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Howdy Rowdy Welcome Begins Next Week at McNeese

Students connect with student organizations and area businesses during Howdy Rowdy Welcome Back.

Howdy Rowdy Welcome Back 2018 kicks off the fall semester Monday, Aug. 20, for thousands of new and returning students to the McNeese State University campus with a variety of events over the next two weeks. This event provides numerous opportunities for students to experience what campus and community life has to offer. Scheduled events…
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Typography


The typefaces used throughout the website had to match the clear and minimal aesthetic that is evident in the design language. Typefaces Roboto Slab <h1 class="display-1">Roboto Slab></h1> .display-1 .display-2 .display-3 .display-4 https://fonts.google.com/specimen/Roboto+Slab Usage: Top level headings Lato https://fonts.google.com/specimen/Lato Usage: Lato is used for h1-h6 level headings as well as body text. link styles Lorem ipsum…
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McNeese Welcomes International Intern

Sari Bosnyak and Dr. Edward Ferguson wit a horse

Sari Bosnyak, left, a Nottingham Trent University graduate student from the United Kingdom, is working on her thesis with Dr. Edward Ferguson, professor of animal sciences and an internationally known equine researcher. She is the first international intern for the Harold and Pearl Dripps School of Agricultural Sciences at McNeese State University. Equine research being…
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People On Campus

Thaddeus Richard

Thaddeus Richard, a psychology senior from Eunice at McNeese State University, has been recognized as the national student of the year by Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. Richard is the 2018 recipient of the Dr. Phillip M. Summers Student of the Year award that is presented to one student among the 187 national chapters who demonstrates leadership…
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William Scheufens Named McNeese Chief of Police

William Scheufens

McNeese State University alumnus William Scheufens has been selected as the new chief of police for the McNeese Police Department. Scheufens has 36 years of law enforcement experience in physical security, budget preparation and management, investigations and training of law enforcement personnel. Scheufens holds a Bachelor of Science degree in criminal justice from McNeese and…
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Kappa Sigma Receives National Fraternity Award For Second Consecutive Year

Members of the Theta Rho Kappa Sigma chapter stand with all of their awards.

McNeese State University’s Theta Rho chapter of Kappa Sigma fraternity received nine national awards at the 2018 Kappa Sigma Leadership Conference in New Orleans. The McNeese fraternity received the coveted the Founders’ Award of Chapter Excellence for the second year in a row. The McNeese chapter was one of 21 chapters among the 320 national…
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Microsoft Office 365


The University is transitioning from the Zimbra email provider to Microsoft Office 365. Visit the Microsoft 365 training website for tips, tricks and more.
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Creating a Student Centered University

Dr. Chris Thomas

Dr. Chris Thomas has been named interim vice president for student affairs and dean of students at McNeese State University. Thomas has been serving as assistant vice president for university services at McNeese since 2015. His appointment is pending approval by the University of Louisiana System Board of Supervisors. “In our effort to enhance the…
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Changing Lives Through Student Mentoring

The Bekery is owned by McNeese graduate Rebekah Hoffpauir

College students often have a hard time deciding about a career after graduation. Some may have a certain field they wish to work in while others only have an idea of the type of work they want to do. Family members and professors can be a source of guidance for students, but it is a…
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McNeese Receives Donation from Lee Berwick Foundation

Wanda N. Borel, Lee Berwick Foundation representative; Dr. Mitchell Adrian, McNeese provost and vice president for academic affairs and enrollment management; Dr. Chip LeMieux, school director and associate dean of the College of Science and Agriculture; and Richard Reid, vice president for university advancement and executive vice president of the McNeese Foundation; and seated, Edwin Ford Hunter III, Lee Berwick Foundation representative.

The Lee Berwick Foundation recently donated over seven acres of property in Vinton to the McNeese State University Harold and Pearl Dripps School of Agricultural Sciences through the McNeese Foundation. On hand for the presentation are from left to right standing: Wanda N. Borel, Lee Berwick Foundation representative; Dr. Mitchell Adrian, McNeese provost and vice…
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