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M STATE

A number of students from around the Perham area are on M State's most recent President's List and Dean's List.
The initiative will offer resources and support to those pursuing a CNA credential from the first day of class to the first day on the job. This includes covering costs for tuition, fees and materials.
The initiative will offer resources and support to those pursuing a CNA credential from the first day of class to the first day on the job. This includes covering costs for tuition, fees and materials.
Perham's Matt Lamb will be one of several area high school band directors performing with M State's Concert and Jazz bands in Fergus Falls on the afternoon of Sunday, Nov. 21.

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M State is now bringing early childhood classes to high schools in the area, giving students an opportunity to earn credits toward an early childhood college degree, said M State early childhood program director Sue TenEyck-Stafki
FERGUS FALLS -- M State will celebrate Earth Day with a pioneer of exploration.
FERGUS FALLS -- Despite an influx of money from the United States and elsewhere to continue a war on drugs in the South American country of Colombia, forces are threatening the Colombian peace process in rural areas.
M State The following area students are among the 790 2019 spring semester graduates of Minnesota State Community and Technical College, with campuses in Detroit Lakes, Fergus Falls, Moorhead and Wadena. Dent Casey Kulsrud, Electrical Line Worker...
Minnesota State Community and Technical College has recognized nearly 1,300 students for academic honors during the 2019 spring semester. The M State president's list includes 609 students who earned a semester grade point average of 4.0 while en...
Perham High School Senior Olivia Januszewski doesn't even have her high school diploma yet, but she will soon have her AA degree in Architectural Drafting from M State. It's a degree she'll earn in May right before walking with her senior class t...

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Minnesota State Community and Technical College was designated a military-friendly school by an organization called VIQTORY which works to create resources for veterans introducing them to employment, entrepreneurship and education opportunities.
The following area students are among the 800 Spring 2018 graduates of Minnesota State Community and Technical College, with campuses in Detroit Lakes, Fergus Falls, Moorhead and Wadena.
Minnesota students included on the attached list were among the students to graduate from North Dakota State University in spring 2018. NDSU awarded 1,810 degrees to students.

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