Located in SM208, the Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Center is under the direction of the Provost. The Center was established in 1999, and houses a network of computers and related equipment to serve the GIS users, both public and private, in southwest Minnesota. The Center is available for use by students and faculty as part of regularly scheduled classes. Additionally, as a regional resource in southwest Minnesota, the Center is available for area residents as a source of data and to provide technical support through consultation, customized applications, and workshops.


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SMSU to Play Key Role in Literacy Volunteers Initiative SMSU to Play Key Role in Literacy Volunteers...

SMSU is one of three key partners in a Literacy Volunteers of Southwest Minnesota initiative which seeks to close the achievement gap in Marshall Public Schools

Dean's List for Spring Semester 2016 Announced Dean's List for Spring Semester 2016...

Southwest Minnesota State University (Marshall, Minn.) students have been honored for achievement during the 2016 spring semester of study.

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