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Now, more than ever, we need your support!

Now, more than ever, we need your support!

The world has certainly changed over the past few weeks. It has been a challenging time. Our students will complete their coursework for this semester online. Commencement will take on a new format. We have been working from home. Communication has taken on new meaning with Teams, Zoom, and conference calls. One thing that has not changed is our scholarship commitment to our students.

Now, more than ever, we need your support. Throughout the past few weeks we have continued to work toward reaching our scholarship goals. Needless to say, it has not been easy. We still have a considerable way to go to generate the necessary dollars to cover those commitments.

If you have been supporting our scholarship programs (Phone-a-thon, Century Club or V-500), thank you for that support. If you have not, please consider making a contribution today. Any amount, big or small, is appreciated. You can make a difference. Just like with the effort we are making to confront the coronavirus pandemic, it takes all of us to be successful.

DONATE NOW! To pledge your support to VCSU
-please contact our office at 1-800-532-8641, ext. 37203
-donate online at vcsualumni.org
-or mail your contribution to: VCSU Foundation 101 College St SW Valley City, ND 58072

Facilities Services COVID-19 Plan The VCSU Facilities Services Department has developed campus-wide, COVID-19 mitigation measures supporting VCSU’s COVID-19 Safe Operating Procedures. Items such as building maintenance, cleaning and sanitation, increased air filtration and other building operations will play an important and complementary role in minimizing the spread of COVID-19. The COVID-19: Facilities Unit Plan provides […]

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VCSU Class Attendance during Fall 2020 VCSU Campus Students: As you plan to return to campus this fall, you are likely wondering what your classes will look like, and how we’ll manage things if someone is sick or otherwise unable to attend classes. Please see the flyer below (also attached), along with the message (attached) […]

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VCSU Campus Restart Dear students, As we move closer to beginning fall semester, I’d like to share some information about what to expect on campus when we restart. Please take a few minutes to watch my video message below. We look forward to seeing you soon. Go Vikings! (Watch the video at this link — […]

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SBHE resolution regarding face coverings Good afternoon everyone! I am passing along the resolution passed by the State Board of Higher Education at yesterday’s meeting. This resolution helped guide our most recent COVID-19 health and safety update. Resolution in Support of Mask Policies I hope you are all enjoying a relaxing, rejuvenating, and healthy summer! […]

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Coronavirus Meeting and Event Guide VCSU recognizes the positive impact of social engagement and participation in campus activities. VCSU will strive to provide students, faculty, staff and campus visitors with opportunities to engage in campus events outside the classroom while mitigating the spread of COVID-19. Given the fluid nature of COVID-19, event plans may need […]

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COVID-19 Health and Safety Updates & Resources for Campus Operations We here at Valley City State University are preparing for the safe return of faculty, staff and students to campus for the fall semester. To assist in monitoring the ever-changing COVID-19 situation, VCSU is implementing the Viking Safety Levels. The Viking Safety Level serves as […]

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REMINDER: Free COVID-29 Testing Event: TODAY This is a reminder of the free testing event described below. (See previous Coronavirus Campus Communication post for details) Please note: if it works best with your schedule, you can have the test done during work hours. Also, after the test there is no need to quarantine. VCSU Safety […]

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COVID-19 Signage Print Request The COVID-related signage has been updated and is available to order by following this link: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=kaA37Ka55UeY0JA9SkGSA2lhCHE49fNAovAkHne4y9NUMkwyRFhaTlE1RkxRMURJSTJEUVY2R1FOVy4u Please indicate the quantity of each sign you would like printed and if you would like the sign laminated. We would like to do a bulk order, so please respond by NOON on FRIDAY, July […]

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REMINDER: Free COVID-19 Testing Event: July 8th REMINDER: City-County Health is offering a FREE drive-thru COVID-19 testing event on Wednesday, July 8, from 2-6 p.m. at the North Dakota Winter Show facility in Valley City. All VCSU employees and students living in the Valley City area are strongly encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity […]

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REMINDER: Return to Work Process This is a reminder that as buildings begin to open (starting today, buildings will be open per the regular summer schedule), and employees look at returning to work, that the attached Return to Work checklist is REQUIRED to be submitted and approved prior to returning. There is also a REQUIRED SafeColleges […]

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City-County Health is offering a FREE drive-thru COVID-19 testing event on Wednesday, July 8, from 2-6 p.m. at the North Dakota Winter Show facility in Valley City. All VCSU employees and students living in the Valley City area are strongly encouraged to take advantage of this opportunity to be tested.  Here are the event details: […]

