Public Affairs Week
Public Affairs Week (PAW) is an annual, week-long series of events and presentations developed by and for students as the kick-off for the 2015-2016 Public Affairs theme, Building Healthy Communities: Body, Mind, Spirit.
For information and events visit online at publicaffairs.missouristate.edu/paw.
Last Day for 25% Credit/Refund Fall
The last day to change sections, drop, or withdraw from Fall 2015 First Block classes, with 25% refund, is today.
Drops and withdrawals can be processed online at My Missouri State. 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.
Course adds and section changes can only be processed with academic department approval.
Additional refund deadlines can be found here: http://www.missouristate.edu/registrar/refunds.htm
Hispanic Heritage Month
Each year, American observe National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15-October 15, by celebrating the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America. The observation started in 1968 as Hispanic Heritage Week under President Lyndon Johnson and was expanded by President Ronald Reagan in 1988 to cover a 30-day period starting on September 15 and ending on October 15. It was enacted into law on August 17, 1988 on the approval of Public Law 100-402. The day of September 15 is significant because it is the anniversary of independence for Latin American countries Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua. In addition, Mexico and Chile celebrate their independence days on September 16 and September 18, respectively. Also Columbus Day or Dia de la Raza, which is October 12, falls withing this 30 day period.
Help Conserve Energy During Aug/Sept
August & September
The campus annual electrical demand rates will likely be set for the entire year sometime soon. The combination of students back for the fall semester and the extreme high temperatures will cause the electrical consumption to peak and therefore determine what electrical capacity City Utilities must plan for our campus throughout the entire year. This establishes the minimum we must pay through the next 10 months for the demand portion of the electric bills, regardless of the actual electricity we consume. Please join the campus community to step up and make a difference during the months of August and September by following these energy conserving measures to help set a low demand rate!
Help the Campus to be more sustainable!
More information at http://www.missouristate.edu/facilities/#conserve and http://www.missouristate.edu/facilities/EnergyMgmnt.htm#videos
Citizen Scholar Award Nomination
The Board of Governors is once again soliciting nominations for the annual Citizen Scholars Award. Since the award was created in 2007, forty-seven exceptional students have been chosen to receive this prestigious honor, and the Missouri State University Board of Governors is expecting to recognize six more outstanding students this fall.
Faculty or Staff can nominate student who excels academically and exemplifies the Public Affairs mission. The deadline for nominations to be received is 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 17, 2015. More information can be found on the Citizen Scholars webpagehttp://studentaffairs.missouristate.edu/citizenscholaraward.htm
Recipients of the Citizen Scholar Award are recognized at various times throughout the academic year, including at athletic events, on the House and Senate floors at the Capitol in Jefferson City, at Board of Governors’ functions, and at award banquets. Recipients will also be recognized on a plaque in the Parliamentary Room in the Plaster Student Union.
Application for Graduate Student Speakers
Due September 25
Want to speak at your graduation? Apply to become a student speaker for fall commencement and leave your legacy at Missouri state university.
Public Affairs Week: New Voter Registration
September 14 at 10:00AM-2:00PM, Library and PSU
To help emphasize the community engagement tenant of the public affairs mission, voter registration will be available at various times and locations on campus during Public Affairs Week. All qualifying students, staff and faculty are encouraged to get registered to vote!
Booths located south court of the PSU and inside the lobby of the Meyer Library.
Public Affairs Week: Civic Engagement Conference
September 17 at 9:00AM-3:30PM, PSU Ballroom
Join us for an informative and thought provoking look at the issues related to opportunity and democracy here in Springfield and in the United States. Topics that will be discussed include economic opportunity and social mobility; increasing diversity and its impact on communities; the state of political and civic participation; and the ways our community has come together to address public health needs. In an age where the influence of money on politics has grown exponentially and economic inequality is at record-high levels, this conference will explore democracy and self-governance.
Although there is no charge to attend any part of this Conference, including the luncheon, please register on the PAW website (http://publicaffairs.missouristate.edu/paw/conference.htm). This applies to students, faculty, staff and community members.
Dr. Jose Calderon is a Professor in Sociology and Chicano Studies at Pitzer College. He received his B. A. from the University of Colorado in Communications and his MA and PhD in Sociology from the University of California Los Angeles. As the son of immigrant farm workers from Mexico, he has had a long history of connecting his academic work with community organizing, student-based service learning, participatory action research, critical pedagogy, and multi-ethnic coalition building.
