Check out these opportunities to get involved on our Moorhead campus!
Student Government Association
The Moorhead campus Campus Student Government Association meets from 3-4:30 p.m. on Thursdays in C121. Visitors are welcome, and you can contact Director of Student Engagement Teresa Stolfus to get on the agenda.
Students elected to the SGA make decisions to reflect the interests and opinions of Moorhead campus students. It operates under the M State SGA constitutions and bylaws, and decisions are determined by voting.
New student senators are elected each fall and spring semester. If you’re interested in joining the SGA, watch your email for a link to the nomination form or get a copy of the current nomination form from Teresa Stolfus and submit it by the specified due date.
Eligibility requirements for SGA include: Be a current student, enroll in at least six credits; have a minimum GPA of 2.0 (except for first-semester nominees) and attend SGA meetings regularly.
What's happening at M State Moorhead
There are lots of ways to know what's happening on campus:
Social media - All of our social media outlets share prize drawings, contests and information you can't get anywhere else. Be sure to follow us today!
- Facebook - Our Facebook page has information about upcoming events and often will feature video or audio snippets from upcoming artists.
- Twitter - Our Twitter feed will share posts from our upcoming artists and give you a sneak peek into some of their current materials.
- Instagram - Follow our Instagram for fun and current information about what is happening on campus.
Old school - Don't forget about all the materials posted on campus. Check out the posters and flyers in the commons areas, in the bathrooms and on poster boards around campus.
Stop and say hi! - Our offices are located in D121, just next door to the Student Services offices. You're always welcome!
Our upcoming student life events include:
- 7th Annual Run/Walk Through Minnesota - preregistration begins March 2. The virtual race kicks off March 16-April 23
Keep your finger on the Pulse
The Pulse student programming board plans events, programs and activities for your enjoyment. You're encouraged to get involved and take advantage of the opportunities that the student-run board provides to you! We are always looking for volunteers and committee members to assist with entertainers and artists. Email Teresa Stolfus for more information.
Moorhead campus student organizations
Interested in joining one of these groups? Please contact the advisor directly to get more information on meeting times and locations. For any other questions, please contact Teresa Stolfus.
Advisor: Jennifer Beyer
View, discuss, understand and appreciate anime
Advisor: Shannon Mohn
For students interested in the automotive industry
CRU (Campus Crusade for Christ)
Advisor: Sue Anderson
Explore topics pertaining to faith, spirituality and Christianity
Criminal Justice Association
Advisor: Jeff Nelson
For students who have an interest in criminal justice
Advisor: Crystal Shumake
For students interested in the Dental Assisting program
Advisor: Dick Weber
For students interested in Diesel Technology
M State, Together We Grow!
Advisor: Leah Tronvet
Works to create community among students and to engage and involve students on and off the campus through volunteering and involvement
Advisor: Teresa Stolfus
Source of information and a safe zone for all LGBTQ+ students
Student American Dental Hygienists' Association
Advisor: Michelle Samuelson
For students in the Dental Hygiene program
Advisor: David Eliason
A national organization for students in the trades and technical fields
Student Government Association
Advisor: Teresa Stolfus
Elected representatives advocate for the students of M State
Student Human Resources Organization
Advisor: Loren Haagenson
For students considering a career in human resource management and/or labor relations
Student Nursing Organization
Advisor: Erica Berg
Encourages student interest in the fields of nursing and medicine
Technology, Gaming & Robotics Club
Advisor: Tim Preuss
Provides opportunities for hands-on projects in the fields of technology, gaming and robotics
M State Fitness Center
Your student fees support the Fitness Center, so there are no additional fees to use all the services! Stop by the center, located on the west side of campus (just inside door W2), and check out all it offers.
After signing a membership agreement, you are welcome to participate in all events, attend group fitness classes and schedule personal training. Both equipment orientation and fitness assessments are available so you can feel more comfortable and confident using the entire facility. A student ID and a pair of clean, dry sneakers are REQUIRED.
Group exercise classes are offered daily. If you have wanted to try a class but are feeling hesitant, come give us a try! We have multi-level classes focused on beginners, but advanced participants are guaranteed a great workout. Choose from yoga, pilates, meditation, dance fitness and a variety of core classes. Lockers are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Fitness Center now has TRX (suspension trainers), Core Flytes and a Life Fitness PowerMill.
If you're interested in a work study position at the center, please contact Fitness Center Director Kay Wilder.