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This week’s Hotline! includes the following articles: • Guest column: Classes and COVID • COVID reminders The VCSU Hotline! online newsletter is published every two weeks during the summer months. Deadline to submit articles (photos encouraged) is 3 p.m. Friday. Classes and COVID Margaret Dahlberg, Ph.D., Vice President for Academic Affairs Our goals at VCSU […]

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Margaret Dahlberg, Ph.D., Vice President for Academic Affairs Our goals at VCSU this fall are clear: Keep the campus healthy. Provide a high-quality, accessible education. And, as much as reasonably possible, provide a personal, face-to-face experience where students can flourish. VCSU officials have been working with City-County Health officials and within CDC and North Dakota […]

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VCSU alumnus Mark Zinke ’16 spends his days teaching in the gym and coaching on the field. By night he is busy designing and selling gear to people who are proud to represent their North Dakota roots. Tell us about yourself. I live in Mandan with my wife, Steph, and son Liam (20 months). I […]

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The Honor Roll recognizes students who completed 6 to 11 semester hours of Valley City State University classes for which grade points are earned with a grade point average of at least 3.50. Students are listed geographically by state and hometown; students from Canada, India and Mexico are listed after U.S. students at the the […]

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The President’s Honor Roll recognizes students who completed 12 semester hours or more of VCSU classes for which grade points were earned with a 4.0 grade point average. Students are listed geographically by state and hometown; note that international students from Australia and Canada are recognized after U.S. students at the end of this list. Arizona […]

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The Dean’s Honor Roll recognizes students who completed 12 semester hours or more of VCSU classes for which grade points were earned with a grade point average of at least 3.50. Students are listed geographically by state and hometown; students from Canada and Japan are listed after U.S. students at the the end of the list. […]

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Teresa Cole, administrative assistant for the VCSU Department of Technology, was recently named “Staff Member of the Quarter. Her nomination read, in part, “I believe Teresa should be recognized as Staff Member of the Quarter for VCSU. Teresa demonstrated a firm desire to help me meet student needs during the COVID-19 changes of spring 2020. […]

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Pete Smithhisler, VCSU vice president for student affairs, has been appointed to the national advisory board for the University Benchmark Project (UBP) for the 2020-21 academic year. UBP advisory board members are responsible for reviewing and evaluating unit metrics, marketing to peer institutions, and providing overall advisory support for the project. Smithhisler was selected to […]

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Greetings from Valley City State University! Many outside higher education might think that the summer months on a college campus are slower paced, but folks on the inside know better. While the atmosphere is certainly different this summer on campus without students, faculty, camps and in-person workshops, we are moving forward at an increased pace […]

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Valley City State University has released its President’s Honor Roll, Dean’s Honor Roll and Honor Roll for spring semester 2020. The President’s Honor Roll — www.vcsu.edu/news/presidents-honor-roll-spring-2020 — recognizes students who completed 12 semester hours or more of VCSU classes for which grade points are earned with a 4.0 grade point average. The Dean’s Honor Roll — www.vcsu.edu/news/deans-honor-roll-spring-2020 — recognizes […]

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Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) & Reopening Plans As you are working on your return plans please keep in mind the PPE that will be needed to assist in protecting employees, students, and visitors when on campus.  The following PPE has been identified as essential to the successful opening of campus and has been purchased, and […]

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As employees start returning to work and offices start opening for business, we wanted to send a reminder of the following employee expectations to help reduce the risk and spread of COVID-19 on campus: Wearing a proper face covering is required in buildings based on university guidelines, e.g. When social distancing cannot or may not […]

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COVID-19 Safe Operating Procedures UPDATE: Return to Work Process The VCSU COVID-19 Safe Operating Procedures have been updated as follows (click on the link to view these updates): Return to Work Process Workplace Expectations and Guidelines Mandatory training via SafeColleges Phased Staffing Staffing Options Symptom Monitoring Requirement Guidance for Specific Workplace Scenarios Department Return to Work Checklist  […]

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Valley City State University is committed to providing a safe and healthy work environment for all members of our community. We recognize that the threat from COVID-19 is not over, and continues to affect our community in different ways, including how, when, and where many of us are able to work. Most university employees are […]

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Greetings from Valley City State University! We celebrated a major milestone in the history of VCSU this past week — the official groundbreaking for the Center for the Arts. We were so pleased to be joined by faculty, staff, students, local and state leaders, and friends of the university, along with representatives from HGA Architects, […]

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A groundbreaking ceremony for the Center for the Arts at Valley City State University was held Wednesday morning, June 24. University officials, along with community, regional and state leaders, gathered with representatives from the architectural, construction and site preparation firms to break ground on the $32 million project. Funded by a state appropriation from the […]

