Academic News

2017 Spring Dean's List Announced
Posted June 22, 2017

Dr. Diane Bartholomew, vice president of academic affairs for Missouri Valley College, has announced the spring 2017 Dean’s List. The requirements for the Dean’s List are a 3.3 or higher grade point average; at least 12 graded hours for the semester and no “D,” “F,” or “Incomplete” grades for the semester... Read More

2017-2018 MVC Guardian Fund Scholarship
Posted June 7, 2017

The first recipients of the Guardian Fund Scholarship at Missouri Valley College have been selected for the 2017-2018 academic year. In total, $11,150 in scholarships were awarded to 17 students. The Guardian Fund, an endowed scholarship program, exists to help bridge the gap in the amount for which a student is responsible, and will allow them to more affordably have the opportunity to obtain a baccalaureate degree... Read More

2017 Gruber Honors Award Recipient
Posted May 12, 2017

Missouri Valley College Senior Tea G. Mortensen has won the Loren C. Gruber Honors Award for her honors thesis, The Unknown/Rejsen. Mortensen’s project brought together choreography, performance and scholarly research to produce two pieces. The Unknown is an 11 minute piece based in Mortensen’s historical and cultural research about zombies, while Rejsen is a shorter, more personal piece... Read More

MVC Art Student to Host Senior Art Show
Posted May 2, 2017

MVC Senior Cassandra Hemeyer of the graphic design arts department will host a solo art exhibition entitled “Mad Props.” The show will be on display from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., May 1- May 5  in the Vern Nester Gallery located in Baity Hall on the MVC campus. "When I step back and look at my artwork, the feeling that I get is familiarity; I tend to photograph things that are familiar to me and this is something I have learned about myself and have started exploring more deeply,” Hemeyer said... Read More

MVC Student Research Symposium
Posted May 2, 2017

More than 60 students representing nearly two dozen majors presented their work at the spring 2017 Missouri Valley College Student Research Symposium. The two hour poster session included 28 student participants while 35 students gave presentations or performances of their work. Senior Belen LaFuente Horcajo won the Excellence in Student Research Award for Best Poster for her project “Attachment Style Compatibility and Relationship Success,” senior Tea Mortensen won the Excellence in Student Research Award for Best Performance for her piece “The Unknown” and sophomore Madelyn Deigan won the Excellence in Student Research Award for Best Presentation for her project “Lessons of Epic Texts & their Application in Tang Soo Do Training... Read More

2017 Gruber Prize Recipients Awarded
Posted May 1, 2017

Missouri Valley College seniors Gustavo Maccori Kozma and Belén Lorena Lafuente were recipients of the 2017 Gruber Prize. Named in honor of the late professor Loren C. Gruber, the Gruber Prize is awarded annually by Valley’s Writing Across the Curriculum program to recognize outstanding academic or artistic achievement by junior and senior level students... Read More

49th Valley Women's Hall of Famer to be Inducted
Posted April 28, 2017

Missouri Valley College’s Valley Women organization will honor three individuals at its annual tea at 3 p.m. on Monday, May 1 in the Malcolm Center Bacon Room. The 49th inductee into the Valley Women’s Hall of Fame, the 2017 Outstanding Senior Woman and the Valley Women Scholarship recipient will be recognized... Read More

MVC to Confer 238 Degrees at Commencement
Posted April 27, 2017

Missouri Valley College will confer 238 degrees to students at its commencement ceremony at 2 p.m. on May 6 at Gregg-Mitchell Field on the MVC campus. The 2017 graduating class is the 128th class to graduate from MVC. The class consists of 227 undergraduate students and 11 students graduating from the College’s graduate program in community counseling... Read More

Missouri Broadcast Educators Association Students Win Awards
Posted April 26, 2017

Missouri Valley College students recently received awards from the Missouri Broadcast Educators Association (MBEA). This organization is made up of mass communication departments from 14 colleges and universities across the state of Missouri. Each year, students enter audio and video projects that are judged by professionals in the industry... Read More

MVC S-MSTA Celebrates 40th Anniversary
Posted April 19, 2017

The Missouri Valley College Student Missouri State Teachers Association (S-MSTA) is celebrating 40 years on the MVC campus. The original charter was granted on April 27, 1977, and was signed by Don Meyer (state consultant) and J.A. Kinder (MSTA executive secretary). MSTA is the largest teaching association in Missouri, serving more than 46,000 educators... Read More