Academic News

New Student Orientation Set for August 19-21
Posted August 17, 2016

Students will move back on the Missouri Valley College campus this Friday and Saturday, August 19-20 with the fall 2016 semester classes beginning on August 22. New students arriving on campus this week will engage in a number of events and activities at MVC including ice breaker activities, social events, learning Missouri Valley College history and more... Read More

Bartholomew to Serve as Vice President of Academic Affairs
Posted July 20, 2016

Missouri Valley College has appointed Dr. Diane Bartholomew as vice president of academic affairs, effective July 2016. Dr. Bartholomew has been serving as the assistant vice president of academic affairs at MVC since July 2015.   As the chief academic officer, Dr. Bartholomew will provide guidance for the academic programs, support and oversight to the faculty and serve as part of the institutional leadership team... Read More

2016 Presidential Scholars Announced
Posted June 21, 2016

Dr. Bonnie Humphrey, president of Missouri Valley College, has announced the 2016 Presidential Scholars. The requirements for this honor are a 3.9 or higher grade point average for both the fall and spring semesters. Students receiving this honor include:   Read More

2016 Spring Dean's List Announced
Posted June 21, 2016

Dr. Parris Watts, vice president of academic affairs for Missouri Valley College, has announced the Spring 2016 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

Promotion in Executive Leadership Announced
Posted May 17, 2016

At its May meeting, the Missouri Valley College Board of Trustees approved the promotion of Greg Silvey to vice president of business and finance. Silvey is responsible for monitoring and guiding the College’s endowment investments.  Part of his job duties are to guide the College in a conservative financial manner and to watch for forthcoming threats to the institution’s financial well-being... Read More

2016 Gruber Prizes Awarded at MVC
Posted May 3, 2016

Missouri Valley College has announced  that seniors Christina Bautista and Diego Dos Santos are the recipients of the College’s 2016 Gruber Prizes. 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

MVC to Confer 232 Degrees at Commencement May 7
Posted May 2, 2016

Missouri Valley College will confer 232 degrees to students at its commencement ceremonies at 2 p.m. on May 7 at Gregg-Mitchell Field on the MVC campus. The 2016 graduating class is the 127th class to graduate from MVC. The class consists of 229 undergraduate students and three students graduating from the College’s graduate program in community counseling... Read More

MVC Honors Program Senior Receives Endowed Honors Award
Posted April 29, 2016

  The Missouri Valley College Honors Programhosted its first senior research symposium on April 27. Senior Sonia Addo was presented with the first Loren C. Gruber Endowed Honors Award. The scholarship is given to a student in good standing for writing an MVC Honors Program thesis with superior clarity of expression, evidentiary support, originality of thought, and insight as judged by members of the Honors Program Committee... Read More

English Honor Society to Release The Purple Patch
Posted April 28, 2016

The Missouri Valley College Nu Epsilon chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, the international English honor society, will release The Purple Patch on Monday, May 2. A release party featuring readings by authors, artwork, and refreshments will take place that afternoon at 4:15 p.m. in the Murrell Library Coffee by the Book Room on the MVC campus... Read More

Mass Communication Students Bring Home Awards
Posted April 25, 2016

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 in the state of Missouri. Each year students enter audio and video projects that are judged by professionals in the industry... Read More