Millikin University's mission statement asserts our commitment to educate all our students for "democratic citizenship in a global environment." Our mission calls us to a high standard of communication, interaction, and openness.
Every year, Millikin University invites international students on campus to share their culture and to represent their country during Millikin's International Month Festival. The campus community has the opportunity to discover world cultures and hear from people of other nations.
As part of its annual celebration of International and Hispanic Heritage Month, Millikin University International Fellowship students shared their recent study abroad experiences during an event on Sept. 22 in Lower Richards Treat University Center.
Millikin University is celebrating International and Hispanic Heritage Month all throughout campus from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15. In a recent interview with WAND-TV, Jia Yujin, an English education major from China, and Aleix Garcia-Luque, from Lleida, Spain, reflected on their experiences at Millikin.
Millikin University has welcomed a new cohort of international students to campus, and the Dennis Millikin Partnership is helping provide a supportive home away from home for the international students with the launch of a Host Family Program for the fall semester.
Millikin University will host an assortment of events to observe International Month and Hispanic Heritage Month from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15.
Each year, Millikin University hosts International Month, a celebration of international students, travel and issues. The campus community has the opportunity to discover world cultures, hear from people of other nations and learn about Millikin's international travel options.
First-year international student Mehrangez Rahmatova is starting a new life at Millikin University. Rahmatova left her homeland of Tajikistan to attend high school in Hawaii at Konawaena High School as part of the U.S. State Department's Future Leader Exchange program.
Rahmatova's host mother, Pamela Wang, raised funds to bring Rahmatova back to Hawaii in January and enroll her in community college. It was at community college where Rahmatova learned about Millikin.
Students from Millikin University's School of Education and international students from the English Language Center are collaborating with a local elementary school, Johns Hill Magnet School, on an after-school program that explores culture, language and literacy. The program is called We are Different, We are Friends.