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Mark your calendars today for Homecoming 2016, Sept. 30-Oct. 2. For more information, contact the Alumni and Development Office at 217.424.6383 or alumnews@millikin.edu.

 

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2015 Schedule of Events

Student events noted in green. Alumni welcome. Jump to:

 

Monday, Sept. 28

  • Big Blue 100 Challenge
    In celebration of MU's 100th Homecoming, the Big Blue Club invites you to accept The 100 Challenge and help make a positive impact on the Millikin student-athlete experience. The Challenge begins Sept. 28 and runs through midnight, Oct. 4. #BB100 Learn more.
  • Homecoming Carnival
      5-9 p.m., Dr. and Mrs. J. Roger Miller Centennial Quad/Frank M. Lindsay Field
    Join the Millikin family for the Homecoming Carnival on the Quad. Stop by and enjoy the great carnival atmosphere with games, mechanical bull rides, raffle prizes, music, cotton candy, popcorn and much more! At 8:30 p.m., stroll over to Frank M. Lindsay Field, where the Homecoming Court will be introduced and we will end the night with fireworks to celebrate the start of Homecoming!

Tuesday, Sept. 29

  • Student Talent Show
     7 p.m., Kirkland Fine Arts Center (KFAC)
    Millikin students, faculty and staff come together for this great tradition during Homecoming week. Join us at Kirkland as we feature Millikin’s finest in the talent show.

Wednesday, Sept. 30

  • Chalk the Walk
     4 p.m., Shilling Hall
    A Millikin favorite! Students compete to create the best chalk design behind Shilling.
  • “Winning in the Work World — The Secrets for Standing Out and Getting Noticed by Employers”
     7 p.m., Kaeuper Hall, PMC
    The 2015 James W. Moore Lecture: It’s your first day at your new job or internship, but the expectations are going to be completely different than anything you’ve experienced so far in college. Professors may have let you get away with walking in late to class or missing an assignment deadline, but what about an employer? What will their expectations be for you, and how can you find a way to stand out? With some advice from international corporate consultant Stephen Krempl, you can learn what it takes to gain positive attention at the workplace. Krempl is the author of several books on corporate training and education, including the recently published, “You’re Hired: Now What Do You Do?” He will speak on how students can prepare for the corporate landscape. Established in 1991 to honor the late James W. Moore of Decatur, the lecture is free and open to the public.
     
  • “Rough Magic”
     7:30 p.m., Albert Taylor Theatre, SH
    Shakespeare and comic books collide in this darkly funny action comic fantasy. Tickets and more information available at kirklandfinearts.com.
     
  • Illusionist Wayne Hoffman
     8 p.m., Lower Richards Treat University Center (RTUC)
    Dust off the chalk and prepare to be amazed by illusionist Wayne Hoffman. How does he do that?!

Thursday, Oct. 1

  • Women’s Golf
     9 a.m., Red Tail Run Golf Course
    Students and alumni are invited to come out and support the women’s golf team as they hit the links in a CCIW match. Plan now to join us for 9 a.m. tee times Thursday, Oct. 1, through Saturday, Oct. 3.
  • School of Education Open House
     4-5 p.m., Shilling Hall, Room 307
    Stop by the newly redesigned offices for a tour as Director of Education Christie Magoulias and faculty share exciting updates about the School of Education. Refreshments will be provided.
  • “Rough Magic”
     7:30 p.m., Albert Taylor Theatre, SH
    Shakespeare and comic books collide in this darkly funny action comic fantasy. Tickets and more information available at kirklandfinearts.com.
  • Powder Puff Football Game
     9 p.m., Frank M. Lindsay Field
    A great event to celebrate the football player in everyone! Suit up and play or cheer on the players as Millikin women compete in teams for the title of Powder Puff Champion. Free snacks and fun!

