Millikin women's basketball prepping for 2021 season
Millikin University women's basketball is coming off its best season in 10 years after finishing 16-10 overall with a fourth place finish in the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin (CCIW) at 9-7 in 2019-20.
Saliva-based testing available to students Jan. 11, employees the week of Jan. 18
Millikin University has partnered with SHIELD Illinois to implement a COVID-19 saliva-based testing program that will be available to students beginning on Monday, Jan. 11, 2021. Millikin employees will have the capability to begin testing starting the week of Jan. 18.
How the Tabor School of Business is staying resilient during the pandemic
Our newest issue of Millikin Magazine takes an inside look at Millikin’s 16th President Dr. Jim M. Reynolds and how the university has adapted during the time of COVID-19.
To see more from the fall 2020 issue of Millikin Magazine visit millikin.edu/magazine.
Dear Millikin friends:
It’s difficult to find the appropriate words today to describe how I feel after watching the events from yesterday unfold.
Enjoy Millikin University's much-beloved tradition
For more than 60 years, Millikin University's Vespers has signaled the start of the holiday season in central Illinois. This past December, audiences virtually witnessed the much-beloved tradition featuring rousing new musical experiences and a "best of" compilation from Vespers past.
"I definitely take a lot of pride in being a local person"
College coaches are always saying that "recruiting is the lifeblood of a program." Sometimes, the recruiting process leads to hidden gems right in a coach's backyard.
Millikin musicians work with virtual composition class
Countless music educators around the world, who are faced with the realities of the COVID-19 pandemic, are finding ways to have meaningful engagement with ensembles that are musically creative.