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McNeese associate professor of music Lina Morita will perform in a free piano recital at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 3.

A property and casualty insurance pre-licensing course will be offered from 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Sept. 11-12 and Sept. 18-19 on the McNeese State University.

The Lake Area community is invited to meet the McNeese theatre program faculty, production directors and students and receive information about the upcoming season on Thursday, Aug. 27 at 5:30 p.m.

A one-stop registration help desk will be available to students during late fall registration Aug. 21-25 at McNeese State University.

This fall, McNeese State University will offer a new Bachelor of Science degree in health systems management.

Howdy Rowdy Welcome Week is August 24-28, and offers students the opportunity to become engaged with campus life and connect with new and returning students.
(August 18, 2015) Thousands of McNeese State University students are heading back to campus for the fall semester that begins Aug. 24. Several activities are scheduled during Howdy Rowdy Welcome Week - set for Aug. 24-28 - to welcome back both new and returning students. Representatives from student organizations, the Greeks, university offices, academic departments, local businesses and community service agencies, and campus ministries will have representatives on campus during this week to introduce the students to what the campus and community have to offer, according to Kedrick Nicholas, director of Campus Life & Engagement at McNeese. Scheduled events are as follows:   Monday, Aug.

The McNeese Alumni Association will host a tailgate party for Cowboy fans prior to the kickoff of the McNeese vs. LSU Tigers football game Saturday, Sept. 5.

Students registering late for the fall 2015 semester at McNeese State University can register online or with their faculty adviser Aug. 21-25.

The Harold Pearson Memorial Scholarship Fund has been established at McNeese State University with a donation of $15,247.39 from the estate of Harold L. Pearson.

Al Cochran, a 1965 engineering graduate of McNeese State University, has donated $20,000 to the university to establish the Alfred Cochran Civil Engineering Scholarship.