Res Hall Check-In
- NEW STUDENTS should arrive Saturday, August 25, between 8:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. Stop first at the Student Center to check-in and then go to your dorm. Read more »
- RETURNING STUDENTS check in Sunday, August 26, from 1 to 4 p.m. Students who arrive prior to their designated time will have a daily charge and must be pre-approved by the Dean of Students (423.461.8760). Returning students who arrive earlier than this will NOT be permitted to say in the residence halls unless they are involved in a school-related activity that requires them to arrive earlier and they have been approved by Residence Life. Read more »
NEW STUDENTS must participate in Matriculation on Saturday, August 25, 7:45 p.m. (Seeger Chapel, upper level, families invited). Matriculation is a longstanding tradition where new students officially “sign in” to the records of the college. This program is mandatory for all new students of the college. We invite all families of incoming students to attend this formal ceremony in which students join the Milligan community. Nice attire (no shorts) requested.
Dessert reception will follow the matriculation ceremony and all are invited.
New Online Check-In
All students enrolled in traditional undergraduate programs must check-in online before classes begin. Read more »
Classes begin on Tuesday, August 28.
Academic Calendar: Click here to view the Academic Calendar for the year (fall break, holidays, etc.), as well as other course schedule information.
Computer Support & FREE Microsoft Office
Your my.milligan.edu email address entitles you to one free copy of Microsoft Office and one free Windows operating system upgrade. Click here to learn more »
If you need help accessing your Milligan account or email, visit it.milligan.edu, or visit the Kegley Computer Center, located in the lower level of the McMahan Student Center.
Emergency Alert System
Students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to sign up (free) for the RAVE Alert mass notification system, which sends instant text and email alerts about emergency and crisis situations, including weather‐related schedule changes.
Sign up here once you have received your Milligan ID and login information. After opening the link, click on Register and enter your network ID (for students this is the ID you received containing the first four letters of your last name followed by four numbers; for faculty and staff this is your Milligan username) and password. From there you can follow the steps to complete your registration for the types of notifications you wish to receive. If you have problems registering for the service or have any questions, please contact the IT Help Desk at 423.461.8704 or email@example.com.
Express Books Enrollment
Express Books is a preorder system that allows Milligan College students to reserve their textbooks and have them waiting for pickup. Textbooks will be available for pickup on August 25. This service eliminates any concern about when and how books will be purchased. You may decline any reserved book at the time of pick-up. Click here for more information or to enroll »
Milligan offers access to Maytag laundry equipment in several on-campus laundry facilities. You may use either quarters or a prepaid laundry card. To save time and money, you can purchase your laundry card in advance for a reduced rate. Click here to learn more »
Mailbox & Post Office Information
|To receive mail on-campus, you must rent a PO Box online (enter 37682 and scroll down to find “Milligan College”). Mail is not delivered to residence halls. Any regular mail addressed to students and received by the college will be returned to sender.|
|Postal Mail SENT
via POST OFFICE:
|Packages sent U.P.S.
OR other ground service:
PO Box #
Milligan College, TN 37682Click here to rent a PO Box »
|Student’s Name, C/O Milligan College Physical Plant
Student’s Residence Hall and Room Number,
130 Richardson Road,
Milligan College, TN 37682
You must register your vehicle at registration (no cost but required). Have the following information when you register: license tag/plate number, color, make, model, and year of your vehicle(s). There is a $100 fine for not registering a vehicle or not displaying a sticker. See the vehicle policy in the Student Handbook for details on vehicle and parking policy.
New Online Check-In
All students enrolled in traditional undergraduate programs must check-in online before classes begin.
- New students will check-in after arrival in August.
- Returning students may check-in prior to arrival.
- Graduate and ADCP students are not required to check-in online but should have their student accounts settled prior to the first day of class.
Self-Service will be open for registration and schedule changes through Friday, August 24.
The online check-in process includes vehicle registration, submission of immunization records (new students only), notice of intent to graduate forms, and updates to profile information in Self-Service.
Students who have not completed the financial aid process and submitted immunization records and required transcripts by 5 p.m. Monday, August 27, will have their registration cancelled and not allowed to attend classes. Check with your Student Financial Services counselor today to see what you need to do!
In order to re-enroll, students will have to satisfactorily resolve all issues and will be assessed a $100 re-enrollment fee.
