Racer Report: Oct. 12-16

MURRAY, Ky. — See below for the latest news from Murray State University, including student, faculty, staff and alumni accomplishments, announcements, upcoming events and much more for the week of Oct. 12-16, 2020. Dr. Shea Porr, Animal/Equine Science Department Head for the Hutson School of Agriculture, has been selected as the Distinguished Educator for the […]

read more

Students encouraged to complete Free Application for Federal Student Aid

FAFSA opened Oct. 1; apply today at fafsa.ed.gov MURRAY, Ky. — Current and future students at Murray State University are encouraged to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), now open as of Oct. 1. A completed FAFSA is required in order to receive financial aid, such as a Pell Grant or other […]

read more

Murray State University to host virtual Racer Day event Oct. 17

Geared toward prospective students and families, event will provide helpful information from admissions staff, financial services, housing and more MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State University will host a virtual Racer Day event on Saturday, Oct. 17. Geared toward prospective students and families, the event will provide helpful information through live, interactive sessions with admissions staff, […]

read more

Murray State University Department of Art & Design hosts virtual Patricia L. Summerville Emerging Arts Professionals Panel

Creative professionals include Jasmine Burton, Leila Khoury, Paul Verdell and Dr. Sue Shon for virtual event MURRAY, Ky. — The Murray State University Department of Art & Design will host four visiting arts professionals for this year’s Patricia L. Summerville Visiting Arts Professionals Panel on Thursday, October 29 from 5-6:30 p.m. on Zoom. This year’s […]

read more

Murray State University hosts diversity, equity and inclusion virtual symposium

Nearly 300 members of both the campus and broader community throughout the country attend virtual event MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State University hosted a diversity, equity and inclusion virtual symposium on Oct. 2, promoting cross-racial dialogue, education and increased awareness of issues related to race and ethnicity. Coordinated by the University’s Office of Multicultural Initiatives, […]

read more

Murray State University Promise covers tuition and mandatory fees for qualifying students

Since 2018, program has continued to position University as one of America’s best college values for students MURRAY, Ky. — In a continued effort to ensure both access and affordability for students, the Murray State Promise awards need-based scholarships to eligible students who pay no tuition to attend Murray State University. First-time freshmen and new […]

read more

College Quality, Access and Affordability

College Quality, Access and Affordability Dr. Bob Jackson, President of Murray State University During the past few years, I have regularly stated Murray State University’s tremendous obligation to continue our long-standing legacy of providing a high-quality education, with world-class professors, caring and dedicated staff and ensuring access and affordability for the students and families of […]

read more
Murray State University has once again been highlighted as a best value for students seeking a college degree by two national publications.

Murray State University Racer Report: Sept. 28-Oct. 2

MURRAY, Ky. — See below for the latest news from Murray State University, including student, faculty, staff and alumni accomplishments, announcements and much more for the week of Sept. 28-Oct. 2. In this Racer Report: Occupational safety and health major completes OSH internship in Hawaii Sigma Phi Epsilon chapter recognized  Speech and Debate Union competes […]

read more

Virtual Racer Roadshow events available for prospective students and families this fall

MURRAY, Ky. — Murray State University will host virtual Racer Roadshow events featuring President Dr. Bob Jackson along with Murray State Office of Recruitment staff as well as current faculty, staff and students. The events are geared toward prospective students and families to provide helpful information on the Racer experience and the opportunities Murray State […]

read more
Incoming Murray State University freshman Azzie Cunningham from Asheville, North Carolina, joined members of Congress, luminaries, award-winning authors and renowned civil rights activists for the Congressional Civil Rights Pilgrimage this past spring in Alabama. Pictured from left are Ruby Bridges, the first child integrated into the William Frantz Elementary School in Louisiana in 1960, and Azzie.

Murray State University student participates in Congressional Civil Rights Pilgrimage

Incoming freshman Azzie Cunningham joins civil rights leaders for event, including late U.S. Rep. John Lewis MURRAY, Ky. — Incoming Murray State University freshman Azzie Cunningham from Asheville, North Carolina, joined members of Congress, luminaries, award-winning authors and renowned civil rights activists for the Congressional Civil Rights Pilgrimage this past spring in Alabama. It would be […]

read more
Pages 1 of 13