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A groundbreaking ceremony for the Center for the Arts at Valley City State University was held Wednesday morning, June 24. University officials, along with community, regional and state leaders, gathered with representatives from the architectural, construction and site preparation firms to break ground on the $32 million project. Funded by a state appropriation from the […]

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Unfortunately, due to the Corvid-19 virus, VCSU was unable to hold their annual scholarship auction.Jennifer Lang an alum of VCSU is in her 13th year with Norwex, a company whose goal is to radically reduce the use of chemicals in our homes and personal care products. Norwex allows you to clean your entire home with 2 cloths and water. The microfiber cloths remove 99% of bacteria and once the cloths are wet, the antibacterial agent (micro silver which is embedded in the cloth), self-cleanses.Here is an opportunity to support VCSU and our athletes, make you and your home healthier and save you time and money when it comes to cleaning. Jennifer would like to donate 30% of every sale placed off her website to the VCSU scholarship fund.To make it more fun, she will be giving away numerous hostess packages. Every time sales reach $1000, the names of those who ordered will go into a drawing for the Norwex hostess gifts.Follow the following instructions for ordering:1. Go to: www.jenniferlang.norwex.biz2. Do your shopping3. Place your order4. Click on the tab in the top left corner, “Add Order To Party”5. Click on the drop-down arrow in the box6. Click on VCSU Scholarship Norwex Fund Raiser7. Complete your orderIf you have any questions, feel free to contact Jennifer at 701-412-6586 or jenniferlang2017@gmail.com.

Video message for all students Dear students, Congratulations on completing spring semester, and for those graduating tomorrow, congratulations on completing your VCSU degree! I speak on behalf of all of my colleagues on faculty and staff when I say how proud we are of all of you. Please take a few minutes to watch my video message below; know […]

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Virtual Commencement and live-streamed Senior Awards Program Dear students, faculty and staff, Save the dates! To honor our graduating class of 2020, Valley City State University will hold a virtual commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 16, starting at 10 a.m. Central Daylight Time. Our virtual ceremony will be played on the university’s YouTube channel, VCSUVikings (www.youtube.com/user/VCSUVikings/). The […]

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More cloth masks are available at the Info Desk! Good morning, Thanks to Kerry Gregoryk, there are more cloth face masks available for VCSU employees! You can stop by the Info Desk in the Student Center to pick one up. Also a thank-you to Rhonda Fairfield, Deb Horner and Paulette Everson for donating the first […]

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Cloth face masks available Good afternoon, VCSU has received some donated cloth face masks, if you would like to have one, stop by the Information Desk in the Student Center to pick one up. You might want to call ahead before you stop by to make sure there are still some available. Also, if you […]

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Greetings from VCSU Counseling Services We recognize that all of us have all been adjusting to rapidly changing personal and professional lives. We wish to acknowledge what many may be feeling. The discomfort you are feeling might possibly be grief! Once we name it, we can manage it. The world has changed, and we know […]

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To honor its 2020 graduating class, Valley City State University will hold a virtual commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 16, starting at 10 a.m. At the ceremony, VCSU will recognize 299 graduates — 261 candidates will receive bachelor’s degrees and 38 students will receive master’s degrees.The VCSU virtual ceremony will be played on the university’s YouTube channel, VCSUVikings (www.youtube.com/user/VCSUVikings). The event will appear on the YouTube channel that Saturday morning.“COVID-19 has changed much of how we do things in 2020,” said VCSU President Alan LaFave. “Unfortunately, responding effectively to the coronavirus requires us to alter our plans for one of the most hallowed of university traditions, the commencement ceremony. Although we wish we could honor the Class of 2020 with an in-person ceremony, we trust that this virtual ceremony will provide a way to honor our graduates and their accomplishments.”President LaFave will preside over the commencement exercises. Audience members will also hear from Nick Hacker, chair of the North Dakota State Board of Higher Education (SBHE), along with graduating senior Brandi Aranda and Steven King, professor of social science.Alan LaFave has served as president of Valley City State University since December 2018. He previously served as provost and vice president for academic affairs at Northern State University in Aberdeen, S.D. In addition to his SBHE service, Nick Hacker is CEO of Guaranty and Title Company, which provides title insurance and real estate closing services across North Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Montana.A VCSU senior from Hitterdal, Minn., Brandi Aranda will graduate with a bachelor’s degree in athletic training. She has served the university as an R.A. and a Viking Ambassador, and also as a student athletic trainer and leader in the Athletic Training Club. Aranda, who served as homecoming co-chair last fall, received a Viking Pilot Award in 2019 in recognition of her passion for and contributions to the student body and campus community.Steven King began teaching at VCSU in 1998 and secured a tenure track position in 2005. In 2019, he was recognized at the Dakota Conference at Augustana College with the Distinguished Contribution to the Preservation of the Cultural Heritage of the Northern Plains Award. Campus adviser for the Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society, King was honored by VCSU’s Student Senate as its 2020 Teacher of the Year.VCSU has invited all spring 2020 and fall 2019 graduates to return to campus to participate in one of its next in-person commencement ceremonies in December 2020 or May 2021.