George Mehaffy is Vice President for Academic Leadership and Change at the American Association of State Colleges and Universities. His work focuses on civic engagement in higher education and leads such initiatives as the American Democracy Project.
Public Affairs Week: Carillon Bells Patriotic Recital
September 17 at 12:00PM, Meyer Library Lawn
In honor of Constitution Day, join the campus community at 12:00 noon to hear a medley of time honored patriotic songs as performed by Dr. Jeremy Chesman – can you identify our national songs?
Jeremy Chesman, AAGO, ChM, University Carillonist and Assistant Professor of Music, is a graduate of the University of Michigan, where he was the first person to earn a Master of Music degree in Carillon Performance. His performances have been broadcast in the United States, the Netherlands, and Japan, and he has performed live throughout the United States, as well as in the Netherlands, France, Belgium, and Portugal, where he played a recital of American music at the National Palace in Mafra on the European Union’s day of mourning for the events of September 11.
A specialist in American music, Mr. Chesman has premiered works by Steven Sodders and Augustus O. Hill. He has also lectured on American carillon music in Belgium and at congresses of the Guild of Carilloneurs in North America. He is currently working on a book about the carillon in universities in America.
Public Affairs Week: Bridging the Diversity Gap
September 15 at 9:30AM, PSU Theater
The sweeping forces of globalization present new challenges for higher education. There are a number of external pressures of globalization which demand transformation of university cultures to be more diverse and inclusive. Specifically, globalization has fostered an increasing emphasis on talent, creativity and innovation, regardless of the historic barriers of race and gender. The dramatic increases in diversity among student, faculty and staff populations coupled with the increasing demographic dominance of minority populations both at home and abroad represent a clear mandate for change. No institution of higher education can afford to waste human talent and the cultural and social richness that multicultural and other underrepresented groups bring to their campuses.
This interactive session will discuss the importance of diversity’s role in, ethical leadership, curriculum design, enhancing cultural competence, improving student success, increasing collaboration and respect across all groups, and building a rich campus environment using a “Reciprocal Empowerment” approach which empowers all to reach their full potential.
Dr. Edward E. Hubbard is President and CEO of Hubbard & Hubbard, Inc., Petaluma, CA, an international organization and human performance-consulting corporation that specializes in techniques for applied business performance improvement, Diversity Return on Investment (DROI®) measurement and analytics, instructional design and strategic organizational development. He is the author of more than 40 books.
Public Affairs Week: Building Healthy Communities Through Advocacy
September 15 at 2:00PM-4:00PM, Library Room 101
During this hands-on training, attendees will learn appropriate and effective strategies to influence change through advocacy to their local and state officials using letter writing, personal contact, social media and mediums. Sean Soendker Nicholson of Progress Missouri will be presenting the section on social media. Please bring your preferred digital device to practice on during the presentation. Students from the MSU Social Work Club will be presenting on the other topics. Due to the nature of this hands-on training event, please plan to attend the full two hours.
Sponsored by the Social Work Club
Student members of the MSU Social Work Club
Public Affairs Week: Hunger Banquet
September 15 at 5:00PM-6:30PM, PSU Ballroom
This popular and long standing MSU event is revised for 2015! Each individual participant will be part of an experience that will give them both local and global perspectives of the deep injustices of our world’s food system and how everyone has a part to play in the fight against poverty and hunger. Attendees will deepen their perspectives and acquire actionable ideas on how they can be a part of the solution in building healthy communities!
Sponsored by MSU’s Community Involvement & Service and the Office of Public Affairs Support
Public Affairs Week: MSU Talks
September 16 at 4:00PM-6:00PM, PSU 313
MSUTalks will explore this year’s public affair theme by proposing an answer to the question, “What defines a healthy community?” Arguments will be made that support biological and human health as the main determination of health; other arguments will be made in support of the claim that spiritual health is most important to community building; other arguments will be brought forth that the mind is always superior and the most important key to building healthy communities. Audience members will be allowed to make their own suggestions and interpretations of the positions and arguments that they hear. Everyone is welcome to join in to listen and/or to engage in this event where MSU talks!
Sponsored by MSU’s Holt V. Spicer Debate Team and the 2015-16 Public Affairs Provost Fellow.
