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Charles Celli, Nurse Applicant Student

“Miller College offers evening classes, which makes it a lot easier to schedule around my full time job. The BSN program is accredited and affordable and it’s taught by teachers who gladly give individual attention to help students who learn better one-on-one. Small class sizes help, too. I really like that the program requires volunteer time.”

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Bonnie Quick, RN to BSN Student

“At 53 years old I’d been out of school for over 20 years when I considered returning for my bachelors degree. Miller College was exactly what I needed – small, close to my home and my full-time job. Another plus is that you can go at your own pace – that really helps me balance my education with the other demands of my life. Miller College is just the BEST!”

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Linda Engle, Business Administration Student

“Miller was very flexible when I applied – they were willing to recognize and reward my years of work experience. The location is convenient and the learning environment is comfortable. Just as important, a degree at Miller College is affordable!”

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Greg Flesch, Business Administration Student

“What I like most about Miller College is the easy access to the faculty. The professors and instructors are highly professional and experienced, but they don’t distance themselves from the students. They offer personal attention in and out of the classroom. All in all, Miller College provides a friendly, life-learning atmosphere.”

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Virginia MacPherson, Business Administration Student

“I’m a single parent so I needed a college close to home with flexible class scheduling. Miller offers courses that best fit my interests in business; it’s a friendly environment that has become a home away from home for me.”

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Iris McKinley, Business Administration student

“I’m a working professional and Miller College had what I was looking for in a business program – the perfect location, evening classes with convenient start and end times, and easy transfer of my credits from Kellogg Community College. Talking with an advisor convinced me that Miller was the college for me.”

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Bridgette Jones, Business Administration student

“Miller College course hours are perfect for a working mom. Shorter sessions and an evening session that runs from 4:00 to 6:40 PM have really helped maximize my time. The smaller classes at Miller give me more of the one-on-one with instructors and classmates that should make me a better job candidate.”

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  • Registration for Summer I and Summer II semesters has begun!
    Mar 25 2013

    Registration for the Summer I and Summer II semesters has begun at Miller College. Summer I classes begin May 13 and Summer II classes begin July 8, 2013.

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  • Miller College offers free film series to celebrate Women's History Month
    Mar 7 2013

    Throughout the month of March, Miller College will be offering a free Wednesday movie series featuring films: Half the Sky on March 13; The Invisible War on March 20; and Miss Representation on March 27.

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  • Miller College receives Collegiate Advertising Award for television advertising
    Feb 21 2013

    The Miller College marketing department received a Silver Collegiate Advertising Award for its 2012 television commercial directed and produced by SoundStage 1 Productions, located in Climax, Michigan.

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  • Tuition Increase beginning Summer I, 2013
    Feb 21 2013

    The tuition per credit hour for Miller College courses will be increased 4.8% effective with the courses offered in the upcoming Summer I term. The current tuition of $353.00 per credit hour will become $370.00 per credit hour.

    Please note the tuition of $370.00 per credit hour is for undergraduate tuition. Tuition cost for any master’s degree programs has not been determined as yet.

    The College remains free of any fees such as for matriculation, parking, registration, and transcripts.

    As always the College will work with students to see that their financial aid needs are met.

  • Miller College Children’s Literature Project receives local grant support
    Jan 31 2013

    The Miller College Children’s Literature Project has received grant support from the Marshall Community Foundation, the Battle Creek Community Foundation, Allegra of Battle Creek’s FootPrint Fund and The Guido A. and Elizabeth H. Binda Foundation to help with expenses associated with this annual project.

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  • Miller College faculty, Mindy Fuchs, publishes self-worth books
    Jan 28 2013

    Faculty and staff at Miller College congratulate Mindy Fuchs on the release of her three new books titled: “Cashing in Your Self - Worth”, “Investing in Your Self – Worth” and “Investing in Your Children’s Self - Worth.”

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  • Max Hardish - Academic Tutoring Hours
    Jan 15 2013

    Monday: 9:00 - 12:30
    Tuesday: 12:00 - 6:30

    See Max in the Resource Room for tutoring assistance!

  • ATTENTION NURSING STUDENTS!
    Jan 15 2013

    We are pleased to announce the following scholarship opportunities for the 2013-2014 academic year. Applications are currently available and the deadlines are in March, 2013.

    2013 Nursing Student Scholarship

    The Michigan League for Nursing, the Michigan Council of Nursing Education Administrators (MCNEA), and the Michigan Association of Colleges of Nursing (MACN) are offering a 2013 Nursing Student Scholarship to a qualified applicant. The amount of the scholarship is $1,000 and to be considered, candidates must meet the following qualifications:

    1) Currently enrolled in a Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN), Associate Degree, or Bachelor’s Degree (BSN) nursing education program;

    2) Must have successfully completed at least one nursing course with a clinical component. Successful completion is defined as a grade of a “C” or better.

    Applications for this scholarship are available in the Miller College Student Services Office and the deadline is no later than March 1, 2013. Recipients will be notified in late March, 2013.