- Click here to view the Academic Calendar for the year, as well as other course schedule information »
Seniors who plan to graduate in December 2018 must take Senior Majors Exams in Fall 2018 and those who plan to graduate in May 2019 must take their exams in Spring 2019. The Director of Testing will email students to schedule testing dates.
CREDIT BY EXAM
Official AP and CLEP score transcripts will be evaluated by the Director of Testing. Credit will be granted according to the policies established by the Milligan Academic Committee and outlined in the Testing Services section of the Milligan catalog.
- If you took an AP exam and requested an official score report to be sent to Milligan College, applicable credit should be applied to your Milligan transcript by your first day of classes.
- CLEP exams may be taken at any authorized CLEP testing site and score reports sent to Milligan College. Credit for CLEP exams will not be granted after a student has earned a cumulative total of 64 hours of college credit.
Requirements for exams are subject to change upon the recommendation of the Academic Committee. If you have any questions regarding AP or CLEP credit, please contact Cindy Wymer, Director of Testing, at 423.461.8415.
Milligan College encourages any student who has taken a minimum of two years of high school French, German, or Spanish to take the language placement tests (check schedule for details). These tests will determine the level of language study for which you are prepared. Brush up on what you already know so that you might have the opportunity to enroll in the intermediate level rather than the elementary level. All students seeking the Bachelor of Arts degree must earn credit through the intermediate level of a language.
Transfer students who have not completed a math class must take a mathematics proficiency examination during Welcome Week in August. Performance on the proficiency examination determines placement in MATH 090, Math Strategies for College Success. Students who must complete the exam will be notified over the summer.
Student Account, Grades, & Student Records (FERPA)
Students can view information about their academic record and student account in the college’s student records database (Self-Service) using the i.d. and password assigned, along with their date of birth and system i.d. given to the students by the Information Technology department. Among the information available to the students are semester class schedules, the college catalog, mid-term and final grades, unofficial transcripts, and charges and credits to the student’s account.
Parents who claim students as “dependent” for income tax purposes may view students’ grades by encouraging the student to complete a FERPA form available on Milligan’s website or in the Registrar’s Office. This form authorizes grades to be mailed to parents and/or other types of communication.
For additional information, contact the Registrar’s Office at 423.461.8788.
Interested in studying abroad? Start planning for the Spring Semester now! Availability is limited, so get your application in early during the fall semester.
Because Milligan College is a member of the CCCU, a national association of over 100 Christian colleges and universities, numerous off-campus learning opportunities are available.
Besides the CCCU programs, Milligan College offers the Humanities Summer Study Tour. In addition, through an agreement with CAPA International Education, Milligan offers the PCCIS Semester and Summer programs in London. Classes are held on the campus of Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, part of the University of London.
Milligan also partners with the Disney College Program in Orlando, FL, which offers business and hospitality courses alongside experiential learning. Information and application materials are available in the office of the Vice President for Academic Affairs.
Milligan’s two libraries, P. H. Welshimer Library and the Seminary Library, offer a welcoming atmosphere with both individual and group study spaces, friendly staff, and excellent resources. Learn more at library.milligan.edu.
Grad School Prep Class – sign up now!
Milligan encourages students who are considering graduate school (any program, at any institution) to take Strategies for Graduate School Acceptance, a 1-credit hour course offered in the fall semester. The course meets on Mondays from 1-1:55 p.m. beginning Sept. 10. Learn more about:
- graduate school admissions process
- options for graduate school and types of degrees
- how to research qualifications, requirements, and timelines for admission
- how to determine the best program to fit your needs
- options to finance and pay for grad school
- testing strategies for standardized testing
- practice writing an essay typically required for grad school acceptance
- skills and behaviors for successful admission interviews
For more information, email Jenni Duran.
Welcome home! At Milligan, Residence Life is about so much more than where you sleep at night. It’s about building a community and creating an environment that helps you to grow emotionally, physically, and spiritually. It’s about who you are and who God is creating you to be!
RESIDENCE HALL CHECK-IN: NEW STUDENTS
New residence hall students are expected to arrive Saturday, August 25, between 8:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. The Student Orientation Staff will be on duty to “lend you a hand” as you move into your room during these hours. Residence Life Staff will be on hand to check you in to your new home and give you your keys. Everyone should stop at the Welcome Center in the McMahan Student Center to receive their orientation packets and important instructions prior to proceeding to the residence hall. We will have refreshing beverages located around the campus throughout the day.
