About Student Affairs

About Student Affairs

Vision Statement

We strive to be nationally recognized for our commitment to student success by utilizing our student-centered approach and providing dynamic opportunities through outstanding services, resources, and facilities.

Mission Statement

The Division of Student Affairs seeks to enrich the educational experience by promoting an inspiring environment where students can explore and discover their sense of purpose. We challenge students to grow personally and professionally as they engage within the learning community and strive to reach their fullest potential as productive citizens and good stewards of society.

Shared Values

  • P - Purpose
    Our purpose is to help students discover and explore their purpose.
  • R - Respect
    Practicing respect within our community.
  • I - Integrity
    In all we do and all we are!
  • D - Dedication
    Dedicated to each other and to the success of our students.
  • E - Excellence
    We embody the spirit of excellence!

Why get involved?

College provides a wealth of opportunities for students to get involved. Studies have shown that students who get involved in at least one co-curricular activity tend to perform better academically and be more satisfied with their college experience. Student activities, clubs, organizations, and athletics afford students the chances to learn more about themselves, establish friendships, and develop leadership and other interpersonal skills. Methodist University strongly encourages students to get involved in campus life outside the classroom. Experience all that Methodist University has to offer!

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