Sexual Assault Awareness Month
April 1 – April 30
National Student Employment Week
The Student Employment Office is hosting a variety of events in recognition of National Student Employment Week, including the Student Employee of the Year Award, Office Decorating Contest, Thank You Post Cards, and Coupons for Students.
Academic Integrity Days
There will be multiple 50 minute events scheduled to help students understand the expectations of academic integrity, the process if they are accused of a violation and the potential sanctions for a violation.
Members of the Academic Integrity Council and Academic Integrity Matters Student Organization (AIM SO).
Last day to Drop, Withdraw, declare Pass/Not-Pass or Audit, Second Block
Last day to Drop or Withdraw (student will receive an automatic W grade), declare Pass/Not-Pass, and Change to or from Audit for Spring 2015 Second Block Classes.
Pass/Not Pass and Audit changes must be processed through the Office of the Registrar, Carrington Hall-Room 320. Drops and withdrawals can be processed online at My Missouri State, until midnight of the deadline day. If you have a hold on your account preventing the use of the web registration system to drop a class, contact the Office of the Registrar prior to midnight on the deadline day. Office hours are 8:00 am – 5:00 pm. After 5:00 pm, email Registrar@missouristate.edu from your University email account, or fax 417-836-6334.
Additional refund deadlines can be found here: http://www.missouristate.edu/registrar/refunds.htm
Haven is a required online course for all in-coming freshmen and transfer students to complete to initiate understanding of consent, sexual assault, relationship violence, and bystander intervention. If this course is not completed by the student prior to the student’s spring registration date within the student’s first year at Missouri State University, a Registration Hold will be placed on the student’s account. This hold will be lifted from the account once completion of Haven has occurred.
To Log In:
- Always sign in at: my.missouristate.edu
- After signing in, go under the Academics tab and find the New Student or Transfer Student section. Within this square, there is a training section and the Haven link is in this area. To access Haven, choose the link and you can begin.
Course problems? Contact Emma Rapp, Dean of Students Graduate Assistant at Rapp703_@missouristate.edu or at (417) 836-6087
Those with disabilities who may not be able to access Haven because of the instructional format or design of the training program may request an accommodation by contacting the Disability Resource Center at email@example.com or 417-836-4192
Academic Integrity Days
Nuts & Bolts of Academic Integrity
Tuesday, April 21 at 9:30am, PSU 313
Tuesday, April 21 at 2pm, PSU 313
A discussion on exactly what the expectations of academic integrity are at MSU and the process involved if a student is accused of violating the Academic Integrity Policies and Procedures.
What Would You Do?
Tuesday, April 21 at 11am, PSU 313
An active audience participation event discussing different integrity scenarios and how to make ethical decisions.
Pizza & Predicaments
Tuesday, April 21 at 12:30pm, PSU 313
Come join Dr. Thomas Tomasi for pizza and a panel discussion with MSU alums from the insurance industry, medical field, hotel/food industry, criminology and journalism discussing how they face ethical decisions on a daily basis at work.
Dr. Thomas Tomasi
Technology & Ethics
Tuesday, April 21 at 3:30pm, PSU 313
A discussion with students (by students) on how they can use social media and current technology to study with their friends and maintain academic integrity.
Freddie Young and Trevor Knoblauch
High Stakes Testing and Integrity in the Educational Arena
Tuesday, April 21 at 5:30pm, Glass 101
Dr. David Hough, Dean of the College of Education, will moderate this panel of Missouri educators and legislatures.
Dr. David Hough; Dr. Margaret Vandeven – Commissioner, Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education; Dr. Maynard Wallace – Missouri State Board of Education member; former Representative, Missouri House of Representatives, former school superintendent; Dr. Stephen Kleinsmith – Superintendent, Nixa Public Schools; Elijah Haahr – Representative, Missouri House of Representatives, District 134
Guilty or Not? Mock Academic Integrity Hearing
Wednesday, April 22 at 9:05am, PSU 313
Audience participates in a mock hearing and helps Dr. Becky Swearingen decide if an action is a violation of the Academic Integrity Policy and Procedures.