    Lyndsay Sharp Bingaman Nursing Scholarship

    The family of Lyndsay Sharp Bingaman and the Branch County Community Foundation are pleased to announce that applications are now being accepted for the Lyndsay Sharp Bingaman Nursing Scholarship. Qualified applicants include those students who graduated from a St. Joseph County, Michigan high school who can document acceptance or attendance in a nursing program accredited by either the CCNE or NLNAC. A copy of the application is available atwww.brcofoundation.organd more information may be obtained by calling 517-278-4517. The deadline for application submission is March 22, 2013.

  • Miller College Announces Dean’s List for Fall 2012 Semester
    Jan 14 2013

    The Miller College Dean’s List for the Fall 2012 semester has been announced. Please help College faculty and staff congratulate the following students:

    Albion: Wayne A. Arnold; Shelley T. Jeryc; Vicki L. Kramer; Athens: Pamela L. Burgett; Augusta: Nichole A. Greene; Battle Creek: Christy D. Angell; Sonbol Azarbahram; Sherril N. Bailey; Sarah C. Barton; Amy R. Bell; Jennifer L. Bentley;Lynnann Berry; Tara J. Bigelow; Alexis R. Buckley; Christopher C. Burdett; Molly C. Campbell; Dan W. Cavinder; Cherie Lyn E. Celli; Jessica L. Coakes; Brian L. Cody; Crystal G. Cole; Tauna T. Crawford; Charly J. Cummins; Diane L. Cummins; Deanna L. Darnell; Kerri L. Dejonge; Sonia M. Duff; Morgan N. Edmonds; Ronald D. Elkins; Linda K. Elliston; Calvin R. Ernsberger; Denyne Y. Evans; Laurie L. Fellabaum; Kara A. Fisk; Lorene E. Frisbie;Tammy G. Gagnon; Christena A. George; Valerie L. Haiser; Barbara L. Hammons-Mairs; Kristin N. Hankinson; Max E. Hardish; Candi Hargis; Dora I. Hiramatsu; Noelle R. Hogan; Shannon N. Holt; Lenora A. Horton; Cherise S. Jackowski; Larry Johnson; Shawnda L. Johnston; Janet K. Katz; Gurjeet Kaur; Ashley L. Kelley; Judith C. Lafler; Kevin J. Laubenthal; Sarah L. Lennon;Nina M. Mathews; Pearl McNutt; Edith Mejia; Erica R. Miller; Kasandra L. Miller; Kerry L. Moore; Jermaine L. Morris; Elizabeth A. Murphy; Erin S. Myers; Holly M. O'Brien; Mark R. Olmstead; Tammi L. Opala; Chad E. Osborn; Danielle N. Pardee; Chrystal M. Porter-Rogers; John J. Poudrier; Mahogany Q. Ransey; Lindsey N. Rigel; Andrea D. Rose; Lindsay R. Rosenogle; Kristan Rudd; Michelle R. Skaggs; Alexis L. Smith; Chelsey N. Smith; Sherry L. Sofia; Garett L. Stampfler; James P. Stegenga, JR; Jenifer K. Stetson; Sharon A. Stevens; Nancy L. Taber; April L. Taylor; Stephanie M. Thornton;
    Christopher Turner; Elizabeth M. Turner; Cassandra M. Van Nortwick; Amy C. Vandybogurt; Melissa L. Walker; Bryant D. Whitmore; Leslie R. Wiley; Tiesha N. Williams; Courtney G. Wright; Robyn R. Wright; Tamara M. Wright; Jody M. Youmans.

    Bellevue: Susan E. Barnes; Linda Engle; Brenda Holmes; Robert L. McCleary; Emily E. Pier; Burlington: Jennifer L. Ellis; Maria B. Rocco;Byron Center: Kimberly A. Kilgannon; Charlotte: Courtney A. Nighbert; Climax: Pamela J. Edwards-Foy; Bethany J. Stewart; Coldwater: Martha M. Alling; Lisa R. Aviza; Angela C. Balowski; Jennifer L. Barnes; Chanelle E. Bercaw; Jamie D. Cline; Troy J. Cook; Christopher S. Gessinger; Rachel J. Hoard; Shannon M. Krontz; Melissa N. McLaughlin; Jena L. Thorp; Laurie Whitehead; Delton: Theresa A. Lambert; Deborah Larson; Jill M. Roblyer; Dexter: Han Wang; Dowling: Kathy A. Bundy; Roger A. Byykkonen; Stacy L. Wines; Janet Young; East Leroy: Paul A. Baranowski; Tammy A. Funk; Eric M. Otis; Tammy M. St. John; Hastings: Patricia Olin; Hickory Corners: Jonathon F. Smith; Homer: Jessica M. Canfield; Stacey L. Heidenreich; Amanda M. Hoyt; Jennifer M. Huff; Kalamazoo: Monica N. Landwer;Lydia J. Leonard; Megan M. Metzger; Luke J. Myers; Adam J. Snider; Marshall: Rodney S. Dawson;Jay D. Dobbins;
    Ted J. Finch; Stacey R. Goodman;Carli R. Hammond;Kathy M. Hansford; Carolle E. Hicks;Lisa A. Hughes;Kristine S. Johnson; Barbara J. McCalley; Michelle A. Shoup;
    Tanner J. Sinclair; Shawn I. Skinner;Allison N. Strand;Jennifer M. Strand;Beverly A. Thurston;Kim M. Weaver; Montgomery: Leann M. Ashby; Nashville: Erin K. Creed;
    Thomas C. Lesage, Jr.; Denice S. Scramlin; Tyler M. Tefft; Kathleen M. Van Buren; Olivet: Tabitha M. Foster; Joanna M. Smith; Brenda L. Young; Plainwell: John P. Rachor; Portage: Benjamin M. Aubry; Jamie R. Bennett-Yesh; Amanda L. Bloomfield; Erica H. Hayden; Nathan A. Hoffman; Kate E. Hoffmann; Sarah E. Larson; Jonathon R. Lore; Quincy: Ashley E. Porter;Michelle L. Reed; Saranac: Cynthia M. Shell; Schoolcraft:Barbara J. Barber; Scotts: Shellie L. Bush; Tammy L. Olsen;Springfield: Sherree L. Anderson;Nicole Curran;Joshua Pompey; Sturgis: Heather L. George;
    Tekonsha: Kendra M. Bagwell;Tamra S. Bagwell;Bethany A. Vincent; Union City: Austin D. Henion; Wayland: Jennifer A. Postma.

