Miller College in Battle Creek is a private, independent college in West Michigan that offers you a variety of quality undergraduate degree programs in Business, Education, Nursing, Human Services and many others. Get started today on the path to degree completion!
“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.”
“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!”
“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!”
“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.”
“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.”
“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.”
“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.”
Registration for the Spring 2012 semester has begun at Miller College. Classes begin January 17, 2012. Miller College offers degree programs in business administration, health administration, management, liberal studies, law enforcement, aging services, human services, RN to BSN and education.
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Martha Alling, a BSN student at Miller College, recently presented her concept for a new Cancer Support Group to the to the Community Cancer Center of the Community Health Center of Branch County in Coldwater, Michigan. Mrs. Alling researched and organized her idea as part of her studies in the Community Health course at the College.
Project 20/20 will partner with the Battle Creek Area Young Professionals, Urban League of Battle Creek Young Professionals and the Young Nonprofit Professionals Network of Southwest Michigan to host a forum on “Preparing for, Getting in & Moving Ahead in the Workforce”.
Miller College will have selected artwork from books submitted to the College’s Children’s Literature Project, on display during the Spring Into the Arts event on Friday, May 18, 2012 from 5:00 to 9:00 p.m. in downtown Battle Creek.
Miller College has set the date for the Conifer Open 2012 golf outing.
The Miller College Children's Theater Project (CTP) presents Ellie McDoodle: New Kid in School, based on the book written and illustrated by Ruth McNally Barshaw of Lansing, Michigan.
Students in Miller College’s Presentation Delivery and Design course, taught by President Dave Harris, have dedicated their time and talents to a non-profit they believe in, Charitable Union.
Weekend College begins June 2, 2012
The Miller College Scholarship Committee awarded $23,500 in Institutional Scholarships to students for the 2012 spring semester.
New Statistics tutoring hours now available for Spring 2012.
The Career Services Center (CSC) provides free career and job search services for all Miller College students and alumni. Currently in development, the center will provide several resources for resume building and interview techniques.
A popular web-based system, eRecruiting, is available now at the Experience eRecruiting Network.
It allows students and alumni to post resumes and search for job postings on two databases. One database is a national database for viewing by any registrant. The other database is for Miller College students and alumni only. Local employers often post jobs on the Miller College site. Miller College's eRecruiting website also includes links to resources for resume assistance, cover letter tips, interviewing techniques, and dressing for success.
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