Dr. Becky Swearingen
Wednesday, April 22 at 11am, PSU 313
An exploration with Dr. Doug Witte and Kristina Henry on the ins and outs of how to collaborate in an effective manner without violating the Academic Integrity Policies and Procedures.
Dr. Doug Witte and Kristina Henry
Wednesday, April 22 at 1:25pm, PSU 313
Michael Frizell from the Writing Center presents and energized discussion on how to avoid plagiarism issues.
To Be or Not To Be?
Wednesday, April 22 at 4pm, PSU 313
Dr. Lanette Cadle and Dr. Becky Swearingen facilitate an interactive event where the audience is in control of what happens while deciding issues of academic integrity.
Dr. Lanette Cadle and Dr. Becky Swearingen
Friday, April 24 at 11am, North Mall
MSU Students for a Sustainable Future (SSF) will host its annual celebration for Earth Day – ECOPALOOZA – on Friday, April 24 from 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. in the North Mall (open area between the PSU and bookstore). The event will feature an all-day, SOLAR-POWERED concert with music provided by well-known area musicians and bands.
11:30 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.–Lost and Found
12:30 p.m. – 1:15 p.m.–Nate Frederick
1:30 p.m. – 2:15 p.m.–2 A.M.
2:30 p.m. – 3:15 p.m.–The League of Altered Egos
3:30 p.m. – 4:15 p.m.–Heavy Buffalo
4:30 p.m. – 5:15 p.m.–Live Oak Band
5:30 p.m. – 6:15 p.m.–Steve Ames
6:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.–Norman Jackson Band
Information tables, activities, hula hoops, frisbees, board games, and fun will await you. This event is open to the public, and we hope you will stop by to support the environment, sustainability, and our role on campus.
Kurt Elling (Jazz Showcase)
Tuesday, April 21 at 7:30pm, Juanita K. Hammons Hall
Renowned jazz vocalist Kurt Elling celebrates Frank Sinatra’s 100th birthday Elling Swings Sinatra. In a must-see concert, he breathes new life into the classic Sinatra repertoire! Student Rush tickets are available one hour prior to the performance for $10 with a valid student ID.
Missouri State Imrov
Monday, April 20 at 9pm, Carrington 208 (Carrington Auditorium)
Monday, April 27 at 9pm, Carrington 208 (Carrington Auditorium)
Join us in Carrington Auditorium at 9PM for a showcase of our most hilarious improv comedy teams! The show is always free and is considered appropriate for anyone 18+
One Day Without Shoes
Thursday, April 16 at 1-4pm, North Mall
Paint your SOLE for One Day Without Shoes!
Bring your TOMS and artistic mind to make your shoes your own!
Paint your TOMS, get a henna tattoo, and be a part of something that matters with other MOState students.
We encourage everyone to go without shoes for this one day to bring awareness to those who do not have the priveledge to wear shoes every day.
Music and raffles too!
Want to volunteer to paint henna? Contact: Rachel Morris at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday, April 26 at 4pm, Juanita K. Hammons Hall
The annual “President’s Concert” will be presented, featuring the MSU Symphony Orchestra in combination with the MSU Grand Chorus. This year’s powerful masterwork is the much admired Verdi Requiem! Soloists for the event will be soprano Carol Chapman, mezzo Paula Patterson, tenor Steven Tharp, and bass Richard Todd Payne
MSU Symphony Orchestra, Grand Chorus, and soloists
Public Affairs Conference
The Global Freshwater Challenge: New Solutions for a Thirsty World
Wednesday, April 15 at 12pm, PSU Theater
Around the world, signs of water trouble abound. Rivers are running dry, lakes are shrinking and groundwater is being depleted. Climate change is altering the global water cycle. The question arises: can we meet the food, energy and water needs of our growing population, while at the same time sustaining the ecosystems that support our economies and the web of life on the planet? Dr. Sandra Postel will explain that the answer is yes, but will require a transformation in how we use, manage, and value freshwater.
