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Welcome Home

Our students consistently say they feel at home at MSU – on a campus that is not too large or too small. With an average class ratio of 17:1, students develop close ties to their professors who mentor them through the challenging years. Our beautiful and safe campus is located in the heart of the city of 100,000 people. Add great student housing, and affordability, and it is no wonder that students say, “It’s My University. Make It Yours”!

MSU is here to help you with financial aid, scholarships, internships, major selection, and career options. We are proud of our undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs and want you to join us! We await your call or inquiry.

Apply today!




Choose MSU

Midwestern State University's beautiful campus is nestled in the city’s residential section. Our students tell us time after time that MSU is small enough to meet their needs, yet large enough not to be overwhelming.

With more than 60 degree options from which to choose, our students know they have the support they need to get the most of their college experience.


Student-Produced One-Act Play Festival
Fain Fine Arts Center Theatre

There are two more weekend productions of the Student-Produced One-Act Play Festival. Shows start at 7:30 p.m. April 25-26 and May 2-3. General admission tickets are $5. Call the Box Office for tickets at 940-397-4393 or the Publicity Office at 940-397-4399.

This weekend: A Roz by Any Other Name by Brett Ryback, directed by Cassie Toft, I’m Not Stupid by David E. Rodriguez, directed Lauren Holt, and Fin and Euba by Audrey Cefaly, directed by Nicole Neely.

Next weekend: Starfishes by David Ross Albert, directed by Morgan Burkey, Down Came the Rain by Burgess Clark, directed by Carter Wallace, and Medea by Christopher Durang & Wendy Wasserstein, directed by Kiani Stone.






Let Us Do the Worrying

Rest assured knowing that your son or daughter is receiving a quality education from professors who love to mentor and teach. At Midwestern State, we are focused on our students – your children.

Individual attention, a safe environment, and round-the-clock support services will give you peace of mind that your child has the necessary tools to thrive.




Discover MSU

Welcome to Midwestern State University, located in beautiful Wichita Falls, Texas. If you are in the neighborhood, be sure to visit. Art exhibits, theatre performances, lecture series, music recitals, sporting events, and so much more await you.

If you are looking to sponsor a workshop or event, be sure to inquire about our high-tech, spacious facilities. It’s our hope that you will “make it yours”!




Midwestern Proud!

Many of our graduates attribute their success in life to their student experience at Midwestern State University. The MSU Alumni Association was established in 1926, and today more than 3,000 members of the association turn their nostalgia into tangible actions on behalf of the university by serving as ambassadors, recruiting outstanding students, giving advice, and providing financial support for the university.

Our members live in all 50 states and many foreign countries and represent the MSU Alumni Association. Each year, Your Alumni Association plays host to numerous events throughout Texas. Midwestern State University is Your University, and we are here to help you stay connected.



Weather Alert
Status: Yellow

9:30 p.m. 3/2/14: Due to inclement weather, campus will open at 10 a.m. Monday, March 3.