Paint a neighborhood mural with Urban Roots
Metropolitan State University's longtime community engagement partner, Urban Roots, will paint and install a mural at the Phoenix Market. Metropolitan State students and employees are invited to join Urban Roots staff at scheduled painting sessions.
Opioid Overdose Medical Rescue Kits are now available on campus
Opioid Overdose Medical Rescue Kits are now available on campus and will be carried by university safety officers, Thomas R. Maida, director of Public Safety and Auxiliary Services at Metropolitan State University announced April 12.
Join the AmeriCorps Community Technology Empowerment Project
The AmeriCorps Community Technology Empowerment Project (CTEP) bridges the "digital divide" for new immigrants and low-income communities in the Minneapolis and Saint Paul area. Apply now for an opportunity to teach digital and computer literacy skills to students and community users of our library starting in September 2018.
Minnesota State responds to Gov. Dayton’s State of the State address
In his State of the State address, Gov. Mark Dayton recommended $10 million in supplemental campus support funding for the colleges and universities of Minnesota State. This follows the strong bonding recommendation the Governor first announced in January.
Now accepting applications for Annual Art Purchase Awards
In an effort to encourage the growth and development of studio artists among its students and alumni, and to elevate the profile of the arts on campus, Metropolitan State University has committed to sponsor an annual art purchase and competition.
Susan Shumer memorialized with joyful stories, laughter and Community Engagement Fund
A memorial this week brought friends and colleagues together to remember Susan Shumer, who died on Nov. 19. Shumer was the founding director of the Center for Community-Based Learning (CCBL), which became the Institute for Community Engagement and Scholarship prior to her January 2013 retirement as director emerita.