For its 25th anniversary the Master of Education program honored local alums.
Due to a banquet tomorrow, April 26, dinner will be a picnic held at the Grill from 5:00pm—7:00pm
The Cafeteria will close at 2:00pm tomorrow to set up for the banquet.
Volunteer at the animal shelter on April 23.
The evening will be dedicated to the talent of our seniors, who can sign up by email to email@example.com or in Sutton lobby (just look for the sheet).
Another week of specials in the grill from April 11 to April 17.
Go get a free ticket!
STAGES is an original creation of the theatre department.
Come enjoy the theatre department’s creation called STAGES from April 14-17.
We need you! (50 of you actually) Be a part of Milligan’s “We are BUFF NATION!” video and be entered to win a Dunkin’ Donuts gift card! On Wednesday, March 30, […]
Over the next few weeks an elimination game will be going on called Gotcha. Those signed up to play will use a water squirting toy gun to eliminate their competition. […]
Tuesday night from 7-12 in the Jeanes Room the Milligan College Democrats and Republicans will be hosting a drop-in viewing party. Pizza will be provided and all campus folks are […]
LLC applications are now available in the Student Development Office.
For more information:
· Join in us tomorrow in the Annex at noon for an informational meeting
· visit this year’s LLC class, Tuesday 3/1 at 5pm in Derthick 203
Evening classes (anything starting/ending beyond 6 pm) will go forward as scheduled on Feb 15.
Milligan is closed today. A decision will be made by 2 pm on evening classes.
On-campus events are planned throughout the weekend.
The Gilliam Wellness Center is open today until 10p, unless weather necessitates closure.
Classes are now canceled all day and offices are closed due to poor road conditions in the region and deteriorating weather. The cafeteria will maintain regular hours. Gilliam Wellness Center will remain open until 10p, unless the weather necessitates closing.
South-West Insurance Agency, Inc. donates charging station in SUB
Johnson City Symphony has announced the dates for its 2016-2017 season. The Symphony will open the season with its free traditional outdoor concert at Winged Deer Concert at 6:00 p.m. on September 11, 2016.
Friday, Feb. 12, at 7:30 p.m. in Walker Auditorium
On campus Monday @ 11a
Milligan classes and offices are closed today, Jan. 22, due to weather. Please be careful. Dr. Lee Fierbaugh, VP for Enrollment and Marketing
Classes and offices are closed Thursday, Jan. 21, due to weather.
Classes and offices are closed today, Jan. 20, due to imminent weather. Please be careful.
Tickets will be written beginning first thing Wednesday morning; there will be no warning tickets.
Looking for a Spring Internship? First Christian Church in Johnson City, TN is launching an new internship program to assist with the ALIVE service!
Campus Activities Board and Vespers have partnered together to have this year’s campus Christmas Party that will be held in SUB 7 Saturday 12/5 from 10:00am-12:00pm. Drop in and have […]
We have been granted special permission to not only see all six episodes of Star Wars in the Gregory Center theater, but to also do it with food and drink […]
According to the first regular-season NAIA Men’s and Women’s Basketball Coaches’ polls, both the Milligan College men and women are recognized as receiving votes in the national picture.
Includes Local Groups, Melds Old and New Repertoire
ith the shopping frenzy of Black Friday and Cyber Monday in the recent past, Milligan College is offering a more charitable—and less stressful—alternative to Christmas shopping with the fourth annual […]
Thank you to all students who participated in Milligan’s recent online Student Satisfaction Inventory. Congratulations to the following students who responded to the survey and were chosen in a random drawing for $25 Milligan College Bookstore gift cards: Lindsey Black, Kaitlynn Kitchen, Leah Thacker, and Joey Evans.
Come explore what you may have assumed about victims of human sex trafficking, adult entertainment industry, domestic violence, and sexual assault. Panel Mark Garland, Mikayla Vosler, Christine Browning, John […]
Many hands make light work so please sign up in the Caf or contact Tyler Jorgensen to help rake leaves for those in the community while also gaining SFP […]
Free to the first 20 students to reserve a spot. You can email Jason Onks at firstname.lastname@example.org to save your spot on a van and get a free Bridge of […]
Tonight, Tuesday November 10, 2015 at 9:00pm in the Jeanes Community Room, the Milligan College Republicans will host a viewing of the debate. Light snacks will be served along with […]
Enjoy deals like 2 for $1 candy bars and more in the bookstore starting today through Thanksgiving!
The Milligan College Republicans would like to invite anyone who would like to attend to the Jeanes Community Room Wednesday 10/28 at 8:00pm. Light refreshments will be served.
CASA’s mission to place these kids in a safe and permanent home.
In celebration of Milligan’s sesquicentennial kickoff tomorrow, be sure to attend the VIB (Very Important Buffalo) meet and greet event TODAY, 10/23.
The Ms. Princess pageant is Milligan College’s first pageant for women with special needs. It is an event designed to celebrate the inner and outer beauty of special needs women […]
I have local honey for sale, made by my own bees who live in Johnson City. This is raw, unfiltered honey. I have had customers who have bought my honey […]
This year’s Trunk or Treat will be Wednesday, October 28, 6-8 pm, in the FOB parking lot. This is a fun event where Milligan students decorate the trunks of their cars […]
Don’t miss The Milligan Buffalo 5K! The annual Associated Ladies for Milligan (ALM) Buffalo 5K Run/2.5K Walk will take place on Saturday, Oct. 24, at 9 a.m. This event is […]
CHICK-FIL-A DAY! WEDNESDAY, OCT 14 AT THE GRILL 11:00AM—UNTIL WE RUN OUT MEAL (INCLUDES SIDE & A DRINK) $5.50 SANDWICH ONLY $3.50 EXCHANGE MEALS ACCEPTED ALONG W/ ADDITIONAL $1.75
FLU VACCINE CLINIC Wednesday, October 14, 2015 11:00a-1:00p GILLIAM WELLNESS CENTER COST: $25 (cash) or bring your insurance card and Walgreens will file your insurance. Contact: email@example.com
Oct. 13-15, featuring Dr. Stephen Loyd, M.D., associate professor of medicine at Quillen
The festival culminates in a free public concert on Oct. 4 at 4p in Seeger.