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.
Come to learn coping skills and relaxation techniques designed to help you better manage your test-related anxiety.
Wed, Nov 11, 12-1:30p
A $2,000 per year scholarship, which can be combined with other merit and need-based aid, for a total scholarship of $10,000-$18,000
Prospective students will have the opportunity to ask questions, meet professors and staff, take a campus tour, review the admissions process and talk with current OT students
Students may register for spring and January term classes online according to the following schedule.
This session is open for any student interested in attending law school, whether at Liberty or elsewhere. Lunch will be provided, so please RSVP to email@example.com!
Located in the tent on the Derthick Commons
Go to Gettysburg, NY, and Concord next May…
Think you may want to do your own research project? Come to the informational meeting about mentored research to learn more about how to get involved. The event is Tuesday, […]
Tuesday, Oct. 27, at 7 p.m. in Hyder Auditorium
11:30a at the B. D. Phillips Memorial Building.
Submissions must be received at the Welshimer Library no later than 1 p.m., Oct. 23
Pick up an application in CASE.
More dates added…
Pick-up your cap and gown at the event!
To schedule your appointment, stop by the Registrar’s Office (Derthick 103) or call 423.461.8788.
Oct. 13-15, featuring Dr. Stephen Loyd, M.D., associate professor of medicine at Quillen
From 5-8 p.m. Students will meet in Hardin Hall, room 103
Submit by 1p on Oct. 23
Stop by the Registrar’s Office (Derthick 103) or call 423.461.8788
Deadline: Monday, Dec. 14