Did you know that students learn more when they are involved in both academic and social aspects of the collegiate experience? An involved student is one who devotes considerable energy to academics, spends much time on campus, participates actively in student organizations/activities, and interacts often with faculty.
Check out the current directory listing of our 110 Student Organizations at Millikin and many that address cultural and/or global issues and get involved in our International Student Organization or one of our organizations.
| || Sports |
As an international student, you will be able to play for the Big Blue and will part of one of the teams we have on campus.
Division III Men — Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Indoor Track, Soccer, Swimming, and Track and Field
Division III Women — Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Indoor Track, Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Track and Field, and Volleyball
Intramurals — Basketball, Bowling, Dodgeball, Flag Football, Indoor Soccer, Poker, Softball, Ultimate Frisbee, Volleyball and many others.
Other — Cheerleading and Dance Team
| Physical Fitness |
The Decatur Indoor Sports Center at Millikin (DISC) offers a broad array of physical fitness opportunities, including organized sports at various levels (varsity, club, and recreational) and fitness classes and centers. As an international student at Millikin you will have access to the DISC at no additional charge.
| || Diversity Centers and Resources |
The Center for Multicultural Student Affairs (CMSA) is one of the many offices which will assist you in your development while at Millikin University. Here you will find services such as various identity-based student organizations, social gatherings, academic support services and programs, leadership development opportunities, mentorship programs, and much more. CMSA will also be a place where students, faculty, and staff can dialogue around issues of race, ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, socio-economics and other themes.
The Center for Multicultural Student Affairs strives to provide a place where all students feel welcome, accepted, encouraged and empowered.
The Center for Multicultural Student Affairs (CMSA) seeks to acknowledge the important role religion and spiritual values play in students’ lives as they grow and develop as democratic citizens. CMSA will create opportunities for dialogue and learning around issues of spiritual, ethical, and moral concern to assist students in the development of a personal life of meaning and value. Most importantly, CMSA serves as a resource for people of various religious or spiritual values among Millikin students, faculty, staff, as well as the surrounding community.