Prospective Students
Baylor Hicks, Writing Consultant, discusses a paper with a student.

If you have never been to our beautiful campus, we hope you'll come visit us! Click here to schedule a visit, get in touch with an admissions counselor, view information about academic programs, athletics, student activities, and more!

Current Students
Current Full-Tuition Music Scholarship Students

This page features resources that current MU students will find valuable.  Here you will find links to the myMU Portal, the Academic Catalogue, Student Handbook, the Center for Student Success, ways to get involved on campus, and much more!

Adult Learners
The first graduating class of the Master of Education program

MU has a number of options for working adults looking to get an advanced degree, from undergraduate programs offered through MU at Night & Extended Learning to our six graduate programs.

Military Students
Military students pose near the Challenge Course

G.I. Jobs has named Methodist University a Military Friendly School for eight straight years, and we are proud to offer educational services for active duty military, guardsmen, reservists, veterans,  spouses, and dependents.

Faculty & Staff
Dr. Peter Murray presents his research during the Faculty Research component of the annual CURC Symposium

Faculty and staff are some of the "signature people" who make up MU. Click "Learn More" to access a searchable faculty and staff directory, browse open faculty and staff positions, and find links to numerous administrative offices.

Parents and their Student at New Student Orientation

Methodist University holds Parents Weekend annually in conjunction with Homecoming.  Click "Learn More" to learn about Parent Programs and other resources for parents.

Campus Visitors
Dr. Lary Wells conducts the Fayetteville Symphonic Band, one of many cultural events routinely held on the Methodist University Campus

Methodist University welcomes hundreds of visitors each year to campus.  Huff Concert Hall hosts many community concerts throughout the year, and numerous organizations regularly hold public events on campus. 


The Journey

The Methodist University journey is about embracing experiences outside of the classroom, thus fulfilling the university’s mission to engage, enrich, and empower its students and community. The four components of the MU journey are Leadership Development, Community Engagement, Global Education, and Research and Creativity. These pathways are designed to prepare students for productive careers and successful lives. By exploring the pathways developed at MU, students gain the knowledge and skills to achieve positive change in society. They improve their local community in ways that extend beyond basic volunteerism, and they grow in confidence, maturity, and self-awareness. They benefit from relationships with MU professors, who work as their mentors for both research and for life decisions. They study in a variety of countries across the globe, improve their communication skills, and network through impressive internships.

Methodist University is a place like no other. With over 2,400 students from 42 states and 55 countries, we develop global perspectives. We are engaged through campus activities, service projects, and athletics; enriched through the 80 majors and concentrations that span our rigorous curriculum; and empowered every step of the way for a future of excellence.


"12 Women Twelve Voices" Art Exhibition Opening Reception

12 Women Twelve Voices

This art exhibition features the work of regional artists:

  • Valerie Beck, glass
  • Katie Bernstein...

Foreign Film Series presents “Mar Adentro (The Sea Inside)”

The factual story of Spaniard Ramon Sampedro, who fought a thirty-year campaign in favor of euthanasia and his own right to die.