Movie Night: 42 Tuesday 9.8.20 8PM Sword Commons Lawn Hear from students about how the work and life of Chadwick Boseman affected their lives. Free snacks Bring a blanket
Grocery Bingo Tonight 7PM Sword Commons Lawn Win: Food Tide pods Gift cards Other useful items
As part of the Milligan Returns Home Fall COVID Plan, undergraduate chapel and convocation services will not occur in a typical manner. However, that does not mean that campus ministry […]
Saturday If you are on campus and looking for a relaxing activity, Campus Activities will have make your own: fridge magnets flower origami and those who enjoy coloring between the […]
A housekeeping position is available with Milligan Housekeeping. The position is open to graduate students and cleaning will occur at Emmanuel. Work hours are Monday – Friday, 6-8 p.m. if […]
This Sunday, September 6 at 1:00pm, meet in the lower SUB parking lot for the 40 minute drive to see the 50’ Elk River Falls. Great photo op and easy […]
The Milligan pool hours for the fall 2020 semester are: M: 8-11AM, 1-2:15PM T: 9-12PM, 630-8PM W: 8-11AM, 1-2:00PM, 6:30-8PM Th: 11-3PM, 6:30-8PM Fr: 8-11AM, 1-2PM These hours are subject […]
Neonatal Kitten Rescue is a 501c3 located in Johnson City that rescues orphaned & injured kittens along with nursing mothers who would not otherwise make it in shelters or on […]
The fall 2020 chapel schedule and an explanation of SFP this semester can be viewed here: SFP Explanation and Chapel Schedule F20
This fall, our theatre program will embark on developing an original, devised theatre production which will be done virtually due to the ongoing pandemic. The focus of the production will […]
AUGUST 21, 2020 Dear Milligan community, During a prayer service for racial reconciliation earlier this summer, President Greer called upon the Milligan University community to be one that resolves to […]
Milligan mourns the death of legendary coach, administrator and professor Duard Walker, who served at Milligan for 50 years from 1951-2001. Read the full release here.
The ACA partners with Kaplan Test Prep to provide current students and alumni at member institutions exclusive discounts on test prep courses for the MCAT, DAT, OAT, PCAT, GRE, LSAT, […]
The first electric vehicle charging station in Carter County, TN has been installed on Milligan’s campus. Read the full release here.
President Greer announced today undergraduate students have the option to complete their courses 100% online this fall. Read the full release here.
Milligan has cancelled the ALM event scheduled for Saturday, September 19. Learn more here.
Dr. Kellie D. Brown recently published “The Sound of Hope,” a nonfiction book released by McFarland Publishing that reflects on how music provided solace, resistance and salvation during the Holocaust […]
Milligan University President Dr. Bill Greer announced today the university’s comprehensive plan for the safe return of students for an on-campus fall semester. The plan, “Milligan Returns Home,” details the […]
Dear Milligan community, We are thankful for the community of students, faculty, staff, and alumni who care deeply about Milligan and how we can better respond to racial tensions and […]
Milligan University graduated its first class of physician assistant (PA) students this May, and these 24 graduates received a 100% first-time pass rate on the Physician Assistant National Certifying Examination […]
More than 435 students at Milligan University were named to the academic dean’s list in recognition of their academic excellence for the Spring 2020 semester. The dean’s list recognizes undergraduate students who […]
Beginning fall 2020, Emmanuel Christian Seminary at Milligan will offer a new concentration in the Master of Divinity program. The new concentration, Christian Spiritual Formation, will provide a professional course […]
Dear Milligan Community, As we previously shared, we believe that Milligan can do better to equip our community to listen to others, to empathize, to walk with, and to stand […]
Date: June 5, 2020 Dear Milligan community, This has been a week of reflection and sorrow for the tragic injustices that black people and all people of color continue to […]
Date: May 31, 2020 Dear Milligan community, Today is the last day our beloved institution will be known as Milligan College. Tomorrow, we begin a new era as Milligan University. […]
Dear Milligan community, This has been a week of reflection and sorrow for the tragic injustices that black people and all people of color continue to face. As Milligan faculty, […]
Dear Milligan community, Today is the last day our beloved institution will be known as Milligan College. Tomorrow, we begin a new era as Milligan University. Milligan College was established […]
For the third consecutive semester, students in Milligan’s area of education achieved a 100% pass rate on the edTPA assessment. edTPA is a national subject-specific assessment that is used to […]
Milligan College announced this week that it plans to have students return to campus for the fall semester. This fall will represent a historic moment as students begin the first […]
Two new graduate programs at Milligan College celebrated their first graduates this month. The Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies (PA) program graduated 24 students and the Master of Arts in Humanities (MAH) […]
Milligan College unveiled the new visual identity of the institution and its athletic programs. The new branding will be implemented once the college transitions to Milligan University on June 1, […]
For more information about Milligan’s Diversity Initiative, visit www.milligan.edu/diversity.
Milligan College administration announced the college will hold an on-campus commencement ceremony for the class of 2020 on Saturday, August 15, in Milligan’s Mary B. Martin Auditorium located in Seeger […]
This spring, the ability to present senior photography exhibits required additional creativity. On Tuesday, April 21, Milligan’s senior photography exhibits will be featured online at milligansocialdistancinggallery.com. Read the full release here.
CEA Virtual Internships Summer and Fall 2020: https://www.ceastudyabroad.com/explore/virtual-internship Virtual Internships are offered in addition to our onsite internships. Two 6-week options are available. Please see our website for further information […]
Milligan College’s newly established drumline and disc golf team have received their first commitments for fall 2020. Topher Emerine of Bristol, Tennessee, is the first signee for Milligan’s drumline. In […]
Milligan College students will present research virtually this year for the college’s seventh annual RISE Above Research Conference on Thursday, April 23. The theme for this year’s conference is “ReVision,” […]
Use this time to update and refine your resume Two virtual sessions scheduled Friday, April 17th Wednesday, April 22nd All sessions are from 1:00pm to 2:00pm EST Hosted by Alex […]
Milligan College will host a virtual campus preview day for prospective students on Saturday, April 18. On this day, prospective students can take a virtual tour of campus with student […]
Milligan College awarded its most prestigious academic scholarship, the Jeanes Honors Scholarship, to incoming freshmen Gabrielle Hammond, of Naperville, Illinois, and Evan Magness, of Johnson City, Tennessee. As the 2020 […]
Oak Ridge Institute for Science and Education (ORISE) to host Virtual Outreach Fair for college students, recent graduates in STEM On March 25, from 12 to 3 p.m. ET, the […]
On Friday, March 20, Milligan College administration announced that its transition to remote learning will be extended through the end of the spring semester. The decision was made in response […]
Marsh Regional Blood Center is requesting blood donors at this time. This is a critical need for our region as the coronavirus crisis moves forward. Find more information about their […]
The ARM Food Pantry located at 714 West C Street in Elizabethton, TN needs assistance loading groceries into cars. ARM has created a drive-up food pantry so no one gets […]
Milligan College has closed campus to external visitors and guests beginning today, March 19, through Friday, April 3. In addition, multiple on-campus events have been cancelled or postponed this spring. Additional events may […]