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At Midwestern State, professors know the names of their students and students have the opportunity to get to know their professors. That kind of individual attention is one of the reasons that students choose MSU. Come be a part of our friendly campus community. You’ll immediately feel at home, and your education will be first rate! MSU PRESIDENT JESSE W. ROGERS, PH.D.


EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITIES

4&5

POSSIBLE.

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AND ARE BUILDING A STRONG NETWORK FOR FUTURE STUDENTS.

DEGREE ONE OF VALUE.

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WICHITA FALLS PROVIDES

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THE REAL DEAL

THE RIGHT FIT

MSU IS

DON’T JUST CHECK US OUT ONLINE! COME FOR A VISIT AND SEE FOR YOURSELF!

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MSU’s pedestrian-friendly campus is full of handsome buildings, pecan trees, and

Wichita Falls, a thriving community, offers

open areas for studying or

big-city entertainment, along with internships

playing pick-up games.

and career options after graduation!

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THE RIGHT FIT Be prepared for a “This is it” feeling to wash over you when you visit the campus of

More than $46.4 million in grants,

Midwestern State University! From the admissions staff, to professors and coaches, to the

loans, and work-study was

MSU students who greet you when you visit, you’ll experience a warm Texas welcome.

awarded to MSU students during the 2009-2010 academic year.

With over 60 majors and several pre-professional programs to choose from, you’re sure to find your academic interest as a student at MSU. For your best learning, challenge yourself academically. We urge you to research opportunities with our professors and programs like Honors, Study Abroad, and internships within your academic major. We offer academic support in the form of academic advising, tutoring, and classes to help you build skills for success. Traditions, like the torchlight parade, bonfire at homecoming, and the Burns Fantasy of Lights in December will make your college experience memorable.

RANKED #1 BEST VALUE IN THE NATION That’s right – Midwestern State University was determined by Consumers Digest Magazine to be the “#1 Best Value in the Nation” among public universities. Our low student-to-faculty ratio, combined with the annual cost of tuition and room and board, make MSU one of the best values for learning in higher education! As a public institution, our tuition is affordable. In addition, around 69% of our students receive financial aid in the form of grants, scholarships, student loans, and You won’t be lost in the crowd. Our friendly, caring staff

work-study programs. We offer the cost of a public university but the feel of a private education with

MSU is the only Texas member of

professors who will know you well. Each year over 6,000 students from 41 states and 45 countries

COPLAC (Council of Public

attend MSU. That’s because MSU is the right size, the right place, and the right fit! Midwestern State

Liberal Arts Colleges), a peer

University – make it yours by setting up a visit today!

group of select institutions across

members and

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“The size of the University is perfect; the professors are so approachable. MSU has motivated me and helped me decide upon my goals for the future. It’s a great place to get an education.” IAN LATHAM PSYCHOLOGY/ CRIMINAL JUSTICE SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA

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“You can walk everywhere and enjoy the beautiful color combination on campus – the red of the brick, the lush green trees, and the landscaping.” MADLEN GOHLKE PSYCHOLOGY BRAUNSCHWEIG, GERMANY

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THE REAL DEAL VISUALIZE THE POSSIBILITIES MCCOY SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING Three laboratories for robotics, invention, and design, with a glass box cut through the exterior of the building to invite the sun: be sure to see the new changes to one of MSU’s original buildings.

You know how some college campuses feel like a “real” college while others don’t? Midwestern State is

FAIN FINE ARTS CENTER

the Real Deal. One reason is that so many students live on campus – and that’s because it’s so easy to feel

With a 475-seat theatre and the

at home here. The heart of activity is the Clark Student Center, where you can eat delicious, healthy food

smaller, flexible studio theatre,

at the Mesquite Dining Hall or the Food Court. Visit the Barnes and Noble Bookstore, or pick up a

performances shine at MSU! The art

smoothie or mocha frappe at Java City.

wing features spacious studios and a gallery, and our TV production studio airs programs on Time

NEW STANDARD IN CAMPUS LIVING Close to the Student Center you’ll find our newly completed Sundance Court, which offers apartments

