Mayville State University is recognized by students, families, graduates, and the nation’s premier experts on higher education for providing high quality academic programs, value, outstanding curriculum, and more. Mayville state University is recognized for excellence by organizations such as The Princeton Review and U.S. News and World Report.
Mayville State offers 80+ graduate, undergraduate, and associate’s degree major, minor, certificate, and pre-professional programs.
A $2.25 million Strengthening Institutions Program (SIP) grant through the U.S. Department of Education has allowed for significant progress in main focus areas of active learning strategies, institutional data management, and academic advising and first-generation student success.
Mayville State University offers accessible courses and degrees via a variety of delivery methods so that working adults may pursue educational goals while remaining close to their homes, families, and jobs while earning degrees that open doors to exciting career opportunities.
Students have opportunities to get involved with real world hands-on scientific research through grand-funded projects. Several students have presented findings of their Mayville State research at national and regional conferences.
Seven of the 17 Mayville State Collegiate DECA students who participated in the International Career Development Conference in 2022 made it to the final round of competition. The annual international conference provides the opportunity for students to compete against others from all over the world in business-specific events. Two Mayville State students placed third in the world for their area of competition. Nineteen MaSU students were recognized with the Individual Leadership Passport Award. Only 102 of the nearly 5,000 Collegiate DECA students worldwide were recognized. Mayville State had more students recognized than any other college or university in the world.