Friday, Oct. 2

  • Women’s Golf
     9 a.m., Red Tail Run Golf Course
    Students and alumni are invited to come out and support the women’s golf team as they hit the links in a CCIW match. Plan now to join us for 9 a.m. tee times Thursday, Oct. 1, through Saturday, Oct. 3.
  • Career Connection: Grab a Bite, Learn a Byte, Share a Byte
     Noon-2 p.m., ADM-Scovill Hall, Room 109
    Lunch panel and networking opportunity with Information Systems alumni.
  • Blue Connection Retail Art Gallery open
     Noon-5 p.m., 117 N. Water St., downtown
    A Millikin Arts and Entrepreneurship Program venture, where products are conceived, designed and/or crafted by the students who sell them.
  • University Archives Open
     1-5 p.m., Staley Library
    Visit the Archives to browse through old yearbooks and memorabilia. Bring your own photos for us to scan and add to the collection.
  • Career Connection: Art Department
     1 p.m., Kirkland Fine Arts Center, Room 128
    Art alumni Eric Lee, Judith Adanma Johnson and Kari Thornton will share their artistic and professional journeys.
  • Residence Halls and Woods Open Houses
     2-5 p.m.
    Meet at the Woods or Aston, Blackburn, Dolson or Weck Hall for an individual or group tour provided by the Office of Residence Life staff. See the great updates that have been made this summer, including new flooring, lobby entrances and lounge furniture. For more information, contact the Office of Residence Life at orl@millikin.edu or 217.362.6410.
  • Greek Life Open Houses
     2-5 p.m.
    Meet at your respective houses for a visit and tour.
  • Football Practice
     3:30 p.m., Frank M. Lindsay Field
    Alumni and friends are invited to watch as the Big Blue football team practices for the first night game in 100 years of Homecoming history.
  • Homecoming Headquarters Information Center
     4-6 p.m., Booth between Richards Treat University Center and Old Gym. Accessible from Mills Parking Lot (weather permitting.)
    Check in, enjoy some refreshments and pick up your nametag and commemorative gift! Plus, Millikin will be collecting non-perishable food items to the WSOY Community Food Drive. Bring your donation, and help the Millikin family reach a goal of 5,500 pounds of donated food.
  • School of Nursing Legacy of the Lamp
     4 p.m., Westminster Presbyterian Church, 1360 W. Main St.
    Reunion and School of Nursing Alumnus of the Year celebration honoring Tanya Andricks ’95.
  • Alumni Awards Dinner and Athletic Hall of Fame Induction
     5:30-8 p.m., Lower Richards Treat University Center
    Program begins at 6 p.m. Recognizing 2015 Alumni Award recipients and Athletic Hall of Fame inductees. All alumni and friends welcome. $25 per ticket. Reservations required by Sept. 25.
  • All-Alumni Reception
     6:30-10 p.m., Alumni and Development Center, 1305 W. Main Street
    Enjoy the weekend’s kickoff reception. Stop by for complimentary hors d’oeuvres and cash bar. Reservations encouraged by Sept. 25.
  • “Rough Magic”
     7:30 p.m., Albert Taylor Theatre, SH
    Shakespeare and comic books collide in this darkly funny action comic fantasy. Tickets and more information available at kirklandfinearts.com.
  • Multicultural Greek Council Showcase
     8 p.m., Dr. and Mrs. J. Roger Miller Centennial Quad
    Come and support Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Sigma Lambda Beta Fraternity, Inc., and Sigma Lambda Gamma Sorority, Inc. as they perform in the Multicultural Greek Council Annual Showcase Event.
  • Bonfire and Open Mic Rally
     9 p.m., Dr. and Mrs. J. Roger Miller Centennial Quad
    Join us as we gear up for athletic competitions on Saturday with an evening of open mic, camp fire s’mores, and performances by Physical Graffiti, The Dance Team, MU cheerleaders and more.

