Delta Mu Delta
Delta Mu Delta is a business honor society that recognizes and encourages academic excellence of students at qualifying colleges and universities to create a DMD community that fosters the well-being of its individual members and the business community through life-time membership. Membership in DMD is open to junior & senior Tabor students with a GPA of 3.5 or higher. Learn more about Delta Mu Delta here. For more information about the Xi Sigma Chapter at Tabor School of Business, contact the Dean's office.
Click here to learn more about Collegiate DECA and how you can get involved!
Tabor Living-Learning Community
Living in a Learning Community will provide you with the opportunities to be in a close-knit community of learners focusing your major or passions into your life within the residence hall. Learning Communities bring University learning into the everyday lives of students. These communities offer special programming in the residence hall and opportunities to interact with Millikin faculty through special programming like Cake and Current Events, Last Chance Lecture Series, Faculty and Staff Teas, Faculty and Staff Sponsorship programs, and Cultural Chats and Cookies. Students in Learning Communities are able to further develop a sense of being connected with the campus community, and long-term success at Millikin University.
Growing Your Network
We encourage our students to get involved in activities that help them to understand more deeply their chosen profession and that allows for professional networking. There are many professional organizations and associations that offer student members. For more information click below.
The Tabor Internship Program has a great history of offering students the beneficial opportunity to practice skills and to apply theories learned in the classroom and to enhance professional development beyond the regular instruction in their major field of study. This program includes opportunities in all majors: Accounting, Business Management, Digital Media Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Information Systems, and International Business. For more information the Tabor Internship Program click below.
Millikin Microfinance Fund
The mission of The Millikin Microfinance Fund is
- To bring positive social change to the Dominican Republic by using microfinance and business consulting to support women entrepreneurs in poor economic situations
- To provide an international, educational opportunity for the Millikin community.
For more Information on the Millikin Microfinance Fund click below.
Tabor Investment Portfolio
The Tabor Investment Portfolio (TIP) is a student-managed investment portfolio of securities, managed under the guidance and supervision of the independent Board of Directors, the Managing Director (Dr. Tatiana Isakovski), and the Dean of the Tabor School of Business.The TIP serves as an educational vehicle with a focus on student-centered learning through performance and professional success. For more information on the TIP click below.
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)
Millikin business students power our Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, in which we file income taxes for low-income families in the local community free of charge, while students gain practical real-world experience. For more information on VITA click below.