Warner Cable. Listen for student compositions emanating from the

with living rooms, kitchens, 2 bathrooms, and either 2 or 4 bedrooms. Spacious floor plans, walk-in closets, study lounges, computer labs, and outdoor gas grills – it all takes campus living to a new

new Instrumental Music Hall, completed in the summer of 2010.

standard! (There are other fabulous living arrangements on campus, as well, with Sunwatcher Village and Bridwell Courts.) Not far from our residence facilities is the amazing new Bruce and Graciela

DILLARD COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Completed in

Redwine Student Wellness Center. With over 50 cardio machines (each with its own television), plenty of free weights and weight machines, and an indoor track, this facility is truly one of the best in

2006, Dillard is now an accredited school with AACSB – The

the country. What else? An outdoor aquatics area, state-of-the art group fitness rooms, and a fully

Association to Advance Collegiate

equipped gymnasium.

Schools in Business. Students can

Grande in the Café at Dillard!

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PASSIONATE ABOUT TEACHING “Most of my professors were adamant about making the freshmen feel welcome,” recalls a student majoring in business management about her first year at MSU. “They said, ‘Come talk to me sometime,’ and that really helped with my transition.” That’s the rule, not the exception, at MSU. Our professors are here because they love to teach. Whether you need help with the latest concept in Calculus class or ideas for your art project, visit your professors in their offices. See how accessible they truly are at MSU!

AMAZING SUPPORT Advisors at the Academic Support Center guide incoming students in the selection of their coursework. They also help “undecided” students explore career options and choose a major. Eventually, students are assigned a faculty or staff advisor in their areas of study. Whether you are working with an academic advisor or a professor, you will be mentored in the selection of your courses and in your personal and professional development.

OPPORTUNITIES FOR RESEARCH AND EXCELLENCE MSU professors are passionate about research, and they’ll encourage you to get involved and share Most undergraduate classes have fewer than 30 students. Full-time professors teach 88 percent of all classes. Many hold the highest degree in PROFESSORS

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their field.

your results through opportunities like UGROW. (This program gives biology, chemistry, computer science, engineering, geosciences, and math students the tools to be involved in interdisciplinary research, with stipends and scholarships available.) The Honors Program offers high-achieving students a challenging learning experience, from the Honors

If you are not sure about a major, your

Introductory Seminar, to Honors classes taught by outstanding faculty, to the Honors

advisor will have plenty of strategies to

Capstone Course. Students in this program enjoy opportunities for research projects,

help you find the right area of study for

field trips, professional conferences, scholarships, study abroad experiences, and

your skills and interests.

Honors housing.

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DISTINGUISHED FACULTY DR. DAVID BARBOSA AND DR. MARY GARZA received a $1.48 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education, Office of English Language Acquisition, for Project BOW (Bilingual Opportunity Window).

“The faculty, staff, and students operate at such a high level here. I feel like we’re people with a common goal and we all want each other to succeed.”

JAMES HOGGARD, the Perkins-Prothro Distinguished Professor of English, was honored

DALE MCDDONALD ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, MCCOY SCHOOL OF

as a Texas Poet Laureate.

ENGINEERING

DR. TERRY PATTON, the first F. Robert Madera Professor of Accounting, serves as a consultant for the Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB), the policy-setting board for generally accepted accounting standards for governmental accounting. DR. BEVERLY STILES, Associate Professor of Sociology, was named Hardin Professor for 2010. This is the highest honor bestowed upon a faculty member at the university each year.

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“As an intern for a

OUTSTANDING PREPARATION

congressman in DC, I gave tours of the Capitol, screened the mail, and shadowed a legislative

Real-world experience is crucial to your career. MSU

aide. I even advised the

professors and staff will help you connect with internships

congressman on how to

and work-based learning, for valuable hands-on experience.

vote.”

As a business student, do an internship with the Perot Academy, a training program provided by Perot

TRAVIS STEGNER POLITICAL SCIENCE/

Systems. Get communications experience

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writing for the MSU newspaper or anchoring our TV newscast. Nursing majors work in hospitals, education students teach in local schools, and study abroad programs provide valuable cultural and educational experiences.