MSU Holt V. Spicer Debate Team
Public Affairs Week: Civic Engagement Conference
September 16 at 12:00PM-1:00PM, PSU Theater
Witness as those in the Western District of Missouri take their Oath of Allegiance and thereby complete the process of becoming a U.S. citizen. There will be a variety of speakers and MSU’s Hybernotes will be taking the stage with America the Beautiful! Seating will be limited in the theater on a first come first serve basis to about 200-300 students and/or campus members. Overflow seating will be available in the PSU Ballroom to view the ceremony via closed circuit.
Sponsored by the Office of Citizenship & Service Learning and the American Democracy Project
College of Business Prepare for the Fair Workshop
September 17 at 4:00PM, Glass 108
All College of Business students wishing to attend the Accounting Career Fair on September 9 or the Business Career Fair on September 22 must attend this workshop. Fair details and guidelines will be covered.
Study Away 101
September 15 at 5:00PM, Plaster Student Union Room 309
Interested in studying abroad but you’re just not sure where to begin? Come to a Study Away 101 session to get preliminary information about studying abroad, various Study Away options, and the application process. These sessions are fun and informal, so just drop by and ask your questions. We hope to see you there!
Missouri State University Family Days at Dickerson Park Zoo
September 11-13 at 9:00AM-5:00PM, Dickerson Park Zoo, 1401 W. Norton Rd., Springfield MO
Go wild at Dickerson Park Zoo! Missouri State alumni, students, families and community supporters will receive half-price admission by wearing BearWear Sept. 11-13!
Be sure to visit the Missouri State University Bear Country exhibit to see the zoo’s two black bears. This sponsored partnership between Dickerson Park Zoo and Missouri State promotes our mascot, Boomer, and bear conservation.
• Adults and teenagers: $11, discounted to $5.50
• Children ages 3-12: $8, discounted to $4
• Children ages 2 and younger: Free
Ozark Celebration Festival Lecture Series Presents Abby Burnett
September 14 at 7:00PM, PSU 313
Abby Burnett will present her lecture: Gone to the Grave: Burial Customs of the Arkansas Ozarks, 1850-1950, tonight at 7 p.m. in Plaster Student Union, Room 313.
Burnett is an independent researcher and writer in northwestern Arkansas who specializes in cemeteries and burial customs. An active member of the Association for Gravestone Studies and a regular contributor to its quarterly bulletin, she was featured in Silent Storytellers, a documentary produced by and aired on the Arkansas Educational Television Network in 2010.
In addition to her work on cemeteries, Burnett has published several articles on local and regional history and co-wrote the book When the Presbyterians Came to Kingston in 2000, a new edition of which is being released later this year. Her lecture will be based on her 2014 book, Gone to the Grave: Burial Customs of the Arkansas Ozarks, 1850-1950.
September 15 at 11:00 AM, Glass Hall 103
Come have your resume critiqued by a Career Center professional/employer to prepare for internship and job searches, career fairs, graduate school, scholarships, etc.
No appointment necessary…just bring a rough-draft of your résumé to a Résumé Madness table to get a quick review.
For follow-up or more in-depth review, you can visit the Career Center (Carrington 309) during our walk-in hours or schedule an appointment (417-836-5636).
Walk-in Hours (Fall 2015 Semester when classes are in session): Monday – Friday; 12:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Hispanic Heritage Month Flag Parade
September 15 at 12:30 PM, University Hall
The official opening of Hispanic Heritage Month with students walking around campus carrying and displaying the Latin-American flags. There are a total of 20 Latin-American flags.
Relay for Life Info Meeting
September 15 at 8:00 PM, PSU 313
This year is our 15th year as the largest fundraising organization on campus! Relay for Life pairs with The American Cancer Society to provide funding for cancer research. Please join us at this meeting to gain information on how to get involved and make a difference. Hope to see lots of smiling people there!
American Chemical Society Bake Sale
September 16 at 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM, Temple Hall
ACS will be having a bake sale to raise money to go to the national meetings, which will be held in San Diego. Stop by and check out the delicious goodies! We will have a table set up directly outside the doors in front of Temple 002, weather permitting.