Sandra Postel directs the independent Global Water Policy Project and lectures, writes and consults on global water issues. In 2010, she was appointed Freshwater Fellow of the National Geographic Society, where she serves as the Society’s lead water expert. Postel is co-creator of Change the Course, the national freshwater conservation and restoration campaign that is being pioneered by National Geographic and its partners and piloted in the Colorado River Basin.
Postel is the author of several acclaimed books, including the award-winning “Last Oasis,” which appears in eight languages and was the basis for a PBS documentary. She has authored more than 100 articles for popular and scholarly publications, from “Science and Natural History” to “Foreign Policy” and “Ecological Applications.” The recipient of several honorary degrees, Postel has also been named a Pew Scholar in Conservation and the Environment and one of the “Scientific American 50” for her contributions to water policy.
Previously, Postel served as visiting senior lecturer at Mount Holyoke College and as director of the college’s Center for the Environment. She has appeared in dozens of television and radio shows nationally and internationally, as well as in some half dozen films, including the BBC’s “Planet Earth” and Leonardo DiCaprio’s “The 11th Hour.”
This presentation sponsored by the College of Natural and Applied Sciences, Department of Biology, Department of Geography, Geology and Planning, and the Ozarks Environmental and Water Resources Institute.
How to Make a Difference in the Lives of Sex Trafficking Victims
Wednesday, April 15 at 7:30pm, PSU Theater
It is estimated that more than 100,000 children are being sold into sex-trafficking in the United States alone. Toshia Shaw, a survivor of sex trafficking, decided being an onlooker was not good enough and became a dedicated person in making a difference in one child’s life. Join Shaw, executive director of Purple W.I.N.G.S., as she shares insight and awareness of how you can make a difference by lending your voice to raise awareness, sending a Tweet or taking it one step further…by mentoring. This event sponsored by the Department of Theater and Dance and the Department of Media Journalism and Film
Toshia Shaw is a behavioral health expert and author who has coached women through drug addiction, sexual assault, abuse and other traumatic experiences that shape the way they view themselves and the world around them. She is the founder and executive director of Purple W.I.N.G.S., a 501 c (3) multicultural nonprofit organization whose acronym stands for Women Inspiring Noble Girls Successfully. In addition to her work helping young women in the Las Vegas, Nevada area, she is also founder of T3SL LLC, a business-consulting firm that serves non-profits, small healthcare organizations and the criminal justice system.
Having overcome her own personal encounters as a triumphant survivor of domestic violence and sex-trafficking, Shaw is able to understand and empower others in a very unique and personal way. As a life coach and mentor, she often calls upon her own life experiences in an effort to relate to and connect with the girls and women she serves. In 2006, she faced the heartbreaking reality of girls in her community being trafficked in staggering numbers. This was a turning point, and she felt compelled to start speaking up about the issue of domestic minor sex trafficking in Las Vegas, Nevada. She had become tired of standing by and watching girls being ignored, treated as if they were invisible. She decided it was time to give these ladies a voice and a choice.
Today, Shaw is a noted speaker and media commentator participating in segments such as Surviving Sin City on PBS, TEDx Fremont East Women, NAACP Education Forum, African American Cultural Association’s I Remember the Dream Discussion Panel and the Women’s Federation for World Peace (WFWP), Unlocking the Power of Relationships.
Ethics and You: Choosing How to Live Your Life
Thursday, April 16 at 11am, PSU Theater
Actor, screenwriter and director Sean McEwen will offer insights about how one’s personal choices can help create a path toward a life of meaning and purpose. This session sponsored by Greenwood Laboratory School.
