For over 150 years, Mills College has been a leading liberal arts institution in the West. Mills is traditionally a women’s college, and while undergraduate admissions are still restricted to women, the school’s graduate studies are open to men as well.
At Mills, you can choose from more than 40 undergraduate concentrations. The school’s academic offerings are quite diverse, with especially renowned programs in performing and visual arts as well as in ethnic studies and natural sciences.
The graduate school has more than a dozen degree programs in traditional subjects like Mathematics and Public Policy, as well as unusual ones like Infant Mental Health and Book Art.
Mills College is committed to sustainability. Its eco-friendly campus includes state-of-the-art architecture, landscape maintenance, lake restoration and recycling. Combining these efforts with a general attitude of environmental justice, Mills hopes to reach a sustainable future.
Diversity and social justice are also key components of student life at Mills. The school promotes diversity on campus through school-sponsored events, student diversity programs, and a comprehensive nondiscrimination policy. Regardless of your race, creed, sexual orientation, marital status, age or disabilities, you can be certain to find acceptance at Mills College.
Quick Facts about Mills College
Large City Setting
Small (Under 2,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
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- Freshman Class
- Total Students (Undergrads & Graduate Students)
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Gender of Students
- African American
- American Indian or Alaska native
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