Saturday Morning, Oct. 3

  • Homecoming Headquarters Information Center
     7:30 a.m.-4 p.m., Booth between Richards Treat University Center and Old Gym. Accessible from Mills Parking Lot (weather permitting.)
    Check in, enjoy some refreshments and pick up your nametag and commemorative gift! Plus, Millikin will be collecting non-perishable food items to the WSOY Community Food Drive. Bring your donation and help the Millikin family reach a goal of 5,500 pounds of donated food.
  • Complimentary “50 Year Club” Brunch
     8:30-10 a.m., Lower Richards Treat University Center
    Complimentary brunch and short program for classes celebrating a 50-year (or more) anniversary. Class photos will immediately follow the program. Reservations required by Sept. 25.
  • Women’s Golf
     9 a.m., Red Tail Run Golf Course
    Students and alumni are invited to come out and support the women’s golf team as they hit the links in a CCIW match. Plan now to join us for 9 a.m. tee times Thursday, Oct. 1, through Saturday, Oct. 3.
  • Master Class with m-pact
     10-11 a.m., Kirkland Fine Arts Center
    Students and alumni are welcome to participate in a vocal music master class with the members of m-pact, an award-winning a cappella group featuring Jarrett Johnson ’01. Reservations required by Sept. 25.
  • Alumni Swim Meet
     10-11 a.m., McIntosh Pool, Griswold Physical Education Center
    All former MU swimmers are welcome to participate in a match pitting current swimmers against alumni. RSVP by Sept. 25 to Jeff Smith ’11, head men’s and women’s swimming coach, at jeffsmith@millikin.edu or 309-303-7344.
  • Reunion Class Pictures
     10:15-10:55 a.m., Griswold Physical Education Center
    Enjoy complimentary coffee and juice, then have your class reunion picture taken. Reservations encouraged by Sept. 25.
    • 10:15 a.m. – class of ’70
    • 10:20 a.m. – class of ’75
    • 10:25 a.m. – class of ’80
    • 10:30 a.m. – class of ’85
    • 10:35 a.m. – class of ’90
    • 10:40 a.m. – class of ’95
    • 10:45 a.m. – class of ’00
    • 10:50 a.m. – class of ’05
    • 10:55 a.m. – class of ’10
  • Big Blue Bingo
     10:30 a.m., Lower Richards Treat University Center
    Students and alumni welcome. Play for free, and win great Big Blue prizes!
  • Delta Delta Delta Alumni Reunion
     10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Delta Delta Delta House
    Join your TriDelta sisters for a morning of mingling.
  • Guided Walking Tour of Campus
     11 a.m.
    Departing from Homecoming Headquarters booth between Richards Treat University Center and Old Gym, accessible from Mills Parking Lot. Reservations encouraged by Sept. 25.
  • Complimentary All-Millikin Lunch and Reunion Row
     11 a.m.-1 p.m., Griswold Physical Education Center
    Alumni are treated to a complimentary lunch buffet. Check in at Homecoming Headquarters to receive a name tag which will serve as your complimentary meal ticket. Students with a meal plan are welcome to attend. After lunch, walk through Reunion Row, a collection of mini-reunions featuring student organizations, Greek organizations, athletic teams, departments and offices. See a list of participants below. Reservations required by Sept. 25.
    • Alpha Phi Omega
    • Bronze Man Books
    • DECA
    • Delta Sigma Phi
    • Multicultural Student Council
    • Office of Admission
    • University Center Board

