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Whatever your interest, there is most likely an area
of the University that can benefit from an endowment. Endowment funds
can also serve as a lasting legacy to honor or to memorialize someone
special. Funds may be in the name of the donor, their family, or other
designation. Methodist University has numerous opportunities to create
a lasting endowment. The amounts below reflect the minimum commitment
needed to fully fund the various endowments.
Here are just a few examples:
- The G. Gordon Dixon '66 Endowed Education Scholarship assists
students pursuing a degree in education .
- The Claudia H. Dudley '67 Endowed Scholarship gives priority
to non-traditional female students.
- The Walter M. and Loretta S. Swing Accounting Scholarship
assists students pursuing a degree in Accounting.
- The Col. (Ret.) David R. Nimocks Professorship of Business
is awarded to a faculty member in the Reeves School of Business as an
expression of appreciation of the role that Methodist plays in the education
- The Wesley Heritage Celebration Fund was established to provide
a perpetual fund to celebrate the heritage and continuing promise of
the John and Charles Wesley tradition in the context of a vibrant college
campus. This fund may be used for lectures, dramas, library resources,
course offerings, workshops, and visiting Wesley scholars among others.
For a full list of Endowed
and Annual Scholarships click here.
If you are interested in establishing a scholarship
at Methodist University, please contact
in the Development Office at (910) 630-7609.
There is no cause more noble than that of providing someone the means
to attain an education. Endowed scholarships allow a donor to set aside
funds that are permanently designated for tuition relief for qualified
and deserving students. Donors may structure the criteria that are used
to award the scholarship according to their personal preferences or the
type of student they desire to assist, including financial need and academic