Projects emphasizing

THE LIBERAL ARTS ADVANTAGE

team work and

Your liberal arts foundation at MSU keeps you flexible and increases your

problem-solving are

appetite for lifelong learning. Employers seek the qualities gained by studying

encountered in many

the liberal arts: great written and oral communication skills, enhanced higher

MSU programs such

order thinking abilities, and an openness to challenge and diversity.

as engineering.

These skills are transferable from one career to another, which is so important in today and tomorrow’s ever-changing global

economy. An education at MSU in the time-honored tradition of the liberal arts and sciences is the best preparation for a meaningful life and

You will want to get to know the Career Management Center staff. They’ll help you write a resume, look for internships, and prepare for a career after graduation.

professional career. Step into your future with confidence when you hold a degree from Midwestern State! OUTCOMES

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WHERE OUR GRADS ARE NOW ASSISTANT VICE PRESIDENT OF STUDENT AFFAIRS Tyler, Texas BIOLOGY PROFESSOR Hardin-Simmons University DIRECTOR Texas Make-A-Wish Foundation ENGINEER Texas Department of Public Transportation FINANCIAL ANALYST Dallas, Texas SUPERINTENDENT Keller Independent School District, Keller, Texas INSURANCE UNDERWRITER Dallas, Texas NATURAL HISTORY PROFESSOR University of Vermont NURSE PRACTITIONER Wichita Falls Independent School District PRESIDENT OF UTMB MEDICAL SCHOOL Galveston, Texas TAX ATTORNEY Houston, Texas DIRECTOR OF MARKETING Neiman Marcus Catalog and Web Dallas, Texas

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PRESIDENT/PUBLISHER of Corpus Christi Caller Times Corpus Christi, Texas

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“I’m really glad I joined the Honors Program. We take at least one Honors class every semester, and we attend music concerts, art exhibits, and lectures together.” DAYSI GARCIA MATH IOWA PARK, TEXAS

“My math professor was able to break down the material. She would stop class and make sure every student understood. It was really one-to-one and very personable.” ANTUAN JEFFERY MASS COMMUNICATIONS DENTON, TEXAS

“For one of my first engineering classes, we consulted at a local cheesecake company. The owner needed to know how to maximize what he did. We studied the layout and recommended a more efficient process. It was a good first experience.” MARK HARKOO MECHANICAL ENGINEERING PROGRAMS

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MARABELLA, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO, WEST INDIES


“As a professor, I see

PROGRAMS FOR THE FUTURE

freshmen unaware of their potential to learn. Then they reach their

PROTHRO-YEAGER COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES Applied Arts and Sciences English History Humanities International Studies Political Science Psychology Sociology Spanish

DILLARD COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Accounting (with MBA option) Economics Finance General Business Management Management Information Systems Marketing GORDON T. AND ELLEN WEST COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Education •Bilingual Education •Elementary Certification •Post Baccalaureate Certification •Secondary Certification •Special Education Kinesiology Sport and Leisure Studies

ADDITIONAL AREAS OF STUDY (not degree programs) Air Force ROTC Athletic Trainer Certification Broadcasting Digital Media French German Journalism Philosophy Public Relations and Advertising Speech Communication Statistics

COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS Biology Chemistry Clinical Laboratory Science Computer Science Environmental Science Geosciences McCoy School of Engineering •Interdisciplinary Engineering* *Pending approval by the Texas Higher

LAMAR D. FAIN COLLEGE OF FINE ARTS Art Mass Communication Music Theatre

Education Coordinating Board.

