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March 1st

MVC Vice President of Academic Affairs to Receive Award
MVC Vice President of Academic Affairs, Dr. Diane Bartholomew, will be awarded the 2018 Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award by the Mid America Athletic Trainers’ Association (MAATA). This award is in recognition of the exceptional commitment to leadership, volunteer service, advocacy and distinguished professional activities as an athletic trainer at the district and state levels...  More


February 28th

Division of Fine Arts to Present An Evening of Beckett
The Missouri Valley College Division of Fine Arts will present An Evening of Beckett March 21-24 at 7:30 p.m. nightly in the Eckilson-Mabee Theatre on the MVC campus. This production will consist of four of Samuel Beckett’s most challenging and thought provoking short plays, Not I, Rockaby, Ohio Impromtu, and Act Without Words II...  More


February 23rd

College to Host Fine Arts and Performing Arts Camp
Missouri Valley College’s Division of Fine Arts will host the Summer Fine Arts and Performing Arts Camp June 11-15 on the MVC campus. The full-day camp, open to individuals who have completed third through twelfth grades, will run from 9 a...  More


February 16th

MVC Nonprofit Management Students Attend the Alliance Management Institute
Twelve Missouri Valley College Nonprofit Management students attended the 2018 Alliance Management Institute in Kansas City, Missouri. The Alliance Management Institute is the only national conference designed to prepare 500+ college students for a career in the social sector...  More


February 15th

MVC Nonprofit Leadership Alliance Awarded Four Star Campus Program Status
The Nonprofit Leadership Alliance chapter at Missouri Valley College was awarded Four Star Campus Program Status for 2017 by the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance.  Missouri Valley College and Arizona State University were the only two colleges to receive this prestigious recognition...  More


January 29th

College Establishes H. Roe Bartle Center for Community Engagement
Missouri Valley College President Bonnie Humphrey has announced the establishment of the H. Roe Bartle Center for Community Engagement in honor of H. Roe Bartle and in recognition of the 70th anniversary of Bartle founding American Humanics (now called Nonprofit Leadership Alliance) on the MVC campus...  More


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