Yes. After years of running structural deficits and being unable to invest in its people and campus, Mills College can now support its community with the resources it deserves. Many small colleges, including Mills, found that the pandemic exacerbated their financial vulnerability. Anticipating the fast-approaching enrollment "cliff" of 2025 (when the number of high school graduates is projected to drop significantly), Mills leadership realized that they had to seek a new way to sustain the College’s mission.
For graduate students, a calculation will be made depending on completed Mills credits compared to destination Northeastern degree credits.
Yes. Current and future Mills students will be able to access all of Northeastern’s resources to enhance their educational experience.
Any part-time faculty member will be welcome to apply for a full-time or even a tenure-track role.
These frequently asked questions are contingent upon the successful completion of a merger between Mills College and Northeastern University on or about July 1, 2022.