•Mechanical Engineering Mathematics Physics

COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES AND HUMAN SERVICES Athletic Training Criminal Justice Dental Hygiene Exercise Physiology Nursing (with MSN option) Radiologic Sciences (with AAS option) Respiratory Care Social Work

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professionals walking out the door. It’s very gratifying.” JAMES JOHNSTON ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, RADIOLOGIC SCIENCES

PROGRAMS

MASTER’S DEGREES Biology Business Administration Computer Science Counseling Curriculum and Instruction Educational Leadership Educational Technology English Exercise Physiology Health Services Administration History Human Resource Development Nursing •Family Nurse Practitioner •Family Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner •Nurse Educator Political Science Psychology Public Administration Radiologic Sciences Reading Education School Counseling Special Education Sport Administration Training and Development

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“I received a scholarship from the business women of Wichita Falls, so I was able to meet many of the professional women in town. And my sorority works with the Boys and Girls Club.” SILVIA PATINO BUSINESS MANAGEMENT/SPANISH ALVORD, TEXAS

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TEXAS-ST YLE LIVING Located 15 miles from the Red River marking the Texas-Oklahoma border, Wichita Falls is the

Quick – put on your jogging

county seat of Wichita County and is considered the population center of North Texas.

gear, grab an apple at the

Wichita Falls is a perfect size for a city – 107,000 people who know how to live right, with

Food Court, run around Sikes

old-fashioned barbeques and outdoor music concerts. The city holds well-attended events

Lake, and you can still make

like the Hotter ‘n’ Hell Hundred and FallsFest, a city-wide festival held in September. The

it to class on time!

Wichita Falls Museum of Art, located right on the campus of MSU, hosts Live @ the Lake, a series of annual outdoor concerts.

MSU students enjoy mixing with this vibrant community. Have fun playing at a local Paintball field. Play mini-golf and ride go-carts at The Plex. Watch Wildcats Hockey games in a coliseum seating 10,000 people. Enjoy disc golf courses and 40 miles of biking trails around the city – including the trail around Sikes Lake, which happens to be right on our campus! River Bend Nature Center holds 15 acres of trails, wetlands, and a butterfly and nature conservatory. Check out the nearby Sikes Senter Mall for 80 specialty shops, restaurants, Hotter ‘n’ Hell Hundred is the largest

and movie theatres. Castaway Cover Water Park has exciting water slides, concerts, and sand volleyball. Be sure to enjoy the city’s very own professional symphony and ballet troupe.

sanctioned U.S. bike race with over 10,000 riders participating each August. Go Mustangs!

INTERNSHIPS, JOBS, AND MORE! Wichita Falls won’t let you down when it comes to internships and career opportunities. The city Take the challenge: visit all 37

and public schools. There are plenty of employers just waiting for you to knock on the door.

parks throughout Wichita Falls

Alcoa/Howmet is a large area manufacturer, employing over 1,000 people. Sheppard Air Force Base,

including Lucy Park, a 178-acre

which produces combat pilots for both USAF and NATO, is the largest employer in the area. The

sanctuary of cottonwoods,

base employs over 12,000 military, civilian personnel, including 5,000 students.

pecans, and other native trees.

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is home to many manufacturing, professional, and retail businesses, as well as health care systems

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PL AYING TO WIN

If you want to be an athlete in an environment that holds the highest standards of

Not planning to be a varsity athlete

scholarship, competition, and personal growth, then NCAA Division II at MSU is the way

but still want to participate? Many

Basketball (M,W)

to go. Our talented athletes from across the nation compete against schools from Texas,

recreational sports are offered on

Cross Country (W)

Oklahoma, and New Mexico in the Lone Star Conference, one of the top leagues in the

campus, from bowling to Frisbee golf

Football (M)

country in our division.

to starting something new!

NCAA DIVISION II INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS

Golf (M,W) Soccer (M,W) Softball (W) Tennis (M,W) Volleyball (W)

EXCELLENT FACILITIES, AWESOME FAN SUPPORT! With seating for 14,500 fans, our Memorial Stadium is one of the finest football stadiums in Texas. The D.L. Ligon Coliseum, site of all home basketball and volleyball events, seats 3,640. The MSU Soccer Field seats 1,500 fans who watch our soccer teams play on one of the best natural grass fields in the

CLUB SPORTS

Southwest. A lighted, eight-court tennis facility and a new Mustangs Park for softball round out MSU’s

Cycling (M,W)

repertoire of fabulous athletic facilities. And talk about fans: our athletes enjoy whole-hearted support

Rugby (M)

from MSU students and the Wichita Falls community. Imagine maroon and gold tailgate parties, fun contests, free giveaways, and fireworks. See the painted Mustang Maniacs leading the crowd in a cheer? That’s game day at MSU.

