Minnesota Campus Compact Minnesota Campus Compact supports civic engagement and democratic renewal through its diverse network of colleges and universities. Its vision is that every student in Minnesota experiences service-learning or civic engagement and graduates with a determination to contribute to the public good. Every college and university in Minnesota is fully engaged with its communities, working together to educate citizens, solve problems, and build a strong democracy. To learn more about the Minnesota Campus Compact, please visit www.mncampuscompact.org/ Cultural Diversity
Homecoming is just around the corner at M State and the college’s Fergus Falls campus is celebrating with – yeehaw! – a Western-themed week...
Purpose The Minnesota State Community and Technical College Student Code of Conduct has been adopted to support the development and well-being of all members of the College community. The Student Code of Conduct is designed to ensure that students receive all due process rights when adjudicating potential violations. It is the College’s goal that, students engaged in the conduct process, will leave that process as better-educated students, better members of the College community, and better global citizens. Definitions Student Includes all persons who: Are enrolled in one or more courses
Dear M State Alumni and Friends: The following questionnaire has been designed to solicit your feedback and collect your ideas about the possibility of establishing a M State Alumni Association. Thank you in advance for taking a few minutes to complete and return this questionnaire. We look forward to receiving your comments, and remain convinced that forming an association would promote Minnesota State Community and Technical College and the M State Foundation and Alumni through involvement and support of local community activities and would provide opportunities for networking among alumni
2023 Student Awards Faculty and staff recently nominated students and student organizations for 2023 student awards. Congratulations to all of our student recipients! The awards and student recipients are: Outstanding Student Employee: Mya Miller, Ismail Mohamed, Carter Powell, Johnathan Suchy and Marqual Turner Recognizes a student who has gone beyond in their commitment and fulfillment of the duties associated with their on-campus employment. M State Spirit Award: Kaitlyn Beil and Noel Kabanga Recognizes the impact students have on the M State community. This student promotes M State at the
Campus offerings to be further aligned with community, workforce needs M State announces a bold and innovative vision for the college’s...
A special page created in celebration of M State's 20th anniversary.
Mission, Vision, Values and Pillars of Success MISSION STATEMENT Minnesota State Community and Technical College specializes in affordable and exceptional education, service, and workforce training. We welcome all students and engage them in shaping their futures and their communities. VISION STATEMENT A success story for every student. VALUES Integrity As dedicated professionals, we act with purpose in everything we do. We are sincere and honest in our relationships and communications, and hold ourselves accountable to doing the right thing even when no one is watching. Inclusion We welcome
Purpose To ensure compliance with federal laws and regulations regarding ethical recruitment and enrollment activities conducted at Minnesota State Community and Technical College. Specifically, Section 487(a)(20) of the Higher Education Act (HEA) and its implementing regulations at 34 C.F.R. 66814, as well as the College’s Memorandum of Understanding with the Department of Defense (DoD). Definitions Commission, Bonus, Incentives A sum of money or something of value, other than a fixed salary or wages, paid to or given to a person or an entity for services rendered. Securing enrollments or the
Diversity Equity and Inclusive Excellence Publications Following are links to Diversity Equity and Inclusive Excellence Publications that provide useful resources for faculty and staff who are interested in incorporating diversity into their classrooms, offices and programs. To learn more about Diversity Equity and Inclusive Excellence Publications, please visit https://www.aacu.org/resources/diversity-equity-and-inclusive-excellenc…. America’s Unmet Promise: The Imperative for Equity in Higher Education This publication makes the case for the urgent need to expand access to and