Alumni Association Spirit Event and Membership Kickoff
Stop by, renew your membership, and have a hot dog with us at the 2014 MSU Alumni Association Membership Kickoff and Spirit Event from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Saturday, October 4, at Memorial Stadium. MSU football will take on Angelo State at 7 p.m. Renew your membership at the event and receive a free MSU T-Shirt. Please RSVP by October 2 to (940) 397-4121 or online at email@example.com.
August: Osage County
The Department of Theatre will present August: Osage County at 7:30 p.m. October 9-11 and at 2:30 p.m. on October 12. This darkly comedic play takes a look at the lives of the strong-willed women of the Weston family, whose paths have diverged until a family crisis brings them back to the Oklahoma house they grew up in, and to the dysfunctional woman who raised them. Cast includes alumni Shawn Duthie (’96), Paul Jefferson (’77), Laura Jefferson (’80) and a number of MSU theatre majors. Additional information may be found by clicking on theater production schedule. For ticket information, call (940) 397-4399 or 397-4393 (box office).
Criminal Justice Program cited for Affordability
The MSU Criminal Justice program was recently named to the top 30 accredited programs by the website Top Criminal Justice Degrees. The site places MSU at No. 15 with an average yearly tuition of $9,615. Dr. Nathan Moran, chair of MSU’s program, said that the university’s program is known globally as faculty members have worked with criminal justice systems of 122 countries. “We have been very aggressive in our growth, while focusing on keeping costs low and building a tradition of academic excellence equivalent to the best criminal justice programs the world over,” he said.
Presidential Search Underway
As we begin the search for our next president, the Presidential Search Advisory Committee and the Board of Regents are committed to keeping the campus informed about each step in the process. Recently, consultants from Academic Search spent two days visiting with faculty, staff, students, alumni, and community members about the search. Approximately 180 individuals participated in town hall meetings to discuss the search process and to comment on the characteristics they would like to see in the next president.
One of the themes emerging from these meetings was the need to provide transparency in the search process. We are committed to doing so, even as we provide confidentiality to candidates until they are invited for a campus visit next spring.
To keep abreast of the search process or to make a nomination, please Click Here.
Homecoming 2014 – Live Maroon…Love Gold
Homecoming is a time for all alumni to celebrate their days at MSU, to remember friendships formed and lessons learned, and to relive memories made in college. Enjoy all the 2014 Homecoming festivities the week of October 20-26. Make plans now, mark it on your calendar, and don’t miss a single day of fun. Click on the following link for a complete schedule of events.
Class of 1964 50-Year Reunion
This year’s homecoming will honor the Class of 1964 with a 50th Reunion. Come and celebrate with fellow classmates at the Golden Grads Alumni Brunch on Friday, October 24.
As part of the 50th reunion celebration, a class giving campaign is under way to raise $1,964 for student scholarships. Just as Midwestern shaped your future, we hope you will consider a gift that will secure the Midwestern experience for current and future generations of students. Click Here to make your contribution.
For more information, contact the Office of Alumni Relations at (940) 397-4121.
Your Membership Matters
Your MSU Alumni Association offers you opportunities to network with other members at annual homecoming festivities, receptions, special events, and class reunions. Your membership also provides for Sunwatcher Magazine, Outstanding Alumni Awards, alumni reunions and social events throughout Texas, as well as student scholarships.
Join your Midwestern State University Alumni Association and help support the university that made it all possible by Clicking Here.