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McNeese State University rodeo team members have finished their go rounds and must now wait until Friday’s competition is over to see if they made it into Saturday’s championship finals.

Two members of the McNeese State University rodeo team have qualified for Saturday’s (June 18) finals at the 68th College National Finals Rodeo in Casper, Wyo.

Cowboy Camp provides an opportunity for incoming students to develop a connection to the University, fellow incoming students, and current student leaders. Cowboy Camp is August 19-20 and registration is now open.
Cowboy Camp provides an opportunity for incoming students to develop a connection to the University, fellow incoming students, and current student leaders. The 2016 Cowboy Camp is August 19-20 and registration is now open. Learn more and register. (June 13, 2016) The 9th Anuual Cowboy Camp at McNeese State University will be held Friday and Saturday, Aug.

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The Louisiana Small Business Development Center has received reaccreditation for a five-year period by America’s Small Business Development Centers nationwide network.

The annual Kicker Kutie Summer Dance Camp will be held July 18-22 at McNeese State University by the Cowgirl Kickers Dance Team.

Five McNeese State University rodeo team members will be competing at the 68th College National Finals Rodeo scheduled June 12-18 in Casper, Wyo.

After three days of competition, several McNeese rodeo members are currently among the top 25 in the various categories of competition at the 68th College National Finals Rodeo.

The McNeese State University Louisiana Small Business Development Center will present a free seminar titled “Starting and Financing a Small Business” from 3-5 p.m. Thursday, June 23.

Late summer registration begins June 10 at McNeese State University.

KPLC’s Liz Koh interviewed McNeese assistant professor Dr. Amber Hale – a molecular biologist - on her selection as one of 17 educators world-wide to participate at sea during the 2016 Nautilus Exploration Program expedition.
KPLC’s Liz Koh interviewed McNeese assistant professor Dr. Amber Hale – a molecular biologist - on her selection as one of 17 educators world-wide to participate at sea during the 2016 Nautilus Exploration Program expedition

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