Mills College is proud to announce a special, sold out screening of DOLORES, a film documenting the life of labor activist Dolores Huerta, on Friday, February 2, 2018.
President Hillman becomes a founding president of the Presidents' Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration as part of a collective effort to improve how colleges and universities address immigration-related matters affecting their campuses.
A new conference for women from underrepresented groups in technology will be held at Mills College in January.
Mills College receives $150,000 grant to commission major new musical composition. The music department will lead a College-wide collaboration with world-class artist musician Meredith Monk to create an immersive performance piece in Oakland.
The French and Francophone Studies Program at Mills College will welcome French scholars from all over the world next month.
A unique agreement between the University of California, Berkeley and Mills College will leverage their respective strengths and help maximize limited resources while enriching the student experience. It also aims to address the four-year capacity issue in California.
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.
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.