Saturday Afternoon, Oct. 3

  • Alpha Tau Omega Alumni Networking Event
     Noon, Pilling Chapel
    For all current members and ATO alumni.
  • Women’s Soccer vs. North Park
     12:30 p.m., Frank M. Lindsay Field
    Admission is $6 per adult, $4 per senior, $3 per non-MU student 11 and older, and free for children 10 and younger.
  • Decatur Driving Tour
     1 p.m.
    Departing from Homecoming Headquarters kiosk between Richards Treat University Center and Old Gym, accessible from Mills Parking Lot. Enjoy a driving tour of the city on a Downtown Decatur Trolley. You’re sure to be surprised by interesting historical facts and new Decatur gems! Reservations required by Sept. 25.
  • m-pact Performance
     2 p.m., Kirkland Fine Arts Center
    Winner of the Vocal Group of the Year award at the Los Angeles Music Awards, a cappella group m-pact, featuring Jarrett Johnson ’01, has performed with pop superstars and jazz legends including Sheryl Crow, Natalie Cole, Bobby McFerrin and many others. Johnson is also a founding member of Chapter 6, an award-winning a cappella group which had its start in Millikin’s choral department. Tickets and more information available at kirklandfinearts.com.
  • Men’s Soccer vs. North Park
     2:30 p.m., Frank M. Lindsay Field
    Admission is $6 per adult, $4 per senior, $3 per non-MU student 11 and older, and free for children 10 and younger.
  • ESS Bags Tournament and Tailgate
     3 p.m., Dr. and Mrs. J. Roger Miller Centennial Quad
    Bags tournament and tailgate for alumni, students and friends of the exercise science and sport department. Tournament begins at 3 p.m., tailgate at 4 p.m. $15 entry fee includes Millikin ESS T-shirt. To RSVP, email Thad Walker at tbwalker@millikin.edu, or call 217.423.0529.
  • 1984 Football Team Reunion
     3 p.m., Athletics Offices, New Hall 2
    Celebrating the 1984 football players and coaches. Reminisce with your college football buddies and mingle with current coaching staff and Athletic Director Craig White. Enjoy complimentary snacks and refreshments before taking in the first night game in Homecoming history against North Central College at 6 p.m. Gather up your tailgating gear for the team tailgate. Please bring your own food, drinks, grills, coolers, etc. Refer to the MU tailgating policy for more information. To RSVP, email Jill Johnson in Athletics at jdjohnson@millikin.edu, or call 217.424.6344.
  • Alumni Choir Rehearsal
     3:30 p.m., Kirkland Fine Arts Center, room 11
    University Choir members of all eras welcome. The alumni choir performs at 2 p.m. Sunday at Central Christian Church. For information, contact Director of Choral Activities Dr. Brad Holmes at bholmes@millikin.edu.
  • Alpha Tau Omega Tailgate
     4 p.m., Frank M. Lindsay Field
    More details to come soon!
  • Human Service Connection Alumni 10 Year Reunion
     4-6 p.m., Lock Stock & Barrel
    For more information or to RSVP, contact Associate Professor of Behavioral Sciences Mary Garrison at mgarrison@millikin.edu.
  • Homecoming Reunion Dinner
     4:30 p.m., Decatur Conference Center and Hotel, Fountain Hall
    Buffet open from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Cash bar. Connect with alumni of all class years before the big game. $20 per person. Reservations required by Sept. 25.

Saturday Evening, Oct. 3

  • Football Game vs. North Central College
     6 p.m., Frank M. Lindsay Field
    Join us for the first Homecoming night game in Millikin history! Alumni Award recipients and Athletic Hall of Fame inductees recognized at halftime. Admission is $6 per adult, $4 per senior, $3 per non-MU student 11 and older, and free for children 10 and younger.
  • Cocktail Hour and Karaoke
     7 p.m., Decatur Conference Center & Hotel, Fountain Hall
    Desserts and karaoke following the Reunion Dinner. Plan to join us after the football game for a nightcap and entertainment. Cash bar. Reservations required by Sept. 25.
  • “Rough Magic”
     7:30 p.m., Albert Taylor Theatre, SH
    Shakespeare and comic books collide in this darkly funny action comic fantasy. Tickets and more information available at kirklandfinearts.com.

Sunday, Oct. 4

  • President’s Open House
     8:30-10 a.m., 4 Millikin Place
    Join us for an open house at the Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired home of President Patrick White and his wife, Chris. Reservations required by Sept. 25.
  • Worship Service
     10 a.m., Westminster Presbyterian Church, 1360 W. Main
    Homecoming guests welcome.
  • James Millikin Homestead Open House
     10 a.m.-noon, 125 North Pine Street
    Millikin’s founder built this nationally registered historic home for his wife, Anna, whom he married on New Year’s Day in 1857. The James Millikin Homestead has been renovated and refurbished throughout the years to reflect how this historic home would have looked when the Millikins called it home. The Homestead is located two blocks east of campus.
  • Homecoming Color 5K
     11 a.m., Fairview Park Pavilion
    Inviting all runners, joggers and walkers for the third annual Homecoming Color 5K. Enjoy a 5K through Fairview, and get splashed with color along the way. Alumni are encouraged to participate! Contact Molly Berry at mberry@millikin.edu to register! Reservations encouraged by Sept. 25.
  • Homecoming Brunch
     11 a.m.-1 p.m., Wornick Dining Hall, Richards Treat University Center
    Relive your college days by enjoying brunch in Millikin’s cafeteria. Pay at the door; $7.50 (plus tax). Reservations encouraged by Sept. 25.
  • Homecoming Choral Concert
     2 p.m., Central Christian Church, 650 W. William St.
    Members of the University Choir and Alumni Choir combine in performance.
  • “Rough Magic”
     2:30 p.m., Albert Taylor Theatre, SH
    Shakespeare and comic books collide in this darkly funny action comic fantasy. Tickets and more information available at kirklandfinearts.com.