September 16, PSU Food Court
Special presentation of “Grupoo Cantera” from University of Guadalajara and “Mariachi Herencia Mexicana”
Ozarks Celebration Festival Series Presents Nancy Allen
September 17 at 7:00 PM, PSU Room 313
Nancy Allen will present her lecture: From Prosecutor to Author: How a Background in Criminal Law Inspired an Ozarks Mystery Series, tonight at 7 p.m. in Plaster Student Union 313.
Allen will discuss her professional background in criminal law and how it inspired her to write The Code of the Hills and A Killing at the Creek. She will also share a reading from one of her novels, and describe the path to publication.
Allen, a native of the Missouri Ozarks, received her Bachelor’s Degree in English from Missouri State; she entered law school and received her Juris Doctor from Missouri University School of Law.
As a practicing attorney for fifteen years, Allen served as Assistant Missouri Attorney General and as Assistant Prosecutor in Greene County. When she began her term as prosecutor in Greene County, she was the second woman in all of Southwest Missouri to serve in that capacity. In her years in prosecution she tried over thirty jury trials, including murder, rape, and incest. During that time she served on the Rape Crisis Board and the Child Protection Team of the Child Advocacy Council. She currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Victim Center.
Allen currently teaches Business Law in the College of Business at Missouri State University.
#BreaktheStigma 5k Recovery Run Presented by SoBEAR: Bears in Recovery
September 19 at 9:00 AM, North Mall
9:00 AM – 11:00 AM, September 19, 2015
Come out to the inaugural #BreaktheStigma 5K Recovery Run on September 19, 2015 @ 9 a.m. Help us raise awareness and #BreaktheStigma that surrounds Addiction and Recovery. All proceeds go to support students in recovery at Missouri State University.
Registration Fee: $20 for Students of any age with ID, $25 for Non-Students
$30 Last Minute Registration (8:30-9:00 a.m. Sept 19)
Price includes T-Shirt, Finisher Medal, and some Recovery!
Register at www.runsignup.com
Mirosla Urbanik – Graphic Novel Art
September 1-30 at 11:00, Meyer Library Room 107
Meyer Library is pleased to present the work of Miroslaw Urbaniak, graphic novel artist, during the month of September.
Enlarged prints of the works will be displayed in room 107 of Meyer Library.
Mr. Urbaniak did children book illustrations and multimedia designs, web pages and corporate identity as well as editorial illustration and poster designs and game UI designs. Out of these multiple fields and occupations, his favorite is storytelling. He does storyboards, graphic novels and comics.
Department of Art and Design Biennial Exhibition
September 1-18, Student Exhibition Center
The Department of Art+Design’s biennial exhibition of student work by Animation, Digital Arts, Electronic Arts, and Art+Design students.
August 28 – September 19, 2015
First Friday Art Walk, Sept 4, 6-10 p.m.
SEC Gallery Hours:
Monday – Friday: 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
Saturday: Noon-5 p.m.
Closed Sundays and University holidays
Find out more about SAC films, concerts, and comedy by looking at our SAC Events Blog.
SAC Films: Jurassic World
September 13 at 9 pm, Plaster Student Union Theater
SAC will present the blockbuster film Jurassic World in the Plaster Student Union Theater. This event is totally free to students and free popcorn will be served before the movie.
SAC After Hours: Summer Fun Swim Party
September 10 at 9 pm, Foster Recreation Center
A beach themed swimming party with music and great food. There will be telescopes to look at the beautiful night sky and a camp experience with hay barrels, fire pits, and smores.
SAC and Public Affairs Week: PostSecret Frank Warren
September 14 at 7 pm, Plaster Student Union Theater
Mr. Frank Warren presents PostSecret Live. Founder of PostSecret.com, a collection of highly personal secrets on artfully decorated postcards mailed anonymously from around the world, Frank Warren will discuss why the blog has become so important, and why he has made suicide awareness part of his life’s work. A popular speaker with college audiences, students will get to see postcards that were banned from his books and have the opportunity to share their own secrets live during the interactive program.
Founder of PostSecrets.com, Frank Warren is an author and blogger.
SAC Film: Fed Up
September 16 at 9 pm, Plaster Student Union Theater
Check out this powerful documentary that hits at the very core of this year’s public affairs theme, Building Healthy Communities: Mind, Body and Spirit! Everything we’ve been told about food and exercise for the past 30 years is dead wrong. FED UP is the film the food industry doesn’t want you to see. From Katie Couric, Laurie David (Oscar winning producer of AN INCONVENIENT TRUTH) and director Stephanie Soechtig, FED UP will change the way you eat forever.