RESIDENCE HALL CHECK-IN: RETURNING STUDENTS
Returning students will check in Sunday, August 26, from 1 to 4 p.m.
Students who arrive prior to their designated time will have a daily charge of $20 added to their student account. Additionally, any early arrival must be pre-approved by the Dean of Students. Returning students who arrive earlier than this will NOT be permitted to say in the residence halls unless they are involved in a school-related activity that requires them to arrive earlier and they have been approved by Residence Life.
Students desiring to enjoy the richness of living in community will want to take advantage of the variety of programming that takes place across campus. Our desire is to help students to develop excellence in character, healthy lifestyles, leadership skills and lasting friendships as they actively enter into the life of the Milligan community.
Besides getting to know your roommate, making new friends, seeing old ones, and going to Cookout at midnight, you will want to take part in the campus activities planned by students for students. Several organizations on campus offer you opportunities for spiritual growth, service, athletic competition, and fun and fellowship as you get to know other Milligan students.
CAMPUS ACTIVITIES BOARD
Campus Activities Board (CAB) is the first place to start for filling your social calendar and finding fun ways to hang out on campus and around Johnson City. We start the year off right with the annual Welcome Week. CAB partners with Student Government Association leadership to celebrate the final days of summer and the return of students on campus by experiencing local attractions such as a Drive-In movie, water fun and worship at camp, and a cookout on campus, which always includes friendly yard game tournaments with prizes.
Always the center of the action, CAB hosts numerous campus activities and social events throughout the year. There is something for everyone from film events, dances, concerts and coffeehouses, to beach trips and a day even more exciting than Christmas, Wonderful Wednesday! This year in particular you can be on the lookout for a TWIRP Week full of fun, adventurous trips, the annual Air Band competition, and much much more!
RUSH DAY is September 19 — watch for announcements. Rush Day is a great opportunity for students to get connected with clubs and organizations on campus. Local businesses also attend to give our students an idea of resources available in the community. Free samples are a sure thing at this event!
STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION
SGA is a group of hard working students dedicated to improving campus life. We are excited about the upcoming school year. Event planning is underway and we hope that you will get involved. You can expect events such as Rush Day, Homecoming week, Family Weekend, and That Big Party! On the other hand, SGA is not only about planning school functions. We are an organization that represents the student body. Whether it be academics, school programs, or spiritual formation, our team is there to support student opinion. Get ready for a year filled with spirit and excitement.
The Milligan experience is about more than getting a great education. It’s about being formed into a follower of Christ, a fully-functioning servant-leader. The Spiritual Formation Program (SFP) brings the campus community together to grow in discipleship to Jesus. In addition to academic endeavors, all traditional-age undergraduate students participate in SFP. In order to graduate, students must accumulate 150 SFP credits, which are earned by participation in Chapel services, approved service projects, and campus ministry programs such as FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes), Diversity Forums, devotional breakfasts and select community events. A calendar of qualifying SFP events is provided each semester. More details will be provided during Welcome Week.
Students interested in exploring God’s purpose for their lives will want to visit the Center for Calling and Career Development. Through the Center, students have access to tools to help them determine a major and find out more information on internships and future job opportunities. For more info, check out the Center for Calling and Career Exploration.
We love commuter students! We strive to create opportunities for our commuter students to feel at home and stay connected. All student activities are open to commuter students and we hope you’ll attend! The P.H. Welshimer Library is open late most nights for studying and research, and there are a number of lounges and other places spaced throughout campus where students can gather and spend time working on projects, eating together, or simply hanging out. Commuter students are also invited to run for office in the Student Government Association or meet other commuters on the Commuter Council.
(All traditional undergrad students at Milligan are required to live on campus. Certain exceptions apply, and they are outlined in the Student Handbook. To learn more about living off-campus, contact the Office of Student Development at 423.461.8760.)
The Counseling Center’s mission is to provide mental health counseling services at no cost for Milligan College students, faculty, and staff as a way to further enhance Milligan College’s Christian community of caring by providing a level of professional care that promotes emotional well-being, spiritual growth, academic success, multicultural diversity, and healthy interpersonal relationships. Milligan’s counseling service is able to assess, make recommendations, and provide short-term counseling for interpersonal and personal issues. The counseling relationship is one which gives the students support and assistance. Areas of difficulty or questions which might be considered in counseling include social, academic, and personal issues. The service is, with very limited exceptions, confidential; the counselor will explain those exceptions at the outset. There is no additional fee for the counseling service. Appointments with the counseling service can be arranged by call 423.461.8500 or email CounselingCenter@milligan.edu.
