Come to the SUB7 on Tuesday October 25th at 7:30 p.m. to join in a campus conversation focused on the election. There will be a selection of professors that will […]
Monday October 24th (today) 8:00pm in Webb lobby. Contact Samual Bratton with any questions firstname.lastname@example.org
The SGA Junior class representatives have put together a tailgating event tonight before the men’s soccer game. 6:30-8:30pm FOB parking lot Cornhole tournament starts at 6:30pm
Get your throwing arm ready and come to Pardee Lawn between 2:00pm-4:30pm today for a chance to drop some faculty and staff in the cold water. Sponsored by SGA Senior […]
Come to McGlothlin-Street Occupational Therapy Center now located in the Thompson Center on Emmanuel Hill on Friday, November 11, at 9 a.m. to get information about the Master of Science in Occupational Therapy (M.S.O.T.) program.
SGA class representatives are sponsoring a week of activities to celebrate Homecoming and the Sesquicentennial. Monday: SGA Executives plan Apple Fest outside of Hart 7-9pm Tuesday: Freshman class sponsors s’mores […]
BIG BUFF WEEKEND Friday and Saturday!
There will be popcorn and a great movie. Hope to see you all there!
Try Power Yoga, Mondays, 5:15p at the Wellness Center.
Enjoy many activities such as a theater performance, art exhibitions, and a parade.
Upperclassmen Housing Cookout, Monday, Oct. 10th Free Burgers and Hotdogs! 5-6:30 on the Village Lawn
Friday Oct. 7th Downtown Asheville Depart @1PM Return @9:30 Pm Cost: $5/person Bring money for dinner Space is limited RSVP to email@example.com
Thursday Oct. 6th Hike Linville Falls, NC And Downtown Boone Depart @ 9:00 AM Return @ 5:00 PM Cost: $5/person Pack a snack Bring money for lunch
Just a reminder the Gilliam Wellness Center will close on Wednesday, Oct. 5th at 6 PM. We will reopen at the normal time on Sunday, Oct. 9th at 3 PM.
Looking for something to do over fall break? Christian artist Phil Wickham will be in concert Thursday, Oct 6, @ 7pm at Celebration Church in Blountville. Also appearing are Stars […]
Look back at the 150 years of Milligan!
SGA leadership has decided to postpone tonight’s meeting to allow as many students as possible to attend My 2 Words.
Join us for the first My 2 Words of the year! Sam Bratton, Carissa Limiero, and Gabe Logan will be sharing their stories.
The Women Is Required To Pay (TWIRP) begins this coming Sunday with the following schedule: o Sunday………….Build your own sundae in SUB7 7:00pm—8:00pm afterwards head over to vespers Cost: Free […]
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Power yoga offers an excellent way to tone and strengthen muscles, increase heart rate, and burn calories
Attend the Information Session on Monday, August 15, from 12:15 to 1:00 pm in the cafe Annex.
Now under “Resources” tab
The bookstore will begin summer semester textbook returns starting July 8
Open to senior and their families.
Starting Monday, May 2, the center will operate under our summer hours schedule. Those hours of operation are: Daily hours: 1) Monday and Wednesday 2-6pm 2) Tuesday, Thursday and Friday […]
Come enjoy the free concert by Heard Mentality and Heritage in the Gregory Center at 7:30 on April 30!
The 29th Annual Festival of One Act Plays is an event you don’t want to miss!
Today President Greer announced the launch of a ‘green’ initiative overhauling our campus infrastructure.
Come enjoy the free concert at 7:30 p.m. in Seeger Chapel.
The cafeteria will close at 2 p.m. to set up for the connections banquet.
Dinner will be served in the grill from 5-7 p.m.
Come enjoy all kinds of art made by Milligan students!
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 baseball team against the University of Cumberlands on April 19, and get free food!
Come see the Milligan Orchestra’s performance on Saturday, April 16, at 7:30 p.m. in Seeger Chapel.
More photos of That Big Party available.
On Tuesday, April 19, come support students presenting their research and listen to a faculty lecture by professor Ted Thomas.
The evening will be dedicated to the talent of our seniors, who can sign up by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or in Sutton lobby (just look for the sheet).
The annual student appreciation dinner will be on Thursday, April 14, from 5-7 p.m. in the cafeteria.
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Today’s schedule at a glance
Many SFPs available from April 11-15!
The library will host the Edible Books Festival on Monday and Tuesday, April 11-12. You can submit your creations or come judge the entries.
Prepare for the change of schedule of the Gilliam Wellness Center to summer hours starting on Monday, May 2.