Each year the AAUW of Battle Creek branch selects deserving college women from Miller College and Kellogg Community College to attend the AAUW National Conference for College Women Student Leaders (NCCWSL).
The Miller College Dean’s List for the Spring 2013 semester has been announced.
Miller College will host the third annual Conifer Open 2013 golf outing on Friday, June 21, 2013 at Marywood Country Club, 21310 North Avenue, in Battle Creek. Registration begins at 7:30 a.m., four-person scramble starts at 8:30 a.m.
Breaking news! Effective immediately, BCreative Arts' “Teach the Teachers” program will cover 100% of the tuition to support local teachers who would like to learn more about integrating the arts into their instruction in EDUC 341 at Miller College this summer.
Miller College is proud to offer its popular EDUC 490: Special Topics (Autism) course during its Summer II semester, and is excited to announce that funds are available to support local teachers who are interested in attending this course.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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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