A Thriving Institution
Missouri Southern State University is more than just an educational institution, it is a place to cement long and lasting relationships amidst the beautiful scenery, while being provided the opportunity to witness monumental events that are accompanied by astounding speakers and performers.
Campus Events: Activities Through the Ages
Two guests, a male and a female, have their picture taken at MSSU's 1975 stadium dedication ceremony.
Speakers are exchanging places at the podium for the 1975 stadium dedication.
Leon Billingsly and Governor Christopher S. Bond standing next to the American Flag, in celebration of MSSU (MSSC at the time) becoming a fully state supported school; (left to right): Leon Billingsly, Gov. Bond.
Trustees, along with other members of MSSU's administration, and Governor Bond, cherish the moment of MSSU becoming a fully state funded college.
Richard Massa speaking at the podium regarding the proposed veterans memorial; Richard Massa, Gene Taylor (r.)
Signage exhibiting the flag pole design and location for the proposed veterans memorial.
George Bush making his way through a crowd at MSSU's oval, during his 1992 campaign.
George Bush speaking at the podium on MSSU's oval, during his 1992 campaign.
Campus Scenery: A Look Into the Institution's Vibrant Past
This image depicts a bountiful number of geese wandering about the surrounding grounds of mansion.
Bare trees, enveloped in frost, dot the surroundings of the ice-laden biology pond.
A close-up photo of one of MSSU's esteemed lanterns.
Campus Life: Previewing the History of the Institution's Student Organizations
Members alongside the faculty representative of MSSU's Afro-American society- promoting academic excellence of black students around the 1970s-1980s.
Members of MSSU's Alpha Psi Omega, the national theatre honor society, pose for a group photo; estimated to be within the 1970s-1980s
Members of MSSU's paralegal honor society, Lambda Epsilon Chi, pose for a group photo with their faculty representative.
Members of the sorority, Lambda Beta Phi, pose for a group photo. Estimated to be around 1970s-1980s.
Members of the fraternity, Sigma Nu, pose for a group photo. Estimated to be around 1970s-1980s.
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