Campus Facilities

The Mayville State campus is designed to foster a small, intimate atmosphere, while offering all the facilities needed to develop a comprehensive program including a wide variety of extracurricular activities.

The campus covers 55 acres with the majority of academic buildings joined by connecting corridors to make traveling between classes a pleasure in cold weather. Adjoining the campus is a large recreational area. A football stadium, practice fields, tennis courts, swimming pool, handball/racquetball courts, and one of North Dakota’s finest outdoor baseball diamonds complete the comprehensive recreational facilities. In 2004, a Wellness Center was added to the recreational complex for use by MSU students as well as community members.

In 2011, the renovation of Agassiz Hall, MSU’s largest residence hall was transformed to provide suite and apartment-style living accommodations for students. In 2012, the science and library buildings had significant renovations completed with an addition, which is the new home for the Division of Education. In 2016, an addition was completed for HPER which provides new and improved academic space.