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Now, more than ever, we need your support! The world has certainly changed over the past few weeks. It has been a challenging time. Our students will complete their coursework for this semester online. Commencement will take on a new format. We have been working from home. Communication has taken on new meaning with Teams, Zoom, and conference calls. One thing that has not changed is our scholarship commitment to our students.Now, more than ever, we need your support. Throughout the past few weeks we have continued to work toward reaching our scholarship goals. Needless to say, it has not been easy. We still have a considerable way to go to generate the necessary dollars to cover those commitments. If you have been supporting our scholarship programs (Phone-a-thon, Century Club or V-500), thank you for that support. If you have not, please consider making a contribution today. Any amount, big or small, is appreciated. You can make a difference. Just like with the effort we are making to confront the coronavirus pandemic, it takes all of us to be successful.DONATE NOW! To pledge your support to VCSU-please contact our office at 1-800-532-8641, ext. 37203-donate online at vcsualumni.org-or mail your contribution to: VCSU Foundation 101 College St SW Valley City, ND 58072

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Dacotah Bank of Valley City received the 2019 Corporate Leadership in Philanthropy Award at the Association of Fundraising Professionals Northern Plains Chapter’s National Philanthropy Day Awards Luncheon held at the Hilton Garden Inn in Fargo on November 14.Dacotah Bank was nominated for the award by the Valley City State University Foundation. Speaking for the foundation at the luncheon, Larry Robinson, VCSU executive director for advancement, commended the bank: “Dacotah Bank has a long and rich history of supporting the greater community with time, talent and treasure. They have clearly led the way in philanthropy in our community, donating and supporting more than 165 entities over the last five years.”Robinson also noted, “The philanthropic support that Dacotah Bank has provided to Valley City State University exceeds $300,000.”Accepting the award for Dacotah Bank at the luncheon were Paige Bjornson, senior business banker, and Mark Oberlander, senior agricultural banker.When presented with the award by Travis Christopher, president of AFP’s Northern Plains Chapter, Oberlander spoke first: “On behalf of Dacotah Bank, we are tremendously honored to accept this prestigious award. With sincerest gratitude we thank the AFP Board for choosing Dacotah Bank from what most certainly was a tremendously worthy list of nominees. Thank you, also, to VCSU for their nomination of Dacotah Bank.”Bjornson followed Oberlander, sharing how Dacotah Bank’s people make a difference in the community. “What makes us especially proud today is that this award recognizes not only the corporate culture of financial giving that is Dacotah Bank, but more importantly it recognizes the many hours and the immeasurable talent that so many Dacotah Bank employees are willing to share,” said Bjornson. “They want to make a difference when and where they can; they want to elevate community and quality of life for their children and for their neighbors; and they want to make a difference not only for today but also for tomorrow. For our company — Dacotah Bank in Valley City and Dacotah Bank across three states — and for our 25 local employees — to be recognized for these efforts is humbling, and we are truly grateful. Thank you.”VCSU President Alan LaLave joined the Dacotah Bank representatives and Robinson at the luncheon. VCSU representation at the luncheon also included foundation board members Robert Horne and Mark Richman, foundation staff Kim Hesch and Loree Morehouse, and staff Casey Olney, Pete Smithhisler and Greg Vanney.