SAC Film: Caesar Chavez
September 20 at 9 pm, Plaster Student Union Theater
SAC will present the classic film Caesar Chavez for Hispanic Heritage Month in the Plaster Student Union Theater. This event is totally free to students and free popcorn will be served before the movie.
SAC After Hours and Public Affairs: SAC Gives Back
September 17 at 9 pm, Plaster Student Union Food Court
Students will come together to help prepare care packages for people in need. This event will feature different stations to construct various items, like letters to military, children in hospitals, and packages for people in need.
SAC Campus Events: Rock ‘n Bowl
September 18, 7 pm – 11 pm, PSU Level 1 Game Center
Free bowling and games are available every Friday from 7-10PM courtesy of Student Activities Council.
For more opportunities, subscribe to the Community Opportunities Newsletter.
Missouri State Call Center is Hiring
Have fun while making an impact at Missouri State University! The Phone Campaign offers a flexible schedule, up to $8.40/hour, up to $400/semester in Tuition Assistance, and great resume skills. Apply online: http://missouristate.thecallingcenter.com
October 22-24 and 29-31, 2015
The Drew Lewis Foundation at the Fairbanks, in partnership with the Boys and Girls Clubs of Springfield and Missouri State University, wants to freak you out with the 2nd Annual Freaky Fairbanks Haunted House!
Come and volunteer at the historic Fairbanks Elementary School over the course of two weekends: October 22-24 and 29-31, 2015. The hour from 7 to 8 pm will be kid-friendly for ages 12 and under. The 13 and up version will take place from 8-10 pm. To sign up, follow this link.
The Victim Center in Springfield, Missouri, is now accepting applications from community volunteers to assist victims of violent crime and their families.
Victim advocates are on call approximately two or three times a month, at nights or on weekends and holidays to respond to 864-SAFE hotline phone calls from crime victims or calls from local health-care and law enforcement agencies. Although most calls require only require a telephone response, advocates are also summoned to local hospitals, law enforcement agencies, and crime scenes to assist crime victims.
The next training is the first weekend of October. Interviews are underway now. Interviews and background checks on all applicants will be completed prior to acceptance. All applicants must be at least twenty-one years old and must have use of a car and a telephone.
Contact: Paula Tindell, Victim Advocate/Volunteer Coordinator
Phone: (417)863-0827, #106 or (417)863-7273, Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Location: 819 Boonville, Springfield, Missouri 65802
A German themed two day event at the Ozarks Empire Fairgrounds (3001 N. Grant St. Springfield) featuring German food and beverages, a 5K run, contests, bike ride, kids rides, music and much, much more. The Oktoberfest supports Sertoma’s children’s charities.
To sign up to volunteer click here.
Into the Streets
Into the Streets at Missouri State is the first large-scale service event of the semester! This annual program features community service opportunities for hundreds of students. Get out into our community and serve alongside local agencies!
Through this program, Missouri State students will be actively involved in one of our Public Affairs Pillars, Community Engagement. What is a better way to spend a Saturday than serving with friends, making new friends, volunteering, and making a difference in the lives of others?
Into the Streets is looking for Site Leaders who would lead a group of 5-20 students and would be available to attend a short training session prior to the event.
This day of service also needs students to sign up to volunteer. Students will meet in the PSU at 8 a.m. and then depart to different areas of the community to make a difference. The day should be done by 1 p.m.
Click here to sign up!
Bear Service Team
Bear Service Team is a student organization dedicated to planning service opportunities for the MSU community. This is a great way to connect with other students, maintain relationships with community agencies, and have fun service our community!
Click here for more information: https://goo.gl/aohIKy #citizenbear #SGFLove #LoveSGF
For a review of events that have already happened, please visit our Athletics Blog Page.
