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August 26, 2015: Welcome Dr. Suzanne Shipley, 11th President of Midwestern State University
Please join your MSU Alumni Association and help us welcome Dr. Suzanne Shipley to the MSU Family.
Wine & Cheese Reception
When: Wednesday, August 26
Time: 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Where: Wichita Falls Museum of Art at MSU
Please RSVP before 5:00 p.m. August 19. Call 940-397-4121 for more information.
You are the future of MSU and the MSU Alumni Association. Many MSU alumni attribute their success in life to their student experience at MSU. The Midwestern State University Alumni Association was established in 1926. More than 3,000 members turn their nostalgia into tangible action on behalf of the university, each year, by serving as ambassadors, recruiting outstanding students, giving advice, and providing financial support for the university. Today, members live in all 50 states and many foreign countries and represent the MSU Alumni Association. But, we strive to stay connected no matter how many miles separate us, showing how firm alumni friendship is for Midwestern State.
Membership in the Alumni Association is the best way to maintain a lifelong connection to your alma mater while helping to strengthen Midwestern State's position as one of the world's premier public universities. While membership provides essential support for Midwestern State, it also gives alumni various ways to stay connected. Recognition of academic excellence, student scholarships and recruitment, and service and leadership to our undergraduates also makes the university stronger. Graduates of the university, as well as families and friends, are welcome to join the Alumni Association
To unite students and alumni as one to benefit Midwestern State University through fellowship and progress.
The mission of the Office of Alumni Relations is to identify, cultivate and strengthen relationships among former students, graduates and friends while promoting and enhancing the university's mission and commitment to academic excellence, productive scholarship, and personal growth