  • Register for Classes Today!
    Dec 20 2012

    Reminder - you can register for classes today and 25% of your tuition balance won't be due until January 7, 2013. Final payment due by noon on January 28th.

  • KCC Bookstore Hours for January
    Dec 17 2012

    January 1st and 2nd Closed

    January 3rd -First day Spring 2013 books will be available. Hours 8am- 6pm.

    January 4th -8am – 4:30pm

    January 7th - 8th and 10th - 8am – 5:30pm

    January 9th - Noon – 5:30pm (Closed for General Session)

    January 11th - 8am – 4:30pm

    January 14th - 17th - 8am – 6:30pm

    January 18th - 8am - 4:30pm

    January 21st Closed

    January 22 - 24th - 8am – 6:30pm

    January 25th - 8am – 4:30pm

    January 28th - 8am – 6:30pm

    January 27 - 31st - 8am – 5:30pm (Return to our normal hours)

  • Public Notification of Comprehensive Evaluation Visit and Third Party Comments
    Dec 11 2012

    The Robert B. Miller College is seeking input from the general public as part of its preparation for a comprehensive evaluation aimed at continuing its accreditation with the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) of the North Central Association (NCA) of Colleges and Schools.

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  • STUDENT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
    Dec 6 2012

    The Student Services Office at Miller College is looking for a student employee beginning in the Spring 2013 semester. The job would begin on January 14, 2013 and the hours are flexible, up to a maximum of 20 hours per week. Interested students must be enrolled in the spring semester and can apply in the Miller College Student Services Office on the 2nd floor of the Mawby Center. The application deadline is Monday, December 17, 2012 at 12:00 noon. Please contact Mindy or Jazmine in the Student Services Office for details.

  • Miller College Nurse Applicant Program Survey
    Dec 3 2012

    Dear Nursing Students and Alumni:

    To fulfill the requirements of the Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree I need to conduct research to complete the final phase of my dissertation. The research is on the Nurse Applicant Program at Miller College. Please take a few moments to follow the link and complete the brief survey regarding the program.

    Thank you,

    Deb Buck MSN, RN

    Miller College Nursing Faculty

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  • Spring Textbooks
    Nov 27 2012

    January 3rd will be the first day Spring 2013 textbooks will become available. The Bruin Bookstore will be closed on January 2.

  • Miller College once again named 2013 Military Friendly School
    Oct 29 2012

    Victory Media, the premier media entity for military personnel transitioning into civilian life, has named Miller College to the coveted Military Friendly Schools list. The 2013 Military Friendly Schools list honors the top 15 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools in the country that are doing the most to embrace America’s military service members, veterans, and spouses as students and ensure their success on campus.

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  • Miller College partners with Voces to offer a Unity Scholarship
    Oct 25 2012

    The Miller College Scholarship Committee and staff from Voces in Battle Creek have partnered to offer Voces members and affiliates a unique scholarship opportunity to assist with tuition and associated costs of attending Miller College to complete a bachelor’s degree.

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  • Give Miller College students the Gift of Education this Holiday!
    Oct 15 2012

    Are you looking for a unique and meaningful gift idea this holiday season? Miller College now offers gift certificates available in any denomination, which can be used for Miller College tuition.

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  • American Red Cross Blood Drive on Friday, November 16 at Miller College
    Oct 10 2012

    Miller College will host the American Red Cross on Friday, November 16, 2012 from 12:00 to 5:45 p.m. at 450 North Avenue in Battle Creek for a blood drive.

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  • Miller College Awards Fall Scholarships
    Oct 3 2012

    The Miller College Scholarship Committee awarded $23,800 in scholarships to students for the 2012 fall semester.

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