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– Midland University News –

He hasn’t coached a basketball game at Midland University for ten years, but Rich McGill continues to make an impact on the Warrior men’s program. McGill is being honored by the program during Saturday’s Rich McGill Alumni Day against Dordt University. Tip-off is at 3:45 p.m. at the Wikert Event Center. His 30-year run as head coach at Midland featured more than 300 wins. McGill also guided two squads (1990 and 2000) to the NAIA National Tournament. Following his retirement in 2011, McGill was inducted into the Warrior Athletic Hall of Fame. McGill has spent most of his retirement years as an...Read more

– With Purpose Campaign –

Ambition has always been at the heart of Midland University’s “With Purpose” campaign. The project, which began in 2016 shortly after the arrival of Midland University President Jody Horner, initially aimed to raise $30 million to help establish a foundation for the university over the coming years. The campaign is geared toward utilizing donations to go toward a wide variety of programs and funds at the university, namely general sustainability and scholarship support, future sustainability support and capital improvement.Read more

"I wouldn’t be able to come to Midland without a scholarship. It really means a lot that I get to continue doing what I love and I’ve made so many friends here. And it’s just been unforgettable."

Courtney ‘22, Arts Management Major

— Upcoming Events —

Dec
05
This annual concert features the MidlandU Choir, Band, Dance Program, Theatre, Jazz Band, and A Cappella groups! Enjoy holiday songs new and old...
Dec
14
To thank the Fremont community for its commitment and partnership, Midland University will be hosting a Holiday Coffee. Register today! Tuesday,...
Jan
19
Register today for the Midland University Dance Alumni Reunion! The evening will begin with a tailgate hosted in the Wikert Event Center side suites...

Recent Class Notes

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In 2021, Gerald Otte-Blair Middle School was awarded the U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon Schools Award. The award was presented to Sustainability teacher Scott Flynn in Washington D.C. by Deputy Education Secretary Cindy Marten In August 2019, OBMS began composting all cafeteria food...
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Bill Nelsen and Darrell Jodock, professor at Gustavus Adolophus College, have been working over the past two years on a book concerning the growing diversity in America and how communities and congregations can come together in love of neighbor and embrace diversity and not fear it. The book,...
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Christopher M. McMahon has accepted a position as Deputy Prosecutor for Douglas County, in the juvenile division. He previously worked at TD Ameritrade for 23 years providing oversight of information security for the Institutional Retirement division. He received his Bachelor of Science Degree from...