Discovering His Passion

The impact of Millsaps College on Carson Marshall is evident. Following his transfer to Millsaps from Occidental College in Los Angeles in 2019, Marshall describes his most impactful moment as… Read More »

Windgate Foundation Awards $2.1 Million to Millsaps College

The opportunity for students to receive a life-changing education at Millsaps College will be possible for years to come, thanks to a more than $2.1 million gift for scholarships and… Read More »

Millsaps College Ranked Among Best Colleges for 2022 by U.S. News

Millsaps College is on the list of the best liberal arts colleges in the country, according to the newly released rankings from U.S. News. Millsaps ranks #114 out of 223… Read More »

Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation Campus Center Receives Grant for New Public Programming

The Mississippi Humanities Council has awarded a $15,000 grant to the Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation (TRHT) Campus Center at Millsaps College to support a new series of digital and… Read More »

Millsaps College Featured in The Princeton Review’s “Best 387 Colleges” for 2022

Millsaps College is one of the best institutions of higher learning for undergraduates according to the 2022 edition of “The Best 387 Colleges” guide published by The Princeton Review. It… Read More »

Doing the Job No One Had Ever Done Before

The shift from bartender in New York to a cultural icon wasn’t all that glamorous. “One night, I’m mixing a daiquiri at a cabaret show and a guy sitting there… Read More »

Millsaps College Breaks Ground on Phase 1 of Baseball Facility Enhancements

Work is officially underway on the first phase of a three-stage upgrade to baseball facilities at Millsaps College. Donors and trustees of the college gathered on August 23 with college… Read More »

Welcome to the Class of 2025!

Campus was buzzing all day on Friday, August 20 as members of the class of 2025 moved into residence halls and settled in for the start of the semester. Foundations… Read More »

Campus Statue of John Wesley

Plan to Strengthen Study of Humanities Earns Support from The Teagle Foundation and the National Endowment for the Humanities

“The humanities are essential for the health of American civic life,” affirms the Teagle Foundation in its description of a new program, Cornerstone: Learning for Living, intended to foster student… Read More »

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