Milligan offers a continuous service meal plan provided by Pioneer College Caterers. All students must bring proper Milligan I.D. to enter the dining hall or be prepared to pay the standard line rate. The meal plan allows students to trade 25 meals per semester at the Student Center Snack Bar, more commonly called “The Grill.”
Students may also purchase a “Snack Bar Plus (SBP)” account. This account is available to all students. Residential students can add a SBP account to their standard meal plan on or before registration. This account allows students to grab a quick snack or meal at their convenience with the ease of using a prepaid credit line. The SBP account provides a $50 meal credit line at the grill for an additional charge of $40 to your meal plan. This 20% bonus credit is only available with meal plans purchased on or before registration. Additionally, if students want to add to their credit line, they may do so at any time after registration either in the cafeteria or the grill with a 10% bonus credit.
- Sick trays are available with a note of approval from a resident director, resident assistant, or college nurse.
- “Green on the Go.” If you are on the meal plan and can’t make certain meal times due to class or work schedules, sign up for this program. You can stop by the cafeteria and pack your meal in a recycled container.
- Special diets can be accommodated. Please provide the cafeteria in advance with an outline of your dietary needs.
- Nutritional awareness program. A booklet is available to explain the program and help you make sound choices concerning your diet and health.
Monday through Friday: Continuous service from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Saturday: Brunch: 10:30-1:00; Dinner: 6-7
Sunday: Continental Breakfast: 8-9; Lunch: 11:45-1:45; Dinner: 6-7
QUESTIONS? Mark Henry, Food Service Director, 423.461.8439, firstname.lastname@example.org. Or visit www.milligan.edu/student-life/#food-dining.
The nurse-directed, campus clinic is located in the Gilliam Wellness Center (423.461.8667) with hours of operation Monday through Friday, 9:00am – 2:00pm. The campus nurse is available for emergencies, minor illnesses and injuries, and health consultations as well as referral to outside physicians and medical facilities if needed. Students are expected to report any major illnesses or injuries to the campus nurse. For a list of off-campus care options if the clinic is closed, visit www.milligan.edu/student-life/#health-wellness. For emergencies, dial 911.
Campus Safety & Security
Campus safety and security are of utmost importance to Milligan’s faculty, staff, and administration. The Annual Security and Fire Safety Report, which contains important information regarding campus security policies and procedures, as well as the reporting and information required by the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act, the Tennessee College and University Security Information Act of 1989 and the Federal Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act is available on the safety and security section of the Milligan website at http://www.milligan.edu/student-life/#safety-security. Paper copies of the report are available from the Director of Security/Title IX Coordinator (423.461.8740) or the Dean of Students Office (423.461.8760).
Student Development at Milligan College seeks to promote faith, learning and living through Residence Life, Campus Activities, Career Development, and Campus Ministry. Activities and services are open to residential students and commuters. To view the Student Handbook or other Student Development resources, visit www.milligan.edu/student-life.
Be in the Know
CLUBS & ACTIVITIES
RUSH DAY is September 19. It’s your chance to get out there and see all the clubs and organizations there are to be a part of. There is something for everyone, but remember, if you don’t see it–start it!
MUSIC ENSEMBLES & PRIVATE LESSONS
All Milligan students are eligible to participate in music ensembles and music lessons. Join one of our great vocal ensembles (Women’s Chorale, Concert Choir, Heard Mentality) or our fabulous orchestra. Or you can learn a new instrument by signing up for lessons (guitar, cello, violin, etc.). You can even take classes to learn to read music (MUSC 141: Basic Music Reading Skills). Participating in music is a great break from your studies and a wonderful way to make friends. Learn more at www.milligan.edu/music.
