Join the Campanil, our student-run newspaper. Attend a Native American Film Night. Participate in a spoken word performance. Lead a rally for LGBTQ rights.
Throughout the academic year, there is an eclectic mix of activities that you can plan, be part of, or just relax and enjoy. Activities such as the Black and White Ball, Earth Day Fair, or Spring Fling are just a taste of what you can do. There are many residence hall events and game nights, as well as campus-wide art exhibitions, dance performances, concerts, and lectures.
Life at Mills is full of opportunities to get involved, be inspired, and work hand-in-hand with friends to take action on campus and off. Take your pick.
Choose from a range of student-run clubs and campus organizations that reflect the proud diversity and eclectic spirit that sets Mills apart.
Develop your collaborative leadership skills and strengthen the campus community by participating in our student governing body—the Associated Students of Mills College.
Our student-run publications are independent, creative outlets to gain practical journalism experience, pursue artistic expression, and find your voice as a leader.