About Millsaps

Transformation delivered

Our graduates are known for their ability to think critically, communicate effectively and lead impactfully.

At Millsaps, you will not only be challenged to solve problems but also equipped to ask which problems to solve. Strong problem-solving combined with hands-on learning prepares you to move into leadership roles faster.

In fact, 10 years after college, Millsaps grads have the highest average salary from any four-year college or university in Mississippi.

Our students are informed, creative thinkers, career-ready, civic-minded and dedicated to a life of learning, service and meaning.

Get to Know Us

Founded in 1890, Millsaps is a national liberal arts college and is nationally recognized as a one of 44 Colleges that Changes Lives.

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Why Millsaps?

Learn more about our commitment to academic excellence, critical thinking and producing graduates who are ready to take on the world.

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College Leadership

Meet the people who manage Millsaps’ academic and administrative departments.

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Areas of Study

A Millsaps College education is designed to encourage critical thinking, reasoned and clear expression, and creative problem solving. Whatever your passion, we pursue these ideals across all disciplines.

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Admission & Aid

Start here to build the future you’ve always dreamed about. We are committed to helping make your dreams a reality. Find out how we’re make a Millsaps education accessible and affordable.

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Give

Whether you have a heart for student scholarships, an interest in supporting academic excellence or a passion for our student athletes, your gift can make a MAJOR impact in the life of Millsaps College.

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Events Calendar

Keep up with all the exciting things happening at Millsaps. From athletics and student activities to events for the whole community, we have something for everyone.

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News

Featured news from Millsaps’ campus and beyond.

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Upcoming Events

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Latest News

Q&A with Victoria Gorham

Q&A with Victoria Gorham

Millsaps was a transformative institution for me. I always knew I wanted to teach at a liberal arts college like it when I finished graduate school.

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