An award-winning director, writer and producer, Sean McEwen graduated from Missouri State University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre Arts. McEwen has earned various directing awards, including the AOI International “Best of Fest” award for his film “Happy’s Last Wish” which was the follow up to the DEM Films Production, “For the Love of the Film” – winner of the prestigious George Lucas Selects Award. His feature directorial debut, “Albino Farm” received both critical and audience acclaim – and has quickly become a cult favorite among horror enthusiasts.
McEwen produced the theatrically released feature films, “Another Happy Day,” “Bernie” (starring Jack Black, Matthew McConaughey, Shirley MacLaine), and the Tribeca selected and award winning film, “Graceland” (New York Times Critic Pick). McEwen is the co-founder of Encameo, a media technology company based in New York, Los Angeles and Silicon Valley with an eye to launch on network television and film in early 2015. He also consults on various film and media projects, synergizing his expertise regarding finance, production and distribution.
When not in Los Angeles, McEwen spends time in Sydney, Australia overseeing the global development arm of his film and television production company, Charlie Baby Productions, LLC
Education, Communication, and Family Well-Being: Unlocking the Power of Genetic Information
Thursday, April 16 at 12:30pm, PSU Theater
Dr. Sarah Elsea is a human geneticist working with families affected by developmental disabilities caused by a variety of genetic differences. Her work in understanding and defining the genetic basis of neurodevelopmental disorders has engaged students, trainees and families at many levels throughout the course of her career. Her presentation will offer insights into the world of genetics and its implications for American society. Sponsored by the College of Natural and Applied Sciences
Dr. Sarah H. Elsea is an associate professor of molecular and human genetics at Baylor College of Medicine and is the director of the Biochemical Genetics Laboratory at Baylor Medical Genetics Laboratories.
Elsea is a human geneticist working with families affected by developmental disabilities caused by a variety of genetic differences. Her work in understanding and defining the genetic basis of neurodevelopmental disorders has engaged students, trainees and families at many levels throughout the course of her career. As an educator and scientist, she also serves as a bridge for families in understanding the impact of a genetic diagnosis of complex neurodevelopmental disorders, including intellectual disability and autism.
Elsea received a bachelor’s in chemistry with a minor in biology from Missouri State University and a PhD in biochemistry from Vanderbilt University. She completed postdoctoral fellowships in molecular and biochemical genetics at the Baylor College of Medicine and is a board certified geneticist through the American Board of Medical Genetics and Genomics. She is a member of several professional societies and has authored more than 80 scientific and lay articles.
Shatterer of Worlds, Presented by Bread & Puppet Theater
Thursday, April 16 at 7:30pm, Hammons Center West Court
Friday, April 17 at 7:30pm, Hammons Center West Court
Saturday, April 18 at 7:30pm, Hammons Center West Court
The Shatterer of Worlds: Chapel with naturalization services for applicants requesting citizenship in the shattered world, is a walkabout political performance, enveloping audience and performers alike. The performance references the moment when the first atomic bomb was dropped and Robert Oppenheimer, the chief architect of that bomb, recalled words from the Bhagavad Gita, the Hindu prayer epic: Life, the splendor of 1000 suns blazing all at once, resembling the exulted soul, is become Death, the shatterer of worlds.
Note: The April 16 performance is open to MSU students, faculty and staff only. Two additional performances on April 17 and 18 are open to the public.
Now in its 50th year, Bread and Puppet Theater, founded by Peter Schumann, stands as one of the nation’s oldest not-for-profit theatre companies. With its social themes and oversized “puppetry,” it is also one of the most recognizable troupes in the world. Garnering world-wide media attention during the Vietnam War, the company has become a mainstay in contemporary culture, featured in popular films such as “Across the Universe,” and serving as an inspiration for global theatre works such as “The Lion King.” Bread and Puppet’s utilization of large scale pageantry, live music and stunning visual art has contributed greatly to its global success and recognition.
