The coronavirus (COVID-19) has impacted our campus in many ways. Our faculty and students are finishing the semester through online learning. Our employees are working from home. Our events have been cancelled. Life is very different. But what is not different is our mission that as a Christian liberal arts university, we seek to honor God by educating men and women to be servant-leaders. This page summarizes some of the ways that Milligan is helping the response to COVID-19 through acts of servant-leadership.
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Ways Milligan Buffs are Helping
While apart, Milligan’s engineering faculty and students have set up home labs to produce face shields to serve as…
Posted by Milligan on Tuesday, April 7, 2020
Many thanks to @MilliganCollege for their generous donation! We’re fortunate to have your support and the expertise of many talented alumni on our team. Thank you for all you do for our region! https://t.co/wNfuwl8DQq
— Ballad Health (@BalladHealth) March 31, 2020
We want to thank Milligan Teacher Education Programs for compiling creative ways our education alumni and…
Posted by Milligan on Monday, March 30, 2020
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So proud of my Milligan students, especially Chase McGlamery who has been delivering meals to Johnson County school students at their homes…he sent this story to WJHL-TV but humbly did not mention his own contribution: https://t.co/6mxk2gHCQU
— Lightbourne Creative (@LightbourneC) April 4, 2020
Ready to enhance your Zoom meetings? Show your Milligan pride and transform your Zoom virtual background into your favorite view from our gorgeous campus!
Posted by Milligan on Wednesday, April 1, 2020