Minnesota State University Student Association
The Minnesota State University Student Association (MSUSA) is an independent, non-profit organization funded and operated by students. MSUSA serves nearly 70,000 students attending Minnesota's seven state universities: Bemidji State University, Minnesota State University Mankato, Metropolitan State University (St. Paul/Minneapolis), Minnesota State University Moorhead, St. Cloud State University, Southwest Minnesota State University (Marshall) and Winona State University.
MSUSA is recognized by the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Board of Trustees as the sole representative of state university students in Minnesota, and works on a variety of issues at the different levels of government.
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