Dr. Paul Blowers’ new book hopes to shed light on a theologian many consider to be one of the greatest in the Eastern Christian (Orthodox) tradition: Maximus the Confessor.
Monday, May 23, from 6-7 p.m. in Gregory
Check out highlights from Buff Nation’s commencement activities in this album.
“You can tell when a nurse has gone to Milligan. They have a servant mindset.” — Nursing grad Heather Greene
Dr. David Hampton will teach mechanical engineering, starting in the Fall 2017 semester
Before the spring semester comes to a close, Milligan College’s Performing, Visual and Communicative (PVC) Arts area will showcase a variety of fine arts events and student work.
Support the 2016 OT Expo today in Gregory!
Everything you need to know about Spring Commencement 2016 is here.
On Tuesday, April 19, come support students presenting their research and listen to a faculty lecture by professor Ted Thomas.
In the fall , Milligan will offer an undergraduate course on African religions and traditions in the diaspora caused by slavery and migration.
Tuesday, April 5, at 11 a.m. in Seeger
Contact Joy Drinnon for more information on the Summer Undergraduate Research Grant.
Milligan will offer an online course this summer on personal finance called BADM 170M.
Dr. Greg Harrell was named the Malcolm C. and Ruth G. Myers Chair of Engineering.
Audition for heritage, Milligan’s 8 voice accapella ensemble, on Monday, April 18, from 7-9p.m. in lower Seeger. Go to www.heritagemilligan.com/auditions.
Available in the Registrar’s Office and online at http://www.milligan.edu/academics/#schedules.
Can our religious beliefs help our environment? Come listen and participate in a discussion to foster an increased desire and action to protect the creation on Sunday, April 17th at 7 p.m. A panel of six faith leaders will explore our common understandings of how congregations can address environmental stewardship.
…until Monday, March 21.
Class schedules will be available on Tuesday, March 29.
The Phoenix, Milligan’s literary magazine, needs your submissions!
March 18 for several scholarships
Monday, Feb. 22, Thompson Community Center
Our friends from Mountain will be on campus on Feb. 25-26. We will host a recruiting lunch on Thursday, Feb. 25, from 12-1 pm in Sub 7. All majors are […]
Do you like game shows?
Do you like supporting Milligan organizations and helping immigrant Washington D.C. children visit colleges?
If you answered yes to these two questions, Faculty Feud might be the event for you!
Dr. Jason Bembry will speak on the biblical practice of lament
If you are interested in participating in an undergraduate research conference, check out BRURC!
Art Brown has 20 years of experience in corporate and academic settings.
Check-in/registration schedule – Spring 2016
All students enrolled in traditional undergraduate programs must complete the check-in/registration process in Derthick Hall on January 11 or 12.
… among colleges and universities in Tennessee and nationwide.
Milligan College is planning fall commencement for Friday, Dec. 11, at 7 p.m. in the college’s Mary B. Martin Auditorium located in Seeger Chapel.
$1.2 million gift from the estate of Bruce and Sara Swann Shipley of Johnson City
Milligan students will share their talents and knowledge of storytelling during the eighth annual “Buffalo Tales” on Thursday, Dec. 3, at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. in Milligan’s McGlothlin-Street Theatre located in the Gregory Center.
Zach Maclellan and Dr. Roy Lawson will be speaking at Vespers on 11/22 at 8:30p in Lower Seeger
Interested in learning to play guitar? Consider enrolling in guitar lessons (MUSC 106) starting in the Spring.
Milligan ranked at number 91 out of 1,585 public and private institutions based on four-year graduation rates, student-to-faculty ratio, reputation, educational depth and campus safety. Milligan ranked among the top five colleges located in Tennessee and was the only institution from the region to be in the top 100.