Mills College has been named one of the top regional universities in the West by U.S. News and World Report for the tenth consecutive year.
Mills College today announced that it will implement a tuition reset, reducing its base undergraduate tuition amount from $44,765 to $28,765—representing a 36 percent reduction and rolling back Mills tuition to 2005 rates. The move is in response to the rising cost of a college education and the barriers it creates for students and their families. Mills is the first private college in California to take this bold step.
Watch the playback of Convocation 2017 which marked the formal beginning of the academic year. Hear from featured speaker Ashara Ekundayo, co-founder of Impact Hub Oakland, and President Elizabeth L. Hillman, who will share the bold steps Mills is taking to improve college affordability.
The acclaimed Center for Contemporary Music (CCM) at Mills College is planning to celebrate its 51st anniversary with a three-day music festival next month that will feature a series of three concerts and a symposium.
Roscoe Mitchell, the Darius Milhaud Professor of Music at Mills College since 2007, has just released a two-disc set called Bells for the South Side to critical acclaim.
Mills College is pleased to announce a $100,000 two-year grant from JPMorgan Chase in support of the Ascend 2020 Bay Area collaborative.
The Princeton Review recognizes Mills as one of the best colleges in the nation for the 13th consecutive year.
For the 12th consecutive year, Mills College is featured in the Fiske Guide to Colleges.
Mills College is pleased to announce a $2 million gift to support the study of Book Art. The gift will establish the Lovelace Family Chair in Book Art, which will appoint the first endowed faculty chair for the program, and is among the largest gifts ever made to the field, nationally.
Read Professor of Government Andrew Flores' story, "Yes, there's racism in the LGBT community. But there's more outside it," in the Washington Post.