August 14, 2019 at 10:30am

First-year students get early access to realities of college

When new students can prepare for the realities of college before the start of classes, it helps make the transition from high school easier. The EDGE program at Millikin University has played a huge role in making the transition seamless for hundreds of students thanks to the work of faculty, staff and EDGE mentors.

May 13, 2019 at 10:30am

Studying with a Fresh Perspective

With finals week upon us, Millikin students are actively preparing and studying for exams. Whether you are a first-year student or you are about to graduate, finals week can be a busy and stressful time.

March 14, 2019 at 9:30am

2019 Civic Discourse Week looks at "How Trauma Affects our Community: A Thoughtful Examination"

In the midst of an increasingly diverse array of perspectives, civic discourse helps demonstrate our shared responsibility to one another, our commitment to our systems and our willingness to choose to elevate the conversation.

December 6, 2018 at 10:45am

Millikin's 85th annual Cookie Party gives students a boost before finals

As the fall semester winds down and students at Millikin University gear up for winter break, the campus community took part in the festivities of Millikin's annual Cookie Party – a welcoming event that celebrates the holiday season and helps students take a break from the stresses of final exams.

September 20, 2018 at 10:30am

Job and Internship Fair attracts ambitious Millikin students

With 33 employers and a variety of companies represented, including those in accounting, health care, and nonprofit organizations, the Millikin University Fall Job and Internship Fair, held on Sept. 12, was a great opportunity for students to gather career information, learn about internships and full-time jobs, and network with employers.

September 7, 2018 at 3:30pm

This is our time; Millikin is our place. Welcome to the faces of 2022

August 27, 2018 at 3:30pm

Volleyball Team Captain flourishing as a student and leader

During Emily Seegmiller's senior year of high school she was looking for two aspects in a university while searching for schools to attend. First, she knew she wanted to continue her volleyball career, and two, she wanted a small school that would allow her to connect with her classmates and professors. 

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