Academic News

MVC Cuts "Rope" for the DJ Rodeo Arena
Posted September 22, 2015

Marshall, Mo. (September 22, 2015)— DJ Rodeo Arena Donors Don and Julie Julien joined MVC President Bonnie Humphrey, members of the MVC Board of Trustees and administration, and Marshall Chamber of Commerce ambassadors for a “rope cutting” and Chamber of Commerce After Hours Monday, Sept... Read More

Fine Arts to Present Hit Musical Revue Forbidden Broadway's Greatest Hits
Posted September 10, 2015

The Missouri Valley College Division of Fine Arts presents the hit musical revue Forbidden Broadway’s Greatest Hits at 7:30 p.m. nightly October 7-9 in MVC’s Charles L. Bacon Conference Center inside the Malcolm Center for Student Life. The fast-paced production features singing and dancing with hilarious parodies of several Broadway favorites including Chicago, Rent, Mama Mia, Hairspray, West Side Story, CATS, Fiddler on the Roof, Annie, Les Miserables, Into the Woods, and Spamalot... Read More

MVC Flatliners To Co-Host Improv Workshop in St. Louis
Posted September 9, 2015

The Missouri Valley College Improv Troupe, The Flatliners, will co-host an Improv Jam at Ritenour High School on Saturday, September 12 in St. Louis. The Improv Jam is a chance for high school students to work with experienced college-level improvisers on improv skills and perform with new people.  The day of workshops is led by Harold Hynick, MVC associate professor of theatre, with assistance from The Flatliners... Read More

Morris Gallery Announces 2015-2016 Schedule
Posted September 8, 2015

Scholarships Available for MVC English Majors
Posted September 2, 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

College Announces Fall 2015 Enrollment
Posted September 2, 2015

Missouri Valley College’s fall 2015 enrollment is 1,420. Of the 1,420 students currently enrolled at MVC, 678 students are Missouri residents and 243 are international students. The entire student body is made up of students from 44 states and 43 countries. “Another academic year is in full swing, and the students, faculty and staff are ready for another great year,” said Dr... Read More

Murrell Library to Host Exhibit
Posted August 31, 2015

Missouri Valley College’s  Murrell Library will present Voces Americanas: Latino Literature in the United States, an exhibition produced by Humanities Texas, the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities. For more than three decades, a literary renaissance has been going on in the United States... Read More

Murrell Library and Indian Foothills Park Partner to Provide Little Free Library
Posted August 25, 2015

Missouri Valley College’s Murrell Library and Indian Foothills Park have come together to provide a Little Free Library for the Marshall community.   Murrell Library purchased the pre-made Little Free Library from the Little Free Library organization. Upon delivery, the crew at Indian Foothills built a stand for it and mounted it inside the children's play area at the park... Read More

English Department Releases Book of Campus Folklore
Posted August 18, 2015

The Missouri Valley College English program will launch Once Upon a Time at Missouri Valley College: A Year of Campus Folklore, a new, student-researched, written, and designed book, on Wednesday, September 2 from 3-4 p.m. in the Murrell Memorial Library on the MVC campus. As part of English 349: Missouri Valley College Folklore, taught by Dr... Read More

MVC Recognizes Rodeo Arena Donors
Posted August 3, 2015

Missouri Valley College President Dr. Bonnie Humphrey has announced the identity of the donors of a $750,000 donation made to the College’s rodeo program. Marshall residents Don and Julie Julien provided the primary funding for the DJ Rodeo Arena, a 61,750 sq. foot  covered facility that will allow the College’s rodeo teams to practice year-round... Read More