For more information, contact the Alumni and Development Office at 217.424.6383.

Each year, Millikin University proudly recognizes individuals who personify the university’s tradition as an environment for excellence. Through outstanding achievements and contributions, these individuals bring honor to Millikin University and its alumni. The following alumni were recognized at the 2015 Alumni Awards Dinner and Athletic Hall of Fame Induction held Friday, Oct. 2, in Lower Richards Treat University Center.

Know an outstanding alum? Nominate him, her or yourself for an alumni award today.

Elta Turner Cooke

Elta Turner Cooke ’52
Alumnus of the Year Award
 

David Rathje

David J. Rathje Sr. ’58
Merit-Loyalty Award
 

John Bingham

John Bingham ’70
Merit Award
 

Christine LaPorte

Christine LaPorte ’07
Young Alumnus Award
 

Nathan Carden

Nathan Carden ’03
Athletic Hall of Fame: Wrestling and Football
 

Corey Jefferson

Corey Jefferson ’02
Athletic Hall of Fame: Track and Field
 

Sherri Timmons Reck

Sheri Timmons Reck ’91
Athletic Hall of Fame: Softball
 

Tanya Reed Andricks

Tanya Reed Andricks ’95
School of Nursing Alumnus of the Year 
 

Nathan Wallick

Nathan Wallick ’07
Athletic Hall of Fame: Football 
 

Reunion Chairs

1950’s

  • Ray Caulk ’50
  • Julius W. Hegeler, II ’50
  • George Kuhns ’50
  • Charles Lugo ’50
  • Richard Templeton ’50
  • Betty Godwin Watkins ’50
  • Joyce Ahlers Allen ’51
  • Marilyn Morthland Shroyer ’51
  • Elta Turner Cooke ’52
  • Bob Kileen ’54
  • Charles Krohn ’54
  • Art Sappington ’54
  • Sid Smith ’54
  • Margaret DeGroot Whitrock ’54
  • Patricia Wieland ’54
  • Pat Lowry Balvanz ’55
  • Sandy Sampson Gobert ’55
  • Sandy Sampson Gobert ’55
  • Sara Dingman Kileen ’55
  • Carole Getz Killpatrick ’55
  • Joseph Killpatrick ’55
  • Martha Turner Krohn ’55
  • Ruth Murray ’55
  • Lyn Ryerson Stengel ’55
  • Clinton Whitrock ’55
  • Jody Hantel ’57
  • David Rathje ’58
  • Dave Rayhill ’58
  • Judy Tucker Cain ’59
  • Merle Chapman ’59
  • Jack McCoy ’59
  • Clara Henson Peters ’59