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“Our athletic director says you are a student first, an athlete second. Being a Division II athlete has allowed me to focus on my academic career and athletics.” ASHLEY MEEK MECHANICAL ENGINEERING CANYON, TEXAS

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“Getting involved in campus activities is key to becoming a Mustang. We have a lot of traditions, and there are so many different clubs and activities for getting involved.” MATT FOX SOCIOLOGY HIGHLAND PARK, ILLINOIS

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CREATING A SPL ASH Get involved right away – move into your

ACTIVITIES LIST

residence hall a day early and join the Movin’ An involved student is a successful

Mustangs, to help fellow students settle into

Attend outstanding theatre

student who happens to have many

their rooms. Special programs offered the first new friends. Chose from over 100

week in the halls will help you meet a whole

and musical performances in the Fain Fine Arts Theatre.

active student organizations! If

new network of friends, get to know your

Walk over to the Wichita

there isn’t a group to suit your

Resident Assistant, and become familiar with

Falls Museum of Art for a

interests, start one of your own.

campus life.

moment of reflection.

Our student groups include: • 22 Academic Societies • 30 Special Interest Clubs • 14 Honor Societies • 16 Nationally Affiliated Fraternities and Sororities • 16 Religious Organizations • 7 University Committees • 5 Governing Councils

Gain academic credit

FIND OUT WHO YOU ARE BY JUMPING IN

as a freshman or

Watch new friendships blossom as you start to participate

sophomore while

in clubs and organizations. Develop skills you never knew

studying in France

you had, like discerning when to speak up and when to

or Spain. Or take

stay quiet in a meeting, or knowing what to do with all the

advantage of other

silverware around your plate at a banquet. Pursue the

travel opportunities

Leadership Education and Achievement Program (LEAP),

that offer six credit

designed especially for students aspiring to be leaders.

hours during the

Want to co-create the “big picture” plan? Join the University

summer.

Programming Board and help choose the entertainers who Recent guests of our Artist-Lecture

come to campus.

series have included luminaries such as Soledad O’Brien, Mike Huckaby, and Gordon Goodwin’s Big Phat Band, an 18-piece jazz ensemble. ACTIVITIES

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THE MUSTANGS PROMISE Students are guaranteed through 2012 that tuition and fees at MSU will not increase more than five percent in any academic year, with the exception of student-initiated fee increases.

THE MUSTANGS GUARANTEE PROGRAM If you complete your financial aid file by April 30 and are a) a beginning freshman accepted for admission to MSU, b) a Texas resident, c) Pell Grant eligible, and d) from a family whose combined annual Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) is $50,000 or less‌you may be eligible for the Mustangs Guarantee Program. Contact us for more details! FINANCIAL AID

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“The lower cost makes

MAKING IT AFFORDABLE

my heart happy. It’s such a big difference, compared to a private

In addition to our Mustangs Promise

academic progress. Grants, loans,

school! My parents had

and Mustangs Guarantee Program, you

scholarships, and work-study will be

a big sigh of relief.”

can be confident that the education

calculated to cover the difference

you’ll earn at Midwestern State

between the cost of attendance and

University will be an outstanding

your expected family contribution.

CHRISTINE LINSON BUSINESS MANAGEMENT SHERMAN, TEXAS

investment for your future. • Submit the Free Application for Federal • The Texas Legislature and our own

Student Aid (FAFSA), available from

Board of Regents allows MSU to offer

your high school

a tuition rate for U.S. non-Texas

guidance counselor,

residents. These students pay the

the MSU Financial

Texas resident rate plus $30 per

Aid Office, or online

semester credit hour.

at www.fafsa.ed.gov. You and your parents

• MSU is committed to providing a

will be asked to

quality education that is affordable, and we’ll help you with the financial aid options that are available to you. The cost of attending MSU is very competitive, and often lower, when

include current income tax information, but do

financial aid, you

not send tax returns

must complete a new

with the FAFSA.

FAFSA every year.

compared to other schools in Texas and throughout the U.S.

