Since Miller College is primarily a college of adult, part-time students, the college does not provide student housing, however we do work with area landlords to help resident students find safe, affordable housing close to campus.
Tuition is $370 per credit hour. Does Miller College offer Financial Aid packages like other colleges do? Absolutely. While we can’t guarantee that all costs for every student will be covered with financial aid funds, it is our goal to make education financially possible for all eligible applicants.
Our Career Services Center is staffed with friendly, experienced professionals who can help you with networking strategies, interviewing tips, resume and cover letter preparation, and career transitioning techniques.
Our practitioner-based approach to teacher education will have you in K-12 classrooms of area public schools far more often than you’d expect. In fact, your college classes will be taught by educators who have also taught in local elementary or secondary classrooms.
One of our most important advantages at Miller College is our small class size. You’ll have many opportunities to interact with your instructors and take full advantage of their expertise.
The Robert B. Miller College is in compliance with State and Federal laws prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, religion, gender, age, height, weight, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, or disability. The College is committed to providing equal access to all programs, services and activities to persons with disabilities. This includes compliance with The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Questions should be directed to the Director of Administrative Services, Miller College, 450 North Avenue, Battle Creek, MI 49017-3397, (269) 660-8021.
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