Over 20 awards were handed out to both individual students as well as to various sororities and fraternities during the 2017 Greek Awards Banquet at McNeese State University. McNeese has 15 Greek fraternities and sororities on campus.
McNeese State University incoming freshman and transfer students have the opportunity to experience student life early during the 10th Annual Cowboy Camp Aug. 18-19 on the McNeese campus.
May 18 - 3:00pm
A workshop titled “Starting & Financing a Small Business” will be offered from 3-5 p.m. Thursday, May 18, on the second floor of the McNeese State University SEED Center.
The Louisiana Small Business Development Center at McNeese State University is offering a free workshop for women business owners from 9:30-11:30 a.m. Thursday, May 11, in the SEED Center at McNeese.
McNeese State University’s College of Engineering and Computer Science ranks third among all public and private institutions in the nation as one of the best value colleges for its engineering majors
Katelyn Hoffpauir, a McNeese State University visual arts major from Lake Charles, won a Student Bronze Award at the recent American Advertising Federation’s 10th district competition in Fort Worth, Texas.
A free small business summit titled “The Factors of Business,” will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, May 6, at the Allen August Multipurpose Center Annex in Lake Charles.
The McNeese State University women’s rodeo team placed second while the men’s team placed third at the final rodeo competition of the season at the Wharton County Community College in Wharton, Texas.
Dr. Kiran Boggavarapu, head of the McNeese State University Department of Chemistry and Physics and an associate professor of chemistry, is a co-editer and a co-contributor of the recently released book, “Clusters: Structure, Bonding and Reactivity,” published by Springer.
Meghan Fleming, associate professor of art at McNeese State University, is one of 37 Louisiana artists to be featured in the recent book, “Expressions of Place: The Contemporary Louisiana Landscape,” written by New Orleans native John Kemp and published by the University of Mississippi Press.