Academic News

MVC Senior Kelly Cordray Presents Senior Art Show
Posted April 26, 2015

MVC Senior Kelly Corday, of the College’s visual arts department, will host a solo art exhibition entitled “Retrospect.” The show will be on display from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., May 4- May 8 in Baity Hall’s Vern Nestor Gallery. “Retrospect” is a group of still life oil paintings depicting objects that people keep with them throughout their lives... Read More

Missouri Valley Honors Program to Present Research at Mini-Conference
Posted April 24, 2015

Students in Missouri Valley College’s Honors Program will present their research at a mini-conference from 8-10 a.m., Tuesday May, 5 in the Tech Center, classroom 215. “Some of MVC's brightest and most ambitious students will be sharing their work in this formal context in order to get first-hand experience sharing their research in an academic conference,” said Dr... Read More

CIC Report Demonstrates Effectiveness of Private Colleges in Educating First-Generation, Low-Income Students
Posted April 22, 2015

April 22, 2015 · Washington, DC The Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) today released a report, Expanding Access and Opportunity: How Small and Mid-Sized Independent Colleges Serve First-Generation and Low-Income Students, which documents the superior record of these institutions in providing effective college learning environments and ensuring positive educational outcomes for students from first-generation and low-income backgrounds... Read More

MVC Fine Arts Division Presents Original Production
Posted April 21, 2015

“Dr. Finklestein’s Fabulous Fable Factory” set for April 30- May 2. The Missouri Valley College Fine Arts Division will present an original production, “Dr. Finklestein’s Fabulous Fable Factory,” at 7:30 p.m. nightly from April 30 to May 2 in the Morris Experimental Theatre on the MVC campus... Read More

Murrell Library Sponsors Little Free Library
Posted April 20, 2015

Missouri Valley College’s Murrell Library and Boy Scout Troop 42 have partnered to build a Little Free Library for the Marshall Community. “Josiah Love, a local Eagle Scout and son of MVC Library Circulation Services Clerk Bathsheba Love, was looking for a project this year and we suggested the possibility of constructing a “Little Free Library,” said Pam Reeder, library director... Read More

Viking Baseball Teams Nail Down HAAC East Title
Posted April 20, 2015

By winning all four games over the weekend at Culver-Stockton, the Missouri Valley College baseball team locked up first place in the Heart of America Conference East Division. The Vikings posted a stellar 14-2 record against divisional rivals, winning all four four-game sets -- two with sweeps. Valley got a hard-nosed performance from junior right-hander Kevin Key to open the series Friday with a 4-3 decision... Read More

MVC Art Student David Dewey to Host Senior Art Show
Posted April 17, 2015

MVC Senior David Dewey, of the College’s visual arts department, will host a solo art exhibition entitled “Evolving Wilds.” The show will be on display from April 27- May 1 in Missouri Valley’s Vern Nestor Gallery. The Vern Nestor Gallery is located on the third floor of Baity Hall and is open from 8 a... Read More

MVC Celebrates Spring Fest
Posted April 17, 2015

Spring Fest events will take place Monday, April 27- Saturday, May 2. Activities include the MVC Spring Football Game, slow pitch softball tournament, Blood Drive and a barbecue in the Viking Tailgate zone. Spring Fest is organized by the Office to Student Affairs.  Read More

MVC Fine Arts Division Presents Spring Choral Show
Posted April 16, 2015

The Missouri Valley College Division of Fine Arts will present the annual Spring Choral Show, “What’s in a Song?”  at 7:30 p.m. nightly from April 22- 24 in the Eckilson-Mabee Theatre.  The Show features the Valley Connection Show Choir,  MVC Concert Choir and Valley Voices... Read More

Fill-the-Truck Drive Benefits Marshall Animal Shelter
Posted April 15, 2015

Missouri Valley College students hosted a Fill-the-Truck Drive on Saturday, April 11, at the Marshall Wal-Mart benefiting the local animal shelter. The truck was packed to the brim with items the shelter desperately needed. In total, the students received over 400 pounds of animal food, 91 pounds of cat litter, bottles of bleach, dog beds, animal treats and countless other items... Read More