1960’s

  • Bryce Boston ’60
  • Charles Burns ’60
  • Chuck Davelis ’60
  • Barbara Witzeman McCoy ’60
  • James Myers ’60
  • Burl Stoner ’60
  • Barb Borders Boston ’61
  • Dale Brown ’61
  • Larry Oseland ’61
  • Jerry Bolin ’63
  • Larry Foster ’64
  • Ron Amato ’65
  • Karen Lepp Baird ’65
  • Margaret Bensen ’65
  • Dave Blue ’65
  • George Browning ’65
  • Judith Lacey Bunting ’65
  • Sue Hinton Hinkle ’65
  • Gerald L Marietta ’65
  • Linda Downs May ’65
  • Karen Newcome Neece ’65
  • Parker Rosenquist ’65
  • Kathleen Matthias Shearer ’65
  • Mary Suter Tilton ’65
  • Michael Ufert ’65
  • Jean Haher Buttz ’66
  • Ingrid Leask ’66
  • Carolyn Camp Schwartz ’66
  • Jan Talbot Steele ’66
  • Rich Steele ’66
  • Rose Marie Buttel Thompson ’66
  • Nike Smyth Whitcomb ’66
  • Pam Petterson Amato ’67
  • Steve Mathias ’67
  • Sarah Niemann Repp ’67
  • Alma Wesch Schueler ’67
  • Jim Deremiah ’68
  • Karen Krows ’68
  • Chuck Yurieci ’68

1970’s

  • Sharon Beall ’70
  • Nancy Harry Berry ’70
  • William Berry ’70
  • John Bingham ’70
  • T Edwards Breed ’70
  • Ann Roberts Chelette ’70
  • Linda Cooper ’70
  • Judy Withers Elton ’70
  • Sheila Jesek-Hale ’70
  • Brigitta Schallhammer Kapp ’70
  • Mary Jane Linton ’70
  • Mary Hancock Wirch ’70
  • Mary Hancock Wirch ’70
  • Beverly Simon Klavin ’71
  • Carvel Johnson ’73
  • Shirley Stymets Oseland ’73
  • Edgar Reed ’73
  • Janet Perkins Rund ’73
  • Eartha Taylor Hess ’74
  • Eric Bremer ’75
  • David Brown ’75
  • Tom Ferriell ’75
  • Mary Lou Ferriell ’75
  • CDR Joyce Hill ’75
  • Joanne Herbst Holobinka ’75
  • Dave Larson ’75
  • Beverly Harris Poff ’75
  • Jackie Rivers ’75
  • Austin Rund ’75
  • Gregory Sanders ’75
  • Bob Thomas ’75
  • Gregg Guichard ’77
  • Janet Ernst ’78
  • Melissa Reichart Ferguson ’78
  • Norman Hoback ’78
  • Anne Sherrill Deary ’79
  • Steve Ferguson ’79

 

1980’s

  • Steve Bates ’80
  • Kevin Deary ’80
  • Heather Reid Hoback ’80
  • Mike Knapczyk ’80
  • John Petko ’80
  • Mike Reif ’80
  • James Schock ’80
  • Mark Mehr ’81
  • Scott Detwiler ’84
  • Susan Hamilton ’84
  • Scott Reed ’84
  • Cheryl Robb Sappington ’84
  • Shelby Casey ’85
  • Christine Nuelle Detwiler ’85
  • Cynthia Smith Dodge ’85
  • Bruce Eden ’85
  • Terri Harrington ’85
  • Jeff Kapp ’85
  • Lori Kerans ’85
  • Bryan Marshall ’85
  • Daniel Moore ’85
  • Mary Delatte Rous ’85
  • Phil Rous ’85
  • Thomas Schenck ’85
  • Paula Scott ’85
  • Mark Scott ’85
  • Chris Vela ’85
  • Denise Walsh ’85
  • Leann Williamson ’85
  • Linda Denby Bowen ’87
  • Brian Hunt ’88
  • Senta Sears ’88
  • William Roth ’89