Ferguson and Beyond: Race Relations in Modern America
Friday, April 17 at 12pm, PSU Theater
A recent article in The Telegraph (U.K.) was titled, “A Black President Couldn’t Stop the Ferguson Race Riots.” The article isolates a disconcerting dichotomy in American race relations, noting that beyond a gloss of progress lays a foundation still mired in intolerance, inequality and violence. The tragic events in Ferguson sparked important discussions regarding race. Yet, since the shooting of Michael Brown, troubling examples of racial tension have arisen in our communities and on college campuses. What is the current state of race relations in America? How may citizens build a more ethical, tolerant and stable foundation for American youth? Overflow for this event will be in the PSU Ballroom West.
President Clif Smart will moderate this session with presentations by actor Iké Amadi; Matt Marinec, confidential assistant to the director, US Office of Ethics; Yu-Hsien Sharon Wu, co-founder of US-China Education and Culture Center; and Angela Hollway-Payne, principal of Dexter Elementary School in Memphis, Tennessee.
Find out more about SAC films, concerts, and comedy by looking at our SAC Events Blog.
Film: Mockingjay Pt. 1
Wednesday, April 15 at 9pm, PSU Theatre
Sunday, April 19 at 9pm, PSU Theatre
Come out and enjoy a free film in the PSU Theater brought to you by the Student Activities Council.
Katniss Everdeen is in District 13 after she shatters the games forever. Under the leadership of President Coin and the advice of her trusted friends, Katniss spreads her wings as she fights to save Peeta and a nation moved by her courage.
After Hours: MO State Fair
Thursday, April 16 at 9pm, PSU Ballroom
SAC is bringing all of your State Fair Favorites to campus! Ring tosses, ball games, inflatables.. and much more!
Rock n’ Bowl
Friday, April 17 at 7:30pm, PSU Level 1 Game Center
Friday, April 24 at7:30pm, PSU Level 1 Game Center
Free bowling, ping-pong, and pool for students on Friday Nights in Level One Game Center.
He Said, She Said
Wednesday, April 22 at 7pm, PSU Theater
“He Said, She Said” Event put on by Campus Outreach Services that has a couple of actors and actresses who act out different scenarios and pose questions to the audience members to encourage a discussion. This will supplement the movie that will be shown directly afterwards, 7:00 pm, PSU Theater, Sponsored by Student Activities Council and FSLSA.
Film: It Happened Here
Wednesday, April 22 at 9pm, PSU Theatre
Come out and enjoy a free film brought to you by Student Activities Council.
Through the intimate portraits of five student survivors, IT HAPPENED HERE exposes the alarming pervasiveness of sexual assault on college campuses, the institutional cover-ups and the failure to protect students, and follows their fight for accountability and change on campus and in federal court.
Film: Horrible Bosses 2
Sunday, April 26 at 9pm, PSU Theatre
Come out and enjoy a free film brought to you by Student Activities Council.
Dale, Kurt and Nick decide to start their own business but things don’t go as planned because of a slick investor, prompting the trio to pull off a harebrained and misguided kidnapping scheme
Sexual Assault Awareness Month
The Hunting Ground
Tuesday, April 21 at 7pm, PSU Theater
From the Academy Award-nominated filmmaking team behind THE INVISIBLE WAR, comes a startling exposé of sexual assault on U.S. campuses, institutional cover-ups and the brutal social toll on victims and their families. After the documentary, a panel discussion will take place.
Step Up! Bystander Intervention Program
Thursday, April 23 at 2pm, Taylor Health and Wellness Center Conference Room
Step UP! Bystander Intervention Program, Taylor Health and Wellness Center Conference Room 2-3pm. Sponsored by Taylor Health and Wellness Center.
Monday, April 27 at 6:30pm, Foster Recreation Center
Tuesday, April 28 at 6:30pm, Foster Recreation Center
SHARP: Self Defense and Rape Prevention Training. This is a free training. Please register online through the Campus Recreation webpage.