Instrumental Ensembles (instruments provided free of charge)
- Wind Ensemble (register for MUSC 188-001) .5 credit
- Guitar Ensemble (register for MUSC 188-002) .5 credit
- Orchestra (register for MUSC 192) 1 credit
- Women’s Chorale (register for MUSC 183) 1 credit
- Concert Choir (register for MUSC 184) 1 credit
- All instruments (guitar, piano, flute, etc.) and voice
For more information, contact Dr. Kellie Brown
JOIN THE STAMPEDE
Be part of The Stampede, Milligan’s student-run news service. News, commentary and opinion, photography, video — in print, online and TV. We’re looking for writers, producers, editors, TV anchors, photographers, videographers, bloggers. Whether you want to contribute occasionally or be a regular staff member, you’ll find a place in the Stampede. Open to all students and optional academic credit is available. For more information, contact Professor Jim Dahlman, faculty adviser (email@example.com, phone 423.461.8994).
Gain experience in live video streaming broadcasts! Students may sign up for Comm 195-Stream Team for 1 to 3 credit hours. Students can volunteer if they don’t have room to add more hours to their schedule. We are looking for students that wish to be a part of the production team: operate cameras, graphics, direct, produce, line up halftime interviews, provide commentary (play by play or color) for athletic games such as Men’s and Women’s basketball, Soccer, Volleyball and Women’s Softball and Men’s Baseball. We also stream various campus specialty events that occur during the semester. If you are interested in more information about this opportunity please contact Dr. Carrie Beth Swanay at firstname.lastname@example.org. Office lower level of Paxson Communications Center, Office Number 423.461.8795.
WUMC is Milligan’s student operated campus radio station. The station broadcasts a variety of content including music, comedy, talk, live sports, live music and more! WUMC is broadcast on 90.5FM and is streamed online at milliganradio.com.
Shows are open to all students, and no prior experience is necessary. More details on how to sign up and the complete show lineup will be available in the fall at milliganradio.com. You can also follow WUMC on Facebook (WUMC Milligan College Radio) or Twitter (@milliganradio).
The Honors Welcome Dinner for new and returning Honors Program students will be the first week of school at President Greer’s House at Tara Court (watch for announcements). For more information about the Honors Program, visit www.milligan.edu/honors.
Payment Due Before Classes Start
All financial aid processes should be completed and the remaining balance paid before the first day of class. Registration will be cancelled for students who have not completed ALL financial aid processes AND paid the balance due by the registration cancellation date. See the Milligan Catalog for more details.
BEFORE FIRST DAY OF CLASS
The following should be completed before the first day of class:
- Pay entire balance due or enroll in the Tuition Payment Plan
- Sign and return award letter
- Complete master promissory note
- Complete on-line entrance interview for first time borrowers
- Return all documents requested for verification, if applicable
- Submit pre-approval for alternative loans
- Submit final high school transcript
- Complete Parent Plus loan application, if applicable
- Communicate to SFS all payments expected from VA or 529 savings plans
This is not an exhaustive list of tasks which might need to be completed. See your SFS counselor about your specific situation.
Any student with an unpaid balance at the end of the day on the registration cancellation date will have their registration cancelled and will no longer be allowed to attend classes. In order to re-enroll, students will have to satisfactorily resolve all financial issues and will be assessed a $100 re-enrollment fee.
Milligan offers an interest-free payment plan that is an easy, affordable way to pay for the year’s charges (not covered by other aid). You can also pay with cash, checks, credit/debit cards, or make payments online.
For a complete list of charges, visit Student Financial Services »
If you have accepted work-study on your award letter, you will receive a work-study contract during the summer. Wages earned through work-study positions are paid twice monthly. If you have any questions about your work-study award, contact Student Financial Services at 800.447.4880.
If you have questions about your work-study job assignment, please contact the Scholarship Director at 423.461.8483.
Check Your Email for Notifications
Your Milligan College email account is used regularly to notify you of important information regarding your financial aid and/or student account.
Complete policies and detailed information regarding financial aid and student accounts can be found in the college Catalog.
Checklist for New Students
☑ JULY 1: Roommate and housing assignments are mailed to new students IF all paperwork has been completed and deposit paid.
☑ AUG 1: Immunization Form due. No roommate assignments until completed. All students are required by law to submit a completed Health and Immunization Record prior to attending classes.
☑ AUG 25: Check in to your residence hall Saturday, August 25, between 8 a.m. and 12 noon. Commuter check-in is Aug 25 at 5:30 pm. Read more »
☑ AUG 25: Attend a 15-minute Wellness Center orientation at the Gilliam Wellness Center. 10am-5pm starting every 30 minutes. Bring your Milligan ID.
