Millsaps College's Else School of Management MBA program has been named a Global Super MBA program by CEO Magazine, and has been listed as one of only 20 "top tier" MBA programs in North America, the only program in Mississippi to be listed.
Additionally, the Else School offers an Executive MBA program for mid- to high-level managers or executives who are typically on track to advance into senior leadership. The business programs offered by the Else School of Management at Millsaps College are accredited by AACSB International.
Why is Millsaps College the BEST fit for transfer students? We value our transfer students so much that we offer guaranteed admission and scholarships to qualified transfer students who apply to Millsaps College.
While all students who have completed college-level work are encouraged to apply, all students with at least a 3.2 GPA and 30 transferrable credit hours are guaranteed admission to Millsaps, PLUS at least $15,000 in scholarship funds.
Millsaps College recognizes the hard work of our partners in Phi Theta Kappa, so PTK members with a GPA of 3.5 and 30 transferrable hours are eligible for at least $18,000 in scholarship funds.
Have only 24-36 hours to tour Millsaps and the surrounding area? Check out this New York Times article about some of the best the "City With Soul" has to offer ... much of which is within just a few blocks of the Millsaps College campus!
With a population under 500,000, Jackson is small enough to feel like a close-knit community, but big enough to host abundant choices in entertainment, dining, shopping, and more.
Just outside the campus of Millsaps, there's plenty to see and do in Jackson, whether you choose the creative Fondren business and entertainment district to the north, the resurgent Midtown community to the west, the charming, historic Belhaven neighborhood to the east, or the city's vibrant downtown south of campus.
"Jackson has been integral to my learning experience at Millsaps," said senior Allie Jordan. "The greater Jackson community has been a main element to several of my classes, such as the Midtown area neighboring Millsaps. Jackson has provided me with excellent entertainment as well as ways for me to grow as an academic."
After winning the Southern Athletic Association regular season and conference tournament, then taking the NCAA Division III South Regional Championship, the Millsaps Majors went to the Division III NCAA College World Series. It's the first time in history the Majors have competed in the Series.
In game one on Friday, May 24, the Southern Maine Huskies scored a run in the tenth, besting the Majors in extra innings 2-1. The team next faced the Ithaca Bombers on Saturday and came away with a 5-2 loss, ending the most successful season in Millsaps Majors baseball history.
The core of the team returns next season with Coach Jim Page at the helm.
Two-hundred-seven students received undergraduate degrees and 50 students received graduate degrees from Millsaps College during the 119th commencement on May 11 at Christ United Methodist Church in Jackson.
Taylor Brittany Scyster of Destrehan, La., recipient of the Founders' Medal, delivered the commencement address. The Founders' Medal is awarded to the graduating senior with the highest grade point average and an excellent on comprehensive examinations.
Victoria Amanda Wheeler of Carrollton, the recipient of the Frank and Rachel Anne Laney Award, read a portion of her award-winning essay that reflected upon the value of a Millsaps liberal arts education.
James Russell Morrison of Vicksburg, who was recognized as the Outstanding M.B.A. graduate, challenged graduates in his speech to do things that scare them for the opportunity to reach beyond their comfort zone, to develop strong relationships, to find a mission and support it with their gifts and talents, and to be lifelong learners.
Millsaps is currently accepting applications for freshmen, transfer, and international students.
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Jennifer Goebel, Class of 2013, asks alumni and friends to change lives with your gift to the Millsaps College Annual Fund. Read more ...
An anonymous donor couple has established an endowment in honor of Elise and William Winter to benefit Millsaps public forums. Read more ...
Shelley Ritter (B.A., 1988), exec. director of the Delta Blues Museum, accepted a national award for the museum from Michelle Obama.
Wellspring is a unique opportunity for first-year students who are interested in engaging with their community, both on and off campus.
Madelyn A. Walker is spending her summer as an intern at the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C.
It was not just the Majors' baseball team that proved during the spring 2013 season they will be a force to be reckoned with in the newly-formed Southern Athletic Association.
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