To continue receiving

We suggest that you

• If you have any

do so by February.

questions, please call • To receive financial aid you must be accepted for admission to MSU, and you must maintain satisfactory

the MSU Financial Aid Office at (940) 397-4214 or e-mail FINANCIAL

us at financial-aid@mwsu.edu.

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YOUR VISIT, THE WOW FACTOR FAST FACTS DIVERSITY

Experience diversity among 6,000 students from 41 states and 45 countries. ACADEMICS

Choose from more than 60 majors, pre-professional programs, and areas of study. Bachelor’s and master’s degree programs are available.

Closer than you think, and better than you can imagine, MSU is

American Eagle offers commuter

just two hours northwest of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, or

flights available from DFW

FACILITIES

today and make plans to visit Midwestern State University and

two hours southwest of Oklahoma City. Contact MSU Admissions

Wichita Falls. We know you’ll be impressed!

south. Midwestern State University

Expand your learning experience through internships or study abroad in England, France, Mexico, Spain, or other countries.

is on the right.

Mustangs Rally is our College Day Preview. You and your parents can tour the campus, talk to faculty, coaches, and current MSU is the right place,

ATHLETICS

Find something that interests you with over 100 active student organizations.

the Taft Blvd. exit, go five blocks

MANY WAYS TO VISIT

OPPORTUNITIES

ACTIVITIES

Take the Hwy. 82/Kell Blvd. exit off Hwy. 287, go two miles west, take

Live in our recently remodeled residence halls or our new Sundance Court apartments.

We participate in NCAA Division II, Lone Star Conference in twelve varsity sports for men and women.

right size, and right fit for 6,000 students. Visit us and find out if it’s right for you, too.

students; check out the housing facilities; meet with Admissions Officers; learn more about your major; and talk with a financial aid representative. If you can’t attend the event, plan a trip to MSU and meet individually with an Admissions Officer. You’ll get the University Tour and we’ll answer your questions about admissions, financial aid, academics, housing, and campus life. Check us out! Make Midwestern State University YOUR university!

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Dental Hygiene 4737 Nursing, Wilson School of 4331 Radiologic Sciences 4337 Respiratory Care 4652 Carriage House (CH) Catholic Student Center (CA) Central Plant (CP) 4202 Church of Christ Student Center (CC) Clark Student Center (CS) 4520 Aramark Dining Services 4203 Barnes and Noble Bookstore 4225 Campus Card Services 4223 Career Management Center 4215 Cheerleaders 4500 Clark Student Center Information Center 4223 Dean of Students 6273 Disability Support Services 4140 Mesquite Dining Room 4203 Post Office 4241 Recreation Room 4296 Student Development and Orientation 4500 Student Government 4709 Sundance Food Court 4900 University Programming Board 4913 Wai-Kun Yearbook 4498 Coliseum, D. L. Ligon (CO) 4044 Athletics Office 4779 Athletic Training 4773/6236

Basketball (Men’s) 4775 Basketball (Women’s) 4776 Box Office 4723/4724 Cross Country 4422 Cross Training 4422 Exercise Physiology 4232 Golf 4775 Soccer (Men’s) 4772 Soccer (Women’s) 4823 Softball 6329 Tennis 4766 Volleyball 4471 15 Counseling Center 4618 16 Daniel Building (Physical Plant) (DA) Maintenance 4228 Purchasing 4109 17 Dillard College of Business Administration Building (DB) Accounting 4248 Bureau of Business and Government Research 4661 Center for Management and Leadership Development 6227 Dillard College of Business Administration 4248 Economics 4248 Finance 4248 General Business 4248 Mamie Raborn Center