☑ AUG 25: Complete online check-in. All traditional undergraduate students must check-in before classes begin. See details above in Registration section »
☑ AUG 27: Pay & finalize all financial aid before the first day of class to avoid having your registration cancelled. Read more »
☑ AUG 28: Classes start. View the Academic Calendar for the year (fall break, holidays, etc.), as well as other course schedule information.
And Everything Else You Need to Know to Help with Your Transition (or almost everything…)
So by now you probably feel like you have a pretty good handle on the logistical details, but that still doesn’t answer the question of “What do I really need to bring?” and “Is there anything to do in East Tennessee?” Well, where you have questions, we have answers. Here are some helpful words of wisdom to aid in your transition to Milligan.
- Pack light! You really don’t need to pack everything you own, we promise! Check out the Residence Life page to see a list of items that you might need to bring. If you need a moving truck to get here, then you are probably bringing way too much stuff.
- Bring an umbrella! Or a raincoat (or those cute rainboots you have needed an excuse to buy!). Now, we need to be clear on this one. Rain is not something that happens every day around here–oftentimes the sun is shining and all you will want to do is study outside–however, for those days when it does rain, walking to class can be kind-of-less-than-pleasant if you are not properly prepared. And profs probably won’t accept “I forgot my umbrella…in California” as an excuse for you to turn in a rain smeared paper.
- Be prepared to study! Start good habits early–as in the first week of class! With all the transitions necessary to come to college, your first year of classes can be a REAL challenge. The suggested study time is two hours for every credit hour you are in class. Use the planner we give you and create a study schedule as soon as you get your syllabi. You won’t regret it.
- Don’t panic! The transition to college takes time. You may get a couple of poor test scores at the beginning and you may not make your BFF for life in your first week. People adjust to college at different rates. If you’re struggling in a class, talk to your professor or find one of our free tutors. If you’re feeling lonely, join an activity until you find one that fits! And never hesitate to seek out a faculty or staff member to talk.
- Be creative with your free time! As we all know, eating out all of the time and going to the movies two nights each weekend will EVENTUALLY cause your budget to dry out–probably sooner than later. So be creative with what you do with your time. There are ALWAYS fun things going on around campus, so stick around and be a part of what makes Campus Life such an incredible part of the Milligan experience. Or, if you just need to get off campus, then go camping in the mountains, or pack up a picnic and head to the lake. There is so much to do around here that will not empty your bank account. Take advantage of all of the great things this community has to offer!
- Get involved! It is not a secret that many companies are looking to hire individuals who are well-rounded and show leadership abilities. A liberal arts education provides you with amazing opportunities to develop as a person. You have made the right choice of schools; now it is time to take full advantage of what a liberal arts education has to offer. Campus Life offers a myriad of socialization and leadership opportunities. Too many students go through college without meeting new friends, without becoming a member of a social or service organization, and without an appreciation for their alma mater. Budget your time to include social events, church involvement, Bible studies, and physical exercise.
- Take pride in your school! Plan to see a few games while you are on campus. With over 20 competitive men’s and women’s athletic teams, there is always something to cheer for! Your classmates appreciate your support, so whether it’s soccer, basketball, baseball, or a host of others, get out there and root for your school. This is also a great opportunity for you to see faculty and staff members in a more casual setting, cheering right along with you!
- It is OK if you do not have a car! Some students survive four years without one. Cars are expensive to maintain and can quickly diminish your cash flow. Not having one forces you to meet other people by finding rides home for break, to church, the mall, etc.
- Ask questions! When you need help, if you are getting behind in your studies, if you do not understand something that is going on in your residence hall, ask someone about it. Do not fear–there is no such thing as a bad question and this community wants to help you.
All students at Milligan are expected to uphold the expectations and responsibilities for student lifestyles at Milligan College. Milligan College adopts specific rules on the basis of the belief that God’s Word, as the final rule of faith and practice, speaks on many matters pertaining to personal conduct. Therefore, behavior that conflicts with Scripture is unacceptable. Historically, communities also have developed guidelines that help put into practice basic moral and social principles. Such standards serve as a guide toward worthwhile goals relevant to one’s academic, spiritual, social, and physical well-being.
Students should consult the Student Handbook for further guidance regarding acceptable personal lifestyle and conduct while enrolled at Milligan College. A student’s matriculation and enrollment at Milligan College is their pledge to uphold the policies and expectations outlined in the Student Handbook and Catalog.