Homecoming & Family Weekend 2018 - Sept. 28-30

 

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After touring numerous schools, Joey Evans knew that Midland University was home. A graduate of Millard West High School in Omaha, NE, Joey was seeking a college where he could major in Business Marketing, where classroom sizes were small overall, and where he could really get to know his peers and establish close relationships with faculty members. He desired to be involved on campus, to continue playing a sport he loved – basketball, and to learn from a great basketball coach, as well. Midland met all of his requirements. In the fall of 2014, Joey began his college career as a student-...Read more
Midland University proudly announced the new opening of a one million dollar simulation lab that brings an aspect of its medical education to life through real-world, simulated learning within state-of-the-art patient rooms to expand hands-on clinical experiences. The high-tech skills lab was constructed inside of Fremont Health Center and designed for hundreds of students and health care providers to practice medical procedures in a safe, collaborative environment with the use of five hi-fidelity Gaumard Manikins. Established in partnership with Fremont Health, the simulation lab was...Read more

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— Upcoming Events —

Aug
23
Be a part of a fun and energetic event welcoming Midland University students back to campus for the new academic year! Promote your products and...
Sep
28
Join us to celebrate as the Class of 1968 officially joins the 50-year club. Past "Golden Warriors" are also invited!

Recent Class Notes

Brad led the Bondurant Farrar high School baseball team to its second straight state baseball tournament first time in school history. He also earned his 300th career victory at Bondurant and his 383rd win overall.
Don and Pam were married in Las Vegas on July 4, 2018.
Kenneth (Johnson) Dale, class of 1945, lives, with his wife Eloise in a retirement community in Claremont, CA. Kenneth was honored to have a new institute at the Lutheran College and Seminary in Tokyo, Japan, named "The Dale Pastoral Center" in appreciation for the work he had done for that...

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