Mills College is pleased to announce the development of a new computational literacy curriculum designed to give undergraduate students the skills to excel in an increasingly digitized higher education environment.
Mills College is proud to announce it has been selected as one of the 361 most environmentally responsible colleges in the United States and Canada by The Princeton Review.
The challenges facing women of color in science over the last 40 years is the topic of this year's Russell Women in Science Lecture Series, titled "The Double Bind: Women of Color in Science, 40 Years and Counting!"
Mills College has been named one of the top regional universities in the West by U.S. News and World Report for the ninth consecutive year.
The Princeton Review recognizes Mills as one of the best colleges in the nation for the 12th consecutive year.
Mills College was recognized by a consortium of higher education organizations for developing a sophisticated data system to measure and improve student learning.
On Friday, September 23, 2016, the Board of Trustees of Mills College will inaugurate Elizabeth L. Hillman as 14th president of the oldest women's college in the West.
An education from Mills College is well worth the cost in terms of post-graduate salaries, according to Forbes newly released list of "America's Top Colleges 2016."
Elizabeth L. Hillman officially assumed her duties at Mills College today, becoming the 14th president of the 164-year-old women's college.
The Members of the Mills College Board of Trustees elected Katie Sanborn as the new chair of the board at their May 20016 meeting.