Saturday, April 18, at 6pm, PSU Ballroom
The Indian Students Association (ISA) at Missouri State University is hosting its sixth annual ‘Tarang’ event, which is the biggest Indian event held in Springfield, Missouri to be held on April 18th 2015. The focus of this event is to raise awareness about Indian culture, traditions and practices in the form of food and entertainment.
The evening will begin with a banquet of authentic food prepared by students of Missouri State University. It will feature both vegetarian and non-vegetarian dishes from India. The menu this year includes Onion Pakoda, Papad and Cilantro chutney Vegetarian Pulao Rice, Eggplant Curry, Dhal Makhani, Kadai Chicken, Chicken Drumsticks, Cardamom Brownies, Pistachio Kulfi, Chai and Mango juice.
The banquet will be followed by traditional cultural entertainment. The show will include dance routines, musical offerings, skits and other types of performances that highlight the uniquely diverse culture of India.
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Tuesday, June 9
Calling all Bears: We want you to join Bear Crew! Help welcome new students and help them move into their residence hall rooms this Fall. Move-In Days will be August 13-15, 2015.
Volunteers will interact with students from all over the world to improve their English!
The Benefits of participating in Bear Crew
- All volunteers receive a T-shirt for working two shifts.
- Volunteers without a meal plan will be given a meal voucher for use in one of the dining centers after they complete their shift(s).
- Volunteers will be allowed to distribute organization information on standard-sized business cards while they are helping students move in.
- Volunteer hours will be tracked and submitted to OSE and Fraternity & Sorority Life for verification.
- Students who live in the residence halls will be able to move in a day early.
All Bear Crew student volunteers will need to sign up for at least 2 shifts by June 9 and attend a Bear Crew Orientation
Community Wide Play Day
Saturday, April 18, Fassnight Park
Community Partnership along with more than 30 community agencies devoted to children and families host Community Wide Play Day each April. The goal of Community Wide Play Day is to provide a positive, interactive, voluntary, FREE opportunity for children and families to interact and learn through play. Each year, the event draws more than 2,000 children and their families.
Saturday, April 18: morning and afternoon shifts are available. This is a great opportunity for groups!
Volunteers will help with event set-up and tear-down (moving tables, tent, etc). Volunteers will also greet and register visitors, collect event surveys, distribute books to children, play and interact with children and families, and distribute resource information to families.
Food Assistance for Students
Mondays at 3pm-6pm while MSU is in session
Tuesdays at 3pm-6pm while MSU is in session
The Food Pantry for Missouri State University Students is for any student facing food insecurity. This may be students going hungry, not able to make ends meet, facing a delay in Financial Aid or other assistance, or any other reason.
If you are interested in volunteering at the Well of Life, please click here to sign up!
Well of Life – MSU Student Food Pantry
418 S Kimbrough
Springfield, MO 65804
(Just across from the Qdoba near Bear Park North)
Sunday, April 19
Friday, April 24 – Saturday April 26
Saturday, June 6
Great Circle is an agency that provides a unique spectrum of behavioral health services to children and families. With specialized programs and highly-trained professionals, they provide hope to those in difficult circumstances throughout Missouri and beyond.
Currently, Great Circle is seeking volunteers for the following events:
- Go Girl Run
- When: Sunday, April 19th, 2015
- Rock ‘n Ribs
- When: Friday, April 24th – Sunday, April 26th, 2015
- Ken Coleman Memorial Run
- When: Saturday, June 6th, 2015
Anyone interested in volunteering at these events or seeking additional information should contact Robyn Scefonas by email at email@example.com or by phone at 417-865-1646 ext. 7675.
Public Affairs Conference 2015
Tuesday, April 14 – Friday, April 17
The annual Public Affairs Conference is right around the corner – April 14-17.
- Review the volunteer options listed in the link and choose the spot(s) you like.
- It’s easy! You will NOT need to register an account or keep a password on VolunteerSpot.
