Millsaps

Jim and Mary Sharp Rayner: Committed to Millsaps, Committed to Mississippi

Jim and Mary Sharp Rayner are no strangers to hard work. Jim (’62) sold everything from books to cookware to put himself through medical school. Mary Sharp earned her degree… Read More »

Millsaps College/Chism Strategies State of the State Survey: Voters Shift on COVID-19 Vaccine

Many Mississippians have reconsidered their plans regarding whether they intend to receive the COVID-19 vaccination, as 63% of voters say they will definitely or probably get vaccinated while another 13%… Read More »

Millsaps College Professor Peter Friedrich Wins New Fulbright Award

The U.S. Department of State, the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board and the Board of Directors of the Fulbright Finland Foundation in Helsinki have selected Millsaps Associate Professor Peter… Read More »

My foundation as an entrepreneur started at Millsaps

Jennifer Welch (MBA, 2006) knew she wanted an MBA and contemplated leaving Mississippi to get one, but was encouraged by Else School faculty member Bill Brister to apply to the… Read More »

Becoming More Marketable in the Healthcare industry

“I kept talking myself out of graduate school,” says Joel Shows (MBA, 2017) when asked how he chose the Millsaps College Else School of Management for his MBA degree. “I… Read More »

Millsaps College and William Carey University Announce New Partnership

Millsaps College and William Carey University (WCU) have announced a third educational partnership. Beginning in late February, “William Carey at Millsaps” will offer select WCU graduate programs at the Millsaps… Read More »

Emergency Management Update

Campus Water Update: February 24, 2021

The City of Jackson is still impacted by low and no water pressure, but the situation is improving. As pressure slowly returns throughout campus, please do not attempt to flush toilets… Read More »

Campus Water Update: Monday, February 22, 2021

The City of Jackson is still impacted by low and no water pressure. Although the water pressure is increasing on campus, it is not yet high enough for standard operation.

Campus Water Update: Sunday, February 21, 2021

The City of Jackson is still impacted by low and no water pressure. Although the city continues to work to fix the issue, the water pressure on campus remains very… Read More »

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