News & Events
- 06/30: Mandarin Chinese offered at Milligan, starting this fall
- 06/22: Milligan’s ITQ workshop helps teachers in STEM areas
- 06/20: JCP: New Milligan engineering program attracts 25 students, more anticipated to join before August opening
- 06/17: Pepperdine professor joins Emmanuel faculty
- 06/15: Eastman commits funds to Milligan engineering program
- 06/14: Milligan to host prospective counseling students on July 13
- 06/14: Pres. Greer named in 2016-17 Leadership Tennessee class
- 06/13: JCP: A Sesquicentennial Celebration: Milligan prepares to celebrate its 150th anniversary
- 06/09: JCP: Students win college scholarship money during Bible Bowl tournament at Milligan College
- 06/09: Milligan announces Spanish major
This summer, high school students can become a “buff” in photography, nursing, musical theatre, basketball, filmmaking and more at Milligan College’s “Be a Buff Summer Camps” in July.
Students will have the opportunity to stay on Milligan’s beautiful campus, enhance their skills, learn new techniques in their field of interest and meet other college-bound students in a supportive, Christian environment. The camp runs from July 17-22.
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Now in its 14th year, the Youth in Ministry (YiM) Student Leadership Conference at Milligan has a stellar line-up of speakers and leaders from around the country to prepare high school students to be servant leaders in their schools, communities and future careers.
Over 70 high school students from 12 states are expected for the one-week conference July 24-30 held on the college’s campus.
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Music majors and minors annual “begin the school year” meeting. Students will receive important information detailing the year’s expectations of the music major or minor.
Johnson City Symphony Orchestra will be performing its annual “beginning of the year” pops concert. Admission is free. Just bring a chair and/or food, then sit back and relax while listening to fabulous music.
A two-day music festival celebrating male choristers throughout the region. Registration is free for students of any level, $15 for adults (includes music and Saturday lunch).
Male singers of all ages are invited to a two-day choral festival led by Milligan Professor Noah DeLong along with colleagues from the ETSU choral area. Participants will join a festival chorus to learn and perform several pieces of music in a public concert. The finale will also feature performances by Heard Mentality, Milligan’s male a cappella group, as well as the Appalachian Men’s Ensemble (AMEn), the Appalachian Men’s Express, the ETSU BucsWorth Men’s Choir, and the MECCA Men.
News Releases by Year
The President's Report
- Spring Commencement 2016 Photos
- Advent Market 2015
- 8th Annual Buffalo Tales
- Homecoming 2015 Photos
- Photos: Welcome Week 2015
- Campus Work Day 2015
- Photo Gallery: Emmanuel Christian Seminary becomes part of Milligan
- Milligan welcomes students for Honors Weekend
- Rise Above Research Conference 2014
- “The Diary of Anne Frank” Rehearsal Photography
- Haiti Food Pack, by James Douglas