Mayville State University’s enrollment has surpassed the 1,000-student-mark for the first time ever in a spring semester. With 1,020 students enrolled, the current headcount is 4.0% higher than last spring semester. The number of dual credit students has increased 24.4% over last spring, and the numbers of degree-seeking and non-degree-seeking students are up, at 8.6% and 7.9% respectively.
Several MaSU students who competed in the February North Dakota Collegiate DECA Career Development Conference qualified for participation in the international competition in Washington, D.C. in April. The chapter also received awards, and their advisor, Rob Johnston, was named N.D. Advisor of the Year. MaSU student Amber Montag was named vice president of N.D. Collegiate DECA for 2014-15.
The MaSU Division of Business and Computer Information Systems hosted the 32nd annual Business Activity Day at Mayville State on Jan. 30. About 170 high school students from seven area schools participated in competitive and team events held throughout the day.