Missouri Valley College News

Missouri Valley College Campus All Clear After Safety Alert Issued
Posted November 18, 2015

On November 18, 2015 the Department of Public Safety and Division of Student Affairs received notice of a threat posted to the social media application “Yik Yak.” As of 3:30 p.m. today (11/18/2015), the suspect has been identified and is in the custody of the Marshall Police Department. At this time, all alerts are cancelled... Read More

Scholarships Available for MVC English Majors
Posted November 17, 2015

The Missouri Valley College Division of Communications, Humanities, and Human Services has two four-year scholarships available for incoming English majors for the 2016-17 academic year. The Virginia Zank Scholarship is a $10,000 scholarship for students interested in pursuing an English degree with a writing studies concentration... Read More

Missouri Valley College Announces Tuition Freeze for the 2016-2017 Academic Year
Posted November 17, 2015

In an effort to contain the ever-rising cost of higher education, the Missouri Valley College Board of Trustees announced that the College will freeze tuition, room, board and fees for the 2016-17 academic year. Students returning to Missouri Valley College in fall 2016 will pay the same as they did for the 2015-16 academic year... Read More

Tipton Wins Wrestler of the Week Award
Posted November 16, 2015

Marshall, Mo. (November 16, 2015)- One member of the No. 4 Missouri Valley College men’s wrestling team has earned a weekly honor from the Heart of America Athletic Conference for his performance over the weekend.   Freshman Dalton Tipton (Smithville, Mo.) received the Heart Wrestler of the Week award for his performance at the Kaufman/Brand Open at Maryville (Mo... Read More

Viking Athletic Update
Posted November 16, 2015

Viking Men's Soccer to Host Mount Mercy Saturday in National Tournament First Round
Posted November 16, 2015

Bracket-Click Here   Marshall, Mo. (November 16, 2015)- The No. 3 Missouri Valley College men’s soccer team will host Mount Mercy (Iowa) University in the opening round of the 2015 NAIA Men’s Soccer National Championship Saturday afternoon at Gregg-Mitchell Field.   The Viking men’s soccer team is making the program’s sixth-straight appearance in the National tournament, and will host a first round match for the fifth-straight season... Read More

Missouri Sigma Chapter of Alpha Chi at Missouri Valley College Awarded Star Chapter Status and Inducts New Members
Posted November 16, 2015

In only its second year of existence, the Missouri Sigma chapter of Alpha Chi at Missouri Valley College has been awarded Star Chapter status for its scholarly activities and member recruitment during the 2014-2015 academic year. The Missouri Sigma chapter is one of only 48 chapters to achieve this status, placing it among the top 15% of Alpha Chi chapters nationally... Read More

Viking Men's Soccer Moves to No. 3 in Coaches' Poll
Posted November 15, 2015

Men's Ranking-Click Here Women's Ranking-Click Here Marshall, Mo. (November 15, 2015)- The Missouri Valley College men’s soccer team moved up two spots to obtain the program’s highest-ever ranking in the NAIA Men’s Soccer Coaches’ Top 25 Poll.  The Vikings will enter the National tournament ranked No... Read More

Viking Men's Wrestling Competes at Kaufman/Brand Open
Posted November 14, 2015

Results-Click Here   Marshall, Mo. (November 14, 2015)- The No. 4 Missouri Valley College men’s wrestling continued its season at the Kaufman/Brand Open at Maryville (Mo.) University in St. Louis, Mo.  The Vikings competed in two divisions at the event, going up against wrestlers from the NAIA, NCAA Division I and NCAA Division II... Read More

Viking Women's Wrestling Hosts Nation's Largest College Women's Wrestling Open
Posted November 14, 2015

Results-Click Here Marshall, Mo. (November 14, 2015)- The No. 13 Missouri Valley College women’s wrestling team hosted the Missouri Valley College Open at the Burns Athletic Complex, Saturday in the Nation’s largest collegiate women’s wrestling event.  Thirty-five schools and wrestling clubs, featuring 252 women’s wrestlers competed... Read More