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Tuesday, 7p, Gregory, SFP event
Starting today, all schedule changes must be processed using the attached schedule change form.
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Do the news media really “get” religion?
And how can you get your voice out there?
1-hour elective to help you optimize performance in all areas of life.
The Stampede is Milligan’s student-led source for news, info, and ideas…
FREE online educational tools and Films on Demand…
Cleaning Checklist Design Scholarship This graphic design-centric scholarship asks you to create a cleaning checklist that would be useful to someone moving out of a dorm or apartment. You might […]
Learn about Emmanuel Christian Seminary and enjoy a free spaghetti dinner Monday, April 27, at 6 p.m. This event was originally scheduled for April 20.
Dr. William Turner’s visit to Milligan has been postponed until fall 2015. A noted sociologist Dr. William Turner will come to Milligan on Monday, April 20, to speak in classrooms […]
A new course, HPXS 120 Ballroom/Latin Dancing, will be offered in fall 2015. 1 credit hour
The May biology trip is going to northern California for two week, May 9-24. The brochure, with itinerary and cost, is available here. Interested students can contact Dr. Gary Wallace […]
Please join Milligan College’s Occupational Therapy program and ETSU’s Speech and Language Pathology program for the 5th annual Dance-A-Thon Where: V.O. Dobbins Community Center Kingsport, TN When: Saturday March 28th, […]
Jeremy S Duncan Memorial Scholarship, Gabrielle R Jones Memorial Scholarship, & Wendy I Walstrom Memorial Scholarship. Scholarship applicants should submit an essay describing what they believe to be their life’s […]
Brain Awareness Week (BAW), March 16-22, is a nationwide effort organized by the Dana Alliance for Brain Initiatives and the Society for Neuroscience to promote the public and personal benefits of brain research. The […]
Scholarships Available – Apply today! Jeremy S Duncan Memorial Scholarship, Gabrielle R Jones Memorial Scholarship, & Wendy I Walstrom Memorial Scholarship. Scholarship applicants should submit an essay describing what they […]
The MassMutual Scholars Program is a national scholarship program for high achieving college students interested in pursuing careers in the insurance and financial services industry. Application and info at massmutual.scholarsapply.org. […]
On Saturday, February 7 from 12:00-5:00 pm, the Milligan College Occupational Therapy program will be staffing the Humane Society of Washington County / Friends of Lazarus Adoption Event at PetSmart […]
The Society of Leadership and Success has postponed its Induction Ceremony originally scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 2nd at 6:00pm in Hyder Auditorium. The Induction Ceremony will be rescheduled at the […]
Do we have any students planning to attend the Global Missions Health Conference next weekend, Nov. 6-8, at Southeast Christian Church in Louisville? This looks like an amazing opportunity for […]
The Graduate and Professional Studies office is planning a student appreciation event on Wednesday, November 19, in the Sutton lobby from 11-1:30. We will have (hopefully) a wheel to spin for […]
Please remember that Wednesday, October 29, 2014, is the last day to drop a class with a guaranteed grade of “W” (withdrawal; no punitive impact on GPA). Schedule change forms […]
The “Hitler Seminar” begins Tuesday afternoon, Oct 21, at 3:40 in Derthick 110. The public is welcome to hear Kelsey Achin present a paper on “Influences on Adolf Hitler in […]
SCHEDULE FOR ONLINE REGISTRATION – SPRING AND J-TERM 2015 All students (except those enrolled in ADCP Business, ADCP Child and Youth Development, and MBA programs) may register for spring and […]
Juniors enrolled in traditional undergraduate programs who plan to graduate in December 2015 or May 2016 and whose last names begin with R-Z should schedule an appointment with one of the registrars […]
Humanities Tour USA (ONE CREDIT HOUR) May 10th – May 16th, 2015 Experience the humanities in your own backyard. Stops include Washington, D.C., New York City, and Gettysburg, PA *Application […]
The Library is pleased to announce the 2nd Annual Book+Art exhibit as part of Milligan College’s 2014 Homecoming festivities (October 24-25). We are calling on all Milligan book lovers and artists to […]
Teaching applications for Spring of 2015 are due by Oct. 8, 2014.
Juniors who plan to graduate in December 2015 or May 2016 and whose last names begin with I-Q should schedule an appointment with one of the registrars for a junior check. We […]
MyLife would like to extend a $1,000 scholarship opportunity intended to help Milligan College’s current and future students who submit a winning essay. You can read about it here: http://www.mylife.com/blog/mylife-safety-essay-scholarship/.
Juniors who plan to graduate in December 2015 or May 2016 and whose last names begin with A – H should schedule an appointment with one of the registrars for […]
The library is offering research workshops ideal for transfer students, new students not taking Comp 111, and graduate students Librarian Mary Jackson will offer an overview of library resources available to […]
The last day to add mentored research (499) is Tuesday, Aug. 26. Act fast! Contact Joy Drinnon 423.461.8661 for more information.
To check the accuracy of your class schedule, especially if you have made schedule changes, login to Self-Service. Choose “Schedule” from the tabs; then select “Student Schedule.” Choose “Fall 2014” […]
Our first music majors and minors meeting will be tomorrow, Aug. 19, at 11am in the Seeger Classroom.
Since our free coffee and tea was such a big hit last Saturday night, the library will continue to offer FREE coffee and tea until Thursday at 5:00 PM while […]