1990’s

  • Stacey Swan Begg ’90
  • Tammy Fletcher Bergland ’90
  • Bob Bergland ’90
  • Chris Bullock ’90
  • Michele Carmichael ’90
  • Lewis Cline ’90
  • Dana Hails Dry ’90
  • Troy Elbert ’90
  • Kathy Schnarr Hayden ’90
  • Vicki Blasucci Knepler ’90
  • Linda Evans Richardson ’90
  • Gigi Grabiec Ross ’90
  • Julie Schotanus ’90
  • Suzanne McConkey Smalley ’90
  • Lois Walker ’90
  • Kristen Hood Wilkins ’90
  • Larry Lagerhausen ’91
  • Sheri Timmons Reck ’91
  • Dennis Bullman ’92
  • Stacey Sparks ’92
  • Mark Peters ’93
  • Michelle Reck Reeves ’93
  • Timothy Andricks ’94
  • Dina Carlson Bullman ’94
  • Brent Johnson ’94
  • Tanya Reed Andricks ’95
  • Fiona Solkowski Becker ’95
  • Jill Anderson Branyan ’95
  • Gretchen Cawthon ’95
  • Cheryl Babcock Chandler ’95
  • Gretchen Fritz ’95
  • Cyndi Cazzell Johnson ’95
  • Cindy Miceli Johnson ’95
  • Brian Mangan ’95
  • Audrey Schnepp Moore ’95
  • Steve Moore ’95
  • Natalie Moore ’95
  • Deroan Zirkle Peters ’95
  • Lauren Gornall Saeger ’95
  • Patrick Schrappen ’95
  • Robert Schultz ’95
  • Vicki Becker Smith ’95
  • Patrick Stinson ’95
  • Ryan Thomason ’95
  • Ian Toberman ’95
  • Cynthia Turner Wagner ’95
  • Joel Zuiker ’95
  • Kim Holman Mangan ’96
  • Mark Potter ’96
  • Jason Butterick ’98
  • Christine Claytor Harshman ’98
  • Steven Luker ’98
  • Jonathan Saeger ’98
  • Amanda Johnson Butterick ’99
  • Flint Hawes ’99

2000’s

  • Alison Bilyeu ’00
  • Keith Creighton ’00
  • Marilyn Davis ’00
  • Patrick Etherton ’00
  • Anthony Giannino ’00
  • Jay Schleppenbach ’00
  • Megan Holt Swanson ’00
  • James Waller ’00
  • Meredith Wilmert ’00
  • Beth Mason Creighton ’01
  • MeLinda Potter ’01
  • Brandy Wallace Ray ’01
  • Tessi Taylor ’01
  • Corey Jefferson ’02
  • Daniel Lloyd ’02
  • Lisa Lockmiller ’02
  • Mandi Landacre Podeschi ’02
  • RJ Podeschi ’02
  • Nathan Carden ’03
  • Quentin Lewis ’04
  • Paul Lidy ’04
  • Chrissy Smedberg Patterson ’04
  • Andy Patterson ’04
  • Kristine Boomer ’05
  • Andrea Jones Breath ’05
  • Jennifer Davis ’05
  • Brianne Dilbeck ’05
  • Tamara Drew ’05
  • Jamie Everling ’05
  • Meridith Ewers ’05
  • Heather Wells Giannino ’05
  • Julia Nagy Hankley ’05
  • Rachel Heft ’05
  • Felicia Jiardina ’05
  • Lisa Landacre ’05
  • Lori Landacre Leeper ’05
  • Venessa Bettcher Lent ’05
  • Spencer Lent ’05
  • Daryl Luster ’05
  • Shannon Black Marshall ’05
  • Jessica Revak Muzzupappa ’05
  • Anita Richardson ’05
  • Stephanie Banuelos Rosario ’05
  • Karen Bunker Skolmoski ’05
  • Katie Steimann Weber ’05
  • Sara Wormley ’05
  • Jessica Rzeszutko Zolmierski ’05
  • Regan Bledsaw Lewis ’06
  • Sarah McReynolds Lidy ’06
  • Jessica Forrest Riney ’06
  • Crystal Riney ’06
  • Alida Duff Sullivan ’06
  • Hugh Sullivan ’06
  • Christine LaPorte ’07
  • Deb Lehman ’07
  • Carrie Seymour Mail ’07
  • Nathan Wallick ’07
  • Aimee Haynes ’08
  • Alayna Hirsch Taylor ’08
  • Jamie Steward Breeze ’09
  • Jaclyn Weisenborn Cantwell ’09

