• FSU’s Student and Community Involvement staff plan fun activities throughout the year, including Frosty Palooza which celebrated the end of the first week of classes.
  • An important part of Welcome Week is the Student Organization Fair where FSU student groups, like the Fishing Club, recruit new members.
  • Here’s a peek at the new synthetic turf in Bobcat Stadium, ready in time for fall sports action!
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  • MEC Conference
    Frostburg State University has accepted an offer of membership from NCAA DII Mountain East Conference following a unanimous vote of approval by the MEC Board of Directors.
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  • Government officials and campus leaders break ground for a new residence hall that is scheduled to be completed in two years.
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  • FSU will offer new concentrations in its online AACSB-accredited MBA program starting in fall 2018.
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  • Astronauts Ricky Arnold, FSU Class of ’85, at right, and Drew Feustel, answered students’ questions live from the International Space Station.
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Ingrid Braun Powerlifting

Frostburg State University Students Muscling Their Way to Collegiate Powerlifting Championships

Ingrid Braun has a lot of weight on her shoulders these days. About 300 pounds worth, actually. Deadlifting 292 pounds at a regional meet sent the FSU wildlife biology and fisheries major to the USA Powerlifting Collegiate Nationals at Texas A and M University in April. There she topped the 300 mark, deadlifting 303 pounds.

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Frostburg State University Inducts 80 Into New Chapter of Phi Kappa Phi

The first Frostburg State University class of Phi Kappa Phi, the oldest and most selective all-discipline collegiate honor society, was inducted on May 19. Seventy students and 10 faculty members were inducted into the 348th chapter of the national organization.

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Frostburg State Student Wants to Have Local Impact After General Assembly Internship

Forest Bierman wants to be a difference maker and sees teaching as his start to be one. Bierman, a social science major with a political science concentration, sees himself in a classroom sharing his passion for civics. But in the big picture, he sees teaching as a stepping stone to go on and become active in policymaking and politics.

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