Academic News

New Food Provider Starts Service at Missouri Valley College
Posted July 23, 2015

Missouri Valley College will see a number of changes to its dining hall and student dining options this year with the arrival of the College’s new food service management company, Fresh Ideas. Fresh Ideas is a food service management company whose market concentration focuses on academic institutions... Read More

MVC Announces New Assistant Vice President of Academic Affairs
Posted July 20, 2015

Missouri Valley College has appointed Dr. Diane Bartholomew as the assistant vice president of academic affairs, effective July 2015. Dr. Bartholomew has been serving as     a consultant for institutional effectiveness and planning and online education at MVC since February 2015.   In her role as assistant vice president of academic affairs, Dr... Read More

Sarah Snodgrass NATA Foundation Scholarship Recipient
Posted July 2, 2015

Students go Big at MVC Performing Arts Camp
Posted June 30, 2015

Original article from Marshall Democrat-News   As part of an acting exercise Friday, June 19, more than a dozen teens and pre-teens collected as a unit on the stage at Eckilson-Mabee Theatre, at Missouri Valley College, transforming themselves from individuals into a gigantic machine. Standing in one place, some bopped up and down, and others swung their limbs while creating constant sounds... Read More

MVC Recognized as Marshall Chamber Business of the Year
Posted June 23, 2015

Missouri Valley College was recognized as the 2015 Marshall Chamber of Commerce Business of the Year at the Chamber’s 94th annual awards banquet held June 18, at the Martin Community Center.   The Marshall Chamber of Commerce recognizes one business every year that has made a positive impact on the Marshall Community... Read More

MVC Student Gains Hands-on Experience in Summer Course
Posted June 15, 2015

MVC professors Dr. Peter Warnock and Dr. Sarah MacDonald and MVC Senior Gabe Swope are spending part of their summer examining wood samples from the world-famous site of Petra. Most of this wood derives from coffins inside the first century AD tombs located on the cities north ridge.    This wood identification and analysis is part of The Petra North Ridge Project and is aimed at understanding the lives of the ordinary citizens of the ancient city... Read More

MVC Announces Promotions in Executive Leadership
Posted June 3, 2015

At its May meeting, the Missouri Valley College Board of Trustees approved the promotions of Heath Morgan to vice president of student affairs and Tim Schulte to assistant vice president of operations. In his role as vice president of student affairs, Morgan is responsible for creating and maintaining a safe, healthy, and supportive campus culture; managing a number of campus departments including student activities, Greek Life, residential life, campus safety, the Student Health Center, Student Counseling Center, and the Malcolm Center for Student Life’s Fitness Center... Read More

MVC Board of Trustees Adds New Members
Posted May 28, 2015

Missouri Valley College Board of Trustees Chairman Charles L. Bacon, Jr.  has announced the addition of three members to the College’s board of trustees. The new MVC trustees are George Brown ‘73, Marci B. Dowdy ‘75 and George F. Robinson ‘71. George Brown has been a successful business man in Marshall for several years... Read More

MVC Releases Spring Graduate Dean's List
Posted May 27, 2015

Dr. Parris Watts, vice president of academic affairs for Missouri Valley College, has announced the spring 2015 Graduate Studies Dean’s List. Students on the Dean’s List are all enrolled in the College’s only graduate program, a Master of Arts in community counseling. The requirements for the Dean’s List are a 3... Read More

MVC Releases Spring 2015 Dean's List
Posted May 27, 2015

Dr. Parris Watts, vice president of academic affairs for Missouri Valley College, has announced the spring 2015 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