Take a moment to get to know Armani Eason. Armani is a very involved student at Missouri State, and she shares great tips and resources for our first generation and commuter students. Tell us about yourself. I am originally from Chicago, Illinois. I moved to Springfield, Missouri my senior year of high school with my mother and my little brother. In total, I have four … [Read more...] about Spotlight on Armani Eason – SOAR Leader, First Generation and Commuter Student
Bears L.E.A.D (Leadership, Empowerment, Achievement, and Diversity) is an initiative created out of Missouri State University’s commitment to providing a welcoming environment for all students. This program serves to immerse underrepresented and first-generation students into the college experience while enhancing their academic success. This year-long program is designed for … [Read more...] about Bears L.E.A.D. and TRIO – Two Life-Changing Programs
Zoë Pixler, Family Orientation Coordinator, sat down with Dr. TaJuan Wilson, Ed.D., Executive Director, TRIO Programs and Multi Student Retention to ask the question “What does Student Affairs mean to you?” (Second in a series of articles about the Division of Student Affairs at Missouri State.) What is your official title and what are your daily duties? I am the … [Read more...] about What Does Student Affairs Mean to You? A Conversation with Dr. TaJuan Wilson, Ed.D.
Fall 2014 was full of fun at the Duane G. Meyer Library. The faculty and staff at Meyer Library are always on the lookout for ways to enhance the user experience. Early on in the semester, students were asked what Meyer Library could provide for them during finals week. Students shared their ideas and we listened! Some of the highlights from the week include trained stress … [Read more...] about MSU Libraries – Literature and more….