May 19, 2021 at 10:15am

 "Today marks the beginning of your independent life."

Commencement has a very special and symbolic significance. By definition, it means initiation, inception, or a time when something begins, and for the Millikin University graduating Class of 2021, it meant taking the next step.

April 8, 2021 at 12:45pm

Event serves as introduction and review of topics related to LGBTQ+ community

The Millikin University campus community recently celebrated Women's History Month throughout the month of March with a variety of events and notable speakers. The celebration honored women empowerment and reflected on the contributions women have made and continue to make.

April 6, 2021 at 2:00pm

"We focus on social justice issues and offer that outlet to the Black community"

Eva Anthony, a senior criminal justice major from Carbondale, Ill., and president of Millikin University's Black Student Union (BSU) describes the student organization as an "outlet" for the Black and African-American students and faculty on Millikin's campus.

March 22, 2021 at 10:30am

No tuition increase for Fall 2021

Millikin University has announced plans to return to an in-person academic experience for the fall 2021 semester allowing students, faculty and staff to take full advantage of the university's on-campus Performance Learning model. Additionally, residence halls will return to standard double-occupancy assignments and campus dining will continue to offer in-person dining and spaced seating.

March 1, 2021 at 11:45am

Millikin to highlight critical role of women in all aspects of society throughout March

The Millikin University campus community will celebrate Women's History Month throughout the month of March with a variety of events and notable speakers. Millikin's celebration will not only honor women empowerment, but also reflect on the contributions women have made and continue to make.

February 25, 2021 at 1:15pm

Celebrating over a century of Black students, faculty and staff at Millikin University

Join us in celebrating over a century of Black students, faculty and staff at Millikin University. As a part of Millikin University's Black History Month Celebration, we share stories of moments in Black history at Millikin with this chronological timeline that is narrated by current Black students and staff, as well as our University President.

February 12, 2021 at 12:45pm

"Millikin is what you make it."

Millikin University senior criminal justice major and Carbondale (Ill.) native Eva Anthony did not intend on attending college in her home state, let alone a small private institution like Millikin. Now four years later, she has made waves throughout her time on campus because of leadership and Performance Learning opportunities.

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