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An inauguration ceremony for Alan D. LaFave, D.M.A., the 14th president of Valley City State University, will be held at 10 a.m., Friday, Sept. 27, at the W.E. Osmon Fieldhouse on the VCSU campus.At the inauguration ceremony, LaFave will receive the formal investiture of office from Nick Hacker, chair of the North Dakota State Board of Higher Education, and Mark Hagerott, Ph.D., chancellor of the North Dakota University System.A reception at Epworth United Methodist Church, adjacent to Osmon Fieldhouse, will follow immediately after the ceremony.On Sept. 27, 2018, the State Board of Higher Education selected LaFave as the next president of Valley City State University. LaFave began his service to VCSU on Dec.17, 2018. A native of Onida, S.D., he previously served as provost and vice president for academic affairs at Northern State University in Aberdeen, S.D.LaFave’s family includes his wife, Kari; daughters Ashley and Lexi; and son-in-law Logan Fahnhorst.At Northern State, LaFave worked his way through the faculty ranks from instructor to full professor in the music department (1991-2015). He also served as the music department chair (1994-97) and associate dean and dean of the School of Fine Arts (1997-2015). LaFave served as provost and vice president for academic affairs from 2015-18. His professional background includes three years at Aberdeen Central High School, and he also served at Augustana College, Sioux Falls, S.D. (1990-91).An accomplished musician and conductor, LaFave holds doctoral and master’s degrees in clarinet performance from Arizona State University, where he studied with Robert Spring. LaFave also holds a bachelor’s degree in music education from Northern State University, where he studied with James Gai. He is an elected member of the American Bandmasters Association. He has performed, conducted and adjudicated throughout the United States and Canada, including 14 states and 3 provinces.Other inauguration events include a Thursday evening recital and a Friday evening concert. Both LaFave and Spring will perform alongside VCSU student and faculty musicians in an inauguration recital at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 26, in Vangstad Auditorium on the VCSU campus. The Chicago tribute band Transit Authority will perform at 8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 27, on the McFarland Lawn on campus, with an inclement weather location in Osmon Fieldhouse.The public is invited to attend the inauguration ceremony and reception, and the recital and concert, all with no charge for admission. The inauguration coincides with Homecoming on the VCSU campus; the public is also encouraged to participate in those events as well.

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Several Valley City State University alumni will be honored during the VCSU Alumni Association 2019 Homecoming celebration to be held Friday-Saturday, Sept. 27- 28. On Saturday morning, the Alumni Honors Breakfast will be held at the VCSU Student Center cafeteria beginning at 8:30 a.m. The Honors Breakfast provides the VCSU Alumni Association with an opportunity to present fellow alumni with Certificate of Merit, Alumni Service, and Distinguished Alumni awards. Six alumni will be honored with the Certificate of Merit Award, adopted by the VCSU Alumni Association to recognize alumni for accomplishments, service or other noteworthy honors. This year’s recipients include Galen Brantley, Soldotna, Alaska; Kevin Bratland, Enderlin, N.D.; David Griffin, Bismarck, N.D.; Scott King, Malta, Montana; Rhonda (Schneekloth) Nudell, Buffalo, N.D.; and Wayne Steiner, Wahpeton, N.D..Alumni Service Award recipients include George Berger, Binford, N.D., and Teresa (Pritchard) and Todd Christiansen, Valley City. The Alumni Service Award was adopted by the VCSU Alumni Association to recognize alumni or university friends who have attained exceptional achievement in their careers and have made significant contributions to the university through dedicated service, promotion, financial support or other efforts. The Distinguished Alumni Award was adopted by the VCSU Alumni Association to recognize alumni/alumnae who have achieved prominence in their chosen field of endeavor. The nominee must have received national or international recognition and must have been identified as an expert in the individual’s chosen field. This year Mel McNea, North Platte, Nebraska, will be recognized as the 61st recipient of the Distinguished Alumni Award.The public is invited to attend the all Alumni Honors Breakfast on Saturday, Sept 28. Tickets are $10 each and may be reserved by calling the VCSU Alumni Office at 701-845-7403 or by emailing kim.hesch@vcsu.edu.The Valley City State University Alumni Association is sponsoring a number of additional events to celebrate Homecoming 2019.Friday, September 27<\b>•Alumni welcome back ice cream social at 2:30 p.m. in the Student Center Lounge.Saturday, September 28<\b>•Homecoming Parade (10:30 a.m.) down Central Avenue in Valley City.•First Annual VCSU Alumni Motorcycle/Class Car Cruise following the parade. This fun run and cruise is open to anyone wanting to ride their motorcycle or drive their classic car. Stops include Ashtabula Crossing, Punky’s Bar (Dazey), and J&L’s Bar & Grill (Sanborn). There is a $20 entry fee. All proceeds raised will be donated to the V-500 Scholarship program. The first 75 participants will receive an official VCSU Homecoming bandana. To preregister, call 701-845-7203.•Viking Tailgating at Lokken Stadium starting at noon.•VCSU football with the Vikings hosting Dakota State University in the homecoming game. Kickoff is at 2 p.m. at Lokken Stadium. •Postgame All Alumni & Friends Social following the football game at the Valley City Eagles Club. For more information about Valley City State University’s Homecoming 2019 festivities, contact the VCSU Foundation and Alumni Office at 701-845-7203.

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