Waterfield Library Final Examination Week – Extended Hours

Waterfield Library will operate on extended hours during the week of final examinations to accommodate students and their academic needs. The hours of operation are set for: Sunday, December 8 – 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight (extended for student usage) Monday, December 9 – 6:00 a.m. to 3:00 a.m. (extended for student usage) Tuesday, December […]

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Murray State University Announces its New Faculty and Student Mobility Program in China

Murray State University has identified Qingdao Agricultural University (QAU) as the future host for its new faculty and student mobility program in China. This new initiative complements our highly successful Regensburg, Germany program, which has been a signature program at Murray State for several decades. MSU plans the new China program to mirror image the […]

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Murray State Psychological Center open for free family therapy

The Murray State University Psychological Center is offering its annual free family therapy clinic again on Thursday afternoons from 3:30-5 p.m. for the remainder of the fall semester. Appointments can be scheduled at either 3:30 or 4 p.m. for couples and families interested in this opportunity. Families who are seen in the family clinic are […]

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HIV/AIDS advocate to speak at awareness program

Murray State University is hosting its second annual “Conversation and Dessert” event featuring Jeff Graham on domestic HIV/AIDS and activism on Monday, Sept. 16, at 7:30 p.m. in the Curris Center Small Ballroom. Graham, who is executive director of Georgia Equality, has been involved in a wide variety of grassroots and legislative advocacy campaigns and has served as […]

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MSU takes top rankings from U.S.News into 23rd consecutive year

Murray ranked 8th public university in the South For 23 straight years Murray State University (MSU) has been recognized by U.S.News & World Report’s Best Colleges as one of the top schools in the country. The 2014 rankings have just been released and list Murray State at eighth place among the top public regional universities in the […]

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John and Vivian Williams give major gift to MSU in support of its Paducah campus

 A $25,000 gift from John and Vivian Williams of Paducah, Ky., was announced today for the proposed naming rights of the Legacy Plaza at the new Murray State University Paducah Regional Campus. The Legacy Plaza will be a special area at the front entrance of the new building that will contain the names of supporters […]

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Latest Jones gift to establish new study/career center for mathematics

Dr. Jesse D. Jones, alumnus and generous supporter of Murray State University, has once again made the enhancement of the university’s academics a goal. A donation by Jones has established the Ross Mathematical Studies and Career Center, a naming that was approved by the board of regents at its regular meeting today. The center is […]

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Murray State University announces major gift in college of business

Department of accounting student learning center to be named The Murray State University board of regents voted today to name a soon-to-be constructed facility in the department of accounting, The Herbert and Virginia Adams Student Learning Center. Tim M. Adams, a 1982 alumnus of MSU, recently made a $50,000 gift to the department of accounting in […]

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CSI contributes $100,000 gift to Murray State University

Murray State University (MSU) announced a $100,000 gift from Computer Services Inc. (CSI) to support the academic institution’s ongoing educational efforts. In recognition of the gift, the university will name its main auditorium at the new Murray State University Paducah Regional Campus the CSI Auditorium. CSI is a longtime supporter of Murray State University and […]

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Murray State University announces a $1.3 million gift

Paducah Regional Campus facility now Crisp Center The Murray State University board of regents approved the naming today of MSU’s new building on its Paducah Regional Campus in honor and memory of Harry Lee Crisp, the founder of Marion Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company, which grew into Pepsi MidAmerica. The MSU facility will now be known as […]

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