan

Kehualani Matsumoto’s upbringing on the Big Island of Hawaii isn’t necessarily the most common one you will hear in North Dakota.

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