2010’s

  • Curt Hale ’10
  • Chase McCall ’10
  • Stephanie Hodges Peoples ’10
  • Mary McMillin-Koski ’11
  • Eric Burgett ’12
  • Kara Knazze ’12
  • Kelsey Christian ’13
  • Grace Barnett ’14
  • Drew Burge ’14
  • Jianna Fernandez ’14
  • Joe Foltz ’14
  • Kyli Humm ’14
  • Casey Lawson ’14
  • Jarred Leeper ’14
  • Cheryl McMillin ’14
  • Kayla Morgan ’14
  • Joyce-Lynn Raby ’14
  • Jamie Rockhold ’14
  • Shelbi Baker ’15
  • Mitch Caffey ’15
  • Chris DiGiacomo ’15
  • Chris DiGiacomo ’15
  • Sabrina Ferrill ’15
  • Ignacio Margarida ’15
  • Sam Reisman ’15
  • Sammy Smalley ’15
  • Megan Smith ’15
  • Angela Benford ’16
  • Kort Branscome ’16
  • Emily Crutchfield ’16
  • Pedro Fernandez ’16
  • Andrew Gust ’16
  • Amanda Lee ’16
  • Eric Shafer ’16
  • Alyssa Visvardis ’16
  • Mitch Wilfer ’16
  • Jenny Zima ’16
  • Connor Claypool ’17
  • Tim Gorski ’17
  • Michelle Holsapple ’17
  • Kyle Johnson ’17
  • Michael Sheldon ’17
  • Anthony Sims ’17
  • Andres Rivera ’18
  • Kyle Ramos ’19

Admission Office

  • 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Friday
  • 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Saturday (Special HC hours)
  • Closed Sunday

Alumni and Development Office

  • 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Monday-Thursday
  • 8 a.m.-10:30 p.m., Friday (Special HC hours)
  • Noon-2 p.m., Saturday (Special HC hours)
  • Closed Sunday

Birks Museum, Gorin Hall, 2nd floor

  • 1-4 p.m., Monday-Friday
  • 1-4 p.m., Saturday-Sunday (Special HC hours)

Blue Connection Retail Art Gallery, 117 N. Water St.

  • 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Friday (Special HC hours)
  • 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Saturday (Special HC hours)

Campus Dining

  • Wornick Dining Room, RTUC
    •  11 a.m.-1:30 p.m. (lunch), Monday-Friday
    • 1:30-4:30 p.m. (late lunch), Monday-Friday
    • 5-7:30 p.m. (dinner), Monday-Thursday
    • 5-7 p.m. (dinner) Friday
    • 11 a.m.-1 p.m. (brunch), Saturday
    • 5-6:30 p.m. (dinner), Saturday
    • 11 a.m.-1 p.m. (brunch), Sunday
    •  5-6:30 p.m. (dinner), Sunday
  • Einstein Bros. Bagels, Shilling Hall
    • 7:30 a.m.-8 p.m., Monday-Thursday
    • 7:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Friday
    • Closed Saturday and Sunday
  • The Big Blue Bistro, Lower RTUC
    • 11 a.m.-midnight, Monday-Sunday (Special HC hours for Saturday and Sunday)
  • C3 Express, ADM-Scovill Hall
    • 7:30 a.m.-10 p.m., Monday-Thursday
    • 7:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Friday
    • Closed Saturday and Sunday

DISC (Decatur Indoor Sports Center)

  • 5:30 a.m.-10 p.m., Monday-Thursday
  • 5:30 a.m.-9 p.m., Friday
  • 6 a.m.-9 p.m., Saturday
  • 7 a.m.-10 p.m. Sunday
  • *Daily admission fee will apply

Millikin Bookstore, Jack C. Dolson Hall (formerly Oakland Hall)

  • 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday-Thursday
  • 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Friday
  • 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Saturday
  • 11 a.m.-3 p.m., Sunday (Special HC hours)

Public Safety, 217.464.8888

  • Open 24 hours

Richards Treat University Center (RTUC)

  • University Information Center (UIC), 217.424.6211
    • 8 a.m.-10 p.m., Monday-Friday
    • Noon-10 p.m., Saturday-Sunday
  • Game room
    • 1 p.m.-11 p.m., Monday-Friday
    • 5 p.m.-7 p.m., Saturday-Sunday

Staley Library

  • 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Friday
  • 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday (Special HC hours)
  • 1 p.m.-midnight, Sunday