Two graduates of McNeese State University’s Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing program have received 2016 Wallace Stegner Fellowships for the Creative Writing Program at Stanford University this fall.
August 18 - 7:00pm
McNeese State University will host the second annual Cowboy Kickoff Dinner and Showcase fundraiser for the McNeese Band travel fund Thursday, Aug. 18, in Burton Coliseum
Registration for the McNeese State University fall semester is currently underway through August 15.
(July 27, 2016) Registration for McNeese State University’s fall semester is underway through Aug. 15. Students can go online to www.mcneese.edu and click on the “Students” tab and then select Banner Self-Service under Registration to begin the registration process.Fall Class Schedules are available on the McNeese website and all students should see an adviser, if required, to get their alternate PIN prior to registration. Students can go online at www.mcneese.edu/payment to see the Payment Policy on credit card payments and online payment changes. For more information, contact the McNeese Accounting Office at 337-475-5107. Fall classes begin Aug. 22, while Aug. 16 is the admission deadline to apply for regular fall registration.
Students who have registered online for McNeese State University’s 2016 fall semester have until 4:30 p.m. Aug. 17 to pay fees. Fall classes begin Aug. 22.
Union Pacific donated $10,000 for the 2017 Banners season.
Dr. and Mrs. David Buttross Jr. have given $104,500 to the McNeese State University Foundation since December 2014. Seven endowed scholarships have been established with the donation.
The McNeese State University Foundation has received $10,000 in donations for the 2016 Cowgirl Tee Time Roundup benefiting the McNeese women's golf program.
The 2016 Governor’s Program for Gifted Children at McNeese will present two theatre productions, an art show, a student recital and a concert as a finale to its summer program.
For 60 years, the McNeese State University Summer Reading Clinic has offered Southwest Louisiana a program to help children in grades 1-5 become better readers through the department of education professions in the Burton College of Education.