A growing number of higher-education institutions have started freezing or dropping their prices in the face of declining enrollment and heightened price sensitivity.
The Mills Community Farm is the recipient of a Feed a Bee forage grant and will soon unveil its new pollinator green screen established specifically to offer increased habitat and nutrition sources for local pollinators.
Mills College Professor Emeritus of European History Bertram Gordon explores the role of war tourism during and after World War II.
The Princeton Review recognizes Mills as one of the best colleges in the nation for the 14th consecutive year.
UC Davis Global Affairs announced that the keynote speaker for its 2018 International Research Conference in September will be Mills College President Elizabeth L. Hillman who will be addressing the topic of sexual harassment of women in academia.
The distinguished panel of 2018 Murphy Cadogan Awards Jurors have selected three Mills College MFA Studio Arts to receive Cadogan Scholarships.
As small colleges across the country are making the decision to reduce the size of various departments, faculty members are finding themselves in a department of one.
The merits of a test optional policy at Mills are featured in a recent Channel 7 news story.
In an opinion piece in the San Francisco Chronicle, Mills College President Elizabeth L. Hillman explains how U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's acceptance speech reveals his sexism.
To meet a critical need for leadership, advocacy, and policy change in K-12 education, the Mills College School of Education (SOE) began enrollment today for a new online master of arts degree in educational leadership.