Contact: Public Affairs Support
For a review of events that have already happened, please visit our Athletics Blog Page.
- Friday, April 17, Baseball vs. UT Martin, 6:35pm, Hammons Field
- Saturday, April 18, W Soccer vs. Missouri Southern, 11am, Betty and Bobby Allison South Stadium
- Saturday, April 18, Baseball vs. UT Martin, 2:05pm, Hammons Field
- Saturday, April 18, M Soccer vs. Missouri Valley College, 2:15pm, Betty and Bobby Allison South Stadium
- Saturday, April 18, W Soccer vs. Missouri S & T, 4:30pm, Betty and Bobby Allison South Stadium
- Sunday, April 19, Baseball vs. UT Martin, 4:05pm, Hammons Field
- Wednesday, April 22, Softball vs. Wichita State, 5pm, Killian Sports Complex
- Thursday, April 23, Softball vs. Wichita State, 5pm, Killian Sports Complex
- Thursday, April 23, Volleyball vs. Arkansas, Hammons Student Center
- Saturday, April 25, Softball vs. Northern Iowa, 12pm, Killian Sports Complex
- Saturday, April 25, M Soccer vs. Northeastern Oklahoma, 1pm, Betty and Bobby Allison South Stadium
- Saturday, April 25, Softball vs. Northern Iowa, 2pm, Killian Sports Complex
- Saturday, April 25, M Soccer vs. Missouri S & T, 4pm, Betty and Bobby Allison South Stadium
- Sunday, April 26, Softball vs. Northern Iowa, 12pm, Killian Sports Complex
- Sunday, April 26, W Soccer vs. Central Missouri, 2pm, Betty and Bobby Allison South Stadium
- Come to the Free BearFit Classes!! This is happening from 3-4PM every Friday until May 1st. Classes are free to FRC members only.
- Yoga by Candlelight is a great way to relax before finals! Join us on May 7th from 7-8PM in the FRC Studio A for $2!! Limited spaces are available so sign up today!
- Get your training and certification as a Lifeguard with the American Red Cross. Lifeguard Course is $175 or $125 if the lifeguard is currently certified by Red Cross.
Session 3: April 23 – 26
April 23 :: 8PM–10PM // April 24 :: 4PM–10PM
April 25 :: 9AM–9PM // April 26 :: 9AM–6PM
*register by 4/20
- Last day to sign up on IMLeagues.com for the Golf Tournament!! One team of 4 individuals cost $150.
- Water Volleyball Wednesdays happening from 6:30 – 8PM on April 15th and 29th!
- Be the champion of dodgeball and a champion of hope with the Tournament of Champions happening April 18th and 19th from 1 – 6:00 PM. This is a charity event which raises money for Children’s Miracle Network! Teams of 6 are $30 and you must register by today, April 15th.
- Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is a form of yoga that promotes better physical, mental, spiritual, and emotional wellbeing. Don’t miss your chance to since up! Classes will happen every Monday starting on April 13th to May 11th from 5:15pm-6:15pm in Studio A.
- SHARP Sessions will be held in the FRC again this semester! Three sessions will be sponsored by the Missouri State University Department of Safety and Transportation as well as by Campus Recreation Wellness. The classes are free so register for one of the following sessions! All sessions are from 6:30-9p.m.
Session 3: April 27 & 28
- American Red Cross CPR and First Aid Certification. Register online or in person at the FRC. Registration deadline is 2 days before each class. Limited seats are available. CPR/AED and First Aid are held in the Aquatics Classroom. CPR is $55 and First Aid is $40.
CPR/AED Session: April 16, 5PM-8:30PM
First Aid Session: April 16, 8:30PM-10PM
This certification does not fulfill the requirement for MSU nursing students.
- Remember that the Foster Recreation Center offers the awesome services of Massage Therapy and Personal Training. More information can be found on our website at www.missouristate.edu/recreation