Testing Center 4676 Upward Bound 4080 Veterans Affairs 4305 25 Honors House (residence house) (HH) 26 Initium House (residence house) (RH) 27 Instrumental Music Hall (band hall) (IM) 4583 28 Killingsworth Hall (residence hall) (KH) 7200 29 Library (Moffett) (LI) 4204 Honors Program Office 4534 30 Marchman Hall (MH) 7750 31 Martin Hall (MA) Criminal Justice 4752 Health and Public Administration 4752 Social Work 4437 32 McCoy Engineering Hall (MY) Engineering, McCoy School of 4286 Manufacturing Engineering Technology Mechanical Engineering Physics 33 McCullough Hall (MC) 34 McCullough-Trigg Hall (residence hall) (MT) 7930 35 McGaha Hall (MG) Academic Support Center 4684 36 Memorial Building (MM) Information Systems 4278 Telecommunications 4555 37 Museum, WF Museum of Art at MSU (MS) 38 O’Donohoe Hall (OD) Prothro-Yeager College of Humanities and Social Sciences 4030 History 4258 International Studies 4365 Political Science 4376 Psychology 4340 Sociology 4340 39 Outdoor Recreation Center (OR) 40 Paint Shop (PS) 41 Pierce Hall (residence hall) (PH) 7510 42 Police Department, University (PD) 4239 43 Prothro-Yeager Hall (PY) 4030 44 Quadrangle (Q) 45 Recreational Sports Fields (RS) 46 Sikes Cottage 47 Sikes House (president’s home) (SH) 48 Sikes Lake Center (SI) 49 Sikes Lake and Jogging Track (SL) 50 Soccer Field (SF) 51 Softball Field (SB) 52 Student Wellness Center, Bruce and Graciela Redwine (WC) 4466 Recreational Sports 4466 Vinson Health Center 4231 53 Sundance Court (residence living) (SC) 6780 54 Sunwatcher Plaza (SU) 55 Sunwatcher Village 6780 (residence living) (SV) 56 Tennis Courts (TC) 57 University Press (UP) Credit Union 4622 Print Shop 4235

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1 Akin Auditorium (Hardin North) (HA) 2 Alumni Center (AL) 4121 3 Bea Wood Hall (BW) Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS) 4400 English 4300 Foreign Languages 4309 Housing and Residence Life 4217 Humanities 4145 International Education (Studies Abroad) 4318 Philosophy 4128 4 Biology House (residence house) (BI) 5 Bolin Fountain (BF) 6 Bolin Hall (BO) Biology 4163 Chemistry 4251 Clinical Laboratory Science 4163 College of Sciences and Mathematics 4253 Computer Science 4702 Geosciences 4250 Environmental Science General Science Geosciences Mathematics 4411 7 Bridwell Courts (residence living) (BC) 8 Bridwell Hall (BH) College of Health Sciences and Human Services 4597

for Economic Education 4722 Management 4248 Management Information Systems 4248 Marketing 4248 Munir Abdul Lalani Center for Entrepreneurship and Free Enterprise 4634 Small Business Development Center 4373 18 Engineering Laboratories (EL) 19 Fain Fine Arts Center (FA) Art, The Juanita and Ralph Harvey School of Visual 4264 Box Office 4393 Lamar D. Fain College of Fine Arts 4243 Mass Communication 4243 Music 4267 Public Relations 4243 Speech Communication 4243 Theatre 4243 T.V. Studio 4394 Wichitan Newspaper 4704 20 Fain Hall (sororities) (FN) Alpha Phi Sorority 4793 Chi Omega Sorority 4794 Gamma Phi Beta Sorority 4795 Sigma Kappa Sorority 4796 21 Ferguson Hall (FE) Gordon T. and Ellen West College of Education 4313 Kinesiology/Sport and Leisure Studies 4313 Sport Administration 4641 Teacher Certification 4762 22 Free Play Fields (FP) 23 Hardin Administration Building (HA) Akin Auditorium (Hardin North) (HA) Annual Fund 4539 Associate Vice President for Student Affairs 4291 Business Office 4760 Continuing Education 4756 Corporate and Sports Development 4730 Dean of Graduate Studies 4867 Donor Services 4651 Extended Education 4785 Human Resources 4221 Institutional Research 4342 Internal Auditor 4914 Payroll 4222 President 4211 Provost 4226 Public Information and Marketing 4352 Vice President for Administration and Finance 4237 Vice President for Institutional Effectiveness 6217 Vice President for University Advancement and Student Affairs 4782 Webmaster 4324 24 Hardin South (HS) Admissions 4334 Toll Free 1-800-842-1922 Financial Aid 4214 International Services 4344 Registrar 4321

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