- Thursday, September 10 at 8:00 Rally in the Valley, Plaster Stadium
- Friday, September 11 at 7:00 Men’s Soccer vs. Saint Mary’s, Allison South Fields
- Saturday, September 12 at 2:00 Football vs. Chadron State, Plaster Stadium
- Saturday, September 19 at 11:00 AM Softball vs. Crowder College, Killian Sports Complex
- Sunday, September 20 at 1:00 Softball vs. Avila, Killian Sports Complex
- Sunday, September 20 at 1:00 Women’s Soccer vs. Western Illinois, Allison South Fields
- Sunday, September 20 at 5:00 Softball vs. Labette CC, Killian Sports Complex
- Fall Foster Recreation Hours
|Foster Recreation Center Hours||Fall Aquatics Hours||Fall Climbing Hours|
|Mon-Thurs, 6AM-11PM||Mon-Thurs, 7AM-9AM//11AM-10PM||Mon-Thurs, 4-10PM|
|Fri, 6AM-9PM||Fri, 7AM-9AM//11AM-8PM||Friday, 4-8PM|
|Sat, 9AM-9PM||Sat, 9AM-8PM||Sat, 1-5PM|
|Sun, Noon-11PM||Sun, Noon-10PM||Sun, CLOSED|
Coming Soon In The Rec:
- Did you miss our last James River Kayak trip?Join us on September 12th to experience on of Springfield’s most scenic river! Outdoor Adventures will provide all the equipment and transportation, all you need is a lunch and snacks! This trip will cost $20 and leaves at 10am on Saturday. Sign up today!!
- Family Weekend coming soon! Come by and celebrate family weekend at the Foster Recreation Center from September 11-13.
Open House is happening every day. Come with your family and enjoy everything the Foster Recreation has to offer!
September 11th: 4:00pm-9:00pm
September 12th: 9:00am-9:00pm
September 13th: 12:00pm-4:00pm
o Don’t forget to sign up for our Family Weekend Golf Scramble! Sign up today at IMLeagues.com. Cost is $30 per person or $57 for teams of 2. Tee time starts at 8:30am on September 12th.
o Family Weekend Boulder Climb! This is a free event happening in front of the FRC on September 12th from 11:00am-1:00pm. Come showcase your climbing skills or come get tips and tricks on climbing.
o Get ready for fun in the pool at the FRC Aquatics Center. Finding Nemo will be playing in the pool on September 12that 8:30pm. Come enjoy the this Dive-in movie with your family!
- S.H.A.R.P, Sexual Harassment & Rape Prevention is a free course offered to both males and females. This class is meant to prepare you with the mental and physical skills you will need to help protect yourself when put into unexpected situations. Sign up for a session today at http://www.missouristate.edu/recreation/Wellness/SHARP.htm *all sessions are from 6:30-9pm
- Swimming Lessons happening now at the FRC! Join us for private or group lessons for beginners or intermediate swimmers.
Fall Session 1
Tuesday/Thursday classes from 9/15-10/1
Register by 9/11/2015
Beginner Class from 7:30pm-8:15pm
Intermediate Class from 8:30pm-9:15pm
Fall Session 2
Tuesday/ Thursday classes from 10/13-10/29
Register by 10/8/2015
Beginner Class from 7:30pm-8:15pm
Intermediate Class from 8:30pm-9:15pm
- 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.
Session 1 on September 15th
CPR/AED Session 1: 4-7:30pm
First Aid Session 1: 7:30-9:30pm
Session 2 on October 10th
CPR/AED Session 2: 9am-12:30pm
First Aid Session 2: 7:30-9:30pm
Session 3 on November 18th
CPR/AED Session 3: 4-7:30pm
First Aid Session 3: 7:30-9:30pm
Session 4 on December 15th
CPR/AED Session 4: 9am-12:30pm
First Aid Session4: 7:30-9:30pm
- Does school have you stressed already? Take 30 minutes or 1 hour and stop by the recreation for Massage Therapy and Check out our prices on our website and set up an appointment today.
Interested in Intramural Sports? Check out the schedule of what will be offered this fall on our website:www.missouristate.edu/recreation
Experience our Personal Training today and get results you have always wanted! Your first assessment is free
- Don’t forget to join us 8pm-10pm every Wednesday for Moonlight Swim
Does school have you stressed already? Take 30 minutes or 1 hour and stop by the recreation for Massage Therapy! Check out our prices on website and set up an appointment today. http://www.missouristate.edu/recreation/Wellness/Massages.htm
Experience our Personal Training today and get the results you have always wanted! Your first assessment is free! Need more information? Visit us online http://www.missouristate.edu/recreation/Wellness/AssessmentsAndTraining.htm